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1、<p>Though it feels like ages since anyone said anything about Brawl Stars, it's still flowing, growing, and updating, and next week it'll be getting another round of balance changes.</p><p>This isn't the complete list of changes, but it is a little sneak peek (as they say on their Reddit post) into what we can expect. The three major points to take note of are:</p>"Crow is getting a nerf! (Along with many more balance changes)Tickets will become permanent and will no longer expire after an event (this will begin after the update drops next week)Coin Boosters are being removed from the Shop. You’ll still be able to keep your current Coin Boosters until they expire. Additionally Coin Doublers will drop twice as often in Brawl Boxes (basically taking the spots of the Coin Boosters)."<p>As to why they're removing the Coin Boosters, Supercell said there were two reasons. One: to give themselves a little 'wiggle room in case they want to introduce an event that injects a lot of Coins into the economy without breaking it'. Two: to avoid players hoarding their Brawl Boxes before an event.</p><p>In the comments people are also calling out for the elimination of the 10 Token drops. In response to this, however, Supercell has explained that: "The 10 Token drop is certainly less valuable than 1 Elixir, however now there's a much greater chance of being able to get Pins, Medals, Badges, Crests, and Star Powers which provide a much higher value."</p><p>You can read the full post here.</p>
2、"Well, there's something to be said for large families," said Miss Cornelia, with a sigh. "I was an only child for eight years and I did long for a brother and sister. Mother told me to pray for one--and pray I did, believe ME. Well, one day Aunt Nellie came to me and said, `Cornelia, there is a little brother for you upstairs in your ma's room. You can go up and see him.' I was so excited and delighted I just flew upstairs. And old Mrs. Flagg lifted up the baby for me to see. Lord, Anne, dearie, I never was so disappointed in my life. You see, I'd been praying for A BROTHER TWO YEARS OLDER THAN MYSELF."downloadapkinstaller.com<p>If the Monster Hunter series has one problem, it's in finding new players. Common complaints from newcomers are the controls being clunky, and attacking too slow and unresponsive.</p><p>While I can't say these issues have been resolved - they're an integral part of why old hands still love the game - 4U does its very best to drop you into the core experience right away.</p><p>You're the only hunter in a new caravan of misfits, so it's your job to help out your crew and other NPCs by defeating big ol' beasties and completing the odd fetch quest as you travel from one base camp to the next.</p><p>Most quests from the guildmarm revolve around slaying, or capturing, a monster. These beasts would be bosses in any other game. They're often large, and can take the better part of an hour to defeat if you aren't experienced.</p><p>Indeed, a few monsters near the start of my journey took several attempts (a few hours) to get past. I was too hasty with my attack style at first, so I kept being knocked around until I failed the mission.</p><p>Monster Hunter is all about learning each monster's attack patterns and weak points, and which weapon type your play style is best suited to. It's a huge time sink, but once you're on the hook you won't even notice the hours melting away.</p><p>You can't level up your character in Monster Hunter. Instead, you boost stats with weapons and armour. These can be bought ready-made from the armoury, but it soon becomes apparent you need the smithy to fashion your gear if you want to make any progress.</p><p>The smithy can only make weapons and armour from monster drops, and it's recommended you work towards a custom set built around the skills you want to use most.</p><p>There are many more advantages in completing an armour set rather than mixing and matching. It's not just about defence, but also skills like improved evasion, resistance, gathering skills, or even chances to stun enemies.</p><p>Peculiarly, there's a shared sentiment between Monster Hunter and Animal Crossing. Acquiring monster parts to complete sets of armour isn't unlike maxing my feng shui rating with a furniture set, and there's a seemingly neverending number of weapon and armour combinations to discover.</p><p>That's not all you're collecting though. Scattered across each map are ore deposits, bug nests, fishing spots, and berry bushes. Many of the items you'll find at each can't be bought, and combining them is key for stronger potions, ammo, and even smithy goods.</p><p>You'll start the game with a default Palico, formerly known as a Felyne. This kitty will join you on the battlefield and help fend off monsters, heal you, and gather the occasional batch of spoils.</p><p>More are recruitable once you reach four-star quests, at which point you can also start playing two minigames that reward you with scraps for Palico armour and weapons. One is a simple fishing game and the other is a short, cutesy battle adventure.</p><p>Your cat crew can level up through these minigames by joining you on quests, resulting in their abilities improving. Each kitty has a certain focus and special ability, like healing or treasure gathering. However, you can only take two cats with you in single player, so think carefully as to what you need assistance with most.</p><p>Aside from quests, you can also go on expeditions, where you'll fight two monsters and have a chance to discover rare items, a new Palico, or even a new outfit for your pet Poogie.</p><p>There's also the multiplayer mode, which is where most experienced hunters will say you'll have the most fun. As you can imagine, the gathering halls are a tad sparse at the moment, but the few quests I've had with three other players have been an absolute blast.</p><p>The most fun battle I've had so far was in single player though, on a ship between two base camps. There, I fought the Monster Hunter 4's flagship monster, Gore Magala, in a great mix of close quarters combat and cannon fire.</p><p>Some areas in the new stages are tiered, meaning you can attack monsters from above, and even mount them to give them one heck of a beatdown. One of 4U's two new weapons, the Insect Glaive, also enables you to launch yourself into the air for repeated mounted attacks even in flat areas.</p><p>Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate seems like the deepest Monster Hunter so far. I haven't yet tried my hand at wielding each weapon type and, despite 40-odd hours of game time, I feel like I've barely scraped the surface.</p><p>We'll have a review for you with more details on multiplayer and what to expect later in the game ahead of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate's February 13 release date.</p>
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- <p>If you've been a gamer for the past two years there's little chance you haven't heard of the vein-poppingly frustrating indie game, I am Bread. Well, it's your lucky day Android users because it's just arrived on Google Play.</p><p>I am Bread isn't some trick or play on words. You are literally a piece of bread attempting to free yourself from the shackles of your doughy brethren and traverse a dangerous landscape to ultimately turn yourself into toast.</p><p>It sounds easy, but a piece of bread doesn't have any hands, sunshine. How do you move across the kitchen without falling on the floor? How do you slip yourself over the cool metal of a toaster to ultimately nestle yourself in the warm bosom of its slots?</p><p>With great bloody difficulty.</p><p>Granted I'm more of a PC/PS4 player of I am Bread but the experience is no less aggravating. The controls are just as finicky, the toaster/lamp feels just as far away, and the dangers are just as real – and that's why it's so charming.</p><p>Grab I am Bread on Google Play now for £3.99 and God speed, pilgrim.</p>!
<p>With the Nintendo Switch's launch only a week away, we're faced with some disappointing news as the Virtual Console won't be launching alongside it.</p><p>Nintendo does like to keep things under wraps, but I don't reckon many folks will be surprised by the fact that we'll still have to wait a while yet to delve into those classic titles. Sorry, chaps.</p><p>In a press release received today, the company said: "Virtual Console games will not be available on Nintendo Switch at launch. We will share more information in the future." The question is, how long will players have to wait?</p><p>After a somewhat sparse launch selection, the Virtual Console was an excellent chance for Nintendo to patch a few holes by ramping up the nostalgia factor. Though, I guess most people might be so engrossed in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that they might not be that bothered.</p><p>What do you guys think? Are you disappointed that the Virtual Console won't be touching down next week? Let us know below.</p>
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