Still craving Switch discussion? Good gravy, you insatiable fiends. Fine, here’s some more.
Following the second episode with Kate Gray, I got a load more Switch questions over Twitter, so I decided to extend my Switch coverage over to a second podcast.
This time, to dispense with the frivolities, we go pure Q&A and kick things off right away with your questions.
By ‘we’ I’m referring to myself and this week’s guest, Daily Express and Daily Star games reviewer Meg Bethany Read.
If you still haven’t had your fill of Switch chat, get stuck in.
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NIS think the same Chris, Switch is the new VITA.
Using Amazon Prime discounts and the BIGTHANKS deal (thanks for the shoutout of that btw), I got 1 2 Switch and BotW for £70. Had they both been in a bundle with the console for £350 I would’ve been all over that, so I’m pretty happy tbh. 1 2 Switch looks fun (especially table tennis), but realistically Zelda is the system seller until a few more come out.