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<p>The PS Vita hasn't exactly been a big handheld for a long time now, but there's still a small group of people out there who care passionately about it. Me, for example. You may have noticed since I took over at PG a sudden uptick in PS Vita reviews - that's because I love that darn thing. And I need an excuse to play it.</p><p>So it's devastating to hear that Catherine: Full Body will probably be giving the Vita a miss when it eventually comes out in the West. The plucky handheld's logo is missing from the game's official website, and a recent tweet by Atlus omits it when confirming Full Body's Western release.</p><p>Need more Catherine in your life?Pick up the original Catherine Classic on Steam right now!Also, get ready for the launch of Catherine: Full Body when it launches on PS4 in the West later this year!https://t.co/Hz6Gr7Km1h pic.twitter.com/k7J9tcVtcO— Atlus U.S.A., Inc. (@AtlusUSA) January 10, 2019 <p>This has all come about in the wake of the launch of Catherine Classic, a rerelease of the original game on Steam. Atlus seems to have been going round and updating its sites with new info, and in this sweep it would appear that it's quietly killed off a Western Vita release.</p><p>Keep in mind that Atlus hasn't outright said that Catherine: Full Body won't launch on PS Vita. This could just be a casual omission in favour of consoles that people actually still use, outside of terrible folks like myself. But sometimes the loudest words are the ones left unspoken, and it certainly feels like that's the case this time around.</p><p>Worse yet, now I actually have to buy the game on PS4 instead of scumming a Vita review code off someone! Truly, I am the biggest victim here, and I'll be making my local MP aware of the situation.</p><p>All that said, with Catherine Classic having launched on Steam, it wouldn't be hugely surprising to see it re-released on other consoles as well. Perhaps a Switch port is on its way in the future? There's not even a sniff of this happening yet, but I'll keep my fingers crossed.</p><p>Catherine is a deeply, deeply problematic game, thanks to its iffy representation of trans people and overt sexism, but I still hold it close to my heart as a brilliant puzzler and darkly comedic story-driven title. Here's hoping a Vita version of Full Body arrives eventually.</p>The land was tender with brand-new, golden-green, baby leaves. There was an emerald mist on the woods beyond the Glen. The seaward valleys were full of fairy mists at dawn.Simple and smooth operationSwitch between heroes independently and master your four different skills. You will have the best combat experience ever!
<p>Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, CD Projekt Red's card battler, is finally available for Android devices following a brief beta test earlier this month. If you took part in the beta, your progress should carry over to the full release.</p><p>If you know nought about Gwent, it actually started out as a fun diversion in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It grew so popular, even getting physical decks bundles with the game's DLC, that not one but two games spawned from it: Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales and a more fleshed-out version of the basic mini-game in Gwent: The Witcher Card Game.</p><p>I played a silly amount of Gwent both physically and in The Witcher 3. The version I enjoyed back then is vastly different and more straightforward than the iOS and Android release, which takes the core mechanics of the mini-game and expands upon them greatly.<p>GWENT is live on Android! Download now on @GooglePlay! ???? pic.twitter.com/bQl7MrRiE4— GWENT (@PlayGwent) March 24, 2020The original Gwent was good fun, but it didn't exactly have legs, especially considering the fact that you could spam the exact same tactics every round and inevitably win. Spies out first, give your opponent the first round, mess around in round 2 until they pass, then throw down your high-point siege cards and bring out the commander's horns.</p><p>If that made absolutely no sense to you, I'd strongly advise checking out The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in any of its many forms. It's even out for Nintendo Switch, so you've almost no excuse not so.</p><p>Gwent: The Witcher Card Game launched for iOS last year, meaning Android players have had to wait a fair while to take it for a spin. You'll find it available for download now as a free-to-play title from both the App Store and Google Play.</p>Searching for some quality multiplayer games? Here are 25 of the best for iPhone and iPad
<p>Google Play has been updated with two significant changes - one that is a move in the right direction, another that may prove controversial.</p><p>It's all in accordance with "consumer protection laws and current best-practices, ensuring a more transparent and positive experience for users."</p><p>The first part of the update involves in-app purchases.</p><p>The price ranges of IAPs and subscriptions that an app or game offers is now displayed on its product page.</p><p>So, if you scroll down to the bottom of a Google Play store listing, you'll see that this new information is displayed (as seen above).</p><p>Unfortunately, it is only the price ranges of IAPs and not what individual items cost. So it's not a lot of new information, but it's a start, I suppose.</p>I spy<p>The second change is the requirement for developers to display their physical address on product pages.</p><p>If developers do not provide an address then Google may restrict their ability to update and even publish new apps.</p><p>Continued failure to comply will mean that developers games will be removed from Google Play completely. So, yeah, it's a must from now on.</p><p>I've already seen a few developers mention (on Twitter) that they don't like the idea of publicly displaying their physical address on Google Play.</p><p>I'm genuinely considering removing my apps from the Google Play store if they are going to force developers to reveal their physical address— Stew Hogarth (@StewHogarth) September 27, 2014 The reason: it leaves them vulnerable to physical abuse. As it is, Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen received death threats online for removing his game earlier this year.</p><p>What if those people found out where he lived and tracked him down?</p><p>Hopefully, something like that won't happen. But that's what some developers fear this very public display of their address will lead to.</p>
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