A LION and a Bear seized a Kid at the same moment, and fought fiercely for its possession. When they had fearfully lacerated each other and were faint from the long combat, they lay down exhausted with fatigue. A Fox, who had gone round them at a distance several times, saw them both stretched on the ground with the Kid lying untouched in the middle. He ran in between them, and seizing the Kid scampered off as fast as he could. The Lion and the Bear saw him, but not being able to get up, said, "Woe be to us, that we should have fought and belabored ourselves only to serve the turn of a Fox."
<p>It was announced back in September of 2014 but The Sun and The Moon is finally coming tomorrow on Playstation Vita.</p><p>As we reported then, it's a speedy, hardcore platformer that looks tough as nail:</p>
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<p>Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition, the console version of the ongoing episodic series, has now been rated by the ESRB, signalling its release date isn’t too far off. This is also big news for PC-based fans of KRZ, as the launch of the TV Edition will likely coincide with the release of Act 5, the game’s long-awaited final act.</p><p>It comes to us from developer Cardboard Computer and publisher Annapurna Interactive (What Remains of Edith Finch, Donut County). It’s an adventure game that revolves around a secret highway which runs through the mysterious underground caves of Kentucky. And, ideally, that’s all you should really know plot-wise before going in.</p><p>You’ll meet and play as an eclectic mix of travellers as you continue to unravel the mysteries of the game’s weird and wonderful world. Tonally, visually, atmospherically, it’s unlike almost anything else – I cannot recommend it enough. Though be warned, this is a dense, narratively challenging game which will likely repel as many as it attracts.</p><p>Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition received a US ‘Teen’ rating, likely translating to a 16 here in the UK. Here’s the ESRB rating summary in full:</p>This an adventure game in which players follow a story about a secret highway running through underground caves in Kentucky. Players explore a variety of environments while engaging in dialogue with other characters. One scene depicts a doctor administering an anesthetic drug (Neurypnol) on player's character; the screen/text blurs and distorts from the effects of the fictional drug. The dialogue references painkillers and pills (e.g., "...unless you're planning to sell painkillers on the side..."; "She offered to share the pills...I didn't want to stop taking them."). The word “sh*t” appears in dialogue.<p>Outside of the game’s five main acts, developer Cardboard Computer has put out several ‘interludes’ that fill in gaps in the timeline and basically helped to keep people on board while the team worked to release the remainder of the game.</p><p>Kentucky Route Zero has been in constant development throughout almost the entirety of the last decade, so this has been quite the journey for its creators and many devoted fans. We’ll be sure to let you know as soon as this one makes its grand appearance on the Nintendo eShop.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games."Captain Jim is a good man, but he's kind of vexing in one way. You CAN'T make him mad. I've tried for twenty years and he just keeps on being placid. It does sort of rile me. And I s'pose the woman he should have married got a man who went into tantrums twice a day."
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