Disappointed in Mario Kart 64 not being able to save ghost data in time trials due to the lack of the controller pak.
That was always a fun part of the single player experience for me back in the day.
I know it's emulation but expect better from Nintendo considering this is an iconic game and likely to be one the few anyone actually bothers to play.
Maybe Golden Eye is coming https://www.videogameschronicle.com...germany-potentially-pointing-to-a-re-release/
BOTW should be fine then if you're not fussed about storylines, or most the other things you probably play games for.
Wont do the game any justice if Nintendo cant get the emulation right.
And I really don't see the fuss about the game, even when it first came out.
Strange how people derive entertainment. BoTW gameplay mechanics are among the most coherent and emergent ever. It's not perfect sure, but it feels like an adventure as opposed to pushing up to win.OTE]
I personally didn't feel it did anything better than any other open world games. I mean it had 'ubisoft towers' a shallow crafting system, pretty bog standard combat and a vast open world of not a lot.
However, I did like how creative you could be tackling things, though I usually just rolled bombs downhill. I didn't totally hate it, I felt it had a few memorable moments before I dropped it.
Certainly nothing coherent (unless that means playing it safe) and emergent, that sounds like words from a Nintendo biased Kotaku review.
Each to their own. I'm no Nintendo fanboy and this was the first of the series I've played for any meaningful length of time.
Coherent as in the rules of the world are the same from the start to finish. Emergent as in you get more opportunity to play with these as you progress. High stakes combat could go one way or another depending on how you approach etc.
I can see you're not a fan and that's fine
Upgraded to the OLED model recently, really liking it a lot, one thing I'll say though is vivid mode is ridiculously over saturated, I understand Nintendo probably set that as default to give the OLED screen the 'pop' factor but it is too much, so glad you can at least choose standard, much closer to to my calibrated OLED TV.
I'm thinking about getting my 5 yo daughter a switch lite for christmas as she quite enjoys playing Mario Kart on mines, but a couple of questions.
Do you think there is enough for a 5 year old to do with a switch?
I have some games that i've bought digitally, do i need to do the whole primary, non primary console thing to share the games? So one would need to be online to play the games? My main issue is i don't want her to get games that are outwith her age if i do that.
Sorry for the noob questions.