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    Updated 23rd August, 15:00 PM: Only a few weeks after its release on Apple TV, Riptide GP: Renegade is finally out on iOS for £2.29/$2.99, and on Google Play for a similar price.Grab it here on the App Store or on Google Play now and get racing.Updated 2nd August, 15:21 PM: Riptide GP: Renegade is now out on Apple TV on schedule.Grab it here on the App Store for £7.99/$9.99. There shouldn't be long to wait now for an iOS release.The ever-popular Vector Unit recently released their newest title Riptide GP: Renegade on PlayStation 4 and PC. Judging by a series of tweets from the masters themselves, however, it seems like there are more platforms on the cards.Riptide GP: Renegade isn't your average racing game. Thrown into a futuristic world of illegal hydro jet racing, you play as your choice of armoured riders as they perform dangerous stunts, boost at ridiculous speeds, and outrun cops.At least for the PC and Console versions, Riptide GP: Renegade contains a career mode and both split-screen and online multiplayer. Here's where it gets interesting for us – according to Vector Unit's website and twitter the game will be coming to Android and iOS, as well as a multitude of other platforms.@bloodbraid31 #RGPRenegade will be available for SHIELD tablet, and other Android devices, later in August. No exact date yet.— Vector Unit (@vectorunit) August 2, 2016 After an article on AppleTV Hacks went up last week, it stated the Apple TV release is supposed to be happening today, but we'll keep you posted on that.Until then you can find out more on Vector Unit's website here.Minecraft gundam armor warriors mods(new mods) MOD APKIt's taken its damn time, but Nintendo has finally given us a launch date for the Switch's online service - you can get signed up on September 19th in the UK, or 18th in the US.Better yet, you'll get a free week when you sign up, so you can give it a go and make sure you're going to use it before you decide to pay for it.The #NintendoSwitchOnline paid membership service will start on 19/09. You can sign-up for a 7-day free trial from Nintendo #eShop at launch! We will introduce more information during the #NintendoDirect on 13/09. ?? https://t.co/9LXW07Q6GQ pic.twitter.com/0YkwX6yZPR— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) September 12, 2018 If you do decide to stump up the cash, it'll set you back £3.49 a month, or £17.99 if you go for a full year straight from the off. Which isn't bad, all told.We'll find out more info about Switch Online in the rescheduled Direct tomorrow night. Hopefully they'll finally announce that they're getting rid of the stupid seperate mobile app...�

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