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  1. Maybe we have our thoughts crossed a bit. I thought the comment about an afterthought was referring to Clubhouse Games. My point was that Nintendo isn't treating that game as an afterthought. The game looks amazing to me. If we are talking about hyper casual games being an afterthought on the Switch, then yeah, I agree. But I didn't buy a Switch to play those kinds of games. I'm buying an Amico to play those kinds of games. Same way in that I am not buying an Amico for a Zelda-like experience. I can do that on the Switch. My point about tearing down the Switch may have sounded too harsh. My point was, the Amico is its own thing. Filling a niche the other three systems don't do. I don't need to compare Clubhouse to any games on the Amico. I just don't see the comparison. For $40, Clubhouse games is going to provide a lot of hours of fun with a variety of games. I'm not expecting that on the Amico. I am expecting smaller fun game experiences for a lot less money. And that is exactly what I want from the Amico. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  2. Does the Amico disc on the controller register when you spin it? Or do you have to push down as well to get it to work? If you could spin the disc for Tempest that would be amazing. If not, I guess you could always use your thumb on the screen to rotate around. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  3. I'm really excited to see a new Adventure game and a new Yars Revenge. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  4. I wouldn't buy it either if you can't find many games you like. I'm the opposite. I have a ton of Switch games. Mostly Nintendo published games and indie games. Indie games are what has me excited about Amico. I love smaller games that I can get in and out. I tend to play several games whenever I play as opposed to playing one game for 2 hours. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  5. This is no afterthought for Nintendo. You can tell from the videos they put a lot of time and polish into this game. And they are really pushing it. They have posted several trailers and videos. It even was the focus of the latest Nintendo Minute. I really think this will be a huge hit for Nintendo. I'm a huge Nintendo fan and a proud Amico Founder's Edition pre-orderer. I pre-ordered Clubhouse Games on day one and the Amico on day one. I love the Switch and I'm sure I am going to love the Amico based on everything I have seen. Plenty of room in the video game world for both of these systems. No one needs to tear down the Switch to justify the Amico. The Amico can stand on its own just fine. And I look forward to it as my most anticipated hardware of 2020. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  6. And Tommy, any pinball games in development for Amico? Seems like a perfect match. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  7. Nice ad. How did the free part happen? Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  8. I think RGT85 would be a good interview. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  9. Whoops, just noticed the baseball icon in your post. Yes, please! I need a good baseball game. Go Cardinals! Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  10. Sports? During the 16-bit era I played a ton of sports games. Madden, NHL, Tennis...even some basketball and soccer. But, I stopped playing them around the PS2 era. I'm not sure if it became too complicated or what. I just stopped having fun with them. So, I am really looking forward to getting back into some sports games. Can't wait to hear what the news is. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  11. Glad to hear this, Tommy. You can't convince someone to do or try something when they are so set in their ways they can't even comprehend a new idea. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  12. I feel like these types of interviews are doing more harm than good. These hardcore gamer types just don't get it. And then they turn around and say incorrect things about the system. Spreading more nonsense. Tommy does a great job keeping his cool and staying positive. But, most of these guys think gaming is relegated to the big 3 console makers. Anything that deviates from the norm is a gimmick. Remember when the Wii controller was shown off? These types of guys were laughing at it. Saying it was a joke and no one would buy one. I don't know. I just get aggravated listening to people with such a closed mindset. I actually turned the interview off last night about halfway through. Right after the interviewer couldn't understand the Amico online stuff. First time I turned off one of these interviews. I don't care if people question stuff. Or if they don't like stuff. That is completely different than an interviewer not being able to understand simple things because they are so bigoted. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  13. I'm not sure how helpful these interviews with YouTubers who keep hating on the Amico are. I think some of the hate is just their way of getting Tommy to ask to do an interview. And too often these guys are arrogant and uninformed. Sometimes it is best to just leave some people be and move along. This last guy couldn't even understand the online part of Amico. Not difficult stuff. Frustrating to even listen to some of these YouTubers. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  14. Mouse Trap and Ladybug, please. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
  15. I've seen several Darius Truxton videos. He is a complete nut. Pay no attention to this guy. He says crazy things just to get a reaction. He has several feuds going with other YouTubers. He does whatever he can to get more subscribers. I guarantee he is just acting the fool to try and get a Tommy interview. Sent from my PH-1 using Tapatalk
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