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1、<p>Scythe: Digital Edition will be making its way to mobile devices, having gained popularity in the world of board games and PC gaming, publishers Asmodee Digital have announced. And luckily for you, there's a beta for the game for you to jump in on the action before it's live.</p><p>It should play similarly to its PC counterpart, with the same features, but only in your hand (as well as your pocket). You'll be able to choose the faction that you wish to roll with, take on other factions, and change the future of Europa.</p><p>Bring aboard workers to help build your empire, and dominate the other factions. Once you do that, the Factory will be yours. Gaze upon it with awe.</p><p>And don't forget the mechs. Mechs are a big key to conquering this 1920's war-filled landscape. </p><p>The strategies you choose are all up to you. Want to be aggressive? Go for it. Or perhaps you be more conservative and patient as you wait for the right opportunity. This is fine as well. </p><p>You'll have the ability to explore as well, before taking on any rival factions that stand in your way. From there, you can go on your merry way, exterminating the competition, as you ascend to greatness.</p><p>Online gamers can rejoice, as you can play not only single-player but also take control of your army in both local and online multiplayer. Multiplayer can go up to five players, so you can expect things to be pretty wild if you have a full house. </p><p>There's no word on how long the beta will last, but the folks at Asmodee have opened the sign-up page for anyone interested. When you attempt to join the beta, it will ask you to create an Asmodee account if you don't already have one. </p><p>You can check out the website for Scythe to see the PC version in action. This should give you a general idea of what the game will look like on mobile. </p>If you enjoy strategic games like Scythe, then check out this list of the top 25 strategy games on iPhone and iPad.<p>Nintendo is planning on bringing more low-cost games to the 3DS in the future.</p><p>Speaking to The Nikkei, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said that its classic franchises will be re-created for the 3DS based on smartphone-style titles.</p><p>In other words, cheap arcade-style games that are often referred to as "time-wasters."</p><p>The idea is to expand the range of games available on the 3DS in order to attract more people to it.</p><p>In the past, Nintendo has marketed the 3DS as a premium handheld with a library of console quality games that usually sell for about £30 - £40.</p><p>It's indie studios that typically provide cheaper titles on the 3DS's eShop.</p><p>But it seems that Nintendo's new move will be to tap into the appeal that quickfire games have on smartphones - think Flappy Bird and Threes! - making use of its popular characters as a selling point.</p><p>More trial versions will also be on offer soon in order to boost recognition of Nintendo's bigger titles, as well as to encourage more people to buy them.</p><p>One of the reasons for this, it seems, is due to sluggish sales of the 3DS this past Christmas. Iwata blamed this on the New Nintendo 3DS coming out at the start of 2015, meaning people were saving up for those, instead.</p>NintendoLife
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- <p>Finally after a lot of patience and agonising waiting, the celebrated ARPG Titan Quest has launched this morning on Android. Of course, it's a premium app but you sure get a lot of value for your money.</p><p>As many folks will know, Titan Quest has been out on iOS for several weeks and has received fantastic feedback, bar one of two issues. DotEmu answered the people of Android's prayers with this one.</p><p>There still seems to be a little problem with lag and frame issues but nothing that is causing an utter uproar.</p><p>At a whopping 1.3 GB, this game isn't going to be small. With players having already pulled in tens of hours on the iOS version, for £6.99/$8.99 it’s an absolute steal.</p><p>So head over to Google Play now to pick it up or, if you're an iOS user, head over to iTunes to get it for a similar price.</p>
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