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Yeah, I was looking into buying the screwdrivers to open this up and saw a lot of posts saying they got the same colour back.Huh, I swear I looked into it a while back and they said if they couldn't fix a joycon they would send you back the same kind - a friend had the pikachu/eevee edition and started getting drift. Maybe they changed it recently?
Coins are there but the eShop funds weren't showing up as an option.I think you have to chose to redeem coins when paying. But I don’t have my credit card associated with my account, so my options may be different
This is, I suppose, not the venue for it, but I quibble with defining Phoenix Wright as a "visual novel." It's an adventure game, like Snatcher. The player has to accomplish things to move the story forward, there's a fail state, etc.
Given the effort put into the animation for these remakes and that this is the first time FDC has been officially localized, personally I consider $35 each with a discount for both to be pretty reasonable.The Famicom Detective Club remakes look interesting, but not $35 interesting, even with the $10 discount for buying both. If it was $20 or less I wouldn't think about it, but paying $35 to $60 for visual novels not named Phoenix Wright isn't something I do every day. Are they really that good to warrant the price?
Are we getting a physical release of Famicon Detective Club in the west? Because that’d make the price more palatable to me.
I got it back, same colour (possibly same joycon, it just says "part replaced"), yay! But it still won't scan amiibo. Boo!Yeah, I was looking into buying the screwdrivers to open this up and saw a lot of posts saying they got the same colour back.
This is the exact text on the repair form: Please note that if your Joy-Con can’t be repaired, it may be replaced with a standard color Joy-Con (Gray, Neon Blue, or Neon Red). Maybe it's just to cover them if something goes wrong.
I decided to just risk it and send it in.