Does anyone from this thread still play their Nintendo switch?
Before the corona virus outbreak, I only played about 30 minutes to an hour each weeknight, but now because I never leave the home and with my job being closed and postponed for already a month now, I get in about 3 hours or more a day while my kid is sleeping. Lol
I just got mine! Breath of the Wild is pretty fun so far.
I think I lost interest because firstly I’m not a Zelda game fan at all (although I enjoyed Link to the Past on the Super Nintendo), and secondly, I wanted the game to be more story driven, and instead I felt like I was just free roaming, going through trials for runes or something, and getting my ass handed to me by probably going to areas I should not go to.
But the game looks fantastic, and I loved the feel of the game. I just didn’t like that it felt like it was trying to be Dark Souls with its lack of strong story driving it, because for me that game deserves a more involved storyline. Maybe it’s more detailed than I give it credit for though.
Once you start recovering memories does the game get a bit more fleshed out, but yeah, it’s a little light on the story end of things
I may give it another run down the line after I finish Witcher 3 and maybe a shorter indie title to rid myself of Witcher feels, since I already know my love for Witcher 3 is far greater than my feelings after 10+ hours on Breath of the Wild. Need not have fresh feelings of how good Witcher feels when trying to give a fair chance to another big game. However, I also have Xenoblade (or was it Xenogears) chronicles 2 for switch and I also really want to start that soon.
There’s also 72-ish sidequests to find and complete, along with any DLC quests and 120 shrines to find and complete/unlock, which was a minor bitch.
Oh, and did I mention you can found your own town? And build your own house?
Ugh. I only have time in my life for so many enormous games. Lol
but I hate games giving me options to build things. That never interested me. Like when Tony Hawks Pro Skater introduces park creator...I hated the feature because it felt like too much work, and then I’d hate what I created. Hahaha
But honestly, I still hope to give Breath of the Wild a third chance.
I just got mine about 3 weeks ago (decided to go with the lite and safe a 150$ or whatever it is). I bought it pretty much 75% because I wanted to play the new Pokemons as I haven't played any new ones for years. Sword has been so awesome so far!
Now that Corona has shut down Canada and I'm temp. laid off from work, I've got some time on my hands, does anyone have some recommendations of their favorite games on the switch? thanks!
Animal Crossing has me cracked outta my goddamn mind. Bought it mostly for my fiancee since she loved the series as a kid but now I can't put it down. I also am prone to loving creative-type games though. Minecraft is still one of my all time favorites if that offers any context. This is also one of the better games for going handheld - I find myself needing to play docked for almost everything, but AC and Fire Emblem have been great reasons to actually make use of the portable feature.