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<p>Nintendo has big plans for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with new promises of amiibo for all veteran characters coming at some point in the near future. The company revealed on its Japanese website that Pichu and Ice Climbers are getting amiibo soon. However, Nintendo also announced that any Smash Bros. fighter that doesn’t have an amiibo will be getting one in time, including characters like Snake and Young Link. </p><p>This is pretty big news for fans, as every character in Smash Bros. history will feature in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. All characters that weren’t included in the Wii U and 3DS versions of Smash will be getting their own amiibo for the first time.</p><p>Players can use amiibo in Super Smash Bros. to add that character to a fight as a figure player. You can fight with or against them, leveling them up to improve their stats and learn new techniques.</p><p>Super Smash Bros. Ultimate arrives on Nintendo Switch on December 7, 2018.</p>Hero drawing Volume(free download)The Flea and the Wrestler
<p>Winter has finally come to the Pocket Gamer Podcast this week, as James and Ric both compete for the iron throne in Reigns: Game of Thrones.</p><p>Speaking of epic battles, Huawei has decided to take a pop at the Nintendo Switch, revealing its new Mate 20 X smartphone and showing how it trumps the Switch specs in every category.</p><p>James isn't so sure that's a fight you should be picking, and Ric doesn't want a phone with one wonky bolted-on controller on the side. They agree to agree.</p><p>There's also chat about new Clash Royale-inspired racer F1 Mobile Racing, platformer port Max: The Curse of the Brotherhood, Dark Souls on the Switch, and more.</p>Download episode 461:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p>
"I might have." Anne went off into a shriek of laughter over the recollection of her first proposal. "The shock of the whole thing might have hypnotized me into some such rash and foolish act. Let us be thankful he did it by proxy."
<p>Chesire based publisher and developer Curioso have announced that their next mobile game will be arriving on the 5th December. It's called Rituals: The Book of SKOG and will bring a little horror the early knockings of the festive season for both iOS and Android.</p><p>Rituals is set in a secluded forest area where players will have to perform rituals to protect themselves from the evil forces that lurk in the darkness. The developers say that the game will deploy a number of scare tactics to ensure that even the simplest of puzzles become more difficult to complete.</p><p>It promises to keep players on edge with an array of unsettling effects, moody effects and music that amps up the tension. The head of the company, Johanna Vuorela talked about the idea behind the game. He said: “We wondered if casual puzzle games were about taking a few minutes to reset your brain, could a few minutes of ‘fright’ do the same?”.</p><p>They've tried to make the game as accessible as possible, so we can expect the puzzles to be fairly straightforward so that it can be easily understood even by those who aren't avid mobile gamers. I love the concept of making puzzles simple but adding challenge through scares, though I'm not sure how easy that will be to achieve.</p><p>More content is planned for the game in future but the developers want the game out in the wild as soon as possible to get players thoughts on Rituals. The soundtrack will also be available on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music too if you find yourself enjoying it playing the game.</p><p>Rituals: Book of SKOG will be available for free on the App Store and Google Play on 5th December.</p>Nominate your Game of the Year for the Pocket Gamer People's Choice Award 2020.
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