<p>The first episode of narrative adventure The Lion's Song just launched for free on Steam, so we caught up with the Austrian studio Mi Pu Mi at Develop to learn more.</p><p>As it turns out, The Lion's Song is also coming to mobile this year - hopefully in the vague Q3 period. So look out for it when it inevitably drops for free on iOS and Android.</p><p>The Lion's Song is set just before World War One in the early 20th century, and follows four characters as they struggle for creative inspiration.</p><p>We only saw the first episode, which follows the prodigy Wilma, a student musician who's struggling to write a composition due to pressure from her teacher. Who she's kind of a little bit in love with.</p><p>Four episodes are planned which follow the four different characters, and their stories interlink in interesting ways. In fact, Mi Pu Mi encouraged me to replay the episodes once I'd completed them, as they're chock full of references to characters you meet and events that take place in later episodes.</p><p>If that doesn't sway you enough, then the fact that the story was written by Lee Sheldon might. If you don't know him by name alone, Sheldon previously worked on the Agatha Christie games, The Adventure Company, and Star Trek: The Next Generation.</p><p>You can play The Lion's Song right now on Steam, or you can wait until Q3 (at the earliest) to check it out on iOS and Android. The first episode is free, but you'll have to pay for the others.</p>Update on February 9th at 10:05: Nintendo just announced the results of the Fire Emblem Heroes' popularity contest and Ike and Lyn, being the winners will gain special Choose Your Legends versions. Nintendo will also extend it to the second place as Roy and Lucina will gain that special version as well.<p>Players also unlocked 10,000 bonus Hero Feathers by successfully completing the Retweet challenge mentioned below. Go to your in-game mail to get it.</p><p>Nintendo's really trying to support their mobile games as much as they can with new events and content on a regular basis. Super Mario Run, while not featuring yet any new levels, has been updated quite a lot with new modes and, lately, an event featuring golden Goombas.</p><p>Fire Emblem Heroes will receive the same treatment it seems as described in IGN's interview. Indeed, Fire Emblem Heroes game director Kouhei Maeda said that new characters, skills and even modes are planned. They also want to add two new stories every month.</p>
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<p>UPDATED 29.12.2019<p>Trainers, due to overwhelming response, we are disabling PokéStop and Gym contributions to avoid stability issues. We'll provide an update when it's available again, thanks for your understanding. https://t.co/8ssOKcnE83— Niantic Support (@NianticHelp) 26 December 2019Original story continues below...Those who've played an extensive amount of Niantic's Pokemon GO will likely have encountered a local landmark that doesn't quite show up in the right place or perhaps even has an incorrect title. Thankfully, there's now a way for you to suggest improvements to any in-game location's name, description, photo, or real-world location.</p><p>You'll first need to reach level 40 in order to unlock this feature. I guess they don't want new accounts spamming ridiculous "corrections", which is honestly fair enough.</p>
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<p>Outcast Odyssey, for those of you who haven't heard of or played it, is a rather interesting iPhone, iPad, and soon-to-be Android title from developers Magic Pixel Games and Bandai Namco Games America.</p><p>It's interesting because it takes the best features of dungeon crawler games and mashes them together with the best features of the card battler genre to create a fast-paced adventure title that's set in a fantasy world full of monsters and magic.</p><p>Your aim in Outcast Odyssey is to explore the colourful world around you, collecting treasures and uncovering monsters along the way.</p><p>The monsters you encounter can be defeated in RPG-like battles with the 'explosive' powers of the hundreds of hand-drawn (by acclaimed artists like Chuck Pires and Warren Louw) cards you can collect.</p><p>Naturally, you can enhance and even evolve your cards as you progress through the game in order to make them more powerful. According to the game's developers, 'stunning' particle and parallax effects bring your cards to life.</p><p>Back in August we found out that Blue Mammoth Games would be bringing its free-to-play platform fighter, Brawlhalla, to Nintendo Switch. Today, however, there's a new face joining the team - Rayman. <p>Rayman is coming to Brawlhalla on November 6th! pic.twitter.com/EbziS7Jy7Y— Brawlhalla (@Brawlhalla) September 2, 2018 Brawlhalla is a little like Super Smash Bros in that you've got to knock seven opponents off the fighting stage. While each character can carry two weapons, you can change them up mid-fight if you think others would be better suited to the battle. You can still kick butt the old fashioned way, of course.</p><p>As the name of the game might suggest, Brawlhalla is set around viking lore. After commanding the Valkyries to gather the very best warriors to fill his halls, Odin quickly finds out that they've brought warriors from all times and places. Since not everyone gets on, Brawlhalla gives the fighters a chance to blow off some steam as they await Ragnarok.</p><p>You'd think Rayman would be a pretty good fit for Brawlhalla, but aside from a few fans questioning how he fits into the lore (though pirates, cowboys, and Amazons aren't exactly in the books), it seems people have taken this as a sign he won't be in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.</p><p>Whether Rayman'll make a cheeky appearance or not, we'll have to wait and see, otherwise he'll be in at least one multiplayer Nintendo Switch brawler on November 6th. </p>
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