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Kotaku Sunday, March 27, 2022 7:30 PM

Beedle, the friendly travelling merchant from The Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, sure does get around, managing to cover almost every corner of the map during your adventures. Turns out he's got a secret to his breadth of coverage: there are more than one of them.


Kotaku Sunday, March 27, 2022 6:45 PM

A wide variety of games, both big and small, are out this week across everything from PS5 to Switch to Mac. Possibly the biggest and most interesting release is the next-gen console ports of Crusader Kings III. Very curious to see how that plays on a TV with a controller!


Kotaku Sunday, March 27, 2022 5:05 PM

One of the coolest parts of Elden Ring is the ability to leave messages for other players in the game's large open-world environment. You can warn folks of enemies, hint towards a treasure, or troll people with silly jokes or lies. And now someone has added this feature into Fallout New Vegas via a mod for the PC…


Kotaku Sunday, March 27, 2022 2:30 PM

Fortnite continues to provide millions of dollars in immediate aid for Ukraine. The latest update from Epic is big, announcing that as of March 25 it has raised over $70 million in aid for charities and groups supporting Ukrainians during the ongoing and horrific Russian invasion of the country.


Kotaku Sunday, March 27, 2022 12:45 PM

Popular online indie sneak-and-stab simulator Among Us is currently facing an ongoing DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack. According to Among Us developers Innersloth, the game has been offline in both North America and Europe for over two days due to the attack.


PCGamesN Sunday, March 27, 2022 4:32 PM
     Mythic WoW raid race ends after 18 gruelling days

After a busy 18 days, a group of players have won the race to complete World of Warcraft's Sepulcher of First Ones raid on the mythic difficulty. Blizzard Entertainment confirms on Twitter that esports outfit Echo has pulled off the feat, wrapping up one heck of a marathon.

While Sepulcher of First Ones has been available on lower difficulties for a wee bit, teams have had new mythic mechanics to deal with to keep them on their toes. One of the trickier hidden phases comes during the Jailer encounter, as he would get 14.4% of his health back alongside a shield at one point. As Wowhead notes, one Echo player swapping to an Arms warrior from Fury made a massive difference as the boss is subject to the Mortal Strike spell.

The hardest part of the raid, though, was the sheer length of the race. Blizzard typically issues fixes and balance passes to keep things ticking at a decent pace, though 18 days is no mere weekend away. Another one of WoW's top guilds decided to pause its progress and pick things back up on another day. Team Liquid initially flew to Massachusetts to raid together in one room, though fatigue and real-life commitments eventually caught up.

RELATED LINKS: WoW Shadowlands review, The best WoW addons, WoW Classic leveling guide

PCGamesN Sunday, March 27, 2022 1:16 PM
     Survival game Sons of the Forest release date is delayed

Developer Endnight Games confirms a Sons of the Forest release date delay that pushes the anticipated horror survival game sequel to late 2022. The game, which is basically The Forest 2, will no longer release in May as planned.

Sons of the Forest is the follow-up to the survival-horror game The Forest, where the player is the survivor of a plane crash and has to stay alive in the mysterious titular forest, with creepy cannibals and starvation just a couple of the dangers in store. It sold really well, so it's no surprise that the team is working on a sequel.

Endnight Games hasn't said much about Sons of the Forest, other than a creepy teaser trailer that dropped alongside the announcement of a May 2022 release date. Unfortunately, the developer now says that this date was "overly ambitious" and the team won't be able to make it. Endnight confirms a delay for Sons of the Forest - it's still coming this year, but not until the spookier autumn time.

PCGamesN Sunday, March 27, 2022 12:20 PM
     Player speedruns 10 LEGO games in less than 20 hours

A player has beaten the LEGO games speedrun record, completing the first ten TT Games-developed action-adventure games in under 20 hours - including the first four LEGO Star Wars games, on the eve of the release of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.

In the speedrunning community, it's called the Grunt% challenge - a race to play through the first ten LEGO games created by TT Games/Traveller's Tales as quickly as possible. It's called the "grunt" challenge because these are all the LEGO games made without voice acting, where the characters only spoke in unintelligible grunts. The list includes most of the LEGO Star Wars games, including The Complete Saga - a remixed version of the first two games - and the open-world game Clone Wars.

Speedrunner Chimkin actually completed the challenge last year with 21 hours 15 minutes but decided to go back and try again. This time he broke his own record and completed all ten games in under 20 hours, with a final time of 19 hours and 33 minutes - a new world record for the Grunt% challenge.

RELATED LINKS: Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gameplay, Best space games on PC

Twinfinite Sunday, March 27, 2022 7:37 PM
     Developer Qbit released a new video focusing on showcasing the progress done on its freeware Boeing 737-800 for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Twinfinite Sunday, March 27, 2022 6:45 PM
     Good Smile Company announced that the popular Pop Up Parade figures portraying Joker and Crow will be reprinted.

Twinfinite Sunday, March 27, 2022 6:08 PM
     If you're eagerly awaiting the second season of Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, today Netflix revealed a new trailer and the air date.

Twinfinite Sunday, March 27, 2022 1:45 PM
     Today third-party developers had new assets and releases to share about scenery-addons for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Twinfinite Sunday, March 27, 2022 12:05 PM
     Today, during the celebratory livestream of the 10th anniversary of Sword Art Online, Bandai Namco announced a new dedicated mobile game.

Siliconera Sunday, March 27, 2022 7:00 PM

Quintessential Quintuplets Film

The conclusion of The Quintessential Quintuplets is coming in feature film form, and TBS Animation shared a second "wedding" trailer for the movie ahead of its May 20, 2022 release date. The trailer comes as part of the Anime Japan 2022 event, an industry affair promoting new series and productions. It features new footage and voice acting from the final release.

The trailer begins by teasing images of the Nakano sisters in wedding dresses, before moving to a montage of the girls interacting with Futaro. Playing in the background is a the theme song for the Quintessential Quintuplets film, "Quintuple Paths." The song is performed by Ayana Taketatsu, Ayane Sakura, Inori Minase, Kana Hanazawa, and Miku Ito, who play the Nakano quintuplets.

Based on creator Negi Haruba's original manga, The Quintessential Quintuplets film closes out the story of Futaro Uesugi and the Nakano sisters. Futaro is hired to tutor the quintuplets, who happen to be his classmates. They're also infamous for their troublemaking and poor grades, making the first hurdle in his tutoring gig just gaining their trust. Similar to live-action series like How I Met Your Mother, The Quintessential Quintuplets reveals early on the Futaro marries one of the sisters, but hides the wedding and just whom he tied the knot with. The film will show this, though the manga story concluded in back in 2020. The film was originally planned as a third season of the anime (its first two seasons aired in 2019 and 2021). TBS Animation announced the decision to move from series to feature film in April 2021.

The Quintessential Quintuplets feature film will debut in Japan on May 20, 2022. The anime series streamed on Crunchyroll in North America and Europe. A second game adaptation from Mages, The Quintessential Quintuplets: The Five Memories Spent With You, goes on sale in Japan for PS4 and Switch on June 2, 2022.

The post Quintessential Quintuplets Film Trailer Teases the Wedding appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Sunday, March 27, 2022 5:00 PM

Persona 5 Dancing Ann Figure

Japanese figure manufacturer Phalaeno shared new images of a prototype Ann Takamaki figure based on her appearance in Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. The figure is in development, with an unspecified release date and price.

Specifically, the figure is based on Ann's corset dress from Dancing in Starlight. The figure also has Ann in the same pose as she appears in-game. In addition to a detailed leather-like corset and long boots, the figure also features stockings made of realistic fishnet material. While the prototype is unpainted, the final product will likely have her appear in red and black.

You can get a better look at the Persona 5 Dancing in Starlight Ann figure prototype and concept design below.

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Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight was a spin-off rhythm game released for the PS4 and PlayStation Vita in 2018. It features popular characters from Persona 5 dancing to original and remixed music from the original game. It is a recurring spin-off series, with other iterations including Persona 4: Dancing All Night and Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight.

The upcoming figure isn't the only example of Dancing in Starlight's continued popularity. Back in 2020, Good Smile Company released a Dancing Ann figure based on her key visual appearance. Amakuni also released a similar 1/7 scale figure of Makoto Niijima from the same game.

The Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Ann Takamaki figure is in development. There is no confirmed release date or price.

The post Persona 5 Dancing Ann Figure Prototype Images Shared appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Sunday, March 27, 2022 3:00 PM

We're at that weird point in gaming history when games we'd normally never see worldwide do show up everywhere. It's especially fun when that happens with something quite unexpected. You know, like with Phantom Breaker: Omnia. This is one of those fighting games we didn't get for a long time. It's reasonably obscure. And yes, by modern standards, it is lacking a lot of the fighting game niceties. There's no rollback netcode, for example, and it might not be as pretty or mechanically tight as an Arc System Works game. But even though it isn't perfect, I can't help feeling like there's still something special about it.

The first is that Phantom Breaker: Omnia continues that tradition of a developer building on a game over a period of years, refining it to make it better. So yes, the original did show up in 2011. In Japan, it ended up rebalanced and with additional characters in arcades (Another Code) and on consoles (Extra). This incarnation means rebalancing, the new characters Artifactor and Maestra, new audio options thanks to English or Japanese voice acting and new or old soundtracks. But more importantly, it's the only opportunity people outside Japan had to easily play it. Yes, people could have imported. But this is the easiest way to hop into the fighters. Which is great!

Sure, there is a downside that most people didn't get a chance to see it grow into its current form firsthand. But there's a lot of goodwill that comes from a game not only making a worldwide debut 11 years after its initial release, but doing so it perhaps its best and final form. It's definitely exciting!

Phantom Breaker: Omnia Isn't Perfect, but Still Feels Special

Especially since it expands on one of Phantom Breaker's key elements. After you pick a character, you choose your style. In the past, Hard and Quick Styles would be available. One is hard hitting, and the other involves quick responses. This version brings in Omnia Style, which feels like an all-rounder option. It is a midpoint between the two. It omits Hard's Solid Armor option and Quick's Clock Up for the sake of generally boosting a character's average stats. Which the game clearly shows you with attack, defense, and speed icons and bars showing how each one will change depending on the other styles chosen. Combine this with the game flat out telling you exactly what sort of fighter each character is when you select them, and it's incredibly approachable. It is okay if you don't know anything about the game! Phantom Breaker: Omnia will help you!

There's also the way that its story mode feels like a lot of older fighters. Odds are, players who come to Phantom Breaker: Omnia will be as clueless about what's going on as Mikoto is when Shiro-Mikoto comes from another universe and decides she needs to die. "What's an F.A.?" "Who's Phantom?" "Why is everyone fighting?" Since this is building on past games, there is a text-based Phantom Breaker: Extra Prologue packed in. This explains that the various competitors are Breakers with Fu-mension Artifacts fighting to apparently earn the right to have Phantom grant a wish. (It is never that easy or simple, as you might imagine.) But the organization has this classic feel to it, which is very welcoming in its way.

So is the fact that Phantom Breaker: Omnia, in this version, offers every mode you'd expect from a fighter. Major, original characters have storylines. You get Arcade, Endless Battle, Score Attack, and Time Attack modes. You can compete locally or online. Heading online means casual player match options, while you also can improve your ranking. Training is a bit more barebones than folks might expect. You can go into its options to set if a second player or AI will control the opponent and determine how the foe will act. (You can determine their actions, if they perform counter hits or guard, and determine if air recoveries or throw breaks are possible.) It's as well rounded as the Omnia Style, basically.

But perhaps what I was most excited about is what this does for characters not original to Phantom Breaker. Yes, GameLoop and Rocket Panda are handling it. However, this was a 5pb product. Which means it and the Phantom Breaker Battle Grounds spin-off include Steins;Gate's Kurisu Makise. And she's not the only Science Adventure person showing up. Rimi Sakihata is here too. Since Chaos;Head won't be appearing worldwide for the first time until 2022, I'll spare the spoilers. But Kurisu is perfectly in-character here. She has the right look. She's equipped with Future Gadgets. (Including multiple versions of certain types.) There's a reference to Mayuri Shiina in one of her attacks. Like the rest of the game, it's fun.

Phantom Breaker: Omnia Isn't Perfect, but Still Feels Special

Phantom Breaker: Omnia is one of those games I look at and go, "You know, I'm glad you're here." Because for so many years, it wasn't! This is a fun opportunity. It's executed well for what it is. We did get what is probably the best version of it. At this point, it's a novel piece of history that could be enjoyable to play around with alone or with a friend locally.

Phantom Breaker: Omnia is available on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

The post Phantom Breaker: Omnia Isn't Perfect, but Still Feels Special appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Sunday, March 27, 2022 1:30 PM

shirogane noel figma

During the first day of AnimeJapan 2022, Max Factory and Good Smile Company unveiled the painted prototype figure of the Shirogane Noel figma. Shirogane Noel is one of the VTubers in hololive. In the picture, the Noel figure is standing in her normal outfit and extending one hand. As a figma though, you will be able to move her limbs to pose her any way you like.

Here's a closer look at this Shirogane Noel figure.

There is no announcement or release window as of yet for when it will come out. However, as the prototype appears to be in the final stages of development, Good Smile Company will likely announce one soon. The Noel figma is holding a mace, and it is unknown if that is the only optional part that the figure will come with. There will also be a Nendoroid version of Shirogane Noel soon, though Good Smile Company has not yet shown off a prototype.

Good Smile Company first announced a Shirogane Noel figma during WonHobby 34 in October 2021. During the same event, Good Smile Company revealed that it would release figma figures of Rushia and Flare. As the Rushia figure came out in 2021, the takedown of her merchandise does not affect sales of this product.

The Shirogane Noel figma is in development and Good Smile Company will announce the release window, as well as pricing, in the near future.

The post Max Factory Reveals Shirogane Noel Figma Prototype appeared first on Siliconera.

Gamer Empire Sunday, March 27, 2022 1:08 PM

The first end-game PvE content you'll encounter in Lost Ark is Chaos Dungeons. You'll get your first set of end-game equipment from Chaos Dungeons, which you can upgrade to increase your item level to unlock more end-game content. Recommended Read: Lost Ark – Complete Guardian Raid Guide In Chaos Dungeons, you'll fight huge waves of […]

The post Lost Ark – Chaos Dungeon Guide: How They Work, Unlock, Wiki appeared first on Gamer Empire. It was written by Tim Stadel Clausen.

Latest Games on Play iDev Games Sunday, March 27, 2022 3:02 PM
     FERGGHANA PRIMARY ENGLISH GRAMMAR DRONES GAME 1 has 20 sentences. The students are to choose the correct adjective in each sentence by clicking on the drone con...

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     This ABCD Game Lesson helps the kids to learn how to arrange the mixed letters of the Upper-Case alphabet in their right alphabetical order....

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     This ABCD Game Lesson helps the kids to learn how to arrange the mixed letters of the Lower-Case alphabet in their right alphabetical order....

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     The Math Lesson for KG 1  helps kids to develop interest in addition and in mathematics as well. The press buttons have multi-choice answers to help the child ...

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PCGamesN Sunday, March 27, 2022 11:30 AM
     The Fortnite April Crew Pack headliner is a ninja catgirl

The Fortnite April Crew Pack 2022 is now revealed by Epic Games, so monthly subscribers can see the next skin they'll be getting for the battle royale game - and in this case, it's a purple cat-owl ninja assassin called Sayara who likes dancing, DJ, and death.

This month's March Crew Pack consists of the heart-breakingly pink Tracy Trouble and her skull-heart back bling, which will only be available until March 31. After that point, it'll be replaced with the April Crew Pack - which Epic has just announced.

The new skin, as mentioned, is Sayara - a masked ninja assassin lady with an owl-like mask and a mean cat impression, as Epic's reveal video below shows. It'll be available on March 31 at 4:59pm PT / 7:59pm ET / 12:59am BST on April 1, which is exactly when Tracy Trouble will go away, so make sure to sign up if you want to get that exclusive skin. As always, subscriptions cost $11.99, but that does also include 1,000 V-Bucks a month too.

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PCGamesN Sunday, March 27, 2022 10:39 AM
     Among Us servers down thanks to sabotage

Are Among Us servers down in the US and Europe? It seems so, as the social deduction multiplayer game is apparently under DDoS attack this weekend by hackers. Developer Innersloth is working on getting the servers back up but confirms - Among Us is sabotaged.

Among Us is one of the most recognisable indie games in the world and basically single-handedly popularised the social deduction game - including the part about the enemy team needing to sabotage key systems to sneakily take down the other players. Fortunately, Innersloth is taking the irony of Among Us itself being sabotaged with good humour.

As Innersloth reported on Friday, its servers in North America and Europe were hit by denial of service (DDoS) attacks - causing players to receive constant error messages when they tried to go online. Innersloth was forced to take Among Us offline to fix the problem, while jokingly complaining about having to work at the weekend (tell me about it).

PCGamesN Sunday, March 27, 2022 7:48 AM
     Bored of Elden Ring? Don't worry, Bloodborne Kart is coming

Bloodborne Kart is coming, for those that think that Elden Ring is great but isn't enough of a racing game. It's a tongue-in-cheek new project from the creators of the Bloodborne PS1 demake, and it's not an April Fool's Day joke. We think, anyway.

FromSoftware's Bloodborne is top of the list of best console games we wish were on PC, so for now PC users' only option is to play the PS1-style demake of Bloodborne which released earlier this year. We're also less than a week away from April Fool's Day, and last year the demake team made a funny announcement that it was cancelling Bloodborne PSX and making Bloodborne Kart instead.

Now, apparently, the team says it is actually, really working on Bloodborne Kart as a genuine game. Lead @b0tster has started posting development threads on Twitter. They plan to have multiple racers with their own unique karts, including karts and the cool Akira-style bike in the picture above.

PCGamesN Sunday, March 27, 2022 6:41 AM
     Portal 2 mod overhauls the graphics to Half-Life: Alyx level

A Portal 2 mod "in development for several years" plans to overhaul the adventure game's graphics to make Aperture Science look as good as Valve Software's most recent game Half-Life: Alyx made City 17 look - and Portal 2: Desolation will get a new story, too. So, Portal 3, right?

While we wouldn't necessarily call it an old game, Portal 2 is both an all-time classic and, well, nearly eleven years old at this point. Not only does Half-Life: Alyx look much better than it, so does a free game set in Aperture Science that Valve released to promote the Steam Deck.

The ambitious Portal 2: Desolation mod aims to change all that, on top of a brand new story. It's already been in development for a few years - we last heard about it in 2019, where it promised a more "unsettling" story in the Portal universe along with 40-50 test chambers of moderate difficulty and an average playtime of roughly six to eight hours.

Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Sunday, March 27, 2022 7:00 AM

Sundays are for watching The Undertaker throw Mankind off the top of the Hell In A Cell. Before you wince, let's read this week's best writing about games (and game related things).

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Twinfinite Sunday, March 27, 2022 11:33 AM
     Sega is about to release the story expansion DLC for Lost Judgment titled "The Kaito Files," and they just launched a new trailer.

Siliconera Sunday, March 27, 2022 12:00 PM

Sword Art Online Variant Showdown

Bandai Namco Entertainment unveiled Sword Art Online Variant Showdown, a new mobile game celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Sword Art Online series. The game will release simultaneously worldwide in 2022 for iOS and Android devices. Additionally, the company released a new teaser trailer for the game featuring characters such as Kirito, Asuna, and Sinon. [Thanks, Dengeki!]

The official website details the basic premise of the game. Kirito learns of Cross Edge, a new game that was reportedly created by a middle school genius. He then hears of a mysterious hooded figure in the game that attacks people and causes players to lose part of their memories. After remembering Laughing Coffin, Kirito and his friends decide to start playing Cross Edge to investigate.

The official website also offers information in various languages, including English, Mandarin Chinese, Korean, and French. There are no gameplay details as of yet. However, pre-registration for the game is available via following the game's account on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

Furthermore, there are also pre-registration milestone rewards, though it's uncertain what utility each item will serve. More information about the video game itself will appear during a live stream on April 2, 2022.

You can check out the Sword Art Online Variant Showdown teaser trailer below.

The announcement appeared as part of the ongoing AnimeJapan 2022 event. Last week, Aniplex also announced that the Sword Art Online Progressive - Scherzo of a Dark Dusk sequel movie would appear in theaters sometime in Fall 2022.

Sword Art Online Variant Showdown will release simultaneously worldwide in 2022 for iOS and Android devices.

The post Sword Art Online Variant Showdown Announced, Releasing in 2022 appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Sunday, March 27, 2022 10:00 AM

FFVII Loveless

If you've ever wondered how much it would cost to go see Loveless in FFVII Remake, Square Enix has you covered. In honor of World Theatre Day, the company revealed some key details about the fictional play including prices for premium tickets, as well as the full poster design as it appeared in FFVII Remake.

Loveless is a musical that originally appeared in Final Fantasy VII, featured prominently on a large billboard in Midgar. The musical also appeared in FFVII Remake with a different poster design. Derived from a book of poetry, the story is so popular that a street in Midgar was named after it. While initially playing a relatively minor role in both games, the poem-turned-play would go on to be a major plot point in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII.

According to Square Enix, there are actually two different theatrical versions of Loveless. The more well-known of the two is the musical. However, there is also a stage play version that shows every year in Midgar. Additionally, first-floor premium seats can cost as much as 50,000 Gil. In comparison, a single Phoenix Down costs 300 Gil.

Here's a better look at the Loveless poster and other images from FFVII:

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Previously, Square Enix also detailed the bathrooms and toilets of the Shinra building from FFVII Remake. It also offered insight and background information about Aerith's concept art as well as the Gainsborough house.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is available on PC, PS4, and PS5. Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 is in development.

The post Here's How Much FFVII Remake Loveless Tickets Could Cost appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Sunday, March 27, 2022 8:00 AM


Idea Factory International uploaded a trailer for the upcoming Switch otome visual novel, Birushana: Rising Flower of Genpei. It also revealed bonuses that will come with the Limited Edition. The standard version will cost $49.99. As of the time of writing, the IFI Online Store does not have a price set for the Limited Edition.

The trailer for the game is its opening animation. It features the song "Kimiironi Saku Hana," with Amatsuki (who voices Takatsuna Sasaki) providing the vocals. In the video, you can see the five potential love interests that you can date in the game, as well as their voice actors.

You can watch the trailer here:

As for the Limited Edition, the full list of items that you can get when you purchase it is:

  • Birushana: Rising Flower of Genpei physical copy of the Switch otome game with reversible cover
  • Steel game case
  • Official hardcover art book
  • Collector's box
  • Double-sided bromide set (5 cards)
  • Exclusive trading card
  • 2-Disc set (OST, audio dramas)

Idea Factory International first announced an English version of Birushana: Rising Flower of Genpei in November 2021. It originally came out in Japan in September 2020. In Birushana, you play as Shanao. She is the youngest heir to the Genji clan. However, she is hiding the fact that she is a woman.

Birushana: Rising Flower of Genpei will come out on the Nintendo Switch on June 28, 2022 for North America and July 1, 2022 for Europe.

The post Birushana Switch Trailer Reveals Otome's Summer 2022 Release Date appeared first on Siliconera.

Latest Games on Play iDev Games Sunday, March 27, 2022 9:44 AM
     The LOWER PRIMARY MATH GAME - SHOOTING FLYING NUMBERS is made for the lower primary pupils to help empower their mathematical skills through games. It is made u...

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     FERG KG VOWELS CANNON GAME 1 is developed for the KG and Pre-school pupils to help them learn how to use the vowels to form words. This game is made up of 35 pi...

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     Atlus released another of its daily trailers focusing on the upcoming JRPG Soul Hackers 2 and showcasing one of its demons.

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