Fire emblem engage divine edition had come back in stock recently briefly but was able to preorder so cancelled my base game preorder
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Very late report - I played Alan Wake Remastered sometime later and as I recall it, for me it was fine overall. Played handheld only and had a good time, I guess I must be blind or something. Caveat - I don't read DF/watch reports nor do I watch any comparison videos.Jokes aside, I heard that the Alan Wake Remastered port on Switch has a lot performance issues?
One of the Amazon-reviews (not mine):There is such a version? Would be great if it comes to Europe too.
Just a random comment in English here. I'm from Spain, so if you're Spanish or a Western European this can be helpful to you.
Item arrived in a few days, just four days from Japan. The game is a full, complete version. It has both DLC and all the patches. It also has all languages, including English, Spanish and I suppose German, French and such. It is also fully compatible with our saves, so you can continue your adventure with this game card.
In terms of collection and game preservation, this is the ultimate version of the game. Highly recommended if that thing is important to you.
Some titles are language locked by region. Xenoblade 2 and Splatoon 2 are examples of first party games that only had Japanese language on their Japanese Release. Shin Megami Tensei V is another example of game that the Japanese language is the only one available in the Japanese release.Regarding the language part, since the Switch isn't region locked every game will always be automatically in the language your Switch is as long as the game supports that language.