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Of wealth, of filial fear, law, kindred, fame!<p>Would you look at that gif up there. Is that not the best teeth brushing you've ever seen in a game? I reckon so.</p><p>It's from Julian Kantor's rhythm-action game Psynchrony, which he quietly announced for iPad while 2014 was being laid to rest.</p><p>In it, you play as the young woman you can see above. Her name is Kay, and she's a writer, but her life has arrived at a difficult crossroads.</p><p>"In order to break free from the rigid rhythms of her daily routine, Kay must reach the center of her inner dream world and confront the shadowy figure who has haunted her since childhood," explains Kantor.</p><p>It seems that escaping these "rigid rhythms" is both metaphorical as well as a physical action that you'll have to perform inside the game.</p><p>When taking on a task, you're required to tap on the screen when thought bubbles reach Kay as they move inwardly at her.</p><p>Tap at the right time, matching the rhythm, and Kay will speed up, becoming more confident in the action. But if you miss she'll slow down and maybe stop if you're that bad.</p><p>The example that Kantor gives is brushing Kay's teeth, hence the gif above. What you can't experience yet is the music that accompanies the teeth brushing.</p><p>"Every time Kay takes an action, or gains momentum, the music will build in intensity," Kantor says. "And with every layer of music you discover, you will also discover a new layer of the story, along with new gameplay sequences."</p><p>In the future, Kantor says that he'll explain how free action and rhythm choice also affects the music and story.</p><p>So, if you don't want to miss that, keep checking the game's website.</p>
<p>Final Fantasy is one of the most established and venerated video game franchises to date and for good reason.</p><p>Square Enix's imaginative series helped establish the role-playing genre of games with its strong character-driven storytelling, imaginative fantasy worlds to explore, and combat systems.</p><p>Final Fantasy III, IV, V, and VI are now all available on NVIDIA SHIELD, which provides a great opportunity to revisit the series that has enchanted generations of gamers from around the world.</p><p>Here is why all four Final Fantasy games are must-play RPGs on SHIELD.</p>Final Fantasy III<p>Final Fantasy III centers on the tale of an ordinary village lad named Luneth, who, following an earthquake, enters a fissure that has opened up.</p><p>He soon discovers a cave beyond, gets set upon by goblins, then discovers a strange crystal that tells him he is destined for great things before magically transporting him back to his village.</p><p>This sets in motion events that will see Luneth and his small band of adventurers travelling to far lands, battling great evil, and saving the world.</p><p>This was the first game in the Final Fantasy series to sell more than a million copies, and for good reason. The developer made some innovative design decisions that really caught the public's imagination.</p><p>A system of jobs, or classes was introduced enabling players to assign any given job to each of their characters.</p><p>In total there are 23 job categories: Warriors, monks, mages, thieves, knights, ninjas, and summoners among others.</p><p>Even though each character shares similar basic abilities, jobs enable them to specialize in specific areas.</p><p>It's possible to switch jobs at will and with four characters in your party, that means there's huge scope for changing your line-up, experimenting with the results and seeing what is the best fit for you.</p>Final Fantasy IV<p>Final Fantasy IV focuses on the not-so-everyday tale of a Dark Knight named Cecil, a resident of the Earth-like Blue Planet, which is made up of the human Overworld and the dwarfish Underworld.</p><p>The planet is under threat from a sorcerer named Golbez who is looking to find four magical crystals that will enable him to destroy the world, a somewhat mean-spirited life ambition.</p><p>Keeping fans on their toes is what Square Enix does best so this time they ditched the job system, relying instead on having 12 playable characters over the course of the game.</p><p>More importantly a new combat system, Active Time Battle, was introduced. Unlike the previous turn-based system, ATB enabled players to input commands for their characters in real-time in the heat of battle providing much less stilted combat encounters.</p><p>It was a system that heavily influenced future RPG developers.</p>Final Fantasy V<p>Meet Bartz, a carefree wanderer who happens across a meteor that has fallen to Earth.</p><p>Through talking to other characters, Bartz discovers that an evil sorcerer named Exdeath - who was imprisoned 30 years previously - is trying to exert influence on four elemental crystals in order to orchestrate his escape and wreak havoc on the world.</p><p>It's up to Bartz and his chums to keep the crystals safe from Exdeath. What are the chances of that?</p><p>This fifth Final Fantasy game was very much an opportunity for Square Enix to consolidate all the elements that were great in the previous games and roll them all up in an even grander, more epic adventure.</p><p>The combat system is further finessed and the job system makes a welcome return in an expanded form with players tasked with collecting crystals to unlock new jobs then leveling up as many different classes as they care to use.</p><p>There's a boggling array of classes and options and it represents a major part of the game's charm.</p>Final Fantasy VI<p>Final Fantasy VI takes a rather different dramatic turn away from the previous traditional fantasy themes.</p><p>This time the game is set in a huge world comprising three continents featuring a fantasy / steampunk visual style and theme.</p><p>The enemy is the Emperor Gestahl who leads a ruthless dictatorship. The planet's only hope is a young, shy half-human former slave girl named Terra Branford who clearly has her work cut out for her.</p><p>In this sixth outing it's really all about experiencing this dramatic change in artistic direction. The themes are huge, as is the game world, which alters significantly as a result of major events during the story.</p><p>Then there's that steampunk flavor. Sure, there are still strong elements of fantasy and magic, but now we inhabit a world of steamships, railways, explosive battles and military hardware.</p><p>Plus, you get to take control of fourteen characters, which is significantly more than in previous releases.</p>Final Fantasy III, IV, V, and VI are now all available to download on NVIDIA SHIELD from Google Play for £10.99 / $15.99 each.Weak sights their sickly radiance do amend;
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<p>Red Dev's heavy metal slasher, Down to Hell, is set to creep its way onto Nintendo Switch on December 23rd. It's a brutal, bloody hack 'n' slash adventure game which sees you playing as a lone swordsman tasked with facing down the hordes of hell.</p><p>Gameplay looks to be a mix of Castlevania and something like Salt and Sanctuary. Enemies hit hard, so it's imperative that you learn to time your strikes and dodge out of harm's way as much as possible.</p>
<p>Blizzard has released the latest expansion for its free to play card game Hearthstone, named Madness at the Darkmoon Faire, bringing with it 135 all-new cards to play with.</p><p>The Old Gods have returned with their timeless powers of terrifying ferocity, and have chosen the Darkmoon Faire as the site of their homecoming. Iconic legendary minions including C’Thun and Yogg-Saron are making comebacks in surprising new forms, allowing you to tap into their astonishing match-swinging powers.</p><p>You’re also able to harness Old Gods Artifacts, which are powerful spells inspired by the designs of Legendary minions from Whispers of the Old Gods, one of Hearthstone’s previous expansions.</p><p>The Madness at the Darkmood Faire expansion also introduces Corrupt, a new Keyword that upgrades a card in your hand after playing a higher cost card. The Corrupted version of each card isn’t just stronger but features unique alternative artwork with eyeballs and tentacles.</p><p>Finally, Hearthstone Duels enters its Season 1 after a beta period occurred last week. Duels is the all-new game mode combining the thrill of PvP Arena with the unpredictable deckbuilding experience from the game’s Solo Adventures.</p>Raft Survival Forest Mod Raft Survival Forest v1.1.3 Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tips Features:Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tipssimulation app/game Raft Survival Forest v1.1.3 Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tips APK MOD is published on 1548984995.Download and install Raft Survival Forest v1.1.3 Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tips APK file (53.13 MB) .The version for Raft Survival Forest v1.1.3 Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tips is 1.1.3. Over 30 users have download this mod. They rate a 4 of 5 about this Mod. To install Raft Survival Forest v1.1.3 Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tips APK file. You android device version should be at least Android 4.1、4.1.11 (JELLY_BEAN) .Raft Survival Forest v1.1.3 Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tips APK works very well on 32 users's device. The size about Raft Survival Forest v1.1.3 Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tips APK is 53.13 MB.You can download Raft Survival Forest v1.1.3 Unlimited Bullets/A lot Tips APK to get unlimited money and win easily
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