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@LivingMetal 

If I understand you correctly you are rewarding yourself for good parenting



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Ka-pi96 said:
LivingMetal said:

The games that mainly interest her are Pokemon Go Eevee

My condolences.

It must suck to have a kid with poor taste in Pokemon. #PikachuFTW!

I will NOT justify that statement with a response, but let me just say that she wants Just Dance 2018.  I've done a pretty good job avoiding the subject since then.



Ganoncrotch said:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-microSDXC-Memory-Adapter-Performance/dp/B074RNRM2B/ref=sr_1_3?crid=11C341MO7T7L&keywords=400gb+micro+sd&qid=1558017589&s=gateway&sprefix=400%2Caps%2C151&sr=8-3

This is what I use in my Switch, realistically if you buy one of these you won't have to ever worry about space unless you get 100 or so games digitally keep in mind that very few Switch games go over the 10GB mark most indie titles float around the 1GB point but that 400gb at time of linking is just 56sterling, that's cheaper than the 256GB card.

I was just thinking that my spare micro SD cards are obviously smaller in storage capacity than what's in my current cell phone which means 8GB or less.  I'll be buying a new BIGGER one, but it might be a while until I do.  I have to explore the downloadable options and think long term.



Dad's getting all hyped...daughter comes home....see's one B+ on the report card..... F$%@#%!! no switch!! T_T

jk jkkk!! That's awesome your kid is hitting all A's!

You should definitely get a 2nd set of joycon that's for sure. As for SD cards, well if you're buying all physical you may not need it (yet). I have a handful of Switch games and don't have an SD card for it yet. So no need to rush getting one if you feel you dont really need one yet until there's like a super amazing deal for one.



Please get Steamworld Dig 2 if you like Metroid. And Rocket League, since it's usually only $20. Pay the $20 for Switch Online and you'll get a decent library of throwback NES games. If you are interested in Mario Maker 2 (which you should be) they are offering a promotion which basically gets you the online service for $10 if you preorder the game.

No matter what there are hours and hours of joy awaiting both you and her, regardless of your gaming tastes. The Switch, outside of a Metroid game, has just about anything you'd want to play. Oh, there's also no Pikmin yet...or an Animal Crossing, but you get the idea.



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I litterally have a tab open on my phone that stays on Argos' switch page that check every now and then for sales but I can not buy the system without extrenal storage, until the alow for it I can't buy into their ecosystem.

I want you Nintendo, I want to be inside you, playing some Mario oddessy but you just won't except my advances. Please let me take you home and bring you to bed. Accept my dongle. Let me store the memories we make together.



 

Everything in the above reply is my opinion, from my own perspective and not representative of reality outside of my own head!

-Android user, please be gentle with critique on my spelling.

I feel ill.



SanDisk microSD cards go on sale pretty often on Amazon.com, and you don't need one right away unless you plan to buy most your games digitally, so keep an eye out for that.



Wait on the new model then buy the blaster master zero games.



V-r0cK said:

Dad's getting all hyped...daughter comes home....see's one B+ on the report card..... F$%@#%!! no switch!! T_T

jk jkkk!! That's awesome your kid is hitting all A's!

You should definitely get a 2nd set of joycon that's for sure. As for SD cards, well if you're buying all physical you may not need it (yet). I have a handful of Switch games and don't have an SD card for it yet. So no need to rush getting one if you feel you dont really need one yet until there's like a super amazing deal for one.

True story here.

Every Friday, my daughter comes home with all the grades she made during the week for parental review.  I came home one Friday after work, and it looked like my daughter was about to break down in tears.  So I asked Mama:

Me: "What's wrong with her?  Did something happened?"

Mama: "When you said all As, did you mean every grade she makes or the 9 weeks?"

Me: "Just this 9 weeks."

Mama: "I tried to convince her of that, but she thought you meant every grade."

Me: "Why?  What happened?"

Mama: "She made an 84 on one of her math lessons."

Needless to say, I had to console my daughter and teach her the mathematical properties of averages to convince her that her 84 wasn't the end of the world.

Last edited by LivingMetal - on 17 May 2019