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1、<p>The last time we talked about Five Nights at Freddy's was back in August, and I know there are plenty of you out there who aren't too fussed about the series anymore. For those of you who do still enjoy a scare, you'll be able to shriek on the go once the games come to Nintendo Switch. Oh, joys!</p><p>In our last article we knew that console ports were in the making, though we didn't know the specifics. However, on his Steam post, Scott Cawthon updated things yesterday and confirmed that a Switch port is definitely on the way. Working together with Clickteam, they'll be bringing new HD ports of all the original games onto console, Switch, iOS, and Android just for good measure.</p><p>Not only that, but a few other bits were updated too. The VR game sounds like it's coming along well and the AR game is, more or less, the same as it was a few months ago. It appears that the upcoming movie has been delayed further since Cawthon, who wrote the script for it, wasn't happy with it.</p><p>It also looks like there's a AAA game in the making, which is most intriguing indeed. There aren't any details around it thus far since it's still in very early planning, but as Cawthon says, "I'm working closely with the studio involved to ensure that it delivers what (I think) FNAF fans will want to see!"</p><p>You can read the full post on Steam here.</p>
2、Bathroom Break!(MOD)<p>Bethesda is hoping to build renewed interest in the Rage series when Rage 2 launches next year, and the Nintendo Switch could be a part of that plan. Bethesda and Id Software are looking into bringing the game to Switch, although nothing’s official yet.Speaking to Variety at QuakeCon 2018, Bethesda’s Tim Willits said that a Switch port hasn’t been ruled out just yet. Id Software has worked with Panic Button to bring Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus to Switch, as well as the upcoming Doom Eternal. Rage 2 would seem like a logical next step.
1、<p>Tabletopia has taken a new step towards making playing multiplayer board games on your iPad even simpler.The most recent update to the app has finally brought online multiplayer, so now you and your friends can play loads of board games together without having to tidy anything up.</p><p>Tabletopia was released on the iPad earlier this year and it's been slowly but surely adding more board games and extra features to play around with.</p><p>The dev has also been hard at work making the Android version of the game, and that means cross-platform play will be coming in the near future.</p>
3、<p>Telltale Games has been very generous at this previous week alongside San Diego Comic Con. With a release date for Minecraft episode seven, the first trailer and release date for Batman: A Telltale Series, Telltale has further previewed season three of The Walking Dead.</p><p>The Walking Dead has been a bitter-sweet ride for Telltale fans. With season one tearing into our hearts and emotions so deep that the finale brought us to tears, season two was highly anticipated and well received.</p><p>Season three apparently takes a different route. Following on from the same story as seasons one and two, this season will serve as an entry point for new fans of the series that haven't quite gotten the gist of everything yet.</p><p>We'll follow our tough-girl Clementine, now older and sheltering young AJ (who we'll recognise from season two), and newcomer Javier. Both characters will be playable but not necessarily within the same frame of time.</p><p>The introduction of Javier gives newcomers to the series an area of level footing with seasoned veterans. New to the catastrophe, Javier is so far unknown in the series and all he wants to do is keep his family together – well we all know what happens in those situations.</p><p>We'll keep you updated with further news regarding The Walking Dead season three. Until then you can check out Telltale's website here to find out more about their titles, and join the patient wait for the premiere coming later this autumn.</p>