1、<p>23 years since its initial release, Arc the Lad, is getting a new game coming to mobile devices in Japan.</p><p>Arc the Lad R does not have an official release date yet, but it's being made by ForwardWorks, a Sony company dedicated to bringing old forgotten franchises to mobile devices. The team are also currently working on Wild Arms which is slated to come out later this year.</p><p>Arc the Lad R takes place 10 years after Arc the Lad 2 and will feature strategic JRPG combat, but from the looks of the trailer, it'll feel more modern and look much less pixely. Folks in Japan can already pre-register right now from the game's website.</p>
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2、<p>Outspoken game designer Markus "Notch" Persson has taken to Twitter to argue the ethics of free-to-play games with George Broussard, saying that free-to-play should be illegal.</p><p>Broussard, one of the creators of Duke Nukem, tweeted that "game developers who are elitist and anti-free to play games, will have to get over themselves."</p><p>Notch replied just minutes later, stating that "Free to play is bait and switch and should be illegal." He also compared free-to-play gamers to drug addicts and gamblers.</p><p>The conversation riled up a few more commenters, including Tale of Tales, who added "we recently 'got over ourselves' by quitting the game industry."</p><p>Notch previously spoke against free-to-play in a post from 2011, which said "people who think 'free to play' is a great future are mostly game developers, not game players."</p>
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