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Two Tribes: “Would You Rather Buy A Toki Tori Collection Or RIVE Physical Edition For Nintendo Switch?”

Two Tribes is looking for some feedback. The dev team asked fans on Twitter what they would rather purchase. Would you rather buy a Toki Tori Collection, or a physical edition of RIVE for the Nintendo Switch? Two Tribes says that they are “checking for a friend”. We’ve included their tweet for you down below, so if you want to, feel free to check it out.

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3 comments

  1. N64 and gamecube collectors, collected some nice games to talk and look at.

    10 years later and

    Collectors have to look and buy games that are just iOS ports.

    Gonna be so boring to look at a full Switch collection in 10 years since it’s all bad mobile phone stuff as 90% filler.

    Sad collection, seriously, no passion, no love compare to previous gen collections.

    Even on Youtube the Nintendo collectors are quitting, leaving, low activity, or selling the whole collection because it’s so damn boring to buy, talk and collect iOS games.

    Rant over.

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    1. Toki Tori originally released on the Game Boy Color. It was remade as an enhanced port for WiiWare. This remake was later ported to iOS as well as Steam, 3DS and Wii U. They’re good puzzle games with zero microtransactions or anything else that would identify it as a mobile/iOS game.

      A game can be on mobile without having all the trappings of a mobile game that can be toxic to gamers. Often, they’re made in tandem with a Steam and/or console release simply because it’s another source of revenue for the indie gamer. If it’s not free to play with monetization constantly affecting the way a game is played, mobile games are just handheld games with a different control scheme.

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  2. Why don’t they just put both games on a single disc so people will be more attracted to buy it? Can’t imagine a Toki Tori physical game, the game is too short.. Rive on the other hand is an epic game..

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