The Shooting Range in Headquarters Mode has tons of targets that you can shoot at, but it’s got some secrets as well. One of them is a secret shooting sequence that will unleash watermelons onto the range that you can smash to smithereens. Forget playing the game’s world-renowned, competitive multiplayer; shoot some watermelons!
“Your fruit killing skills are remarkable“.
So that was something that I tweeted a few days ago, and it kind of made me think that I should try to explain myself in a little more detail.
So, err… here goes.
My friend list on my Switch is looking pretty bare at the moment. I’d love to fill it with player activity so I can see what games are being played and what’s popular.
Feel free to get in touch and let me know your unique friend code, and of course, add mine if you’ve the time!
This here post is the second part of my Operation: Gamer Girl blogging series. An experiment per-say, and an audacious attempt to convert my loving partner in crime to join me in the ways of a couch-slobbing professional.
I’ve had my Nintendo Switch now for just over a week. It’s a wonderful system, but the home screen has been pretty bare-bones during it’s infancy. To combat this, I’ve filled all the empty space with some of the free demos available from the E-Shop. Currently, the Switch’s E-Shop could do with a lot of improving, it’s not the easiest to navigate and amongst other things, it could do with having a way of being able to look at all of the demos that are available for download. Nintendo has relied on its News channel to convey certain E-Shop information, but that’s just not ideal; if you’re picking up a system late or haven’t checked in recently, there’s no easy way to jump on the store and start downloading demos. There aren’t a ton yet, but unless you know exactly which games have a demo and head directly to their E-Shop page, you’ll have to blindly look for them.
To save you the ordeal of rummaging around, here’s a brief round-up of every demo available on the store as of 26th October 2017.
As much as it pains me, my girlfriend has literally zero interest in video games. It’s a harsh reality that I’ve come to accept over the past 8 years; but bizarrely, I feel that there is still hope for her yet! Through careful planning, slow encouragement and a whole load of commitment on my part, I’m hoping to convert her.
Calling all Nintendo Switch players, I’m in dire need of your assistance!
It was inevitable that through the pressures of WordPress, Twitter and just general envy that I’d eventually end up with a Switch of my own.
Well, when the time came, I succumbed. What I’d like though, is some advice.