Those rocketfish headphones for $8 have piqued my interest, but I can't find any good reviews/information on them. I read that they have a mic with a mute button, but the few pictures I've found of the "headset" show headphones only so I don't know what to make of that. Anybody got any comments on them?
Why would anyone think it was available on physical games? You buy those straight from the retailer, not from Nintendo.
Also - it's called DIGITAL DELUXE PROMOTION. It's on the box...
Anyways, I found it very useful for indie/VC releases. These titles go on sale quite often and are games I recommend.
Mighty Switch Force: Hyper Drive Edition
Famicon Anniversary Virtual Console titles
Right now I'm debating if I should pick up AC. I bought Most Wanted U for half off even though I already played it to death on PS3. I also beat AC on PS3 but the Wii U release is quite cheap. It also contains the DLC I missed out on.
I gotta say, I'm very dissapointed in any CAG recommending Trine 2 on WiiU. Aside from one piddely extra level, the steam version has all the content the WiiU one does, and even buying the DLC seperately it's been on sale at a fraction of the WiiU's cost many times now. And it's not like Trine 2 takes a supercomputer to run either; I don't know why anybody with a PC used for anything more than browsing the web would consider it. I don't care anything about Little Inferno but from what I've seen/heard it's probably the same situation.
I guess local multiplayer could be a factor for someone who can't (or won't) hook up their PC to their TV, but is that really worth paying over for the game several times over?