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<p>Kemco has a lot of RPGs out on mobile. So, unless you're an avid fan, it's likely that you don't own them all. Yet.</p><p>To help you out with your collection, Kemco is hosting a limited-time sale on iOS for nine of its games, and it starts today.</p><p>Here's a list of all the games with links to our coverage and the App Store. As you can see, they're all available for 79p / 99c, which is quite a bit cheaper than their full prices.</p>Link of Hearts - £5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c - App StoreRevenant Saga - £5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c - App StoreInfinite Dunamis - £5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c - App StoreIllusion of L'Phalcia - £6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c - App StoreBonds of the Skies - £5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c - App StoreCrystareino - £5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c - App StoreRusted Emeth - £5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c - App StoreChrome Wolf - £5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c - App StoreCovenant of Solitude - £4.99 / $6.99 ->79p / 99c - App Store
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非一般职场(Beta) MOD APK<p>Nintendo finally did it - after numerous rumours and patent filings, the company is bringing a new Labo kit that provides players with a simple VR headset.</p><p>Dubbed the Nintendo Labo: VR Kit, it looks a lot like Google's Cardboard headsets, since a) it's made out of cardboard and b) it has to be held in place by the user, rather than being strapped onto their face. Presumably so it's safer to use with children.</p><p>Included with the VR headset are the Toy-Con Blaster, Toy-Con Camera, Toy-Con Bird, Toy-Con Wind Pedal and Toy-Con Elephant, none of which have been properly detailed at this point. All we know is that they'll land on April 12th - we don't even have a price yet.</p><p>This kit comes in two flavours - either the full Labo VR Kit with the above Toy-Cons included, or a Starter Kit which comes with the goggles and Toy-Con Blaster. You can then pick up the rest of the Toy-Cons as expansion sets if you then enjoy your experience and want a bit more.</p><p>And coding fans can rejoice, as the Toy-Con Garage will also return, allowing you to mess with the included Toy-Cons and make your own VR experiences. That's probably worth the price of admission alone.</p><p>Now, on the face of it, this isn't hugely exciting to me. VR is a bit old-hat these days, and while Nintendo's Toy-Con additions to the goggles look like they'll add some extra dimensions of interactivity, it's doubtful that these experiences will provide anything particularly new or exciting.</p><p>That said, Nintendo does have a way of making relatively mundane activities a lot of fun with its cardboard peripherals. We absolutely loved the Vehicle Kit, and that was just a set of steering wheels and joysticks. Plus, coding your own VR experiences? Now that's pretty killer.</p><p>The Nintendo Labo: VR Kit hits stores on April 12th, and we'll have more info (like a price for starters) closer to the time. We'll also hopefully get our hands on it too, so keep your eyes peeled for all that and more in the coming month or so.</p>
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<p>Let's get something out of the way first: Lost Socks: Naughty Brothers is an auto runner.</p><p>Just like the excellent Rayman: Jungle Run, you don't move your character around. Instead, you jump, shoot and generally bash your way through levels.</p><p>It doesn't mean that the game is an endless runner though, as Lost Socks features more than 30 levels and no sign of an endless mode yet.</p><p>It may have been three years in the making but the art style is not dated at all and boy does it look gorgeous:</p>'"How mighty then you are, O hear me tell!