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Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

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While it's good to get these games, they shouldn't be an upcharge.

If they ever give us GBA, GCN, or Wii games, maybe those will be an upcharge as well. They probably wouldn't do an upcharge for GB or GBC games, bur who knows.



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Switch: 156 million (was 73, then 96, then 113 million, then 125 million, then 144 million, then 151 million)

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I am not going to lie.... those wireless controllers are a strong selling point.



I can get all this for free, still I do not want it unless the emulation improves the graphics. Most those games are worthless, Mario kart? We already have mario kart 8 which is way beyond graphically speaking. Mario 64 is already on the mario 3d stars, ocarina of time would be great if there's improvements, the game would look far too dated otherwise to even bother. I can play all these anyway on the pc or laptop with much better graphics.



The fact that people applauded that they may pay Nintendo more to play a few 30 year old games on the service was seriously cringe.






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More garbage on offer from Nintendo. I really wish people would stop giving them money for dumb crap. Until that happens, they'll keep on doing it.



$50 for a three-button Genesis pad >:)

I would have paid more for DMs, dedicated servers, voice chat, etc. but 30-year-old ROMs running in relatively poor emulators? Nah.



 

 

 

 

 

haxxiy said:

$50 for a three-button Genesis pad >:)

I would have paid more for DMs, dedicated servers, voice chat, etc. but 30-year-old ROMs running in relatively poor emulators? Nah.

Gotta pay for that "Switch Online" branding on the box.  

Aren't the Retro-Bit Genesis wireless controllers ($34.99) already compatible with the Switch?



The controllers should have been 40€, considering the SNES controller is 30€.



Yoshi's Story and Sin & Punishment for me. Later Paper Mario, Banjo-Kazooie and Kirby 64. That N64 controller is way too expensive but it could really come in handy for emulation. Overall, if this service is only 10 bucks more than the regular one, I'll subscribe.

Edit: Does the N64 controller come with rumble support included?