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User Info: Gravemaker15

Gravemaker15
5 months ago#361
ArcFan10000 posted...
Just bought Yoshi's Wooley World and Tokyo Mirage sessions Fire Emblem for $10 each.
I think Tokyo Mirage Sessions is an expensive game isn't it?
Both included the case, insert and warrenty booklet, but no manual unfortunately.
For $10 each I wasn't gonna pass on that deal. This Pawn shop is clearing out its inventory so everything is ubber cheap.


Nintendo Wii U games don't have a physical manuals with the company choosing the digital format on disc way however a few games are an exception being indie titles and deluxe packaged versions.

Also Tokyo Mirage is currently going for $20 to $30 plus on Ebay.
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User Info: ColorBattle

ColorBattle
5 months ago#362
Gravemaker15 posted...
ArcFan10000 posted...
Just bought Yoshi's Wooley World and Tokyo Mirage sessions Fire Emblem for $10 each.
I think Tokyo Mirage Sessions is an expensive game isn't it?
Both included the case, insert and warrenty booklet, but no manual unfortunately.
For $10 each I wasn't gonna pass on that deal. This Pawn shop is clearing out its inventory so everything is ubber cheap.


Nintendo Wii U games don't have a physical manuals with the company choosing the digital format on disc way however a few games are an exception being indie titles and deluxe packaged versions.

Also Tokyo Mirage is currently going for $20 to $30 plus on Ebay.


Indeed. In after 2014, Nintendo phased out physical manuals. A few Wii U titles afterwards do have them(Darksiders Warmastered Edition, Tumblestone), but I wouldn't consider them "manuals." Instead, they are two or three page pamphlets that explain the in-game controls or show a diagram of the Wii U Gamepad and other supported controllers.

...and at $30, you can still find Tokyo Mirage Sessions brand new (mine was cheaper and I've yet to play the game).

User Info: Nadster

Nadster
5 months ago#363
Anybody played Fast Racing Neo?
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User Info: ArcFan10000

ArcFan10000
5 months ago#364
These might be my final two Wii U games because I have everything
else I want for the console. I think with these 4 i just purchased this month I have 34 games total.

My last game I bought before buying these 4 was Captain Toad Treasure Tracker.
Wii U games are ungodly cheap now. It's a good thing I bought what I did before the prices eventually rise.
Then I can say I have the game and didn't pay much for it. Wii U prices took a drastic drop when the Switch came out I think.
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(edited 5 months ago)
Nadster posted...
Anybody played Fast Racing Neo?

Yes. Criminally underrated. Same goes for Fast Racing RMX on Switch.
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User Info: darthcorpse

darthcorpse
5 months ago#366
BrianCraigSmith posted...
Nadster posted...
Anybody played Fast Racing Neo?

Yes. Criminally underrated. Same goes for Fast Racing RMX on Switch.

Totally agree. This game is phenomenal. I love the music, and the zenlike feeling at high speeds is sublime. Definitely a favourite!

User Info: Arcade2

Arcade2
5 months ago#367
I unhooked my Wii U today. I put the Switch up instead. I haven't really played much with my Switch...the only thing I really used my Wii U for was Wii games to be honest...as of late I should say. I did play a few U game for a while, then decided to play Wii. Couldn't make up my mind

However, if I must be honest, my 2DS has got most of the attention. It's just an amazing handheld. I decided to transfer everything to my XL, and glad I did.

I've been building up my library to have a lot to play. Seeing as it gets more play time than everything else combined, I figured, why not?

I'll eventually hook my Wii U back up, but until then I've got a lot of 3DS games to play.
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User Info: jimi_dini

jimi_dini
5 months ago#368
Gravemaker15 posted...
Nintendo Wii U games don't have a physical manuals


.... anymore.
Originally Wii U games actually still had physical manuals.
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User Info: Nadster

Nadster
5 months ago#369
You know I do wish that the Gamecube disks were at least physically BC. Considering the predecessor can do that.
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User Info: ArcFan10000

ArcFan10000
4 months ago#370
Bought Assassin Creed 3 and Assassins Creed 4: BlackFlag today, i have 29 Wii U games now.
I have over 50 games for the Wii. More games then i ever thought id have, i'm always finding Wii games i want im my collection.
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