Now I understand why the collection is cheaper outside of Japan. It’s incomplete. The Japanese version has everything the US/European version has plus the actual real Japanese openings and ending songs.
Originally published at Switch Era on July 20, 2018. This post serves as a backup.
As mentioned in the last past, here’s a new “Look At”, this time focusing on the also recently released Rockman X Anniversary Collection Soundtrack. (which is pretty much the official soundtrack of Mega Man X Legacy Collection, in case you hadn’t noticed. )
Here are a few wallpapers I made quite a while ago. I think these were done before Mega Man ZX was released outside of Japan or maybe even of when the games had just released or were about to be released in Japan. Anyway, I just know that they are quite old and you can easily notice it based on the resolution of the files. Widescreens weren’t even common yet. XD
Since there are several of them, I’ll be linking to each of them inside this post. Each wallpaper will also have a link to a backup on my personal Keybase.
Originally posted at Switch Era on July 20, 2018. This post serves as a backup.
Time for another Look At, this time focusing on the just released and arrived Octotune Splatoon 2 OST, the Limited Edition that also includes a Blu-ray.
As usual, Nintendo has sent out a few wallpapers to Japanese Switch users who have played their latest published title. Here’s the link to access them.
The link contains wallpapers for PC, mobile devices, and tablets.
Here is the sad truth of what happens now when you try to access the regular site for the Mario Tennis franchise.
It seems that Nintendo wants to make people forget that Mario Tennis Ultra Smash existed. (The site still exists but at a different URL that’s harder to find. )
Similar to “A Look At”, “Quick Review” will be another type of post that I will be sharing on this site/blog from time to time.
The first quick review will be of the latest Mario Tennis game, Mario Tennis Aces. Aces is not a good game. Is it better than Ultra Smash? Yep, but only slightly.
Just for fun, I decided to record a simulation (and prediction, I guess) of the upcoming Russia World Cup 2018 final match through PES 2018. The default line ups were used except for a few changes in the substitutes. Both teams were left up to be controlled completely by the CPU by activating Coach Mode on both sides and enabling automatic substitutions and formations.
PS. Konami, where is PES for Nintendo Switch??? Why are you letting EA get all the customers? (aka, “Konami, why don’t you like easy money?”)
It seems the demo is multiplayer only and only for two players. Maybe the final game is like that too? ? I know at least that it’s only for two players max, though. I’m just not sure if it’s possible to play against the CPU or if it always has to be multiplayer. Anyway, I just used both joycons myself while playing it.
Had a bit of trouble in this one until I noticed there’s a completely safe area around the battle arena. Btw, this video and the last one are actually from last month, I just hadn’t had the chance to upload them.