Mandalore

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About Mandalore

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    South Wales
  • Occupation
    Quality Technician

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  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    SNES, Gameboy, N64,Gameboy Colour, Gameboy Advance, Gamecube, DS, Wii, 3DS
  • Other Systems Owned
    Xbox 360, PS4
  • Favourite Game?
    Baldur's Gate II Shadows of Amn
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    Mandalore
  1. Dragon Quest XI

    Found the PS4 definitive edition on ShopTo for £16.51, I think I'll get that as I never use my Switch in handheld mode.
  2. Dragon Quest XI

    Almost finished with Yakuza 7. After all the Dragon Quest references, I'm curious to try a game in the series. Is this a good one to go for if I've never played any before? And am I better off getting it on Switch or PS4/5?
  3. Mario Party Superstars (29th Oct)

    Pre order bonus:
  4. Yeah I received an email with the codes yesterday.
  5. Got absolutely nothing, might as well keep my predictions for the next Smash Bros game.
  6. Cruis'n Blast

    Yeah it is a very feature light game. It helps that unrealistic racing games is a genre I like a lot and there haven't been many like this for ages. It was fun while it lasted, there are better indie racing games out on the Switch though. FAST Racing Neo and Riptide GP Renegade (I played this on PS4 but I think it released later on Switch) are cheaper and more complete packages.
  7. Victory Heat Rally (2022)

    That looks really neat, it's like a cross between mode 7 and 3D. If it turns out well, would love to see them try their hands at a new F-Zero.
  8. God of War: Ragnarök (2022)

    It's nice to hear stories of game developers/publishers being good for a change.
  9. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (28th January 2022)

    Nintendo Players UK posted similar news and called it a Celestica Flute. Not sure where they got the additional info from though.
  10. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (28th January 2022)

    Scyther is one of my favourites, nice to see it get (another) decent evolution. I'm still not really sold on this game though, I think I'll wait for reviews to come out before ordering it.
  11. Nintendo Direct : 23.09.21 (11pm UK time)

    Maybe it did? I generally don't mess with the default control schemes when I play games.
  12. Yakuza 7 (PS4 2020)

    Slowly making my way through the game, just got to Chapter 12. I'm not sure if any grinding is necessary or recommended before continuing with the story? There is an optional underground 'dungeon' area and a fighting arena. No battles have been too difficult so far, but some enemies have taken a ridiculously long time to defeat.
  13. Nintendo Direct : 23.09.21 (11pm UK time)

    I remember really enjoying replaying Banjo Kazooie and Perfect Dark on XBLA. Apart from some oddly stretched HUD stuff, I don't remember any issues with Banjo. And the modern controls on Perfect Dark were very welcome, the N64 controls in hindsight were weird even back then (Turok controls made much more sense for an N64 controller). The first thing I did was turned the auto-aim off and it was still a lot easier than the N64 version. Apart from Joanna Dark's face, I liked the graphical overhaul that 4J did. Online multiplayer was also a lot of fun and the badges in the leaderboard stats added more replay value.
  14. Nintendo Direct : 23.09.21 (11pm UK time)

    I was so excited about finally being able to play F-Zero X in 60fps on the Wii U Virtual Console, it was such bitter disappointment when it released with horrendous controls. Is it too much to expect that the N64 control stick calibration won't be complete jank this time?
  15. Cruis'n Blast

    Got this earlier today, it's a lot of fun so far. There seems to be lots of upgrades to unlock for each vehicle and every track has 3 hidden keys which unlock new vehicles. It should keep me busy a while.