<p>Electronic Super Joy: Groove City has long been on our list of games to look out for. So it's quite the surprise to us that we missed it coming out on iOS yesterday.</p><p>What's even more surprising is that, on the App Store page for the game, it says you get a Steam key if you purchase it on iOS.</p><p>Not a bad deal at all - you'll be able to redeem that key for playing on Windows, Mac, and Linux.</p><p>Groove City is the sequel to Electronic Super Joy, both of which are hyper, musically-charged platformers.</p><p>You jump, dodge, and dance between missiles, lasers, and sometimes even run away from monsters.The plot is just as barmy. You set out to help a giant robot called JoJo get her Laser-Noodles back from the evil Dr. Swinger.</p><p>I told you. Oh, and you'll also get some help from Pope Boris the Super Smooth.</p><p>The result is 15 levels of promiscous checkpoints and brutally hardcore platforming.</p><p>Getting through the levels is hard enough, but if you want a high score you'll have to collect the stars.</p><p>These stars often sit just out of your way, deliberately testing your ability to squeeze out of a tough situation against the clock.</p>
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2、<p>Nintendo Switch is getting its first Monster Hunter exclusive in the west this summer, as Nintendo brings Monster Hunter XX to Europe and North America this August as Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate.</p><p>The sequel to Monster Hunter Generations for 3DS, Ultimate serves up classic Monster Hunter action with a few new twists and turns. The Switch will allow players to join up on local wireless multiplayer, with the option for online multiplayer as well. Whether you’re on the go, or playing in TV mode, you’ll be able to keep Monster Hunter with you wherever you go. As a neat little bonus, you’ll be able to transfer your Monster Hunter Generations save data to Ultimate.</p><p>