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Nintendo Direct 23 Sep 2021


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1 minute ago, Stanley said:

Can’t believe they are charging extra for their crap subscription service, by the time they add in GBA, GameCube, Wii etc. it will be about  hundred quid a month. 

 

It's £25 a year or something. It'll probably wind up £40 a year.

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€50 for a Mega Drive pad. And it's a three button pad as well so the likes of Streets of Rage 3 and Comic Zone will be compromised using that pad if they ever get added to the service. 

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Thought that was pretty good. That Kirby looks sweet, Castlevania Advance confirmed finally, handheld F Zero X and a proper look at Bayo 3 is all pretty good stuff.

 

I’m in for that N64 pad as well. I played F Zero X on the Wii U game pad recently and the modern style of analog stick just didn’t feel the same. Then on a boys weekend trip away, we got playing it on OG hardware and it was like night and day. I don’t even mind stumping up the likely £40 annual sub + £40 pad RRP to play. It’s F Zero X.

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Just now, bear said:

€50 for a Mega Drive pad. And it's a three button pad as well so the likes of Streets of Rage 3 and Comic Zone will be compromised using that pad if they ever get added to the service. 

Probably nothing to worry about then.

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