<p>We're nearing the end of Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy and its penultimate episode, Who Needs You, has just gotten a trailer.</p><p>*If you haven't played the game up until this point there might be some mild spoilers, so you've been warned readers*</p><p><p>The New Nintendo 3DS and the New Nintendo 3DS XL has seen an absolutely brilliant offer come through the doors as it offers up a trio of fighting necessities: Street Fighter Alpha 2, Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper fighting, and Street Fighter II: The New Challengers, and a huge amount of other goodies.</p><p>All digitally downloadable on the Nintendo virtual store on Thursday 28th July, the three Street Fighter games will be available for £7.19/€7.99 each – or you can buy two of these titles and get the third one totally free. Offer ends 11th August 2016 so keep an eye out for it.</p>Nintendo digital offers for 3DS titles this week include:<p>Power Disk Slam, an intense arcade sports game - £9.99/€11.99</p><p>Psycho Pigs, an arena-based action game remake of Jaleco - £7.19/€7.99</p><p>Three pieces of add-on content for Fire Emblem Fates – Fire Emblem Fates: IV: Light’s Sacrifice, Fire Emblem Fates: V: Endless Dawn, and Fire Emblem Fates: End: Lost in the Waves - £1.79/€1.99 each</p>Nintendo digital offers for the Wii U this week include:<p>Bonk's Adventure, an old-school side scrolling action game - £5.39/€5.99</p><p>New Adventure Island, a side scrolling action game - £5.39/€5.99</p><p>R-TYPE, a faithful port of the arcade shooting game - £7.19/€7.99</p><p>Letter Quest Remastered, a turn-based RPG - £7.19/€7.99 (until 11th August - £8.99/€9.99 thereafter)</p><p>Dragon Skills, 1970s-inspired arcade game - £6.79/€7.99</p><p>3 Souls, a 2D puzzle-platformer - £3.20/€3.60</p><p>Secret Files: Tunguska, a detective strategy game - £4.49/€4.99 (until 4th August - £8.99/€9.99 thereafter)</p><p>We'll update the article with links once the sale has started.</p>
<p>While we're on the subject of the Switch, looks like Beyond Good and Evil 2 is finally on its way...and it's going to be a Switch exclusive for a year. Phoar.</p><p><p>BGE2 codename is Odyssey. Exclusive to Switch for 12 months only, retail and digital versions. after 12 months digital on PS4 and XB1.— Laura Kate Dale (@LaurakBuzz) January 3, 2017 Beyond Good and Evil 2 is the sequel to the 2003 title Beyond Good and Evil (duh), in which we follow on from the first game. Little else is known about the game and its contents has been kept very wrapped up since its announcement.</p><p>Laura Dale is at it again as she grabs the scoop on the game from one of her trusted sources. Codenamed 'Odyssey', BGE2 may well be a timed exclusive for 12 months for the Switch's digital and retail versions. Once the exclusivity is up it'll apparently be released digitally on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.</p><p>Of course, this news'll receive a mixed response but we'll have to wait and see how it turns out. The game's not releasing until 2018 so we've got a little while yet to gather information.</p><p>Until then, Dale further reports that there'll most likely be a teaser trailer of the game at the end of the Switch presentation. Bring on the 12th.</p><p>BGE2 Odyssey teaser is done. Likely to be at the end of the end of Jan 12 event.— Laura Kate Dale (@LaurakBuzz) January 3, 2017SPG highway racing(Large currency)
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<p>Shantae and Mighty Switch Force creator WayForward has unveiled a new iOS adventure game that requires an Apple Watch to work.</p><p>It's called Watch Quest, and it will launch alongside the Watch itself next week.</p><p>The game spans across two devices. On your iPhone, you manage your kingdom and equip your hero with new loot. You then you send them off on an adventure, and follow their journey on the Watch.</p><p>These quests can take several hours to complete as your hero travels lands, battles monsters, solves puzzles, and searches for treasure. You can go on easy, passive quests. Or you can go on more difficult adventures with some short minigames to play.</p><p>Watch Quest will be free and offer one training quest to get you started. You'll be able to buy additional characters and campaigns as in-app purchases on your iPhone. We'll go hands-on next week.</p>A PHILOSOPHER witnessed from the shore the shipwreck of a vessel, of which the crew and passengers were all drowned. He inveighed against the injustice of Providence, which would for the sake of one criminal perchance sailing in the ship allow so many innocent persons to perish. As he was indulging in these reflections, he found himself surrounded by a whole army of Ants, near whose nest he was standing. One of them climbed up and stung him, and he immediately trampled them all to death with his foot. Mercury presented himself, and striking the Philosopher with his wand, said, "And are you indeed to make yourself a judge of the dealings of Providence, who hast thyself in a similar manner treated these poor Ants?'
<p>Redshift's 2009 RPG received an extensive visual overhaul when it came to Steam last year. The Quest HD is that version brought to mobile, and now that prettier experience has received its first discount, dropping to £4.49 / $5.99 for this week.</p><p>The Quest HD is a sprawling RPG in the vein of classic Elder Scrolls games, featuring an large world explored from a first person perspective, grid movement, and many hours of quests and side content. Your adventure is spread across four cities, with diverse wilderness between, as you make choices and define your character through classes, skills, and equipment.</p><p>The Quest HD is available on the App Store. You can also find the game on Google Play and Steam.</p>The desire for imaginary benefits often involves the loss of present blessings.
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