Since its global release last year, Onmyoji has been thrilling fans of mobile JRPGs with its blend of traditional mythology, anime-style artwork and gacha gameplay. Its story is rooted firmly in the Heian period of 794-1185AD, a time when wild tales of powerful masters (onmyoji) and their summoned spirits (shikigami) dominated Japanese folklore. In Onmyoji, these myths are real, and the shikigami available for you to capture, command and battle.To mark the game’s first anniversary, developer NetEase is introducing some brand new content for you to play with. Here’s what to look forward to in the latest update.First, there are two new shikigami to add to your collection. Inferno Ibaraki Doji is an SP shikigami with a fiery temper. Once a likeable rogue, this silver-haired warrior has turned to the dark side, showing no mercy towards his enemies as he engulfs them in flames. To improve your chances of summoning Inferno Ibaraki Doji, NetEase is holding four special summoning events, the first of which gets underway today. During these events, your chance of bagging an Inferno Ibaraki Doji is much higher.The second new shikigami is Jinmenju, a devilish tree spirit. This guy’s bark is worse than his bite – blood-red flowers springs from its skin, bringing with them a curse against humanity. Dark stuff. As with Inferno Ibaraki Doji, the best time to try and summon Jinmenju is during the special events. Visit the official Facebook page for updates.Onmyoji’s main story is also receiving two new chapters. Chapter 27 takes Seimei and co. to the seaside, but not to build sandcastles. Word has reached him that villagers are being lured into the ocean, never to be seen again. But lured by what exactly? There’s only one way to find out. Chapter 28 has something to do with the recent SSR Menreiki and her many masks – but beyond that, it’s a mystery.
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Today, Wargaming.net unveiled a teaser for the forthcoming 2.0 update of World of Tanks Blitz in the form of a jigsaw puzzle.But we're having none of it. Screw that jigsaw puzzle to high heaven. Off with you.Instead of settling for a teaser we bounced our way over to the Russian version of the World of Tanks Blitz website where Wargaming.net just straight up told readers what the 2.0 version would contain.That's more like it.According to that post, World of Tanks Blitz will add clan support. You'll be able to create clans and manage them and even view your clan's statistics.However, there's no word on the possibility of clan battles as that's still being worked out.The 2.0 update will also let you change the graphics settings, and brings some changes to existing maps and tanks.We'll hopefully have more details on this 2.0 update when Wargaming.net decides to stop teasing English speakers.Thanks @AlexGol95
Hi everyone, my name is Clément Renaudin (also known as Killercow on the interweb) and I'm the new News Editor here on Pocket Gamer, starting today!This will sound a bit "cliché" but I've been in love with the App Store and mobile devices from the start.Right from the instant I got my first iPod Touch (can you believe that thing only had 128mb of ram and a 400 mhz processor?), I saw the potential of the platform.It wasn't for the apps, of course (those weren't even available at the time), but the sheer tactile nature of the beast, and the ease of use of the platform. It was revolutionary for a handheld, "all in one" device.From the moment the App Store was turned on, the sky became the limit and every day you had at least one new app or game to play with.And most importantly, It became a platform where it didn't matter if you played games before, anyone could join in on the fun.To my biggest surprise, this became a device that my dad could play with and finish games on. He was owning people on Angry Birds and clearing every level of Monument Valley in record time.I guess it all seems like a given now, but reflecting upon it, the mobile ecosystem really grew a lot in a short amount of time.It feels like an accelerated version of what the consoles and especially what the PC experienced (albeit at a much faster pace) and it became my new platform of choice for a lot of games and activities.It may have its own problems to face ("Free-to-play is ruining everything!", "Premium games are dying!") but it's this breadth of games, genres, and business models that makes mobile gaming strong.There's a new app for everyone every day. This, in of itself, makes it a groundbreaking achievement.The inventiveness and ingenuity I see each day on mobile is the reason why I wanted to write about it.Sadly those qualities alone aren't enough to succeed in a crowded market, Apple's App Store and Google's Play Store are in dire need of more discoverability options (let's not even mention tvOS here) so a good feed of news, that acts as a filter for all those new apps released daily, is needed.And that's exactly what I look forward to bringing you here. Every bit of news I can find about new and unique apps and games that you (hopefully) won't have seen nor heard anywhere else.I hope this year will be filled with great games for everyone, may you be a casual, hardcore, midcore gamer, or whatever you want to call yourself.
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