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<p>Pokemon Masters is receiving new Sync Pairs quite regularly at the moment, with Jessie & Arbok and Lucy & Seviper being added to the game's ever-growing roster last week. This week, they've swapped from Poison-type Pokemon to Ghost with the addition of Morty & Drifblim.</p><p>This is great news for me as someone who likes pretty much every Ghost-type going. Morty & Drifblim will be a 5-star Strike Sync Pair with a weakness to Electric attacks. In terms of moves, Drifblim will have Shadow Ball and Dire Hit + for increasing its critical hit chance.</p><p>Beyond that, he will also be able to use a move called Pierce the Veil that will sharply raise his Attack, Special Attack and evasiveness with an additional boost if they're afflicted with a status condition. To make use of this attack boost, Drifblim can use Phantom Force – which is limited to three uses – it will see the Blimp Pokemon disappear for a while before unleashing the move.</p><p>The duo will have a Spotlight Scout that will run from today until 28th July where you'll have an increased chance of netting the pair. Also running between those dates will be a Solo Event called Morty's Secret Ghost Training.</p><p>This will be a series of battles for players to defeat, including some Full Force Battles that limit the number of Sync Pairs that can be used. This will add several missions to the Poryphone to complete that will net players a mixture of Gems, Co-op Sync Orbs and Medals.</p><p>The mission objectives will range from using supereffective attacks, completing certain areas and winning battles meeting set criteria. The event will also see a new login in bonus that will net players 100 gems each day for two weeks.</p><p>Pokemon Masters is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for a more traditional RPG experience on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad<p>With just over a week to go until PSVR's official launch we're a writhing mass of anticipation, excitement, and scepticism. After all, in order to get its price cranked down to the more affordable rate something's got to give – the question is: what is it?</p><p>As the reviews of the headset hit the internet today, things are fairly split down the middle between positives and negatives of the device. However this is what makes for interesting reading and there's one glaringly obvious feature that strikes up a big, red 'X' for people's experiences.</p>A bit of a wire-fuelled rats nest<p>Speaking from my own surprise, I hadn't realised that the set up wasn't as simple as I'd originally assumed. Rather than plugging your headset straight into the PS4, you have to run it through an additional processor which looks to be about a third the size of the console itself. So, that has wires, the camera has wires, the console has wires; it's one step away from Oprah Winfrey.</p><p>Another blunder is that despite PlayStation's recent event in New York, the PSVR's processor unit doesn't pass through HDR. If you don't have a HDR-enabled TV, feel free to skip over this bit but those that do are missing out on another level of definition. While the PSVR processor can feed 1080p and 2160p signals across the simple HDMI cable it can't pass the HDR, which means that you have to unplug your system any time you want the benefit of your lovely, expensive HDR TV. This brings me on to the next point-</p>It still falls short<p>According to numerous reports, the current set up – with the current PS4 console – doesn't actually perform the best compared to other headsets. Whereas the Vive and Oculus run at a tasty 2160 x 1200 display with a 110-degree field, the PSVR only just skims their ankles at 1920 x 1080 resolution with a 100-degree field. As Kotaku's review pointed out this made it easy for the PlayStation camera to lose tracking and pull you out of that immersive experience.</p><p>They point out that where Sony has been faithful to their existing products, they may have shot themselves in the foot by compromising. "It’s difficult to shake the feeling that this older hardware has been conscripted into the service of a pursuit that is beyond its capacity."</p>Older PlayStation tech is the devil<p>By far the one consistent complaint through all of today's reviews has been that the PlayStation Move controllers are just wrong on all accounts. Released six years ago, the controllers are technological grandparents trying to keep up in a young 'n' hip dance class. It does its best but ultimately falls short as the detection is inconsistent. The Verge stated "The PlayStation Move controllers are painfully limited compared to either Oculus Touch or the HTC Vive remotes, simply because their interface is a bad fit for VR."</p><p>The same can be said for the (not included in most bundles) PlayStation camera. Kotaku also provided an interesting gif in which the character constantly shakes on screen like a Parkinson's sufferer. With VR-related nausea a past crutch for the PSVR, this isn't looking good for those with a more sensitive stomach.</p>It's cheaper – but it's still bloody expensive<p>The PSVR's selling point is without a doubt its price difference, sitting at a more commercially affordable rate than the Vive and Oculus, and you don't require a stonking PC to play it. You do however have to fork out £350/$399, plus £49/$59(ish) for the camera, plus £69/$100(ish) for two Move controllers. Suddenly it isn't so cheap anymore. Not to mention on top of that price you've then got the price of the games, each between £15.99 - £49.99.</p><p>So in total that 'commercially cheaper' option puts you up to around £470-£500 which is pretty steep, especially considering it doesn't yet have a melt-your-mind, must-have game to send us all scrambling. I fear that it'll miss out on the wonderful work available from indie developers who perhaps don't have voices quite loud enough to reach PSN.</p><p>I guess we'll have to wait and see. Until then, check out these cracking articles and decide for yourself: Kotaku; Eurogamer; Techradar; UploadVR; The Verge; Tech Crunch; Pocketlint.</p>
<p>Retro Drive is a newly released arcade racer that delivers retro thrills and a killer synthwave soundtrack. It's just launched today for iOS, with an Android version currently in the works and set to launch later this year.</p><p>As you might imagine, there's a large focus here on its sense of style, 80s presentation, and of course the soundtrack itself. It's got pulsing neon and heavy synths for days, which will no doubt please fans of this very specific genre.</p>闲散体操破解版(mod) MOD APKAnd knew the patterns of his foul beguiling;
'"How mighty then you are, O hear me tell!Lending soft audience to my sweet design,<p>Having swung onto Google Play and the App Store more than a year ago, Mini Golf King has rolled out an update complete with an additional gameplay mode and a brand new bonus item.</p><p>Bluehole PNIX’s mobile title puts a fun, arcade twist on the sport, adding features such as booby traps, themed courses and upgradable clubs, balls and gloves.</p><p>If the option to take part in weekly leaderboard contests and tournaments with your friends in real-time isn’t enough to keep you hooked, Mini Golf King’s latest update adds an all-new gameplay mode called Hole-in-one Challenge, and it will really separate the amateurs from the pros.</p><p>Players are pitted against a series of courses and have just one shot to sink the ball on each. Those who pull of this feat will advance to the next level each time, earning rewards along the way.</p><p>In addition to the additional mode, the update also introduces new in-game item the Golf Pin, a power-up which has various effects on the player’s game, from increasing the distance of their shots to adding extra wind resistance.</p><p>Mini Golf King is available to download for free on iOS and Android right now, and those who have already joined the club can install the update today.</p>
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<p>Released earlier this year, Saint Seiya Awakening has received its first large update that brings a plethora of new content to the RPG. This includes new chapters, game modes and a PVP competition.</p><p>It's latest story addition, the Poseidon Chapter will see players do battle against the Seven Sea Generals and Poseidon himself. Alongside new battles, there's also new background music to enjoy. To coincide with this sea-based story update Sea Dragon Kanon and his twin Gemini Saga will be readded to the summon pool.</p><p>There will be various events surrounding the two of them through events and other pieces of content that you'll need to log in every day to make the most of. 10 new Marinas will also join the battle during the Poseidon Chapter.</p>The accident which brought me to her eye