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    Nintendo Switch

    Also, I'm well aware my advice merits the following images:
  2. Twinbee

    Nintendo Switch

    <Passing on the arcane ways of yore> You need to get a little nozzle you can blow through, e.g. a nozzle for an air pump to blow up footballs. There's a rubber 'skirt' at the base of the joystick. It's hard to see, as it clings to the ball part of the stick. Poke the nozzle under that and blow, to clear any dust that's got under and is affecting drift.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Thanks @womble9 and @Curtis - plumped for a 128gb one, so I haven't got to worry for a good while (hopefully).
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    Nintendo Switch

    I know people ask periodically, but could someone point me to a reasonably priced memory card, please? Not a mahoosive one, but something I can fit Warframe, Katamari and Banner Saga on, and space for the odd purchase in the future. Also, can I ask - does the Switch come with an existing (small) memory card that's storing my initial downloads, or is that just using built-in memory, and a memory card is an expansion? Thanks, gang.
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    T H A N K Y O U ! ! ! Ordered immediately, decided it's not worth the gamble waiting for them to restock third party suppliers for the sake of 15 quid. Boxing Day, getting sozzled on port and assembling a cathedral shall be fun :-D
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    Starlink: Battle for Atlas (No Man’s Starfox)

    That's brill, Duke. Thanks a lot! Will defo get it. Also scratches my itch regarding wanting to play No Mans Sky (I only have a switch). cheers!
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Yes. I still have Heroquest from my youth, and that's gone down very well over the last few years. I bought him an indie game (Mice & Mystics) for last Xmas, which we've only just been properly getting into recently – good fun, nice narrative, although a bit long in the tooth rules-wise, necessitating us tweaking a bit. But then he saw a 40K poster in a shop window and went OOOOOOH. New 40K rules seem simpler, but then not long after, Kill Team came out, and looks perfect (self-contained game on a board, and relatively short games). So I've convinced him he wants that for his birthday, not full-blown 40K, as we wouldn't have the space or time to get the most out of that. Just need it to come back in stock now!
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    It does strike me that they'd be missing a colossal trick if they didn't have any stock for Xmas, especially for the lucrative 'old people now re-interested now they have kids and a need for short snappy games' market.
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Should I be worried that neither Wayland, Element, nor Games Workshop themselves, appear to have the Kill Team starter set in stock? Anyone have other places I should try? Thanks folks.
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    Starlink: Battle for Atlas (No Man’s Starfox)

    So, would the starter set (at £35), with no intention to buy any extra ships etc, be a decent value Xmas present for my 11 year old?
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    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Are any of the online retailers likely to be doing Kill Team at a discount tomorrow? It's on my son's birthday list (just before xmas). Do Games Workshop themselves do decent sales?
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Bit narked I'm told I need more storage to download Warframe. I only have Mario Odyssey, Snipperclips, a couple of tiny indies and some demos downloaded. I deleted the Monster Hunter and Valkyria and other demos, and it hasn't made much difference.
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Do I need to be signed up to Nintendos online offering, to be able to play Warframe?
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Anyone know if the Steven Universe game that's appeared on the eshop addresses the bugs that reviews of last year's PS4/Xbox versions complain about? Looks just lovely and I think my done would love it.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Steven Universe: Save the Light looks like the perfect game to get my son for Xmas. He loves the cartoon, loves light RPGs (he's finished a couple of Pokemons, and we've done about half a Paper Mario together). Visuals look stunning, too. But does anyone know if the myriad bugs that reviews complain about for the PS4/Xbox versions from a year ago, will have been fixed?
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