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  1. How is this tournament set up? My son was playing yesterday and said he came 6th and came 1st in a couple of races. He also recently managed this winner of a move. I'm not sure how to add Twitter videos etc but here's the link. https://twitter.com/i/status/1247736734600683527 For those who don't want to watch. He uses a mushroom boost to escape a blue shell blast, timing it perfectly. He regularly wins online these days and has bested some of the staff ghosts too.
  2. It's incredible. If anyone has even the smallest love for platformers then this is for you. It's challenging, funny, original. It's just really great. I've even roped the family in to help me with some of the tougher strawberries and that. At just over 6 quid it's a steal. Wish I'd got it sooner.
  3. Yeah. Will try to recreate it some time this week. So far I've seen him do it on Yoshi circuit and mount wario using isabelle. Hopefully he will let me close enough to the controller to press record. He gets quite lively playing.
  4. Nope. No assists. He's got a few gold cups on 200cc with no steering assist on. Sadly just missed out on three starring a couple of them too. When he plays online he regularly gets top 5. I think he just breaks it somehow by being so good and breaking away from the CPU and rubber banding. I can barely beat him.
  5. I don't know what he's doing but it's happened several times, even restarting the game in case a weird glitch has occurred in one instance. I have witnessed it happen too so he's not making it up. I wondered whether there was some thing happening when he gets just so far in front?
  6. Bit of a strange one this. My son has recently been rinsing this and is incredible at it. Better than me. He's 7! But a weird thing happens on quite a regular basis. When he's playing against CPU and is really far ahead he some how manages to evade lightning and blue shells. The lightning event happens and the screen goes dark but no bolt makes him tiny. With blue shells they chase him but just slide on by past him and disappear. Has anyone else experienced this?
  7. Foxworth

    Nintendo Switch

    I find once you get used to the d-pad you can mitigate quite a lot of its tendency to press up unexpectedly. I assume that's the problem everyone has at least. It is still very disappointing that there isn't an official brilliant Nintendo d-pad on the switch.
  8. Thanks for this. Always wanted to give Celeste a go but never got round to it. Couldnt say no to this price and I used my points so it cost me about 50p. Played about an hour. Proper platforming challenge which I love. Looking forward to collecting all those strawberries. Already feeling like I made a great purchase here.
  9. Foxworth

    Nintendo Switch

    It's also one of those games that you think you'll just nip on for 10 minutes, then suddenly it's hours later and you still haven't set out to do what you wanted to in the first place. It's incredible!
  10. Yeah, his 321 streams have been incredible. The Scottish episode in particular was fantastic. It's brilliant how he can somehow procrastinate over the tiniest things and send the stream all over the place with the topics. One minute playing a random game, the next finding a random song on YouTube and finally making life seem to make sense. I've found some of his streams helping my brain to just chill out. It's as though everything he does is perfectly scripted but entirely off the cuff. The only thing thats challenging is that he does swear a lot and my 7 year old finds him very funny after I showed him a couple of his clips like the nursery rhymes. My bad! So I have to be very careful when picking something new for him to see.
  11. Foxworth

    Nintendo Switch

    Yeah, they're reimaginings of the normal levels only you've only got 100 seconds to do them all so the music is all fast. Luigi is like the Luigi from Super Mario Bros. 2 on the Nes so he's all floaty and tough to control and the levels are all changed but still resemble the ones in the normal game. Can blast through it quite quickly but getting all the star coins and secret exits is a proper platforming challenge. If you like 2d platformers it's great.
  12. Foxworth

    Nintendo Switch

    Nothing but the switch here. I barely get enough time to play it as it is so there would be no point having any other systems. My son plays it more than I do. I just don't know when you all get the time. I get up, do the morning jobs, go to work, come home eat dinner and it's time for bed more or less. Don't really have a lot of free cash to buy new games either so at least I do rinse the ones I do get. Currently trying to 100% new super Luigi U.
  13. Foxworth

    Nintendo Switch

    Haha. Wait til you get to the golf one. There's no escaping that
  14. Foxworth

    Nintendo Switch

    'Pends what kind of Mario you like and if you've played the 2d one on Wii before. I personally think NSMBwiiUDX is a more enjoyable experience cos I love 2d Mario and found Odyssey a bit all over the place and much less fun than other 3d Mario games and was nowhere near as good as Galaxy 1 or 2. Either way youll probably have a great time which ever Mario game you pick.
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