Best take care of your current one
It’s probably a good idea to take extreme care of your current how to get a replacement wii u gamepad, as a replacement from Nintendo will cost you $150, according to one NeoGAF user.
User nbthedude shared his story on the forum, along with his receipt, and said that after Delta Airlines lost his luggage — which included his Wii U power cord, sensor bar and GamePad — he had little choice in where to turn for a replacement. Nintendo sells the controller itself for $140, and not the rumored $80 nbthedude said he read about prior to purchasing. After taxes and shipping his total bill came out to be $155.15.
To put it into perspective, that’s half the price of the Wii U 8GB Basic Set, and as of this post, $60 more could nab you a PlayStation Vita and a game at Target, as nbthedude pointed out. Oof.
Square Enix announced during a Star Ocean anamnesis live streaming program that it will release Star Ocean: Till the End of Time Director’s Cut for the PlayStation 4. The game will be an HD remaster of tri-Ace’s PlayStation 2 game of the same name. In the below video, staff members begin announcing the game around the 1:12:05 mark and show a comparison of the HD and original versions.
The digital-only release will feature the same content and gameplay as the original release with enhanced graphics. Sony Interactive Entertainment’s HD emulator technology enhanced the game. The upcoming game will include the share function, trophy support, remote play, and other features.
tri-Ace’s original Star Ocean: Till the End of Time (Star Ocean 3) role-playing game shipped for PlayStation 2 in Japan in 2003. The Director’s Cut version with additional features shipped worldwide in 2004.
tri-Ace and Enix released the first Star Ocean game for the Super Famicom in 1996. The latest main game in the franchise, Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness, shipped in Japan on March 31 for the Playstation 4 and for the PlayStation 3 on April 28. Square Enix released the game in the United States only for PlayStation 4 on June 28.
It is, in a word, daunting. This isn’t a game you just dive into. You soak it in, really take the time to learn how everything works and, more importantly, how to make it work for you.
The good news is, we’ve done the tough stuff already. We’ve made mistakes and learned from them. And after more than 100 hours spent wandering around Thedas, we’ve got some handy tips to help you get your fledgling Inquisition off the ground.
ABC (Always Be Clickin’)
Here’s a handy tip that you’ll be making use of best race to play in dragon age inquisition. As you weave your way through the game’s assorted exploration spaces, make sure to click the left stick on your controller after every few paces. It’s bothersome at first, but it quickly becomes second nature.
Why? Clicking the left stick releases a sonar-style ping — visualized as an expanding circle that issues forth from your character — highlighting any objects in the surrounding environment that you can interact with, including dropped loot and treasure chests. If you click the stick and hear a high-pitched tone in response, there’s something nearby. If you don’t hear the tone, it’s all clear.