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Telltale Games has announced that it will release a spin-off Walking Dead miniseries, featuring Michonne - the uber tough, katana-wielding bad ass from the comics and TV show.It's part of a plan to bring the worlds of the comic and the game closer together. "There is no greater character than Michonne to help bridge that gap," said series creator Robert Kirkman during a E3 live stream.The game won't retell events of the comic. Instead, it will let you see what happened to Michonne between issues 126 and 139, when she wasn't around.To get access to The Walking Dead: Michonne, you'll need to own at least the first episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two. The three-part series will come to iOS, and Android this autumn.
How'd you like to add Fallout emoji to your texts? Be good, wouldn't it?Well, now you can. Bethesda has released the Fallout C.H.A.T. app for iOS and Android (it stands for Communications Hub and Transmitter).Downloading it nets you a fully customised Fallout keyboard with new post-apocalyptic text styles.There are also over 60 Fallout emoji and animated Vault Boy GIFs that you can send to your folks.Why bring this out now? Huh, didn't you know that Fallout 4 is out for consoles and PC on November 10th. Yeah, it's pretty close now.Anyway, go download Fallout C.H.A.T. for free on the App Store and Google Play if you're into it.So, hipsters are apparently still a thing and soon you can play a game where you kill them because they like Starbucks. Hipster Attack will be out later this month on iOS and Android for £2.99 / $2.99 and it seems perfect for people who just can't stand those pesky hipsters, who, again, still exist?The trailer, narrated by a proud New Yorker, outlines why hipsters are just awful and how they're ruinin' cauffee with their lattes and mocha-choca-cappa-frappa-ccinos (the views expressed in this trailer do not necessarily reflect the views of Pocket Gamer).The trailer also shows us a bit of gameplay that doesn't look so dissimilar from a certain plant-based zombie killing tower defence game. You place down your workforce units, such as construction workers, janitors and HR department employees. With the tools they have, they defend your precious regular old coffee from the mouchaste having, flannel wearing, vinyl listening devils.
According to the box art, physical copies of The Banner Saga Trilogy on Switch will still need you to download some content and have a microSD card installed.We don't yet know how big the file size will be, but since you need a microSD we can assume it will be around the Switch’s hard drive size of 32GB. There are Switch-specific SD cards now available, but it's not ideal for those who’d rather not fork out the extra cash so they can play the game.I hate to be the bearer of more bad news, but it also appears as though folks on Switch will be getting the trilogy a little later than on other consoles. The Amazon release date indicates that the game will be out for the Switch on the 21st of September, while on other consoles it'll be out on the 27th of July.If you'd rather not wait then you'll be able to buy each individual entry in the series when the third game is released on the 24th, but that will undoubtedly end up being more expensive.
Much loved arcade-style car chase simulator – Pako 2 – has just received an impressive new update. Returning players should be on the lookout for the new Suburbia level, set in, well, suburbia of course.But wait, that's not all! We'll also be able to access three brand new cars to tear through the town in, and then there's the addition of a car chase camera which allows you to follow the action from an entirely fresh perspective – it's all super slick and exciting.
Mixing MOBAs and card battler is nothing new but Nexon wants a share of that Clash Royale pie. This time though, while they could sound familiar on paper, Champions Rising lets you command troops on the battlefield in 1v1 or 2v2 scenarios.As you can imagine, you'll unlock new cards, customise your deck and upgrade your troops while trying to destroy the enemy's core. The art style of the game is quite something with a hand-drawn cartoon feel to it.If this sounds like something you'd want to try, do note that it has been soft-launched in the Philippines this week and you can get it here by following our guide.
The next Fighting Fantasy gamebook from Tin Man Games is Fighting Fantasy: Bloodbones, and it'll be out at midnight.Bloodbones has you venturing across the high seas in order to seek revenge against the dreaded pirate-lord Cinnabar, who killed your parents.Apparently, this yucky pirate was put down by an adventurer before, but now he's back with the power of voodoo. It's up to you to quell his reign of terror so, um, good luck with that.If you've played any of Tin Man Games's previous gamebooks (Caverns of the Snow Witch, Appointment With F.E.A.R., and so on) you'll be familiar with how Bloodbones will play as it's made in the same engine.You'll be racing against the clock as you chase Cinnabar across the seas, and getting into deadly scuffles with gruesome beasts.You do this all while reading through descriptive passages of text provided by Fighting Fantasy creators Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone.You should be able to purchase Fighting Fantasy: Bloodbones for £3.99 / $5.99 on the UK and US App Stores at midnight.