Bidding them find their sepulchres in mud;<p>Final Fantasy Brave Exvius has recently hit an impressive 45 million downloads, a milestone that Square Enix has deemed worth celebrating. This will come in the form of a collaboration event with Final Fantasy II and players can expect a plethora of rewards and bonuses.</p><p>There will also be new units for players to summon that will only be available for a limited time. This includes characters such as Firion (Neo Vision), Dark Knight Leon (NV Awakenable), Emperor (NV Awakenable), Aileen (Neo Vision Awakenable) and Thoughtful Sister Maria.</p>
"I am afraid something has upset Mrs. Doctor, doctor, dear," she said mysteriously. "She got a letter this afternoon and since then she has just been walking round the garden and talking to herself. You know it is not good for her to be on her feet so much, doctor, dear. She did not see fit to tell me what her news was, and I am no pry, doctor, dear, and never was, but it is plain something has upset her. And it is not good for her to be upset."
<p>We're not beating around the bush when we say that Lords of Waterdeep is one of the best board games on mobile. And right now the D&D tabletop adaptation is on sale for a couple of quid less than usual.</p><p>If you're not familiar with the game, while it's set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe, it's not a tale of derring do underneath the ground. Instead it's all about subterfuge and city management above it.</p><p>Now that might sound a little on the dull side, but bear with us, because it's actually one of the best strategy board games around.</p>Lords of chaos<p>At review, for example, we called it "a superb re-creation of a popular and unusual Dungeons & Dragons boardgame, with excellent usability, tough AI opponents and little multimedia tweaks that really add to the experience."</p><p>It got a Gold Award as well. Those don't exactly grow on trees, you know. If you want to read the full review, then click here. Trust us, even if you're not into this sort of game, then you're going to find something to love.</p><p>And right now you can grab the game for £7.99 / $7.99. It might not sound like a steal, but you're getting so much game for your money it's hard to complain.</p><p>If that sounds like it might be right up your alley, then click here to be taken off to the App Store where you can pick up the game and get playing.</p>brewbakersrestaurant.comWith sleided silk feat and affectedly<p>Telehorse is bringing its 2D point-and-click adventure Steampunker to iPad on September 9th.</p><p>As you might have guessed, Steampunker is set in a steampunk world, and it's one that's being invaded by evil robots.</p><p>You help out "gentleman hero" Vincent as he attempts to save himself and the world.</p><p>To complete his mission, Vincent needs to fix a variety of machines and tesla-based mechanisms. So you'll want to get your engineer's hat on when tackling Steampunker's many puzzles.</p>
<p>Publisher Atlus has confirmed that the HD recreation of classic PS2 JRPG Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir will be heading west on PlayStation Vita (and PS4, PS3).</p><p>This HD project by the game's original creators Vanillaware was announced last week but only a Japanese version was discussed.</p><p>Last Friday, however, a North American version was confirmed to be on its way in 2016. Hopefully a European version will be coming too but that hasn't been announced yet.</p><p>The reason for that is probably due to it still being worked out by publishers. For example, Atlus brought the English version of Vanillaware's previous game Dragon's Crown to North America. But it was NIS America that published the game in Europe.</p>
<p>Everyone loves survival games - well, everyone loves developing survival games, it seems. There's plenty of the ol' kill-craft-kill more games on the Switch already, but Tesla vs Lovecraft developer 10tons is entering the arena with its own title.</p><p>Titled Dysmantle, or DYSMANTLE if you insist on following their style guide, it's described as an open-world action RPG where you'll need to craft gear, build up a base, and kill monsters to survive. So far, so typical.</p><p>What the developers are hoping sets them apart is that 99% of objects in the world can be destroyed for resources - basically, if you see it, and it's not mission-critical, you can smash it into tiny pieces. Theoretically, you could destory almost everything in the world, and then live out your days in the smouldering silence. Nice!</p>
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