Or to turn white and swoon at tragic shows;<p>Only a couple of weeks ago details were revealed regarding the upcoming Sonic The Hedgehog film, and they weren't quite what we'd expected from our favourite blue-spiked hero. However, recently we learnt there's another star joining the ranks and this time Jim Carrey isn't exactly an animal lover.</p><p>As reported by Deadline, Jim Carrey is currently negotiating to join the cast of Sonic The Hedgehog, including James Marsden (Enchanted) and Tika Sumpter (Ride Along). If negotiations go well the actor will be playing Dr. 'Eggman' Robotnik who, if you've never played STH, is the game's main villain.</p><p>Strange as the combination might seem, especially since Carrey has been focussing a lot on his painting recently, the more I think about it the more I like the idea. Back in the 90s/early 00s, Carrey was known for playing comedic roles in films such as Ace Ventura, The Grinch, Dumb and Dumber, and Liar Liar.</p><p>Since Dr. Robotnik is a stereotypical 'evil villain' - the sort that has a very pronounced tone and loves to insult his minions - I can see Carrey fitting in the role very well.</p><p>Whether the film will have a stable plot or not, I'm not too sure. Call me pessimistic, but I'm still not 100% convinced about a delinquent Sonic x good-guy cop partnership. I hope to be proven wrong, though.</p><p>[Picture source: Deadline/Jim Carrey]</p>
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<p>Tropico is coming to iPad in the future - we knew that much. What we didn't know was how exactly it's going to be monetised. Until now, that is.</p><p>Developer Feral Interactive tweeted earlier that the game will cost $11.99/£11.99/€12.99. That's a one-time purchase - no IAPs in sight here.</p><p>El Presidente has named his price: this autumn, buy Tropico for iPad from the App Store for $11.99/£11.99/€12.99.That's one simple payment and no in-app purchases. Buy once, rule forever! pic.twitter.com/QYrcrRUZmJ— Feral Interactive (@feralgames) September 7, 2018 <p>That could be considered a bit pricey, especially for a mobile game. But Tropico is packed to the gills with strategic, city-building action, so it's probably worth every penny.</p><p>We've already seen some footage of the game come from Gamescom, and it is looking like a beauty. The controls have been built from the ground up for mobile, and the whole thing looks smooth as you like. We wouldn't expect any less from Feral, of course.</p><p>There's still no firm release date - just an "autumn 2018" window. But now we know that Tropico on iPad is getting to set you back $11.99/£11.99, and there won't be any extra purchases on top of that.</p>These unlimited points also help them unlock the advanced levels n the Gameplay and experience them initially. We have also resolved the issues by integrating a few policies in the game; one is the no-ad policy under which the modified version itself blocks and removes all the advertisements appearing in the Gameplay. This version also doesn’t require users to root it from other sources. It enables the antiban and antivirus properties in the arrangement, ensuring a safe and secure gaming environment for device security users.
<p>Nintendo is giving us another sneak peek at Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in a new Direct livestream dedicated to the upcoming fighting game. You’ll be able to catch the stream at 3PM BST, and the event will be hosted by director Masahiro Sakurai.</p><p><p>Tune in 8/8 at 7am PT for a Super #SmashBrosUltimate Direct livestream, featuring new game information delivered by director Masahiro Sakurai! pic.twitter.com/Df3xxTCTGR— Nintendo Versus (@NintendoVS) August 5, 2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will feature characters from all previous Smash Bros. games, as well as a few newcomers, like the Inklings and Ridley. We got a chance to play Ultimate last month, and the game could very well be one of the best entries in the series. From what we’ve seen so far, the game has perfected small details while introducing subtle new features, like combat improvements, and new items and stages.</p><p>Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches on December 7 for Nintendo Switch.</p><p>We've already talked about how PUBG Mobile's huge update launched earlier today, but Fortnite's got one for us too. This time we're getting more gear, a new limited-time mode, and a few decent fixes for good measure.</p><p>In terms of new gear (aside from the Russell-like 8-bit outfit you can buy from the shop), you've got the new Stink Bomb to mess around with. Clear out rooms easy-peasy with this smelly grenade, and pick off your enemies like gnats. Laughing maniacally while doing so is optional, but recommended.</p><p>Of course, you can't actually smell anything. The gas just deals five damage every half-second, and with a nine-second duration that's not something you're going to want to hang around in.</p><p>You can also change things up a bit in Fortnite's newest mode: Final Fight. Rather than battling it out until the final circle, the storm circle stops after the third constriction, triggering a pulse-hammering countdown. With five teams of 20, the winners when the timer ticks down to zero are those with the most teammates.</p><p>Final Fight won't be around forever so get updating, folks, and happy fighting.</p>
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