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Yeah, I was initially confused on that as well, thinking it was $50 + $20 before reading about it more thoroughly and realizing it is $50 total. I honestly don’t think that is a bad price, especially with the ACNH DLC being thrown in (which my wife will sink another 200+ hours into I’m sure).
I also am thinking this will be the last price increase/expansion for a while. When Nintendo adds in Game Boy & Game Boy Color games, I bet those will be part of the regular $20/year NSO subscription at no added cost. This will be to inject some new life into it, as it does seem Nintendo has "run out" of NES/SNES games to add (either because of licensing issues or just lack of interest on their part). And then when they add GameCube games (whoa boy will that be a great day!), I am willing to be those will be part of the $50/year NSO+Exp subscription at no added cost. GB/GBC games could be added-in at any time, but I doubt we would see GameCube titles for at least another year now.
I don’t mean to be that guy, but is there some reason why the Genesis controller costs a whopping $49.99? Right now, a two-pack of NES controllers is $60, while a single SNES controller is $30. The N64 controller costing $50 I am willing to accept – it does after all have an actual analog stick on it, rumble support, and the most buttons yet of a classic controller. All of which do add up in costs. But the Genesis controller? No analog sticks, no rumble, and it actually has less overall buttons than the SNES controller! I’m just little confused. Also, I am really glad I jumped on the N64 controller immediately as I can see it’s already sold out lol
Isn’t this the main plotline of the Twister movie, finally coming to fruition decades later haha??? They are trying to get the environmental sensors up in the tornado, and finally get the inspiration that they need to make the sensors flyable with helicopter spinners on them?