<p>Square Enix has released Kingdom Hearts Unchained X[chi] on iOS and Android in Japan. But, don't worry, it will be heading west at a later date.</p><p>This mobile version of the game is based on the Japan-only browser game. It's a side-scrolling MMORPG in which you play as a Keyblade wielder during the Great Keyblade War.</p><p>It has over 300 short stages to beat that have you flicking the screen to attack enemies. There are also, of course, boss battles to take on and plenty of Disney characters to meet.</p><p>As you progress, you unlock more characters, some of which are playable while others will act as support during battles.</p><p>You can download the Japanese version of Kingdom Hearts Unchained X[chi] for free on the App Store and Google Play right now.</p>Leslie, looking out from the house up the brook, saw that every window of the little house was alight, and did not sleep that night.
1、SOME FISHERMEN were out trawling their nets. Perceiving them to be very heavy, they danced about for joy and supposed that they had taken a large catch. When they had dragged the nets to the shore they found but few fish: the nets were full of sand and stones, and the men were beyond measure cast downso much at the disappointment which had befallen them, but because they had formed such very different expectations. One of their company, an old man, said, "Let us cease lamenting, my mates, for, as it seems to me, sorrow is always the twin sister of joy; and it was only to be looked for that we, who just now were over-rejoiced, should next have something to make us sad."
2、<p>Fresh out of E3, Ubisoft has a shiny new trailer for Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Donkey Kong Adventure for Switch, to whet our appetite before it releases on June 26th.</p><p>The E3 trailer doesn't show us any gameplay, but it does give us a cinematic view of what a number of the levels might look like, including a dark and glowing jungle temple far underground.</p><p>The Rabbids and Donkey Kong will team up to smash, jump, swing, and blast their way through a variety of levels and enemies.</p><p>Missed the other announcements from E3 2018? Catch up with our handy list to every reveal on Switch and mobile. </p>3rbgamer.com<p>If strategy games are your jam you might want to give Immortal Conquest a look over, and better yet it's available today.</p><p>Immortal Conquest is a terrain-based strategy game in which you can create and manage your cities, expand them, and maintain alliances with your real-life pals. Aside from gaining access to limited resources, you and your allies must either band together or turn on each other to fight for power and rule the world.</p><p>In order to raise the most powerful army you've got to think smart and gather hero cards, each with their own abilities, to lead you to victory. Once the seasonal objective is achieved, the successful players win huge in-game rewards, and the map resets ready to witness the fight of power all over again.</p><p>If that sounds like your cup of tea, grab Immortal Conquest free-to-play on the App Store or Google Play now.</p>
3、'"But, O my sweet, what labour is't to leaveWith safest distance I mine honour shielded.
1、<p>It seems that Capcom cancelled not one, but two Dino Crisis games for the Game Boy Color (GBC) that were due arrive back in 2000.</p><p>The first GBC Dino Crisis game - the one we knew about - was reported on by IGN on February 3rd 2000.</p><p>It was to be developed by UK studio M4 Ltd, and would be a top-down action game. So it would work like the studio's 2001 GBC title Resident Evil Gaiden.</p><p>But what wasn't widely known until Unseen64 dug it up was that there was another Dino Crisis game in development for GBC.</p><p>It was being developed by another UK team in Fluid Studios. This studio's effort looked to retain the look and feel of the original Dino Crisis, but scaled down for the GBC.</p><p>It was to contain seven maps with 100 rooms, five dinosaur types (including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor, and Pteranodon), and four playable characters - Regina, Rick, Gail, and Dr Kirk.</p><p>It would have been realised with static backgrounds and text sequences. You'd be able to mix items in your inventory, store items in wall-mounted boxes, and solve puzzles.</p><p>You'd also have to react to "Danger Points," in which a dinosaur stood over the character, and you'd have to hit buttons as fast as you could to get up unscathed.</p><p>There's more details in the design document that Unseen64 has uploaded to its archive. Looks like it could have been pretty cool, but we'll never get to find out now.</p>Unseen64"Yes, but I couldn't resist the temptation."
2、"But--oh, it's so--so shameful," murmured Leslie. "To love him--unsought--and when I'm not free to love anybody."