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    <p>NetEase has today announced an all-new cyberpunk game for mobile. According to Niko Partners Analyst Daniel Ahmad, the game is based in a chaotic and dangerous near-future city. You'll assume the role of a badass bounty hunter, and there are some simulation elements thrown in for good measure, too.</p><p>It's no secret that a good number of mobile games hew a little too close to their biggest inspirations, sometimes to the point where the armchair copyright lawyers start coming out of the woodwork.<p>A look at NetEase's new mobile game project?Code: T?It is a cyberpunk themed game. Just a teaser so far. pic.twitter.com/uA6UqR8B6M&mdash; Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) May 20, 2020In the case of Code: T, however, the similarities to one game in particular &ndash; Cyberpunk 2077 &ndash; are especially jarring. From some of the specific imagery to the way the game's title appears at the end of the teaser, there's little doubt in my mind that NetEase is just as excited as the rest of us for CD Projekt Red's latest.</p>Project Ragnarok is a multi-platform open-world RPG from NetEase that takes cues from premium AAA games<p>While all we've got to go on for now is a brief teaser, we certainly get a feel for the game's world and many strange characters. It'll be interesting to see how this thing actually plays, though with the announcement having only just arrived, I can't imagine we'll be seeing Code: T anytime soon.</p><p>The reveal came as part of NetEase's 520 conference, which also unveiled the company's upcoming Norse mythology-inspired Project Ragnarok. Both games certainly sound very ambitious, though I do hope that future gameplay/trailers for Code: T can highlight the game's own sense of style and what exactly sets it apart from its most obvious influences.</p>In need of some high-quality RPGs to while away the hours? Here are 25 of the very best for iPhone &amp; iPad��

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    "Do you believe in him at all?" asked Miss Cornelia seriously.SAKURA School Simulator(Unlocked)Miss Cornelia snipped her thread off as viciously as if, Nero-like, she was severing the neck of mankind by the stroke.<p>The folks at Stew Games have announced their latest project, called Castle of White Night. It's a pixelated, first-person dungeon crawler that takes place in a Japanese style castle, and&nbsp;is available for pre-order ahead of its iPhone and iPad release.</p><p>The goal is to eliminate a wave of enemies and clear the castle by defeating "twisted souls" and there are a ton of them. Why do you need to do this, you ask? Well, not only because you're the chosen one, but because it will lift a terrible curse off of the massive castle.</p><p>Although it is classified as an RPG, it does seem to have a strategic element to it, with different prompts that will allow you to unleash certain attacks and defences. You'll be able to use the on-screen buttons to open chests too, to reward you for your hard work.</p><p>There are four character classes to choose from to suit your style of play when tackling the cursed castle. Each one has their own attacks and defences such as Falcon, a knight type character that focuses on melee attacks.&nbsp;</p><p>Aside from dominating enemies and bosses with your weapons, you'll be able to consume items to give you an edge in battle. There are health potions and other things that you will be able to use once you collect them.</p>

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    <p>Before Neon Chrome, Jydge, and Time Recoil, 10tons gave us the relentless onslaught that is Crimsonland's dual stick action; now it's bringing the game's enemy hordes and copious perks to Switch later this week</p><p>Crimsonland is divided between Quests and survival modes; the former challenges you with hand-crafted waves, gradual unlocks, and tricky objectives, while the latter floods the screen with massive waves of monster across several arena variations. In either one, you have only one goal: survive and reduce the hordes to gore with your many weapons.</p><p>Power-ups and an arsenal of shotguns, railguns, and more are certainly useful, but enduring in survival modes requires choosing randomized perks. These can grant you upgrades like faster movement, extra ammo, experience boosts, passive improvements, or test-your-luck enhancements such as trading health for taking less damage.</p><p>You'll be able to purchase Crimsonland for £13.99 / $13.99 when it releases on November 24th.</p>&#;�

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    <p>Google Stadia, the tech behemoth's ambitious streaming service, finally has a firm release date. The long-awaited announcement arrived during today's Made by Google event and was later confirmed on Twitter. We now know that it'll begin rolling out on November 19th.&nbsp;</p><p>For those not in the know, Google Stadia is a streaming service that aims to eventually work on any Chrome-enabled device. At launch, only Google Pixel phones will be supported, but that is likely to change fairly soon.<p>Mark your calendars! Stadia will start arriving November 19.Need a quick guide on what exactly Stadia is? We got you covered. Become an expert in all things Stadia just in time for launch. pic.twitter.com/iwbCQiJ0CH&mdash; Stadia (@GoogleStadia) October 15, 2019There are around 30 games available on Stadia at launch, with more set to be added over time. For example, it was recently revealed that Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 will be available at launch. The Division 2, Marvel's Avengers, and Doom Eternal are also incoming.&nbsp;</p><p>It remains to be seen whether the promise of playing mostly older games "anywhere" will be enough to get folks to fork over again for the likes of Destiny 2 and Borderlands 3. On top of the Stadia controller, the Founder's Edition pack &ndash; currently priced at &pound;119 &ndash; includes 3 months of Stadia Pro (Stadia's premium subscription service), a special Founder's badge, and a Buddy Pass.</p><p>You obviously don't need to purchase the Founder's Edition in order to get involved, but I'm sure many will nevertheless be drawn in by that sleek controller.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.�The First Tree Mod The First Tree v1.0 mod Features:You can experience the full content of the game for free.The First Tree is a third-person exploration game centered around two parallel stories: a fox trying to find her missing family, and a son reconnecting with his estranged father in Alaska. Players take control of the fox on a poignant and beautiful journey that crescendos at the source of life, and perhaps result in an understanding of death. Along the way, players can uncover artifacts and stories from the son's life as he becomes intertwined in the fox's journey towards The First Tree.Features:• Not a "fox simulator," but an emotional, intimate story by a one-man team with an ending you won't soon forget.• Featuring a gorgeous, orchestral soundtrack by acclaimed artists like Message to Bears, Lowercase Noises, and Josh Kramer.• A short story-driven game (about 2 hours long) with some light puzzle solving, platforming, and no enemies.Please note: A fast, modern device with at least 2GB of RAM is required to enjoy The First Tree.

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