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3、Nintendo's Treehouse Live got many people excited with the announcement of the English release of Yo-Kai Watch 2, coming to 3DS in America on September 30.The two complementary versions of the game, Fleshy Bones and Bony Spirits, will feature over 350 Yo-Kai that you can choose from to create your team of six.Hovernyan, a Yo-kai cat, will join you in your adventure while you travel across the world, and even travel back in time to save Springdale and put an end to the civil war.Yo-kai Watch 2 will also feature a new 4-player multiplayer mode, where you can challenge your friends in battle.Sadly, no European release has been announced yet, but to keep you satisfied while you wait, make sure you keep an eye out for the second season of the Yo-kai Watch animated TV show, which will be broadcast in Disney XD.Check out the trailer released at E3!After the incredible success of Pokemon Duel, Pokemon Shuffle, and, uh, Magikarp Jump, it comes as no surprise that The Pokemon Company is gearing up for yet another mobile game.A job listing on LinkedIn for a principal game designer also let slip that the upcoming title will be using the Unity engine. Game Informer claims that this would be the first Pokemon Company-developed title to use the engine since the tablet-only Pokemon Trading Card game.
3、Updated 13th September, 11:28 AM: Welcome to the apocalypse. It's time to help your ol' pal Paul defeat a bunch of zombies and save the world.Grab Paul Pixel - The Awakening on the App Store for £2.29/$2.99 now.Talk about taking retro to the max, Paul Pixel – The Awakening is coming to iOS on Tuesday September 13th for iPhone and iPad.A lot of gamers are so hell-bent on next-gen graphics that they forget the simple pleasures in life such as a bird's morning chorus, a gentle breeze on a warm day, or the style and substance of a great pixel game. Okay, so maybe that was a little twee, but you get my point.Paul Pixel is about an ordinary guy who gets drafted to defend the world from a vile zombie swarm. This point-and-click adventure is reminiscent of older games such as Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion, but it's built with touch-screen in mind.Mobile devices and point-and-click games are like beer and burgers; a match made in heaven. Combine the stylistic pixel art with a booming retro soundtrack and voila, you've got yourself a pretty neat looking zombie game.Paul Pixel – The Awakening will touch down next week. Check out their website here if you'd like to know more, and until Tuesday keep an eye on us. We'll let you know when the game drops.