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  1. Keyboard Koala

    SNES Mini

    Definitely a render. and not even a good one. I've seen some shoops in my day...
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    SNES Mini

    There was a huge crackdown last June.
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    SNES Mini

    Big N had them removed from most/all popular ROM sites, didn't they?
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    SNES Mini

    But can you still find the ROMs for the games?
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    Nintendo 3DS

    7 actually.
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    Nintendo 3DS

    Discontinued since Summer '17. A real shame as I think it's the best handheld they've ever made. Absolutely the pinnacle of their handheld legacy. Replacable cover plates, super stable 3D effects, SNES coloured buttons, great controls, awesome games library. When I heard they were going to cease production, I got two spares just to be safe. As I said, a shame, even more so as they were only available for a little more than 2,5 years. >> https://kotaku.com/the-3d-on-the-3ds-was-good-1829712187
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    Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum ‘N’ Fun! - coming to Europe in Autumn 2018

    Cheers. I'll stick to my pre-order then. And besides, every self-respecting gamer needs at least one Taiko Drum game in his/her collection. A bit like the Katamari games really.
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    Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum ‘N’ Fun! - coming to Europe in Autumn 2018

    But there's no timing issues?
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    Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum ‘N’ Fun! - coming to Europe in Autumn 2018

    Hmm, this doesn't sound too good if I'm honest. Maybe I should cancel my pre-order... Can we have some more impressions from guys who played it using the drums on the Switch?
  10. Keyboard Koala

    Luigi's Mansion - 3DS version

    Well, let's not be too hasty or Radiant Silvergun will be expecting Mario Odyssey levels of quality. Although the idea of being able to play LM in 3D for the first time (and as was originally planned) sounds pretty awesome to me. In short; the first LM was a short but oh so sweet NGC launch game which looked stunning when it first came out in 2001 - both because of the up-to-date graphics (there was a time when the big N was still very much into the arms race for better graphics) but also because of the timeless aesthetic, which -as the 3DS version amply proves- hasn't aged a bit. At a mere 7 hrs; it was a (very) short game, but packed to the brim with fun and excitement. Something the sequel painfully lacked. NLG managed to turn the whole series into a drawn out slog and collectathon, with some pretty awful level design (the clock tower level was painfully tedious from start to finish). Despite being technically competent and featuring some decent innovations over its predecessor, it somehow lost most of the personality and charm that made the NGC game such a cult classic. I hope NLG is not doing LM 3, but everything in the trailer seems to indicate otherwise. Alas. I thought I was the only one with a deep seated hatred for NLGs effort - jk of course; really, if they'd ditched the stupid gem collecting, the poor boss design and the entire 3rd level, we might've ended up with a pretty good sequel.
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    Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate

    They've assembled all of the earlier MHG Capcom DLC into one bundle for MHGU:
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    Luigi's Mansion - 3DS version

    Out next week!!
  13. Keyboard Koala

    Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

    Totally agree. I effin' loved Peace Walker tbh. Peace Walker being the Sahelanthropus of the series. Well, I like every Kojima directed MGS game. Except for MGS 2. Wasn't a big fan of that, and it was responsible for not playing another MGS game til around the release of PW. After which I went through MGS SE, and MGS GotP. Both of which I really liked again. So, for me, MGS 2 really is the black sheep of the family.
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    Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

    And today I was in this huge industrial complex full of hangars (were they repair trains), and the first thing I did was to look for places to place C4 to disable comms and security. I wish I was joking. I'm almost at the end of MGS PP though. I hope I don't get any withdrawal symptoms.
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