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"YOU know, Anne-girl," said Gilbert, smiling into her eyes. At that moment there were certainly two perfectly happy people sitting on the doorstep of a little white house on the Four Winds Harbor shore.tdgameclub.com<p>Android people, if you haven't yet picked up the Silver Award-winning Hitman GO then now is the time.</p><p>You can get it for the minimum pay-what-you-want price of $1 in the Humble Square Enix Bundle 2.</p><p>You can pay more for it if you want, but that's the minimum, and you'll get Hitman: Absolution and Supreme Commander 2 on PC for that price as well.</p><p>As always, you can split that $1 (or more) between Square Enix, Humble Bundle, and charities Games Aid and Make A Wish Foundation.</p><p>Our reviewer called Hitman GO "a smart and satisfying puzzle game, with loads of content and plenty of variation. It's also totally adorable."</p><p>It'd normally cost you £3.99 / $4.99 so you're saving quite a bit of money with this deal.</p>
<p>Well that was a hell of a Direct. Not one of my predictions came true (apart from a stray dream of Captain Toad DLC, nice), and it all wrapped up with The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening getting a shiny new 3D remake on Switch.</p><p>It looks like the same weird game from yesteryear - Link facing off against his regular enemies in top-down dungeons and the like, mixed with random cameos of Mario enemies. But this time it's got a lick of paint, and you can play it in glorious HD.</p><p>There's not much more info than that at the moment - all we know is that it's due out sometime in 2019. We'll keep you posted as we learn more over the next year, of course.</p><p>26 years after its original release, The Legend of #Zelda: Link's Awakening will be reborn as a new experience for #NintendoSwitch later this year! #NintendoDirect pic.twitter.com/2wsdTAVn8R— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) February 13, 2019<p>Garena has partnered with Netflix for a Free Fire x Money Heist crossover event set to kick off this September. The limited-time Plan Bermuda event will feature Money Heist-themed outfits, gear, and an all-new game mode.</p><p>The new mode will actually be called Money Heist. It's a 4v4 mode where you'll race against a rival team to collect as many banknotes as possible. Along the way, you'll be tasked with activating in-game printing presses found dotted around the map. It's not as simple as just pressing a button, however, as you'll also have to occupy and defend the surrounding area to keep that money coming. The first team to hit the required cash target within the allotted time will be declared the winner.</p><p>The crossover could probably be described as a full takeover, meaning you can expect the Money Heist theme to appear everywhere, from the Plan Bermuda parachutes and planes to the Money Heist safe on Spawn Island. The crossover will also introduce a host of now-iconic outfits from the hit series, including the red jumpsuits and masks.</p>
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<p>Last year, in March 2014 in fact, Sony launched its free to play RPG Destiny of Spirits. Now the game is being taken down on June 30th 2015. Yep, that's barely a year after it became available.</p><p>Sony gave no clear reason for this decision. But in the announcement post on Sony Japan it did say the game had reached a million downloads and that the "response has been incredible."</p><p>Leading up to its axing, Destiny of Spirits will have a "Fan Appreciation Campaign" that will bring back past raid boss events.</p>
<p>Earlier this year you might've caught the news that Jim Squires and Shane McCafferty joined forces to create the new label, Rocketship Park. Well, their first game Block Droppin' is headed to iOS and it's looking for beta testers. Block Droppin' is a mix between a sliding block and falling block puzzler. Starting out in the upper box, you'll have to create the right shapes that'll fall into the box below. You'll have to make the right shapes in the right places, meaning you'll have to keep an eye on the blocks' placement as well as the creation.</p><p>I know that sounds a little bit confusing, but it seems like a solid strategy game that'll be equally puzzling as it is intriguing.</p><p>Block Droppin' will be releasing exclusively on iOS later this summer, but if you'd like to help the team out and check out the beta you can sign up right here.</p>
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<p>Perhaps heralding the beginning of a new era of video apps for the Switch, YouTube has finally launched its own app for Nintendo's console.</p><p>It looks to be a fairly standard version of the usual app experiences - you can watch videos and livestreams, access your favourites, and so on. Nothing too spectacular, but still nice to have.</p><p>Better yet, it doesn't look like you need a Switch Online subscription to use it - as long as you've got access to the Internet, you're free to go.</p><p><p>Kick back and relax with @YouTube on your #NintendoSwitch. Enjoy entertainment like music videos and shows, plus gaming livestreams, how-to guides and much more. YouTube is now available to download from Nintendo #eShop.??: https://t.co/Hq9Vxh0lK6 pic.twitter.com/6eRFvkCtSr— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) November 8, 2018 Switch fans have been waiting for this for quite a while. The console has been out for almost two years, and this is the first time a major streaming service has finally landed on the platform.</p><p>Could this mean Netflix is next? Or BBC iPlayer? How about Crunchyroll? The possibilities are endless, so long as Nintendo is willing.</p><p>You can grab the YouTube app for free on the Switch eShop right this very second.</p>