Fresh to myself, if I had self-applied
"It won't be difficult; we are all cronies of Captain Jim. He will be as eager to see you as you could be to see him. Your grandmother shines like a star in his memory. But I think Mrs. Moore is expecting you. I'll show you our `cross-lots' road."The gorgeous adventure game Forgotton Anne will be getting a Switch release in 2019. The game launched earlier this May to PC and consoles and was met with very positive acclaim, but soon you'll be able to enjoy the fantastical world of Forgotten Lands on the go with the Nintendo console.
Elijah Wood is appearing in TV for ads for Lillith Games' popular idle RPG AFK Arena. The Lord of the Rings star in a known to be a keen gamer and the first in this series of adverts sees him neglecting the RPG he used to play in favour of AFK Arena.It's called the Cheat on Your RPG campaign and it sees Uzgahk the Orc feeling both dejected and enraged after he catches Elijah Wood playing a different RPG. He's in love with the more casual approach AFK Arena offers without having to grind endlessly himself. Still, I can't help but feel sorry for poor Uzgahk.
Nintendo has revealed that it'll be selling a Yo-Kai Watch Nintendo 2DS bundle in North America starting November 6th.For $99, you'll get a 2DS with Yo-Kai Watch pre-installed on it. Not a bad deal.Yo-Kai Watch is said by many to be the next Pokémon, both in its popularity, as well as in some of the show's similarities.The game has you hunting down mischievous creatures known as Yo-Kai with the use of a special watch as they cannot usually be seen by humans.Once spotted, you then battle them and can capture them to use in later battles. So, yeah, just like Pokémon, really.November 6th, the day the bundle will be available, is actually the game's release date on 3DS in North America.It's already out in Japan (where it's sold over 8 million copies) and will be coming to other countries at a later date.Oh, and if you don't know, the 2DS is made as an entry point to Nintendo's handheld systems. So, it's mostly for small kids.It doesn't fold like a 3DS so it doesn't break as easy and it plays a range of compatible 3DS and DS games in 2D.
Use serves to overcome dread.It's been in the making for some time now and we know you've been so eager to get your hands on it. Today Jagex announced that Old School RuneScape will be hitting out on October 30th. Better still, you can pre-order it on the App Store or Google Play now.First announced back in July 2017, Old School RuneScape is a fantastical MMORPG which combines traditional role-playing games with easy point-and-click controls. In it you can decide how you want to play, whether it's going solo on your own adventure or teaming up with other players.You've got 23 skills to get to grips with, hundreds of quests, plenty of bosses and raids to dominate, and there's an interesting polling system which lets you vote on how the game should be updated.We actually got our hands on the game back in July where we got to experience the in-depth tutorial and a good chunk of gameplay. Though it did run the phone a bit hot at times, it's a seriously impressive feat and worked around the challenge of mobile's smaller screen size extremely well.Old School RuneScape will also be cross-platform friendly, meaning you can be in the middle of a session on PC and continue on your phone if you need to pop out.Are you guys excited there's finally a release date? Let us know in the comments down below.
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS