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4、"There are nearly as many Elliotts and Crawfords," said Doctor Dave, after the laughter had subsided. "You know, Gilbert, we folk on this side of Four Winds have an old saying--`From the conceit of the Elliotts, the pride of the MacAllisters, and the vainglory of the Crawfords, good Lord deliver us.'"
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2、<p>Ubisoft has announced that its arcade racer Driver Speedboat Paradise will be out for iOS and Android this April.</p><p>We already knew about this aquatic take on the reckless driving game series due to it being soft-launched at the end of last year.</p><p>You play as a young powerboat driver who is convinced by the Driver series's most recognisable face John Tanner to makes waves with the mafia.</p><p>You'll be performing stunts, using nitro, and splashing around with criminal kingpins on what Ubisoft reckons are realistic waves. That's important, apparently.</p><p>As you progress through the races, there are upgrades and ship parts to earn to kit out your speedboat, as well as entirely new ones to buy and paint.</p><p>It's a free to play game so there has to be some cosmetic upgrades, c'mon! Anyway, that's it for now, go rev an engine or splash in a puddle to celebrate.</p>And when in his fair parts she did abide,
3、<p>Modern Combat 5: Blackout was probably our favourite recent game in the FPS series. It captured the atmosphere of the military shooter just right, and offered up a whole bunch of multiplayer modes to sink your teeth into. Which is why we're pretty excited to be able to tell you that Modern Combat Blackout, which is based on MC5, is coming out for Switch.</p>Modern Combat 5 Blackout review - "A big explosion of guns, grunts, and buzz cuts"<p>This isn't a direct port though, it's been tweaked and tailored for Nintendo's hybrid pocket console. One of the most interesting things about the game is the customisable control options that it offers, allowing you to tailor the way you play to suit your fingers and thumbs - something we definitely didn't get in the mobile version.</p><p>On top of that there's all the multiplayer you'd expect from a modern FPS, and a single player mode that takes you all around the globe. If that wasn't enough you've got nine different classes to choose from - Assault, Heavy, Recon, Sniper, Support, Bounty Hunter, Sapper, X1-Morph, or Kommander.</p><p>The progression that you make in the multiplayer mode also crosses over to the single player modes and vice versa, so everything you do in the game is going to contribute to strengthening your character and getting you more awesome gear.</p>Please God, don't put Assassin's Creed III on Switch<p>In a press release Carlos Zarate, the Game Manager for Modern Combat Blackout said “The Modern Combat franchise is the benchmark for FPS games on mobile since the first installment was released in 2009. We’re thrilled to bring our successful Modern Combat franchise to Nintendo Switch players and have them discover a robust single and multiplayer experience.”</p><p>We don't have a release date for the game yet, but it should be landing on the eShop in the coming weeks. We will, of course, let you know as soon as the release date is confirmed. We do know it's going to set you back $19.99 when it comes out, which means it should be about £14.99 in UK money.</p>Towards this afflicted fancy fastly drew;