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CaptainExplosion said:
Wyrdness said:
https://nintendoeverything.com/capcom-details-new-style-switching-system-for-devil-may-cry-3-special-edition-on-switch/

Never played Devil May Cry, so is that good news or bad news?

It makes this version arguably the best in the series and genre even more so than before as it's essentially now the most complete DMC game, switching styles in open gameplay adds a heavy layer of depth that the other games are going to struggle to match especially as DMC3 has more styles and weapons than other DMC games.



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Wyrdness said:
CaptainExplosion said:

Never played Devil May Cry, so is that good news or bad news?

It makes this version arguably the best in the series and genre even more so than before as it's essentially now the most complete DMC game, switching styles in open gameplay adds a heavy layer of depth that the other games are going to struggle to match especially as DMC3 has more styles and weapons than other DMC games.

Oh, good news then. :)



I was sure there was a post here about Metro Redux getting rated for Switch, but I can't seem to find it now. Anyway, yeah, it's a thing, out 28th of Feb.

The port has been developed in-house by 4A, and will be entirely on the game card with no mandatory download

Last edited by curl-6 - on 17 January 2020

Finally I can get into this series ! Metro series is one of those I always found interesting by it's weird premise and setting.



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Oh, and the developer has confirmed Metro Redux on Switch has gyro aiming.



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curl-6 said:

Oh, and the developer has confirmed Metro Redux on Switch has gyro aiming.

I remember when people bemoaned motion controls, yet here we are wanting them back.



CaptainExplosion said:
curl-6 said:

Oh, and the developer has confirmed Metro Redux on Switch has gyro aiming.

I remember when people bemoaned motion controls, yet here we are wanting them back.

I don't think it's the same people. Plenty of folks, like myself, grew to like motion controls on the Wii and never wanted them gone, and so are thrilled that they're still being implemented in Switch games like, Doom, Wolfenstein, etc.

The folks who bemoaned them probably still don't like them, but since they're almost always optional on Switch, they can just play without them.



https://www.nintendoenthusiast.com/rumor-2d-metroid-traditional-paper-mario-release-2020/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook



https://nintendosoup.com/tokyo-mirage-sessions-fe-encore-sells-out-one-day-after-launch-at-my-nintendo-store-japan/



Wyrdness said:
https://www.nintendoenthusiast.com/rumor-2d-metroid-traditional-paper-mario-release-2020/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

I won't hold my breath.

Wyrdness said:
https://nintendosoup.com/tokyo-mirage-sessions-fe-encore-sells-out-one-day-after-launch-at-my-nintendo-store-japan/

This could be a good sign. How well do you think it's doing in other markets? :)