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Trine 4 is coming this fall

It’s official, the fourth installment of the Trine franchise has been announced. Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo switch this fall. We will meet once again the three courageous protagonists of the previous entries in the series, Zoya the Thief, Pontius the Knight, and Amadeus the Wizard. The Astral Academy has called for our heroes to assist them and put an end to a huge threat. The dreadful nightmares of Prince Selius are becoming real for some obscure reason, and our heroes will have to stop them before chaos spreads through the world.

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is a 2.5D platform game full of amazing puzzles that our heroes will have to solve making use of physics, their wits, and their skills, to advance through the different levels and beat a variety of enemies. If you played any of the previous Trine games, you would notice that this one is played in a very similar way, but there will be surprises and novelties, of course. First one is that the developers have ditched the 3D visuals used for Trine 3 in favor of something closer to the original Trine, and that’s definitely big news because the majority of the players weren’t too happy with the change. But Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince will also feature the awesome-looking graphics that you can see in the trailer, as well as epic fights against bosses, skill trees with lots of abilities for your heroes to unlock, and a completely revamped combat system. If that’s not enough for you and you want to add a new layer of complexity and fun to the game, you will also be able to play cooperatively with up to four players in local or online multiplayer.

Zoya and Amadeus working together

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince doesn´t have a release date yet, but it will launch this fall, and you will be able to purchase it both as a standalone title or as part of a collection that will include all the games in the series.

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Best iPhone Game Updates: ‘Mortal Kombat’, ‘Fortnite’, ‘ELOH’, ‘Pocket Build’, and More

Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It’s time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. As usual, lots of big and/or popular games got new content this week, along with a handful of less-frequently seen titles. I’ve gathered up a nice little bunch for you to scan over while you devour your Hot Pockets or Cinnamon Toast Crunch or whatever the devil you kids are eating for breakfast these days. Of course, you can keep an eye out for updates yourself using AppShopper or by participating in the TouchArcade forums. This weekly summary is just here to fill you in on the things you might have missed. Let’s go for it!


Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Free

Hey, it’s time for another Animal Crossing Pocket Camp update already. I’m sure the developers are looking forward to the new console game’s release to help generate some new content and interest in this game, but for now, we soldier on as-is. The big new addition this time is the Happy Homeroom, which is like a small-scale version of that Happy Home Designer spin-off from a while back. There are also a bunch of improvements to the game’s UI to make it easier to get at things like the Fortune Cookie Shop. Bug fixes? Yep, some bug fixes.


Toon Blast, Free

Yes, it’s the requisite free-to-play match-3 update for the week. Toon Blast is the biggest non-King hit in this genre, and I couldn’t even begin to tell you why. But that’s hardly necessary for this article, which really only seeks to inform you of a list of games that got updates in the last week, of which this is one. It has 50 new levels themed around gardening because why not? Having said that, my work here is finished. I now move on.


Brawl Stars, Free

Hey now, it’s-a Brawl Stars, get the game on, go play. Like… like the song from Mystery Men that became the song from Shrek, you know? It’s very popular with a certain demographic. And so is this game! Flawless, Shaun. Absolutely flawless. Now segue into the update. Real smooth-like. There’s a new game mode here called Siege where you have to fight over parts that are then used to build a robot which in turn will be used to smash enemy bases. Nice. And a new Brawler is joining the line-up soon! His name is Carl. He has a pick axe.


Gardenscapes, Free

I won’t stop including these games in the round-up until Austin the butler gets into Smash. You know my terms, Mr. Sakurai. Um, anyway, what’s new in Gardenscapes? Apparently a wedding story line with Alex and Jason. You get to help make the wedding dress and everything. This update adds in a couple of new elements in the match-3 portion of the game, and sets a couple of other events rolling as well. Austin for Smash. Do it.


Star Trek Fleet Command, Free

If there’s one thing you can say about Star Trek Fleet Command, it’s that it is certainly a game that exists and can be downloaded on your iPhone or iPad. Probably …

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Heading to GDC With a Mobile Game? Let’s Meet Up!

I was talking to a bunch of different iOS developers this weekend surrounding what they’ve got going on at GDC this year to figure out which sort of sessions, panels, and parties they’re prioritizing and one major grump has come up: Without TouchArcade there in an official capacity, there’s no one in the media taking appointments for mobile games. Well, my last full-time day at the site is this Friday, but after so many folks have reached out about this… I’m going to do everything I can to see as many games as I can make time to see, and ferret all that info back to Jared and the rest of the TouchArcade team.

If you’re headed to GDC and have a new mobile game, old mobile game, or anything else noteworthy to talk about in between, please either fill out this Google Form or shoot me a DM on Twitter. My GDC is going to be pretty weird as UBM reached out to me late last year to get help on building my dream list of talks and panels I’d like to see at the show, and they added a bunch of them… So, it only seems fair for me to attend those, but I’ll carve out as much time as I can otherwise to meet with developers who reach out, so don’t be a stranger.

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Sony may be offering refunds to Anthem PS4 Owners

Massive crash? No worries, a refund may be coming your way.

Anthem faces further system crash issues for PS4 players

Anthem has been in the hot seat since its release due to system crash and what not. You don´t need to see the number of user threads venting out in Reddit to know how disappointed players are with some aspects of the game. Even if Anthem is facing that kind of problems there are some, however, who still have hope for Bioware’s first-person shooter.

Sony could be giving widespread refunds to many users since it was discovered the Anthem causes a total system crash on PS4 consoles. According to a Redditor (Terry2Toke),the crash makes the console act like if its power was plugged out of the wall, having to fix itself and repair the external HDD. There seem to be many more people like Terry2Toke that had the same issues where the game completely shuts down their system and somehow damaged their console. The worst part is, this issue has been also reported on the Xbox One.

Sony has been known to have strict refund policies but they could be making an exception for Anthem. They were quick to issue a refund to PS4 players and they couldn’t be any happier. That, at least, is what some users are claiming. According to those users, Sony’s customer service has been very helpful, and they provided account info to process the refund in an efficient manner. So far, Sony has used the same refund policy for No Man’s Sky. Anthem seems to be going in the same direction – we sure hope not though.

No Man’s Sky faced the same kind of issues and Sony issued refunds for it

Sony support may have suggested some players to stop playing Anthem for the time being until the issues have been resolved. I daresay this would be one bold statement coming from Sony. There´s not been any official notification addressing such a seemingly widespread and important problem, so without any proof but the claims of people on Reddit it´s not like you should be expecting your game to suddenly crash, especially if it has not done it yet. In any case, if your game suffers a hard crash while you are playing it would be wise to contact customer service before touching anything, just in case.

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Sony may be offering refunds to Anthem PS4 Owners

Massive crash? No worries, a refund may be coming your way.

Anthem faces further system crash issues for PS4 players

Anthem has been in the hot seat since its release due to system crash and what not. You don´t need to see the number of user threads venting out in Reddit to know how disappointed players are with some aspects of the game. Even if Anthem is facing that kind of problems there are some, however, who still have hope for Bioware’s first-person shooter.

Sony could be giving widespread refunds to many users since it was discovered the Anthem causes a total system crash on PS4 consoles. According to a Redditor (Terry2Toke),the crash makes the console act like if its power was plugged out of the wall, having to fix itself and repair the external HDD. There seem to be many more people like Terry2Toke that had the same issues where the game completely shuts down their system and somehow damaged their console. The worst part is, this issue has been also reported on the Xbox One.

Sony has been known to have strict refund policies but they could be making an exception for Anthem. They were quick to issue a refund to PS4 players and they couldn’t be any happier. That, at least, is what some users are claiming. According to those users, Sony’s customer service has been very helpful, and they provided account info to process the refund in an efficient manner. So far, Sony has used the same refund policy for No Man’s Sky. Anthem seems to be going in the same direction – we sure hope not though.

No Man’s Sky faced the same kind of issues and Sony issued refunds for it

Sony support may have suggested some players to stop playing Anthem for the time being until the issues have been resolved. I daresay this would be one bold statement coming from Sony. There´s not been any official notification addressing such a seemingly widespread and important problem, so without any proof but the claims of people on Reddit it´s not like you should be expecting your game to suddenly crash, especially if it has not done it yet. In any case, if your game suffers a hard crash while you are playing it would be wise to contact customer service before touching anything, just in case.

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SEGA Has Revealed a ‘Devil May Cry 5’ Collaboration Event for ‘Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation’ That Will Begin Later This Month with an All New Story Supervised by Capcom

Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation (Free) from SEGA is a mobile game based on Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei franchise. It debuted for free on iOS and Android across the world slowly after an initial launch in Japan. Today, SEGA announces a collaboration with the highly anticipated console game Devil May Cry 5 from Capcom that will begin later this month. This comes after the successful collaboration with Bayonetta from SEGA. This is also not the first time Dante from the Devil May Cry series will be in a Shin Megami Tensei game with him being an infamous boss in Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne on the PlayStation 2. This isn’t the first time the Devil May Cry franchise is on mobile either.

This collaboration will feature Dante, Nero, and V from the upcoming Devil May Cry 5 release in an original story for Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation that has been supervised by Capcom. To celebrate the announcement and the collaboration, there is a Twitter campaign ongoing with rewards daily including Summon Files, Stamina, and more. This collaboration is interesting because Capcom recently had a collaboration with PUBG Mobile for Resident Evil 2 that also released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC platforms. Check out a teaser image from the collaboration below:

The collaboration event for Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation begins on March 14th for the Japanese release. There is no word on an international date yet but it will likely happen given how popular the Devil May Cry 5 brand has been since the initial gameplay reveal at Microsoft’s E3 conference. I can’t wait for the full game release this friday on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out the collaboration website here. Download Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation and start recruiting demons now on the App Store and Google Play for free. The official English website is available here.

[Source: PersonaCentral]

from TouchArcade https://toucharcade.com/2019/03/04/devil-may-cry-5-collaboration-dx2-shin-megami-tensei-release-date/…

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Internet Privacy and User Data in The Future

A look at how large corporations are collecting and analyzing user data. Last year, in May, the EU data privacy laws (GDPR) kicked in. The gist of the regulation was that all organizations or corporations operating within the EU must ask for consent to collect user data and that they must also implement measures such […]

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10 Useful Online Resources for You to Learn WordPress Coding

There are ways for non-coders to use WordPress without having the need to learn to code. Still, a lot of computer geeks and even ordinary people online can’t deny the benefits of learning WordPress development or any coding language., therefore, we listed here the top resources for learning WordPress development.

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10 Useful Online Resources for You to Learn WordPress Coding

There are ways for non-coders to use WordPress without having the need to learn to code. Still, a lot of computer geeks and even ordinary people online can’t deny the benefits of learning WordPress development or any coding language., therefore, we listed here the top resources for learning WordPress development.

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