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Bojangle

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  1. Man, playing this is just a great time. I'm one of those who skipped it entirely after being incredibly disappointed with Twilight Princess back at launch but decided to take a punt based on all the QoL changes. I'm really glad I did because I'm enjoying it so much, it's just great to be playing that tightly designed Zelda gameplay loop again. Just got done with the Sandship dungeon and it was incredible. Such a great dungeon and boss fight. I'm enjoying this so much that I'm really hoping the TP HD getting ported to Switch rumours are true so I can give that another fair chance.
  2. Up to the second dungeon now in this, and despite my reservations, I’m having a lovely time with it. I never realised how much I’d missed experiencing a “classic” Zelda dungeon. Really hope they can fill BotW2 with some proper dungeons.
  3. Just finished it on Switch. Kinda speechless, that was incredible. Holy shit.
  4. After all the insider rumours and talk this seems very disappointing tbh. Unless...there IS a Switch Pro but that's coming later?!?
  5. It also sucks because the immediate reaction is almost always “lazy/greedy devs” rather than “For fuck sake Sony”. Not in reference to anyone here but just looking at replies to their recent tweets about it there is so many people saying they’re not interested in their future games now etc because the free game they got with PS+ Doesn’t also get a free next gen upgrade.
  6. It’s a bit of both. Sony backend is archaic and a nightmare to deal with, meaning actually making this stuff work as effortlessly as it does on Xbox costs time and money for the dev and there is so many edge cases of stuff like “these title IDs can upgrade but if you have this specific title ID from a specific release then it doesn’t count” etc. Sony is by far my least favourite platform holder to deal with when it comes to this stuff.
  7. They could sell it at 70 tbh and I’d still be in day one. 50 for two of the greatest handheld games ever made packaged together and remade for current hardware is a bargain. The value of games really has cratered in many people’s minds over the years it seems.
  8. Yeah my 10 or so hours with the game was flawless too. Skip Puzzle is an option if you’re truly stuck and want to continue having a bad time with the game so you can make more posts about how shit and badly designed it is.
  9. Play the game how you want obviously but I feel like complaining about Ratchet and Clank not offering a Returnal level challenge is completely missing the point of the game? Like it’s a family friendly casual game and it hardly tries to hide it. I could understand if you’d bought Elden Ring for example and that challenge was completely gone, but yeah. Kids game m8. Disclaimer - I blasted through the game on the easiest setting and loved every moment of it. Who has time to bang their head against a weird difficulty spike in an optional arena match? Just drop the difficulty and have it done with. More time for another game.
  10. A strong reminder that saying “Nintendo have no games for the rest of the year what ARE they doing?!” is very silly because they, generally, don’t announce too far out. Plenty there for the rest of the year.
  11. Incredible. One of those series I just never expected them to return to. Yes it’s “just” a remake but who knows what could happen if it sells well?
  12. Absolutely day one for this. Can’t wait! Everyone who has ever complained about there not being more 2D Metroids better buy the fuck out of this to show there is a demand for them.
  13. I’ll never understand why people watch these things with the sole intent to just dunk on every aspect of it. Games not even been announced for more than an hour and it’s already just pure negativity. Exhausting.
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