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I saw someone with grey joycons the other day on the train, when he noticed me clocking him he turned his Switch off and put it in his bag. Ashamed to game.

 

They should call them sadcons.

 

* I nearly bought grey joycons. They were out of stock.

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I'm after your sage advice people!

 

What would you say is the best 3d person action/rpg game on the Switch. Ideally open world yet I'll consider anything.

CLEARLY this is discounting Zelda here, because that will win.

I'm after something where by you control one character for a significant amount of time, involving lots of other characters and game world interactions. As noted it could be a huge open world or it could be on a smaller level - i.e. indoor environments etc.

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1 hour ago, Dinobot said:

I'm after your sage advice people!

 

What would you say is the best 3d person action/rpg game on the Switch. Ideally open world yet I'll consider anything.

CLEARLY this is discounting Zelda here, because that will win.

I'm after something where by you control one character for a significant amount of time, involving lots of other characters and game world interactions. As noted it could be a huge open world or it could be on a smaller level - i.e. indoor environments etc.

 

Lego City Undercover. 

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1 hour ago, Dinobot said:

I'm after your sage advice people!

 

What would you say is the best 3d person action/rpg game on the Switch. Ideally open world yet I'll consider anything.

CLEARLY this is discounting Zelda here, because that will win.

I'm after something where by you control one character for a significant amount of time, involving lots of other characters and game world interactions. As noted it could be a huge open world or it could be on a smaller level - i.e. indoor environments etc.

 

Skyrim and Xenoblade... Skyrim probably would suit more, Xenoblade is a proper JRPG.

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Good god just checked my time played and I did 12hrs on Chapter 1 of DQB this weekend. 

 

Just upgraded to a 64Gb SD card as well. Which was tense as I really didn’t want to lose my 120hrs on BOTW, 120hrs on XB2 and my 70hr Stardew save. If your interested it went like this.

 

Switch on pc for first time in 6 months. Yay it’s working 

Card reader won’t work, boo.

I’ll just use my phone,  so swap out the phone SD to my old Switch SD card.

Awesome. I can see the magical Nintendo folder. Copy to PC , excellent, worked fine.

Plug new card into phone, copy Nintendo folder over. excellent worked fine.

Plug New SD card into Switch.

Update needed to use SDXC.So I do that.

Data corrupt on card. So I have to delete all data on card.  Aaaaarrggghh. 

 

Repeat all the above steps and it worked the second time.

 

Nintendo don’t make it easy. All they had to allow was for me to move my save data to the console memory and swap the card, why Nintendo why. 

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8 hours ago, VN1X said:

 

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Never played it. Is it like Splatoon but singleplayer? 

As said it's more of a platformer. I thought it was pretty good at the time and was planning on licking up the rerelease on PS4. Will go for the Switch now.

 

List price of £26.99 confirmed. Can't find an actual release date though.

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I dunno. When the original de Blob came out on the Wii I was singing its praises because it was excellent. Every fucker here and elsewhere said it was shite.

 

They were all wrong, but where were you guys then?!

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