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3、<p>Knives Out (not the Rian Johnson film or the Radiohead song) has made a surprise appearance on the Japanese Switch eShop. It's another free-to-play battle royale game, a remnant of a time before PUBG Mobile. News of the release first appeared over on Nintendo Life.</p><p>By the looks of things, the Switch version is a fairly standard port of the iOS and Android originals, fit with microtransactions and some really rather muddy visuals. Regardless of the existence of other, more popular mobile battle royales, folks still seem to be playing and enjoying Knives Out. Perhaps it's doing something neat and different? The tweet below, which also features several lovely screenshots, suggests the game is a lot more vehicle-focused than Fortnite. Kinda interesting, I guess.<p>So that strange Japanese free-to-play title is basically fortnite on #NintendoSwitch However you use lots different vehicles than latter. pic.twitter.com/A5eNugiPTp— Leigh Wynne (@leighwynne33) October 31, 2019Most of your time will be spent scouring the map for loot and improved gear, all while carefully taking on rival players in (maybe?) intense combat. Oh, and it comes to us from gaming giant NetEase, developers of just about everything that wasn’t made by Tencent. It reminds me of that other one, Rules of Survival. </p><p>I certainly like some of the costumes on offer, and the game seems a tad sillier than the more straight-faced PUBG, so maybe it's worth a punt on Switch after all? It's free, as I say, which is a very fair price. It also makes sense to bring some PUBG clones over to Switch if Tencent is in no hurry to offer its megahit on Nintendo's platform.</p>
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- Updated 5th July, 2:46 PM - Today the developers got in contact with us regarding The Little Acre.<p>If you've read our review of the game, you may already know that it was having performance issues and suffered from a bit of a game-breaking bug in my experience of it (I have an iPad Air). As such I decided not to score it until I could get a fair whack at it.</p><p>As it turns out, however, The Little Acre's graphical requirements make it somewhat un-playable on older devices. In the team's investigation, they found that the game doesn't run entirely smoothly on devices with an A7 chip and so it's recommended that you read into the newly-added requirements before purchasing the title.</p><p>Here's a list of devices that may have difficulty:</p>iPhone 5s (2013)iPad Air Wi-Fi (2013)iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular (2013)iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi (2014)iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (2014)iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi (2013)iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular (2013)<p>If you've got a more recent device, check out the game on the App Store now for £2.99/$2.99.A little bit of exciting and surprising news this week is that the PC point and click adventure game The Little Acre will be coming to iOS later this week.</p><p>If you're not familiar with it, The Little Acre is a magical little game set in 1950s Ireland which follows the story of Aidan and his daughter, Lily. After following a series of clues which could lead him to his missing father, Aidan accidentally gets transported to another world. Being the brave thing she is, Aidan's daughter, Lily, heads off after her dear ol' dad regardless of the dangers ahead.</p><p>This game is a lovingly crafted, hand-drawn, point and click which features two playable characters, a stunning score, and interesting perspective transitions between the two sides of the story. Having released on Steam last year, the game's received many positive reviews in its time and will no doubt feel right at home on touchscreen.</p><p>The Little Acre releases on iOS this Wednesday, June 21st, for £2.99/$2.99.</p>
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<p>Apple today announced that an app will soon be released that allows you to use your iPhone as a remote for your Apple TV.</p><p>This is a feature that really should have been available at the launch of Apple TV 2, but it will seriously please those of you in the habit of losing your remote nonetheless.</p><p>That's not the only good news for Apple TV fanatics though. Gamers in particular will be pleased to discover that support for four gamepads is also inbound.</p><p>So it's the perfect time to host that multiplayer tournament you always dreamed of.</p><p>More than that though, some games will now be able to require the use of controllers, bringing a much needed change to Apple's policy that should affect the way games are developed on tvOS.</p><p>New games are also inbound like Minecraft: Story Mode and Sketch Party.</p><p>Yes. You go ahead and dust off that Apple TV. It might actually have some use in the coming months.</p>
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