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1、<p>400 episodes, eh?</p><p>You know when this thing started there was no such thing as an iPad. "Who would want a big phone that can't make calls?" they said.</p><p>And there were right. The iPad fell quickly into obscurity in the summer of 2010, only to be superseded by the Atari HoloPlate, upon whose bioelectric porcelain membranes I now type these very words.</p><p>This week's podcast is brought to you in association with HoloPlate, and features chat about the new Sega Forever program, news on Street Fighter 4: Championship Edition on iOS, and reviews of The Little Acre and the New Nintendo 2DS XL.</p>Download episode 400:MP3 (right click to save-as, left click to play)iTunes<p>Crossovers are certainly not unheard of when it comes to games and movies, however, Black Desert Mobile is, interestingly, breaking into fusing Netflix series into its canon with an upcoming crossover with recently released Netflix series Cursed.</p>News: Sword Art Online: Alicization Rising Steel celebrates the anime’s return with a campaign of giveaways<p>Cursed, for the unaware, is a recently released ten-episode medieval fantasy series which released onto Netflix on the 17th of this month. It's a reimagining of the Arthurian legend which instead puts a gifted teenager named Nimue at the centre of the story - ultimately she is destined to become the lady of the lake, but an army of red paladins stands in the way of her quest.</p>
2、<p>Kairosoft has been a fixture of mobile gaming for many years now. Influential, fun, and accessible, many of its best games have more than stood the test of time – a rare feat in such a constantly-evolving medium. The studio has now announced a sale for some of its most popular games, and so we figured we’d give you a quick heads up before it goes live on August 24th. </p><p>If the name Kairosoft doesn’t ring a bell, perhaps you’ve heard of Game Dev Story or Dream Town Story? The former in particular was a huge hit, eventually making its way to Nintendo Switch back in 2017. They’re enjoyable management games that typically focus on a specific industry; for example, game development or film production.</p><p>While I haven’t played them all – there are a lot of ‘em – I can absolutely say the ones I’ve tried have been really good fun. You can see their influence in many mobile games now, though I think you could argue that Kairosoft’s best games are yet to be topped by any imitators.</p><p>The first of the three games on sale is Pocket Harvest, which will get a whopping 80% discount. This one’s all about managing a farm, cultivating your crops, and making a living off the land. Obvious comparisons can be drawn between it and Harvest Moon or Stardew Valley, though it still serves up its own special experience.</p><p>You’ll also be able to get Pool Slide Story at a 40% discount. Here, you’ll build up and customise your very own water park, fit with attractions and rides. This is one that I haven’t actually played, though it must be said the user reviews for it are very positive.</p><p>Finally, we have The Sushi Spinnery at 40% off. As the name suggests, this one sees you managing a sushi restaurant, building up a great menu, and adding weird and wonderful features like a salad bar and a sumo ring.</p><p>If you’d like to keep up to date on all the latest Kairosoft news, you can follow the studio over on Twitter or make a quick trip to its official site.</p><p>The discounts are only available for the iOS versions. Here are the links for Pool Slide Story, Pocket Harvest, and The Sushi Spinnery. </p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.3rbgamer.com
3、"Likely--likely," conceded Captain Jim. "That's what _I_ said to him at the time. It was a vast more comfortable to think so. I didn't like the idea of him seeing things like that--it was real uncanny.<p>It's been a little while since we last chatted about Stardew Valley, but we know you love it. Better still, that promised multiplayer update is creeping ever-closer and hopefully we won't have to wait too long to get our hands on it. <p>Update on Stardew Valley multiplayer: still making good progress on fixing bugs, if all goes well it should be ready in about a month— ConcernedApe (@ConcernedApe) April 10, 2018 Earlier on Twitter ConcernedApe gave us all an update on how things are progressing. While they said the progress is good and could looking at releasing the update in a month or so, we'll have to wait a little while after that to get things ship-shape for the Switch edition.</p><p>I'll be interested to see the response to the multiplayer update once it does hit. Stardew Valley is such a calming, wonderful experience at the best of times that sharing it with another person can either make it better or a little bit worse.</p><p>I wouldn't be looking too closely at the four-week mark. When releasing on the Switch SDV announced its launch date a couple of days ahead of time and the developer aims for quality instead of speed. It'll be ready when it's ready, but we're looking forward to it.</p>
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<p>Spike Chunsoft has announced that Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition is heading straight for iOS and Android on August 20th. The news was first shared by Famitsu (via Gematsu).</p><p>This follows the release of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition back in May, which offered a bump in resolution, improved touchscreen controls, and even some in-game galleries to peruse.</p><p>It was a solid port, all told, though it did come with a very premium price tag. That said, you can currently grab it for $10.99, which isn't bad at all. Still, I'd probably recommend holding off if you plan to play the full trilogy, as I imagine we'll eventually see some sort of discounted bundle once they've all arrived.</p>
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