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The gameplay is just OK.
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$6.74 digital from nintendo eshop
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Yeah, the general consensus from reviews that I've gathered is, it's not really worth your time. Sure it's inexpensive, but that doesn't mean it's worth it, when there are an overload of quality games out there these days.
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Please ignore this comment and observe the commentary if you're interested. Otherwise, this is clearly off-topic and I shouldn't have made this comment.
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local coop or online?
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Well it's $10
Personally, I've gotten to the point in my life that it's more about the time and enjoyment then the money.
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literally, TODAY, made a deccision to stop hoarding. No, seriously, check my latest youtube video (not trying to promote my channel or video). I have over 5000 physical games and literally 2000 digital on steam alone. I stopped calling it collecting and rather just hoarding, because that's what it is.

I love smaller games like these, but do NOT waste your time like I have. I have spent countless hours getting "awesome" deals on games... cheap, and many good ones to boot... they just sit there and I play one game forever. Just do not do it. Put your time elsewhere.

Take it from a hoarder, don't buy this
2,000 on Steam? I have over 11,000 and don't plan on stopping. It's interesting to see what developers come up with for games. There are a lot of cash grab games out there, but there are also hidden gems and unique concepts. Good to be supportive of the people who actually have a dream. It's easy enough to get Steam keys for 10 cents apiece to try them out. The only cost is pocket change and enough time to give them a chance, and you can always delete and re-download them later.

This is different, since it's a physical game. It not only costs $10, which is more than I pay for all but the most hyped AAA games, but it also costs shelf space. If you got rid of it and wanted to try it out again later, you'd have to buy it again. And it's just cheap enough where you wouldn't get much by reselling, especially if it sucks.

tl;dr hoarding is fine, it's just dependent on cost-value ratio of the product. But tbh both the physical and digital are above what I'd pay for a tower defense game.
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Pretty much a ghetto tower defense game.. 5/10
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2,000 on Steam? I have over 11,000 and don't plan on stopping. It's interesting to see what developers come up with for games. There are a lot of cash grab games out there, but there are also hidden gems and unique concepts. Good to be supportive of the people who actually have a dream. It's easy enough to get Steam keys for 10 cents apiece to try them out. The only cost is pocket change and enough time to give them a chance, and you can always delete and re-download them later.

This is different, since it's a physical game. It not only costs $10, which is more than I pay for all but the most hyped AAA games, but it also costs shelf space. If you got rid of it and wanted to try it out again later, you'd have to buy it again. And it's just cheap enough where you wouldn't get much by reselling, especially if it sucks.

tl;dr hoarding is fine, it's just dependent on cost-value ratio of the product. But tbh both the physical and digital are above what I'd pay for a tower defense game.
First of all, bragging about your steam library count? Really? Secondly, let's say you want to play every game in your library for an hour. That's 11000 hours. If you were a child with 18 hours a day for video games and nothing else it would take you almost 2 years to get through that. If you had to work for 9 hours a day, sleep for 6 hours, and eat for 2 hours a day and nothing else it would take you over 4 years. Now, let's be reasonably unreasonable and say you have 4 hours per day of video games and you want to play an average of 2 hours per game to get a feel of how they are. That would take you 15 years. And you think you don't have a problem?
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Switch Up did a good YouTube review, decent gameplay but frame rate issues.
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literally, TODAY, made a deccision to stop hoarding. No, seriously, check my latest youtube video (not trying to promote my channel or video). I have over 5000 physical games and literally 2000 digital on steam alone. I stopped calling it collecting and rather just hoarding, because that's what it is.

I love smaller games like these, but do NOT waste your time like I have. I have spent countless hours getting "awesome" deals on games... cheap, and many good ones to boot... they just sit there and I play one game forever. Just do not do it. Put your time elsewhere.

Take it from a hoarder, don't buy this
I completely hear you on this. I am doing the same thing. Trying to focus on games that move me and now look at these and go, are you worth my time? Thanks for putting this!
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First of all, bragging about your steam library count? Really? Secondly, let's say you want to play every game in your library for an hour. That's 11000 hours. If you were a child with 18 hours a day for video games and nothing else it would take you almost 2 years to get through that. If you had to work for 9 hours a day, sleep for 6 hours, and eat for 2 hours a day and nothing else it would take you over 4 years. Now, let's be reasonably unreasonable and say you have 4 hours per day of video games and you want to play an average of 2 hours per game to get a feel of how they are. That would take you 15 years. And you think you don't have a problem?
The point was that I did have a problem
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literally, TODAY, made a deccision to stop hoarding. No, seriously, check my latest youtube video (not trying to promote my channel or video). I have over 5000 physical games and literally 2000 digital on steam alone. I stopped calling it collecting and rather just hoarding, because that's what it is.

I love smaller games like these, but do NOT waste your time like I have. I have spent countless hours getting "awesome" deals on games... cheap, and many good ones to boot... they just sit there and I play one game forever. Just do not do it. Put your time elsewhere.

Take it from a hoarder, don't buy this
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2,000 on Steam? I have over 11,000 and don't plan on stopping. It's interesting to see what developers come up with for games. There are a lot of cash grab games out there, but there are also hidden gems and unique concepts. Good to be supportive of the people who actually have a dream. It's easy enough to get Steam keys for 10 cents apiece to try them out. The only cost is pocket change and enough time to give them a chance, and you can always delete and re-download them later.

This is different, since it's a physical game. It not only costs $10, which is more than I pay for all but the most hyped AAA games, but it also costs shelf space. If you got rid of it and wanted to try it out again later, you'd have to buy it again. And it's just cheap enough where you wouldn't get much by reselling, especially if it sucks.

tl;dr hoarding is fine, it's just dependent on cost-value ratio of the product. But tbh both the physical and digital are above what I'd pay for a tower defense game.
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First of all, bragging about your steam library count? Really? Secondly, let's say you want to play every game in your library for an hour. That's 11000 hours. If you were a child with 18 hours a day for video games and nothing else it would take you almost 2 years to get through that. If you had to work for 9 hours a day, sleep for 6 hours, and eat for 2 hours a day and nothing else it would take you over 4 years. Now, let's be reasonably unreasonable and say you have 4 hours per day of video games and you want to play an average of 2 hours per game to get a feel of how they are. That would take you 15 years. And you think you don't have a problem?
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I completely hear you on this. I am doing the same thing. Trying to focus on games that move me and now look at these and go, are you worth my time? Thanks for putting this!
So after a day of this decision, I'm taking the John Riggs approach and only collecting what I love.

What @secretclean said about the hidden gems is completely true and it's COMPLETELY what my youtube channel is about. All (ok, maybe most) devs work incredibly hard on their game. I shouldn't have said this based on my value of time over playing this game. THis game actually looks good.

However, I would like to rebuttle your argument on cost-value ratio... All of my game collection has been bought on that premise. If I were to sell my colection, I would at least be able to sell everything at some profit. What I found though is that my time searching for and buying these games are not worth it to me. It might be fine for some, and was for me for a while until I noticed the amount of time spent on it.

Overall, I shouldn't have imposed my views on this onto others, especially not in this way. Going to remove my original post.
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