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Agreed, fantastic game but hard to play on WiiU, Wii or GameCube controllers. I was thinking of buying an adapter to connect my N64 control just for this game, but I also have the N64 connected to my TV so it's probably not worth it....
RolStoppable said: TomaTito said: Even when a game is bought at discount, the original price is what nets you the gold coins.The 10 coins you got were based on the 9.99 price. Interesting. So the reward system has basically a bug that Nintendo isn't aware of? In that case I might buy The Swapper the next time it's available for €1-3, because even if it sucks, I'll...
RolStoppable said: Soma said: That's weird then, I doubt the game you bought had a discount right? Maybe in Europe you all have that benefit :/ Secret Files: Tunguska is normally €9.99, but was 50% off, so €4.99. I guess it's possible that this was circumstancial and only works if a discounted game is €4.99. Or that it only applies to Europe. Perhaps...
Eye colour: Brown
Hair colour: Brown
Zodiac sign: Capricorn
Favourite Films: The Dark Knight, The Shawshank Redemption
Favourite Food: Pizza
About Me: "Gamers forgot where they came from.They forgot what built the Classical Gaming World and are too intoxicated with its current fragrances and beautiful displays. But the old school smell only decay. The ignorance of gaming's origins and the lashing at the recreation of it is the tragedy of this generation."
Sean Malstrom - "The New World"