Sperium
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Sperium

From the warriors games I played, I’d consider this the best one, followed by One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3. Pirate Warriors is fun and the roster on hand is SO distinct from one another, each character can do the craziest things. But unfortunately I didn’t find it as gripping as Hyrule Warriors. Mostly because its adventure mode wasn’t as good as HW’s adventure mode. I dunno, something about unlocking and expanding the 8-bit map really gripped me.

chapomon
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Nintendo is still being jerks about videos on YouTube? And they can have YouTube simply delete the video, bypassing the deadlock? I wonder how’d they react when I do that one quick video about a flash puzzle game with Pokemon getting naughty…Probably best to avoid having Nintendo or Pokemon in the tags, titles or description.

Arella Jardin
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Arella Jardin

As far as ports go, this is one hell of a good one. It looks and runs better than both previous versions (though, you may see some lost frames after a few hours). It has all the content, and the sheer number of Adventure Mode maps are insane. If you try to unlock everything, you’re looking well above 150+ hours. One complaint, the mini map is too small and difficult to make out everyone’s location. The map used to be its own separate scene, obviously you can’t do that on Switch. But it’s almost unusable. I have to pause the… Read more »

GloatingSwine
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GloatingSwine

Can’t say I disagree with that assessment. No weapon durability = factually and objectively better.

Hyrule Warriors Deluxe has more stuff in than most people will ever even try and complete as well. The original adventure mode was pretty huge, and this one has about eight times as much in.

And that’s without the story mode and challenge modes which are themselves not insignificant. You want content, Nintendo and Omega Force have got you some goddamn content.