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Updated on July 8th, at 19:57: DeNA has asked to clarify Shintaro Asako's remarks on the firm's plans with Nintendo.<p>The CEO said, when talking about the genres of the first five games, "I understand some people like RPGs, casual games. That's why we decided to work together to create five games, hitting on different genre-utilizing IPs".</p><p>Original story follows…</p><p>Rockstar has kicked off a huge sale on both the App Store and Google Play, allowing you to pick up such classics as Grand Theft Auto III for less than a lunchtime sandwich.</p><p>The third instalment in gaming’s greatest crime simulator is just £2.29 / $2.99 right now, quite the bargain for one of the best console-to-mobile ports in recent memory.</p><p>Grab it on the App Store or Google Play before it's too late.</p><p>Cult classic Vice City and original DS hit Chinatown Wars are also available for the same low price, with the latter an absolute must buy if you’re yet to try it on either tablet or smartphone.</p><p>Android users can find it here, whilst those with an iOS device should head this way.</p><p>San Andreas is also discounted at £3.99 / $4.99 and is a surprisingly excellent version of arguably the PlayStation 2’s most ambitious game. It’ll take up a hefty 1.63GB on iOS and 2.4GB on Android, but it’s well worth the space.</p><p>Controller specialist Hori is releasing a pad for iPad and iPhone. It's got lots of buttons, it's called the Horipad Wireless, and it looks like a cross between a 360 controller and a Dual Shock.</p><p>You can find a lot more information about the pad at Hori's official site by clicking right here. It's all in Japanese though unfortunately.</p><p>The pad appears to come with a stand that lets you prop up your iPhone or iPad. It looks like the pad has been designed with Monster Hunter in mind as well, which is no bad thing.</p><p>Whether the Horipad Wireless will make it out of Japan remains to be seen, but we'll let you know as and when we find out.</p>
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<p>Back in July we learnt that Hollow Knight's final DLC update would be coming to Nintendo Switch in August and will be totally free. Well, it's still free and it'll still be available next week on August 23rd, hurrah! <p>Exciting announcement alert! Hollow Knight's final free content pack is now called Hollow Knight: Godmaster!Still coming to Nintendo Switch, PC Mac and Linux on August 23rd - which is really soon!https://t.co/tSh1XCo1sQ pic.twitter.com/znUiL9VeQe— Team Cherry (@TeamCherryGames) August 15, 2018 Of course, that's not news to you. No, instead today Team Cherry revealed that it'd be changing the name of its last chapter to Hollow Knight: Godmaster rather than Gods & Glory because, well, it just sounds so much cooler.</p><p>Plus, Gods & Glory may also be a rather big name in the mobile gaming world, published by the ever-enormous Wargaming Group. But, hey, the new title sounds just as neat and won't get anyone in trouble, so how can we be upset about it? Not that we are.</p><p>We're still looking forward to seeing all of the new bosses, NPCs, secrets, modes, and more when the game concludes next week. How about you?</p>All kind of arguments and question deep,
<p>As reported by GamerBraves, there has been a new trailer for Diablo Immortal which has been uploaded to the game's Chinese website in the midst of the ongoing ChinaJoy 2020 tradeshow. It's also available to pre-register for iOS and Android there too, though there's still no word on a release date.</p><p>Here is what we've learned about the Diablo Immortal on the latest BlizzCon!</p><p>The trailer itself, which can be seen in the embedded tweet below, shows a whole host of gameplay snippets, and it looks to be shaping up nicely. You can see a plethora of the different classes in action, firing off their various abilities whilst slaying hordes of enemies.<p>New Diablo Immortal trailer from ChinaJoy 2020.The game is now available for pre-registration in China. Planned for release on iOS and Android. pic.twitter.com/VOH1qHQDwM— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) July 31, 2020There's also a part in the trailer that shows 10 different characters working together to smash apart some kind of horse and carriage, suggesting large numbers of players working together in PVP will be possible when the game eventually launches.</p>Krystopia: Nova's Journey review - "Point & click frustrations"<p>The release of Diable Immortal has become something of a joke among fans of the series who are waiting for the game to come to mobile. It was initially announced back in 2018, and we appear to be no closer to learning when it launch, though perhaps now we'll learn something in the coming days.</p><p>Diablo Immortal is available to pre-register now over in China for both iOS and Android. This can be done by heading over to the game's official website. As for the release date, we still have to wait, though you can pre-register for the game on Google Play if you'd like. That's been an option for a while now, mind.</p>Looking for a more traditional RPG experience to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad<p>Kriophobia is an upcoming survival horror game with fixed camera angles. That's pretty rare these days.</p><p>Considering that, it shouldn't be a surprise that developer Fira Game is hoping to recreate the atmosphere of classics in the genre. We're talking Silent Hill, Resident Evil, and Alone In The Dark here.</p><p>One element that isn't taken from those classics is the tank controls. Rather than having to steer the character, you just tap on the screen to direct them, like you do in a point-and-click adventure.</p><p>As to what the game is actually about, well, that's unclear at this time. Screenshots show a woman running around an arctic facility.</p><p>It seems that there are other people with her, some of which are injured, and lots of the machines need fixing.</p><p>She also carries a knife at times, implying that there's a physical threat to fight off, perhaps.</p><p>You may also notice a health bar and a back pack icon. It seems we'll need to heal ourselves using items collected in our inventory, then.</p><p>What really caught our eye about Kriophobia is its graphic novel art style. Combine that with the fixed camera angles, and you have a dramatic looking game throughout.</p><p>We're hoping to hear more about Kriophobia in the coming months. For now, we can confirm that it will be coming to mobile and and PC when it's released.</p><p>You can keep up with Kriophobia on its website.</p>
For getting the higher-level license, you need to complete the hard-level missions. Yeah, some of the levels have been made with unexpected incidents. For example, engines crashed in flying time missions has provided by the game. To complete those types of missions to get a certified pilot of the game. Start and complete the new career to become the boss of the flight simulation.<p>Blackrock Mountain, Hearthstone's second single-player campaign, is due on April 2nd (US) / April 3rd (Europe). Ahead of this, Blizzard has revealed all 31 of the cards that will be available with it.</p><p>These 31 cards will be obtainable if you can beat the adventure's 17 bosses spread across its five wings, as well as the class-specific challenges. There are five legendary cards and 18 class cards.</p><p>Worth noting is that Blackrock Mountain is a zone occupied by fire elementals, Blackrock orcs, Dark Iron dwarves and the black dragonflight. So you can expect cards of this ilk.</p><p>But we don't have to speak so vaguely of these cards because, as said, Blizzard revealed the final 14 last night on livestream.</p><p>You can see images of them all on the official Facebook page. But here's a couple of cool ones to have a gander at if you wish.</p>TouchArcade