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Summoners War: Lost Centuria"I certainly did. But that other horrid feeling was always there, spoiling it, back in my heart. I kept it down--sometimes I forgot it-- but sometimes it would surge up and take possession of me. I hated you because I ENVIED you--oh, I was sick with envy of you at times. You had a dear little home--and love--and happiness--and glad dreams--everything I wanted--and never had--and never could have. Oh, never could have! THAT was what stung. I wouldn't have envied you, if I had had any HOPE that life would ever be different for me. But I hadn't--I hadn't--and it didn't seem FAIR. It made me rebellious--and it hurt me--and so I hated you at times. Oh, I was so ashamed of it--I'm dying of shame now--but I couldn't conquer it.
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Many of you will be aware of the epic ARPG Torchlight. Originally slated for release at the end of the year, the likelihood of a 2016 release is getting thinner and thinner, however it has just soft-launched in China, so there's your small silver lining.
Bandai Namco has announced Digimon World: Next Order for PlayStation Vita.Details are scarce as they're limited to a two-page spread in Japanese magazine V-Jump. But there should be enough to whet your appetite.Apparently the "world will evolve" as you travel around it with your Digimon. That could mean anything, really.Something more concrete seems to be that it'll feature a high school senior called Takuto. As a fifth grade he placed as the runner-up in a Digimon game competition.There's also a "strong metal dragon" on show that seems like it could be an antagonist.Next Order's character designer is listed as Taiki, an illustrator who did a lot of work on Square Enix's card-battler Lord of Vermillion III.Digimon World: Next Order is due out in Japan in 2016.We hope it comes to the west but considering that previous Digimon World games, such as Re:Digitize never did, there's a lot of doubt there.Siliconera
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Nintendo's mobile games will all be available for free, apparently.This is what the Wall Street Journal is reporting has been said at a DeNA earnings briefing today.DeNA is, of course, the smartphone gaming specialist that Nintendo is collaborating with on its mobile games venture."Games currently in the pipeline are all free to play," DeNA chief executive Isao Moriyasu is reported to have said.This suggests that all of Nintendo's mobile games will also be supported by micro-transactions. Obviously there's no guarantee of that but it seems likely.Nintendo's first mobile game is Miitomo and is due out in March 2016. We're expecting at least four more mobile games from Nintendo by April 2017.