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  • Step into a world of discover, exploration and adventure
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  • Find multiple solutions to tons of dynamic puzzles, a key to survival
  • Find weapons and armor, cook food, brew elixirs and more
  • Shrine hundreds of clever challenges while gearing up weapons and armor to resist foes in the world

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Quote from JayPea3 :
No. $40 is as low as they get. This is a buy it now price
Be careful, last a made a comment like that in a Nintendo first party game thread I got "nyaaahhh not uh it was 29.99 not uh it was 27.99 not uh they go on sale all the time waaaaahh" for days afterward.
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Walmart offered me a warranty the other day for a Switch game, I was like....WTF could, would I need this for?
If you think this is bad then don't shop at GS. Other stores politely offer you a warranty once that you can nicely turn down. GS sometimes tries to sneak warranties on your purchase without permission or brazenly harasses you about buying a warranty even after you've told them "no" multiple times.
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Fantastic with the Amex Plat $50 back. Bought both BoTW and Mario Party for next day.

I forgot about that but I did use the PayPal $30 credit benefit to get this.
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Be careful, last a made a comment like that in a Nintendo first party game thread I got "nyaaahhh not uh it was 29.99 not uh it was 27.99 not uh they go on sale all the time waaaaahh" for days afterward.
did you make that comment during black friday? lol
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I bought this with 2 year warranty just in case.
Good call. I accepted the 2 year warranty as well.
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did you make that comment during black friday? lol
Shortly after lol
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My son is 8 years old and he and one of his friends play this game on switch.
I would recommend against getting kids his age getting this game as it is pretty addictive for them.
He finishes his time allotment of hour and a half everyday and then cries for more time. The whole time he keeps thinking the game which is proving really bad for his focus on other things and causes altercation between me and my wife as I was against getting him Switch in the first place.
If you have some tips to make it a pleasant experience for all of us, please share. I acknowledge that it is his childhood and the time to play video games etc before adulthood steals the fun. However, no amount of time seems to be enough. The end result of several hours of play is still crying and sadness for him then what is the point?
I know each child is different. Just my 2 cents.
How have you dealt with crying like this in the past? My kids are similar ages but they know if they cry after a privilege then that privilege is gone until I feel like granting it again.

Since your son cries every time he plays, best thing is to take it completely away for a month and let him know his actions are causing this. If after a month he cries again, then away it goes again maybe for longer. You have to be firm and be the bad guy. He either learns or loses it for good.
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My son is 8 years old and he and one of his friends play this game on switch.
I would recommend against getting kids his age getting this game as it is pretty addictive for them.
He finishes his time allotment of hour and a half everyday and then cries for more time. The whole time he keeps thinking the game which is proving really bad for his focus on other things and causes altercation between me and my wife as I was against getting him Switch in the first place.
If you have some tips to make it a pleasant experience for all of us, please share. I acknowledge that it is his childhood and the time to play video games etc before adulthood steals the fun. However, no amount of time seems to be enough. The end result of several hours of play is still crying and sadness for him then what is the point?
I know each child is different. Just my 2 cents.
read the book how to talk so kids listen. acknowledge their feelings, explain the problem, and have them come up with potential solutions.
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My son is 8 years old and he and one of his friends play this game on switch.
I would recommend against getting kids his age getting this game as it is pretty addictive for them.
He finishes his time allotment of hour and a half everyday and then cries for more time. The whole time he keeps thinking the game which is proving really bad for his focus on other things and causes altercation between me and my wife as I was against getting him Switch in the first place.
If you have some tips to make it a pleasant experience for all of us, please share. I acknowledge that it is his childhood and the time to play video games etc before adulthood steals the fun. However, no amount of time seems to be enough. The end result of several hours of play is still crying and sadness for him then what is the point?
I know each child is different. Just my 2 cents.
I agree with the poster who suggested thr book on how to talk to your children. You can't just take the system away -- punishment for his emotions of enjoying the console isn't going to make him understand. Talk with him, work with him on maybe setting up a reward structure -- not just a 1.5 hour per day allowance for no reason. For example, we give our kids movie night on Friday if they are good through the week with their nighttime routine -- brushing teeth, pajamas, staying in bed, etc.
If he lacks concentration or focus on something, maybe that can be part of the reward structure -- reading a book, working on homework, etc.
Best of luck, but the most universal advice would be to not turn something they enjoy into a punishment.
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I agree with the poster who suggested thr book on how to talk to your children. You can't just take the system away -- punishment for his emotions of enjoying the console isn't going to make him understand. Talk with him, work with him on maybe setting up a reward structure -- not just a 1.5 hour per day allowance for no reason. For example, we give our kids movie night on Friday if they are good through the week with their nighttime routine -- brushing teeth, pajamas, staying in bed, etc.
If he lacks concentration or focus on something, maybe that can be part of the reward structure -- reading a book, working on homework, etc.
Best of luck, but the most universal advice would be to not turn something they enjoy into a punishment.
Thank you. Got good ideas in this and other threads. Thanks a lot to the other people too who shared their advices.
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Paid $29.99 for this, barely 20% done 😓 and that's YouTubing the hard parts lol. I wish I had more time for video games.
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My son is 8 years old and he and one of his friends play this game on switch.
I would recommend against getting kids his age getting this game as it is pretty addictive for them.
He finishes his time allotment of hour and a half everyday and then cries for more time. The whole time he keeps thinking the game which is proving really bad for his focus on other things and causes altercation between me and my wife as I was against getting him Switch in the first place.
If you have some tips to make it a pleasant experience for all of us, please share. I acknowledge that it is his childhood and the time to play video games etc before adulthood steals the fun. However, no amount of time seems to be enough. The end result of several hours of play is still crying and sadness for him then what is the point?
I know each child is different. Just my 2 cents.
Kids are kids and you are not alone my friend. They can be master manipulators, if you let them. I agree with the idea of kids having their fun but as a parent we need to sprinkle in enrichment and responsibility. Stay firm on your time limits and do not bend. Otherwise, the crying and whining will never stop because they will always think you will will bend as a result. It's like always running to pick up a crying baby when you know they are safe, clean, fed, etc. They have just not learned to cope with simple adversities whether it be a baby being apart from mom and dad for an hour or a toddler/ little kid not getting screen/play time. Once they realize crying out and arguing doesn't work anymore (which takes time and patience, unfortunately) you will have taught them a valuable lesson in life. I struggled with my daughter but now at age 8, she gets it. She still has the occasional urge to push buttons and try, but mom and I don't give in anymore. We also have introduced incentives to help her work towards her goals. Try awarding additional play time only after they complete tasks you set up. I have many but my favorite, for example, is IXL. It's an learning and enrichment site that she does everyday. Only after she completes a certain amount of work there (after regular school work, of course) does she get to touch the Switch. It's worked out well for us. But, first things first, ignore the crying and tantrums of they will never end. I'm just a parent sharing my experiences and I'm no expert. This may or may not help because every kid is different. Best of luck to you. Oh, and to help ease your pain... even the kids that appear to be perfectly well behaved angels are driving their parents nuts as well. You are not alone. Family is and never will be easy or prefect but you couldn't pay me any sum to give up mine, and they drive me bat shit crazy sometimes, lol. Persevere!
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Kids are kids and you are not alone my friend. They can be master manipulators, if you let them. I agree with the idea of kids having their fun but as a parent we need to sprinkle in enrichment and responsibility. Stay firm on your time limits and do not bend. Otherwise, the crying and whining will never stop because they will always think you will will bend as a result. It's like always running to pick up a crying baby when you know they are safe, clean, fed, etc. They have just not learned to cope with simple adversities whether it be a baby being apart from mom and dad for an hour or a toddler/ little kid not getting screen/play time. Once they realize crying out and arguing doesn't work anymore (which takes time and patience, unfortunately) you will have taught them a valuable lesson in life. I struggled with my daughter but now at age 8, she gets it. She still has the occasional urge to push buttons and try, but mom and I don't give in anymore. We also have introduced incentives to help her work towards her goals. Try awarding additional play time only after they complete tasks you set up. I have many but my favorite, for example, is IXL. It's an learning and enrichment site that she does everyday. Only after she completes a certain amount of work there (after regular school work, of course) does she get to touch the Switch. It's worked out well for us. But, first things first, ignore the crying and tantrums of they will never end. I'm just a parent sharing my experiences and I'm no expert. This may or may not help because every kid is different. Best of luck to you. Oh, and to help ease your pain... even the kids that appear to be perfectly well behaved angels are driving their parents nuts as well. You are not alone. Family is and never will be easy or prefect but you couldn't pay me any sum to give up mine, and they drive me bat shit crazy sometimes, lol. Persevere!
Thank you so much!
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Came for the deal and left with some parenting tips. F-ck I love SD.
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