- Make It RainMOD (High Stats, Weak Enemies) v2.5.0
Break the rules and drive anywhere'For lo, his passion, but an art of craft,
O, that sad breath his spongy lungs bestowed,
PlayStation Plus subscription prices are to increase in the UK later this year, Sony has confirmed.From the start of September, the costs of one month and three month subscriptions will go up.They currently stand at £5.49 and £11.99 respectively, though we don't know what the new fees will be.They'll apparently be "in line with market conditions", however. Flea market conditions, perhaps? Here's hoping.Yearly subscriptions – currently £39.99 – will not change in price.It's unclear whether the rest of the world will suffer similar price hikes, but we do know that the changes affect all one or three month PS Plus users, regardless of chosen platform(s).The changes will take effect for new subscription purchases from September 1, so get subscribing before then to avoid the increases.GameSpot"She is going to think it over and decide very soon."
THE MEMBERS of the Body rebelled against the Belly, and said, "Why should we be perpetually engaged in administering to your wants, while you do nothing but take your rest, and enjoy yourself in luxury and self-indulgence?' The Members carried out their resolve and refused their assistance to the Belly. The whole Body quickly became debilitated, and the hands, feet, mouth, and eyes, when too late, repented of their folly.Ubisoft's intriguing auto chess/battle royale hybrid, Might & Magic: Chess Royale, has now arrived on iOS and Android. At its heart, the game is a 100-player auto-battler set in the fantasy universe of Might & Magic.While it may be an interesting mix of two incredibly popular genres, there's no doubt it's still launching to some very stiff competition in Dota Underlords, Chess Rush, and Auto Chess itself.