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1、<p>CounterSpy, the super stylish stealth platformer from PlayStation Mobile, is cheaper than ever right now.</p><p>Usually a hefty £2.99 / $4.99, it's on sale for just 79p / 99c.</p><p>Grab it off the App Store or Google Play.</p><p>CounterSpy combines 2D and 3D space to create a blend of side-scrolling platforming and third-person action.</p><p>Your mission is to infiltrate top-secret bases and steal missile plans.</p><p>Procedurally generated levels mean strategy and stealth, not just memory, is what's key in CounterSpy.</p><p>Our CounterSpy review was extremely positive, giving it a Gold Award for its "superb blend of planning and panic" that ends up being "a lot of fun."</p><p>Nintendo released the NES Classic and SNES Classic in 2016 and 2017 consecutively, so a Nintendo 64 Classic should be just around the corner. Alas, it’s not to be. Reggie Fils-Aime, President of Nintendo of America, announced that a Nintendo 64 Classic is not in the works.</p><p>In an interview with Kotaku, Fils-Aime explained that developing a Nintendo 64 Classic at the moment just doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, business-wise:</p><p>“We were clear when we did the first two Classic series that, for us, these were limited time opportunities that were a way for us as a business to bridge from the conclusion of Wii U as a hardware system to the launch of Nintendo Switch. That was the very strategic reason we launched the NES Classic system.”</p><p>Nintendo sees the Classic line of consoles as a limited-time project, rather than an annual release. Instead, Nintendo hopes fans will use Nintendo Switch Online for all of their retro gaming needs.</p><p>Still, when pressed on whether a Nintendo 64 Classic would ever be released, Fils-Aime said, “I would not ever rule something out,but what I can tell you is certainly that’s not in our planning horizon.”</p><p>So while a Nintendo 64 Classic isn’t totally off the table, it doesn’t look like it will be making an appearance anytime soon. Nintendo fans will have to seek their N64 fix elsewhere. </p>
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2、<p>Area 777 is described by creator Adult Swim as part tower defence and part slot machine. Which isn't quite right.</p><p>From the time I've spent with it, it seems to be all slot machine.</p><p>And what's more concerning is that by slapping Adult Swim's (and to a lesser extent Cartoon Network's) label on it, it seems to be aimed at teenagers or maybe younger.</p><p>The idea is to hit the 'Spin' button in order to send the 3x3 grid of reels spinning. If you match three symbols you earn some coin. And, just like real slot machines, it's all based upon luck.</p><p>The tower defence part comes in as the casino this is taking place inside has become host to an alien invasion.</p><p>So, occasionally, aliens hop across the reels to attack Chazz the magician. You must stop them by matching three symbols on the row the aliens are travelling across.</p><p>But, as said, there's no strategy here as it's all based on luck. The only whiff of strategy there is comes in the form of a 'Wild' chip.</p><p>You can place these chips anywhere on the reels and it will match up with any symbols to create a row of three. So, if you have two matching symbols in a row, the Wild chip becomes the third.</p><p>Once you run out of chips, you have to spend gems on them, and when you run out of gems you need to buy those with in-game coins or real money.</p><p>Later on, other chips are added that have other effects, and it seems you can also bet the coins your earn on the outcome your spins. That 3x3 grid also gets bigger, giving the gamble a higher risk by having four or more symbols to match.</p><p>All of this is a way of saying that Area 777 seems to be a teen-friendly version of gambling. There's little strategy to be found here, and it's the kind of game that seems to be making a dive for the contents of your wallet.</p><p>You can see for yourself by downloading Area 777 for free on the App Store at midnight.</p>
3、<p>Creators of Pokemon Go, Niantic has announced that a new AR feature will be heading to Pokemon Go soon, though it will only be available on select phones. This addition will be called Reality Blending.</p><p>Reality Blending will allow a player's Buddy Pokemon to interact with the world in a way that hasn't previously been possible. AR tech that's found in phones such as Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy S10, Google Pixel 3, and Google Pixel 4 will allow your PokePals to appear in the world in a more realistic fashion.</p><p>For now, this will be tested using snapshots in Pokemon Go. The aim is for Pokemon to physically go behind objects in the environment rather than simply floating in front of them as they do now. So, as you can see from the GIF above, this means they will disappear behind a tree instead of just moving onto it. The testing will start on the aforementioned devices before being rolled out to other phones at a later date.</p><p>Elsewhere, Niantic is working on creating a dynamic 3-D map of all the existing PokeStops and Gyms to allow them to implement other AR features in future updates. They're asking players to help out with this and will introduce a feature called PokeStop Scan, that will be an opt-in for level 40 players before rolling out to lower-level players later on.</p><p>This will allow players to upload videos from as many angles as possible of different PokeStops and Gyms. The videos will be limited to 10 seconds and will aid Niantic in developing the AR experience of the game. For more information on what this might include, check out the Pokemon Go Blog.</p><p>Pokemon Go is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for some Battle League tips? We've got some that will help you start on the front foot
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