Life is strange - you are going to reveal the secrets of a small town in the state of Oregon together with a young heroine and prevent tragic events. Maxine Caulfield, the main heroine of this Android game, returns to the home city after five years of absence. She goes to a prestigious school, where she can meet friends of her childhood again. Maxine realizes that she can control time. She will need this unique ability as the girl's friend is in danger just like the whole city. Help Maxine take decisions the end of the story depends on.
I used to be concerned about the battery life, but now i have my own place (So my own TV too, with nobody to argue about what's on ), it shifted to the price of games, since with a place of my own comes rent as well...
I have an original Switch model and the battery life is way too short, especially with more demanding games like ACNH or SSBU. Other than that, the Switch is my favorite console is all time. I'm old, BTW ??
Ever since the Gamecube was released people have been saying the same thing for 20 years. While since the N64 third party games haven't always sold well on Nintendo systems compared to others that doesn't mean Nintendo hasn't been making a huge profit on their own games, which often are some of the best selling games of each generation even compared to third party games that are available on every system available. even the Wii U somehow managed to have a few. People seem to think you need tor rely on third party software to break even over the life of a system and that simply isn't true.
That said, as a home console, the Switch is abysmal and completely lacks the horsepower to run at decent frame rates above 1080p resolution. 4K TV's are the current gen norm now and the Switch is simply incapable of playing games at that resolution. Which means its low-res games look a bit stretched jaggy when played on these modern TV's.
We all want longer lasting batteries for everything, yet I've found mine has been adequate. I get 4 hours easily out of it with most games I choose to play handheld. Obviously more demanding games would not allow 3. The limited battery life is actually a good control to stop me playing all night.
Things in the 10million range the VITA or Dreamcast were lucky if their best seller had 2million copies. But the WiiU's was 8million, not a sign of a system maker on its way out, but of popular games, software done right constrained by unfortunate hardware.
What I think people didn't account for is Nintendo finally getting a handle on making excellent games for the HD gaming era. Mario Kart 8 is a standout on Wii U and Nintendo Land/Pikmin 3 were good, but it it took the whole of the Wii U life for Nintendo to show the world what it can do with Breath of the Wild. There seemed like a renewed focus on quality core gaming experiences at Nintendo; they finally broke free of the Wii hangover.
Hogwash. Switch OLED is miles beyond the 3DS or Vita. I can play any AAA game on max brightness and get FIVE HOURS, while games such as Final Fantasy IX get TEN HOURS. It's true the original model had mediocre battery life, but the v2 Switch was way more than a modest bump- it practically DOUBLED the battery life, and the OLED tacks on another hour of playtime in most games thanks to the more efficient screen. There's no ifs, ands or buts, the current Switch OLED has the best battery life we've seen in decades.
Mods are a core part of what makes Bethesda games have such a long lifespan. Skyrim is a great example of this. The game has been out for nearly a decade, yet it lives on thanks to the passionate modding community. Hundreds of mods are uploaded every day that fix issues with the game or add new content.
One category of mods that many often overlook is quality-of-life mods, additions that focus on making a certain aspect of the game more intuitive. These can range from small bug fixes to new mechanics that offer solid alternatives to mundane tasks. Here are the 17 best Skyrim quality-of-life mods players should be using. This list focuses on mods for the PC version of Skyrim Special Edition, although most mods on this list have alternatives or ports for consoles.
Playing Skyrim without mods is something that no fan recommends, but it may be daunting for a new-time modder to try and browse through the massive horde of mods available for this game. It's better to tackle this one step at a time, and players should focus on quality-of-life mods exclusively before moving on to more major fixes. Here are some of the best quality-of-life mods that players can download for Skyrim.
Dialogue in Skyrim behaves poorly when the player uses a mouse to select options. It will try to select the center option instead of where the mouse is pointing at. Better Dialogue Controls fixes this completely, allowing players to select non-highlighted options with their mouse with little issue. As minor as this fix sounds, it is a massive quality-of-life improvement for mouse and keyboard users.
Better Jumping is one of the simplest yet most noticeable quality-of-life mods a player can install. In essence, this mod allows players to jump while sprinting while keeping the momentum from sprinting. A configuration menu also allows players to enable multiple jumps in the air and modify jump height if they so desire. Being able to jump while sprinting is a game-changer for traversal and combat.
you are a lifesaver (ok, not really, they are only computer card games, used primarily to kill time while on the phone ;) but seriously, THANK YOU for doing this! I hate when Microsoft & Windows unilaterally change & remove things. 2b1af7f3a8