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<p>In a new blog post written just yesterday, Ironhide announces that they're finally releasing a new game this year.</p><p>This one's a bit of a departure from their earlier titles in the tower defence series Kingdom Rush. You see, Iron Marines is an RTS meaning that you'll control units and expand your base.</p><p>And from the game's teaser and first screenshot, it seems like it'll have some typical RTS gameplay indeed with mineral extractors being one of the game's ressources and things like turrets being buildings that you can place.</p><p>We can't wait to see what else Ironhide has up its sleeve as we really really liked Kingdom Rush. If you'd like to check them out, note that they're all on sale right now on iOS and Android.</p><p>Here's the first teaser:</p><p>Abandoned asylums are a bit of a tired trope in the horror genre.</p><p>Given the hefty price tag on Medford Asylum, though, it has to be good, right?</p><p>Right?</p><p>In any case, you'll be able to try it for yourself at midnight tonight on iOS for £4.99 / $6.99.</p><p>Medford Asylum: Paranormal Case is a hidden object adventure game about an insurance investigator named Alison Ester.</p><p>After an abandoned mental institution scares off a team of renovators, it's Alison's job to show up and figure out what all the fuss is about.</p><p>Session 9, anyone?</p><p>Medford Asylum promises plenty of mysteries and riddles, a "disturbing atmosphere," and "an ending that you'll never forget."</p><p>See for yourself tonight... if you dare!</p>
<p>It's here. It has plummeted to the ground and, as every superhero does, performed a perfect three-point landing. Marvel Future Fight is now available on iOS and Android.</p><p>That's nice, you may be thinking, but what is it?</p><p>You can probably guess (with it being a Marvel superhero game) that it's free to play. That's become standard for these games now, it would seem.</p><p>Aside from that, it's an action-RPG that has you taking a team of three heroes of your choice to beat up baddies across hundreds of missions.</p><p>Core to the game is collecting and upgrading superheroes and super villains to outfit your team. They come in four different types: Combat, Blast, Speed, and Universal.</p><p>These 36 heroes available consist of Marvel classics such as the Avengers, Spider-Man, Daredevil, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and many more. You can get bonuses for forming "classic" Marvel alliances.</p><p>In the missions, you control one hero at a time, but the others will appear regularly to help out with devastating attacks based on their powers. You can switch between them all as you wish.</p><p>No matter who you put together, you'll be pitting them against villains such as Loki, Doctor Octopus, and Ultron. The story written by Marvel author Peter David explains all as you progress.</p><p>And if you've had enough of that, then you can enter online 3v3 battles to pit your team of champions against another player's team.</p><p>Fancy giving it a go? Cool, you can download Marvel Future Fight for free on the App Store and Google Play right now.</p>A willful man will have his way to his own hurt.
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<p>Star Wars: Commander officially becomes a Star Wars game this week.</p><p>By that, I mean Disney has finally decided to add arguably the series' most iconic figures: Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader.</p><p>Can you believe that they weren't already part of the game? Sure, Disney now own Star Wars and are doing what they wish with it, but to shun Lucas's most famous characters? Pah.</p><p>What's more, they're to be the first Hero units that have special abilities you can use to your advantage.</p><p>That's presumably Disney trying to make up for not including the pair in the first place.</p><p>Apparently, little Lukey and daddy Vader will be given as rewards as part of a limited-time campaign for the game.</p><p>All of that, and the update, will be starting from December 11th onwards.</p><p>If you haven't already, you can download Star Wars: Commander [download] on the App Store and Google Play [download].</p>Gamespot
<p>Just as promised, the latest Nintendo Direct gave us quite the inside look on ARMS and we finally know the complete rooster and the entire selection of modes available from the start.<p>Folks looking for an infiltration sim that will have you performing intricate heists have much to look forward to in the coming weeks--The Swindle arrives on Nintendo Switch next month.</p><p>