<p>The upcoming New 3DS port of Xenoblade Chronicles will interact with the Shulk Amiibo, as a way for lazy people to get out of walking. Uh, let me explain.</p><p>One of the new features for the handheld version is a mode where you can view 3D models of the game's characters and listen to the game's soundtrack. You'll unlock items by using Play Coins - which are collected by walking with your 3DS.</p><p>But if you scan in the Shulk Amiibo, you'll immediately grab a bunch of tokens, cutting down on all that boring movement. Ugh, perambulation. What a drag.</p><p>Xenoblade Chronicles 3D is out on on April 2nd in Japan, April 3rd in Europe, and April 10th in the US. The Shulk figure is out later this month and will be a GameStop exclusive in America, meaning it will be as rare as hen's teeth. Good luck with that one.</p>Nintendo Twitter / Nintendo Twitter
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<p>Quick, competitive multiplayer is a growing trend in the PC and console scene, and it looks like Donut Games is getting ready to give the mobile side its share.</p><p>Today, Donut Games, the studio behind Traps n' Gemstones, released a few screenshots for their upcoming game Micro Battles.</p><p>As the name suggests, Micro Battles is a compilation of minigames centered on gameplay that is quick, competitive, and tiny.</p><p>Based on the screenshots, some of the activities you can expect to see in Micro Battles include plane flying, soccer playing, battle axe throwing, and cowboy gun dueling.</p><p>The devs have not confirmed a release date yet, but their official Twitter confirms both iOS and Android compatibility.</p><p>According to this tweet, Micro Battles will also be free to play.</p>Touch ArcadeBut with the inundation of the eyes<p>Spiritus is an upcoming open-world RPG from TinyNerd that's heading to mobile at some stage in the future. The full release won't be arriving anytime soon; however, there will be a pre-alpha released in a few months that apparently has a lot of content for players to try out.</p><p>Spiritus sports a pixel art aesthetic that remains very popular on mobile. The game itself will see players embarking on a journey to uncover the details of an ancient story. Along the way, you'll have to battle a variety of enemies, build relationships with other characters and customise your own, including their combat skills.</p><p>Some of the missions you'll have to carry out will include gathering enough money to fund the local school and eliminating bandits that have control over the villages. There will also be dungeons to explore, which will be randomly generated.</p><p>A big part of your offence will come through Magicus. There will be a library where you can take the time to study magic and discover powerful potions that will prove invaluable throughout your journey. On top of that, you'll be able to learn an array of powerful spells that can be used to defeat your enemies.</p><p>In a recent post promoting the game on Reddit, the developer stated that the game will be controlled through swipes for both movement and combat. They also added that although there is combat, at the moment Spiritus leans more towards being an exploration game with action segments sprinkled in.</p>
<p>It may have missed its September release date but gory sci-fi shooter Dead Effect 2 is definitely coming out on October 22nd for iOS and Android.</p><p>That's a fact according to developer BadFly Interactive.</p><p>We're pretty familiar with Dead Effect 2 around here and not just because we played the original Bronze Award-winning Dead Effect.</p><p>It was the runner-up at our Very Big Indie Pitch last month at Pocket Gamer Connects in Helsinki.</p><p>We also went hands-on with it back in June for a preview video that you can watch below.</p>The Ass and the Grasshopper<p>Cast your mind back a fair few months to January and you may remember our coverage of Super PowerBoy, the grand winner of the Very Big Indie Pitch in London. Well, our wait's coming to an end as the game is set to launch on the 1st of September.</p><p>Described in our previous article by Mark Brown as offering a 'Pixar-like experience', it's hardly surprising how a title as pretty as this can be a definite winner. However it's not just the looks that make the game worth playing.</p><p>Initially you see it as your typical platformer but the more you play the more you unlock for your vulnerable boy as he slowly builds up his armour into Hulkbuster-worthy badassery. Of course, each element has a use, such as the grind boots for grinding up rails, and so on.</p><p>We'll update you when the game drops on iOS next week so watch this space, folks, and get excited.</p>
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