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3、<p>If you’re someone who strives to experience something different in your real-time cooperative JRPGs, Ateam’s Unison League has made a great case so far. Having already crossed over with popular anime TV series Fate/stay night [UBW] earlier this year, things are stepping up once again thanks to virtual singing sensation Hatsune Miku who appears in the game for a limited time this October.</p><p>Kicking off from today, Unison League X Hatsune Miku will see the game play host to a Magical Mirai 2017 collaboration event, which begins by spoiling all who log in with lots of free goodies. These include Hatsune Miku’s iconic hair as a unique cosmetic, as well as the chance to complete an exclusive quest that will see the star join the fight.</p><p>Should you be successful in the endeavour, you’ll be rewarded with the ability to adventure with Hatsune Miku and friends, having them join your regular cast of Unison League party members. Characters like Yukata Miku, Kagamine Rin, and Petit Luka offer varying degrees of rarity, but are worth seeking out due to their exclusive in-game Unison Skills that come in handy during battle.</p><p>As if that wasn’t enough, Unison League X Hatsune Miku also sees the introduction of many glamorous yet devastating weaponry, all styled in keeping with the glitzy cultural phenomenon. And there’s one for each weapon type. So, whether you prefer using a sword, bow, staff, axe, or lance when hurling on enemies, Unison League’s latest crossover has you covered.</p><p>There’s never been a better time to join the 7.7 million players who’ve already experienced Unison League’s role-playing co-op action. Unison League X Hatsune Miku is exclusively happening from October 5th through October 19th, and is available to try out now on both iOS and Android.</p>Bug Battle 3D Mod Bug Battle 3D Mod APK 1.1.0 Features:Unlimited appleJoin the battle and destroy all enemies.
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2、<p>Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break will be crashing through the gates of the Nintendo Switch eShop in early 2020. It will continue to build on its mash-up of tower defence and racing that it has become known for, alongside its quirky sense of humour of course. I'm very excited about this one.</p><p>For those of you have never played Rock of Ages before the concept is fairly simple. You and your opponent will both roll a boulder downhill and guide it into each other's barracks until they break, the first to have their leader toppled loses.</p><p>To make their descent more difficult you can place a variety of traps to effectively build an obstacle course to overcome. These range from windmills that can blow your boulder of course to something as simple as walls to decrease its health. It's so much fun.</p><p>This new iteration will include a level editor so players will be free to create their own zany creations. Coupled with the various defences and types of boulder – one of them is a cheese wheel – it sounds like there's going to be a lot of content available.</p><p>It will also continue its story style where it reinvents moments of history with Monty Python-like versions of historic figures such as Julius Caesar. Apparently, we can also expect to see Krampus and the Spaghetti Monster this time around too, both of course known for their great historical impact.</p><p>Amongst its many modes there will, of course, be multiplayer. This ranges from 4-players online or head-to-head with a friend in split-screen. Offline there's the story mode, Time Trials and a 'Humpty-Dumpty Mode' which I assume is for the truly highly skilled Rock of Agers, so I'll rule myself out of that one.</p><p>Rock of Ages is set to be released on the Nintendo Switch in early 2020. A more specific date hasn't been given yet, although we do know that it will cost $29.99.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.
3、<p>Pokemon GO's seasonal Halloween event is set to begin on October 17th at 9pm BST (1pm PDT).</p><p>Fans will be pleased to hear that more Ghost and Dark-type Pokemon will be temporarily available both in the wild and in raids. Some of these guys include Murkrow and Gastly. And, making its grand Halloween debut, is the Spirit Pokemon Yamask.</p><p>As usual, Team Go Rocket has been up to no good. The task of saving a bunch more Pokemon falls to you, some of which include Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Electabuzz, Magmar, and Duskull.</p><p>On top of that, the Pitch-Black Pokemon Darkrai will appear in five-star raids. There are also 'frightful and fun' limited-time Field Research tasks to take on. And, to add to the general spookiness, you'll receive an odd message that tells you to check out your Special Research. In doing so, you might get the chance to face a Forbidden Pokemon.<p>The #PokemonGOHalloween announcement is here! Expect:???? Double Candy rewards???? Pokémon like Duskull and Yamask???? Thrilling new avatar items???? A spooky Special Research???? Raids featuring Darkrai, and Pokémon wearing costumes!https://t.co/Ipv31kko3H pic.twitter.com/8Y70ZrnxPg— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) October 14, 2019Some of the event bonuses you can take advantage of include 2x Catch Candy, 2x Hatch Candy, and 2x Transfer Candy.</p><p>For me, though, I'd have to say this update's biggest draw are the new Halloween-themed costumes that you'll be able to collect. In raids, you'll find Charmander wearing a Cubone costume, Bulbasaur wearing a Shedinja costume, and Squirtle wearing a Yamask costume. In the wild, there's a good chance you'll stumble upon Pikachu wearing a Mimikyu costume. And, if you're super lucky, you might just spot a Shiny variant of the costumed Pokemon.</p><p>The Halloween event will run to November 1st at 9pm BST or 1pm PDT. If you're one of the five people yet to give it a shot, you'll find Pokemon GO available for download now from both the App Store and Google Play. And, for the curious, here are the full event notes.</p>Check out our news section to discover the latest, and greatest, games.Effects of terror and dear modesty,