<p>While Oculus's Rift and HTC's Vive are currently limbering up for a punch up, Sony's own PlayStation VR is months away, with Sony watching in the wings to watch the mistakes of the two powerhouses and tweaking its own headset to avoid them.</p><p>While the PlayStation VR was originally planned for release in the first half of the year, with Sony's Shuhei Yoshida suggesting it could be before E3 2016 in an interview, it's now been confirmed for an October launch after Sony realised quite how many PlayStation VR headsets they could be selling.</p><p>All reports and sources suggest the head mounted display has been finished for a while, but they're waiting both for great games but also so more units can be manufactured for day one to avoid a shortfall.</p><p>Quantity has certainly been a problem with the other headsets, with all pre-orders selling out in minutes, but the PlayStation VR still sold out on Amazon's webstore in a little under ten minutes, so who knows how successful creating more supply has been for them.</p><p>Ir.net have dug up a source that suggests Sony now expect to shift between 1 and 2 million units sold in 2016 alone, which seems like a tidy nest egg if all of these are bought at anywhere near full price.</p><p>Add into this the forthcoming PlayStation 4.5 that's rumoured for announce before the October release, a bundle pack containing the two could be a high seller and create even more demand for the headset.</p><p>It remains to be seen whether the delay will help or hurt the PlayStation VR at this point, but the virtual reality war is going to be a long one, so we'll have to see how things pan out.</p>
<p>Last week, we reported on Crescent Moon Games turning its older premium titles on Android into free to play games with ad support.</p><p>While those who had already paid the premium price for the games didn't get ads while playing, the move didn't prove popular at all.</p><p>"After the recent fiasco of going free with premium titles Neon Shadow and Mines of Mars - we have decided that it would be better to just launch separate free versions that are ad supported on Android from now on," Crescent Moon told us.</p><p>"Even after adding precautions so that previous buyers wouldn't be affected by the 'going free' we still offended a lot of people and would like to apologize for that."</p><p>As stated, moving forward, Crescent Moon will be launching free versions of its premium titles as standalone games while keeping the original version up.</p><p>This starts with the launch of the standalone free to play version of Crescent Moon's sci-fi action-RPG Exiles.</p><p>You can download it for free on Google Play right now but will get ads. It also has better controller support and more support for lower end Android devices.</p><p>If you don't want to play the game with ads then you can purchase the premium version of Google Play instead.</p>Hitman Sniper: The Shadows(Unlimited Bullets) MOD APK
<p>.Age is a turn-based god game/town builder mixed with the challenge and procedural nature of a roguelike.</p><p>Through the village elder, you influence a civilization known as Pips, helping them build and thrive under harsh conditions.</p><p>To say the odds are not in your favor would be an understatement. From hostile wildlife and the undead, to storms and the wrath of gods, your ever-expanding village faces many obstacles and challenges in its struggle to survive.</p><p>Thankfully, myriad options are at your disposal to delay inevitable defeat. Researching new buildings lets you assign Pips to new jobs like farmer, hunter, and soldier.</p><p>You'll raise livestock, harvest crops, and have children to sustain an efficient village across generations.</p><p>.Age will release on PC and Mac first, then come to iPad, Android tablets, and Windows Phone in 2016.</p><p>Celeste is a challenging platformer that requires perfect timing and a laser-like focus, and it will be getting a new gameplay mode that will, believe it or not, make it even tougher. Celeste’s Variants Mode went into beta today (PC only for now, I’m afraid) before developer Matt Thorson pushes the update out to the console versions of the game.</p><p>Thorson describes the new mode as an anti-assist mode of sorts. In the new Variants Mode, players will gain access to a series of options once they’ve completed all C-Sides that can make the game a good deal more difficult.</p><p><p>We just released a Celeste patch on Itch and Steam! v188.8.131.52The biggest addition: Variants mode, unlocked when you complete all C-Sides. It's kind of like anti-Assist Mode: a collection of options to make the game harder or weirder.— Matt Thorson ?? (@MattThorson) December 4, 2018 Celeste debuted on Nintendo Switch back in January, quickly establishing itself as one of the most well-loved games of the year. While its a difficult game to master, the levels are beautifully designed to ensure that any frustration you might experience is fleeting. That’s important, because you will fail. A lot. Excellent gameplay is paired with apt storytelling and a beautiful soundtrack, making it a must have for anyone looking for one of the best indie platformers the Switch has to offer.</p><p>There’s no word on when exactly Variant Mode will come to the Nintendo Switch version of Celeste, but stay tuned.</p>
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