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Diablo III: Eternal Collection: $29.99

the physical was $25 on black Friday, but this is the lowest digital.

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How's the campaign mode on switch vs PC. Does it take as long? Or is it better to do adventure mode on switch and level quick (similar to PC)
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That's fair. I asked because my kids are about the same age and I don't know what game should I buy for them.
Personally as a former gaming addict and father of a 5 year old I wouldn't get these kinds of games for my son, because the cons far outweigh the pros. Yeah you'll satisfy your gaming crave and sure most kids love video games that's not too hard to see, but the social and mental effects of having your brains stuck on wanting to play games all the time, or even just every day will get much worse down the road. There is a reason for the age limit because yeah your kids may tolerate the violence and/or the graphic content but are they able to tell themselves an hour or two is enough gaming for the day? These kinds of games have a negative effect like that. Not saying this is exactly what will happen to your kids but it's something I've experienced myself since middle school, and I was way older than 5 or 7.

Please know too that I wrote all this up with the best intentions for all kids and families. We have a switch and I've let my son play Mario Party and Kart, Just Dance which I think are all fine social games with frequent breaks, so it wasn't until I tried letting him play Pokémon Shield for a few days that he started to talk about Pokémon nonstop even outside of the 30-60 minutes he had to play the game. He'd also ask to play like every day for about a week going without it. Granted he did have existing interest in Pokémon even before all this, but I've never seen him so fixated on something like this, which seems like the start of what happened to me back in the day.

Anyway, I hope you find games and activities that are appropriate for your kids' age and growth. All I'm saying is that we're the adults and we should be doing what's best for the kids not what's the most fun for us, because they will love whatever it is that their parents are doing with them anyway.
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Game is a good port but multiplayer is a joke. Good luck finding a game and even if you do no voice chat.
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Paid full price for this a couple of weeks ago. Does anyone have experience with requesting a refund on the price difference? Does Nintendo do this or am I SOL?
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Personally as a former gaming addict and father of a 5 year old I wouldn't get these kinds of games for my son, because the cons far outweigh the pros. Yeah you'll satisfy your gaming crave and sure most kids love video games that's not too hard to see, but the social and mental effects of having your brains stuck on wanting to play games all the time, or even just every day will get much worse down the road. There is a reason for the age limit because yeah your kids may tolerate the violence and/or the graphic content but are they able to tell themselves an hour or two is enough gaming for the day? These kinds of games have a negative effect like that. Not saying this is exactly what will happen to your kids but it's something I've experienced myself since middle school, and I was way older than 5 or 7.

Please know too that I wrote all this up with the best intentions for all kids and families. We have a switch and I've let my son play Mario Party and Kart, Just Dance which I think are all fine social games with frequent breaks, so it wasn't until I tried letting him play Pokémon Shield for a few days that he started to talk about Pokémon nonstop even outside of the 30-60 minutes he had to play the game. He'd also ask to play like every day for about a week going without it. Granted he did have existing interest in Pokémon even before all this, but I've never seen him so fixated on something like this, which seems like the start of what happened to me back in the day.

Anyway, I hope you find games and activities that are appropriate for your kids' age and growth. All I'm saying is that we're the adults and we should be doing what's best for the kids not what's the most fun for us, because they will love whatever it is that their parents are doing with them anyway.
Good points.
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I currently have the physical copy of this, could I buy this and sell the physical copy without losing any of my progress?
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Game is a good port but multiplayer is a joke. Good luck finding a game and even if you do no voice chat.
You have to do it in Discord, there's a fairly active group just search for "Diablo 3 Switch Discord".
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Personally as a former gaming addict and father of a 5 year old I wouldn't get these kinds of games for my son, because the cons far outweigh the pros.
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All I'm saying is that we're the adults and we should be doing what's best for the kids not what's the most fun for us, because they will love whatever it is that their parents are doing with them anyway.
No offense, but this advice sounds pretty specific to you. Most parents are not former gaming addicts, and different kids handle stimulus differently. My son (7) is completely opposite to yours, he will play a game a few times and then get bored of it. I would have no issue playing this co-op with him and would have no fear of any sort of addiction coming from it.
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I currently have the physical copy of this, could I buy this and sell the physical copy without losing any of my progress?
How much would you want for your physical?
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How much would you want for your physical?
I'll sell you my physical copy for $38. Has the ganandorf set too.
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I'll sell you my physical copy for $38. Has the ganandorf set too.
Thanks probably looking for sub $30 though since it's that price at GameStop.
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alrite, thanks! Might jump on this...but I still don't like the idea of paying to play online for Switch games...
Unfortunately, the same pretty much goes for all consoles.
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No offense, but this advice sounds pretty specific to you. Most parents are not former gaming addicts, and different kids handle stimulus differently. My son (7) is completely opposite to yours, he will play a game a few times and then get bored of it. I would have no issue playing this co-op with him and would have no fear of any sort of addiction coming from it.
Hence I started with "personally" not universally. Good for you guys that that isn't the case. I am simply throwing this out there for knowledge's sake if anything. Again, personal opinion, I still advice against any kid younger than, say, 10 to do any kinds of online gaming and/or RPG for many, many reasons. My parents weren't addicts and were not aware of any of the associated problems that they got me into when they gave me free reign with games, so I'm hoping to help some parents out there with these random comments.
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Hence I started with "personally" not universally. Good for you guys that that isn't the case. I am simply throwing this out there for knowledge's sake if anything. Again, personal opinion, I still advice against any kid younger than, say, 10 to do any kinds of online gaming and/or RPG for many, many reasons. My parents weren't addicts and were not aware of any of the associated problems that they got me into when they gave me free reign with games, so I'm hoping to help some parents out there with these random comments.
solid advice. My son started when he was four loves gaming like me, but we made him learn sports and other activities. Time is regulated based on earning time. He's now dropping controller when asked and initiating pick up sports and games in the neighborhood for the last two years calls everyone on the phone. Who would have thought.
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Gamestop has it for $29.99 if you like physical copy
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