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皇家冒险团(Unlimited Money) MOD APK<p>It's been a busy E3 for leaks and this latest one, a post that went up a little too early at Digital Spy, is bringing us something cool - Star Trek: Bridge Crew, a four-player cooperative VR game that'll be taking place in the JJ Abrams Star Wars Universe.</p><p>We don't know too much about the game now, beyond that it'll be the first ever virtual reality game to be created by Ubisoft and developer Red Storm Entertainment. It'll be a four-player game that casts players as either the captain or an officer in the Tactical, Engineer or Helm aboard the starship Aegis, which will be 90% similar to the Enterprise.</p><p>So far it sounds like a VR version of Artemis Spaceship Bridge simulator, which itself was heavily inspired by Star Trek, so we've come full circle, but this time with VR headsets on and full motion tracking with hand controllers so you can wave at each other.</p><p>There will be randomly generated missions as well as a story campaign and it'll have a mix of ship-to-ship combat but also some exploration too. Star Trek: Bridge Crew is due towards the tail end of this year and you'll be able to play it on the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.</p><p>We should see more Monday night at Ubisoft's E3 press conference.</p>
<p>Fornite's just had its downtime which means version 3.6 is now up and running on the App Store. With the last update out less than a week ago this isn't a huge one for mobile players, but there's some interesting stuff to take note of.</p><p>Don't forget to check out our ultimate guide for all of your mobile Fortnite needs. Tips, tricks, newsies, guides, you name it.</p><p>Version 3.6 has three major points to touch on. The first gives you the opportunity to add a fire button to the right side of the screen. This can be enabled and disabled as you see fit in the settings (see 'Use Tap to Fire').</p><p>Next up, we've got a new item - The Clinger. Thankfully, it does exactly what it says on the tin. The Clinger is an uncommon grenade which sticks to enemies as well as surfaces. It takes 2.5 seconds from attaching to explode, does 100 player damage and 200 structure damage, and you can grab them in chests, llamas, supply drops, and the usual places.</p><p>Finally, when spawning in the holding pen - er - starting area, you'll pop up closer to your squad so you can muck about with them for the handful of seconds you're there. It's not particularly important, but it's a nice thought.</p><p>Read up on the full patch notes here. There are a handful of bug fixes and tweaks too, and a bunch of changes for the PC/console versions.</p>
<p>Back in 2010, a delightfully weird little game called Deadly Premonition divided critics but mostly found a place in player's hearts becoming a cult classic. Delighting those dedicated fans it was announced during Nintendo's latest Direct that there's going to be a sequel exclusively on the Switch called Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise that's expected sometime next year.</p><p>This was entirely unexpected but very welcome. The game will be set in 2019 Boston where players will follow a new character called Aaliyah Davis, an FBI agent who reopens a case that took place 15 years earlier. Her story will intertwine with none other than Francis York Morgan, the main character from the original.</p><p>Not much more was revealed but you can expect it to be a completely bizarre story full of memorable characters where none of them seems close to being normal. The original dealt with a 'whodunnit' scenario and just went utterly bonkers from there, involving the supernatural, unreliable narrators and reading coffee. I very much hope we get more of that in the sequel.</p><p>It's really great to see Nintendo bringing this series back. They've done it a few times before, most notably providing Bayonetta with a sequel that had otherwise looked unlikely. Most players would have been happy with a port of Deadly Premonition but an entirely new game is even better.</p><p>Fortunately, it's not an either-or scenario, that port is available now. The first game is available on the Switch eShop for £24.99 under the name Deadly Premonition Origins. So if you've never played the original you can pick it up on the Switch now.</p><p>Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise is slated for release in 2020 on the Switch. There's no concrete release date yet but we'll let you know as soon as there is.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.Anne had not noticed Owen Ford's ears, but she did see his teeth, as his lips parted over them in a frank and friendly smile. Unsmiling, his face was rather sad and absent in expression, not unlike the melancholy, inscrutable hero of Anne's own early dreams; but mirth and humor and charm lighted it up when he smiled. Certainly, on the outside, as Miss Cornelia said, Owen Ford was a very presentable fellow.<p>If you're in the UK and have a Starbucks nearby you can get beautiful puzzler Monument Valley for free. Yep, it's the Free App of the week at the high street coffee chain.</p><p>We know as it's creator tweeted it out just now. That's news hotter than any coffee you'll get at Starbucks, trust me.</p><p>All you need to do is pick up one of the Pick of the Week cards from the bar where they serve drinks, follow the instructions, and it should be yours.</p><p>Of course, you should already own Monument Valley. We gave it a Gold Award, don't you know?</p><p>Our reviewer said that it's a "brilliant, breathtaking, and brief adventure," and one that's "every bit as good as it looks."</p><p>You guide a princess across impossible architecture and meet a little friend along the way. It's clever and magical, all at once.</p><p>So, off you go, I don't care if you don't like coffee, you're getting that game right now.</p>
"If everybody stayed where he was born places would soon be filled up, Mrs. Lynde."Updated on October 28th, at 8:39: Whoops. It seems like the longest journey is going to be a little longer still, as the game will only be available in New Zealand and Australia for the time being.<p>A spokesperson for Funcom told Pocket Gamer, "We're using Australia and New Zealand as test markets for an initial release, and if all goes well we hope to release it in more markets very soon."</p><p>If you don't love down under we will, of course, let you know when you can get your mitts on the game in your territory.</p><p>Original story follows…</p><p>Funcom is bringing its classic PC adventure game The Longest Journey Remastered to iOS tonight.</p><p>We first heard word of this iOS port way back in 2011. The reason for the three-year holdup is anyone's guess.</p><p>Perhaps it's a matter of timing. After all, the game's episodic sequel Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey came out on PC and consoles earlier this month.</p><p>Anyway, this Remastered version of the game is the original game spruced up and optimised for smaller screens.</p><p>As before, then, you'll be following art student April Ryan as she shifts between two different worlds to ensure they don't become unbalanced.</p><p>It has fully-voiced characters, over 150 different locations to explore, and two dimensions to switch between.</p><p>You can purchase The Longest Journey on the UK and US App Stores at midnight for £4.99 / $6.99.</p>Thanks Christian V.
<p>If the Monster Hunter series has one problem, it's in finding new players. Common complaints from newcomers are the controls being clunky, and attacking too slow and unresponsive.</p><p>While I can't say these issues have been resolved - they're an integral part of why old hands still love the game - 4U does its very best to drop you into the core experience right away.</p><p>You're the only hunter in a new caravan of misfits, so it's your job to help out your crew and other NPCs by defeating big ol' beasties and completing the odd fetch quest as you travel from one base camp to the next.</p><p>Most quests from the guildmarm revolve around slaying, or capturing, a monster. These beasts would be bosses in any other game. They're often large, and can take the better part of an hour to defeat if you aren't experienced.</p><p>Indeed, a few monsters near the start of my journey took several attempts (a few hours) to get past. I was too hasty with my attack style at first, so I kept being knocked around until I failed the mission.</p><p>Monster Hunter is all about learning each monster's attack patterns and weak points, and which weapon type your play style is best suited to. It's a huge time sink, but once you're on the hook you won't even notice the hours melting away.</p><p>You can't level up your character in Monster Hunter. Instead, you boost stats with weapons and armour. These can be bought ready-made from the armoury, but it soon becomes apparent you need the smithy to fashion your gear if you want to make any progress.</p><p>The smithy can only make weapons and armour from monster drops, and it's recommended you work towards a custom set built around the skills you want to use most.</p><p>There are many more advantages in completing an armour set rather than mixing and matching. 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