Not age, but sorrow, over me hath power.<p>Sam Barlow, the creator of the magnificent Her Story, took the indie gaming world by storm with its unique take on what a game was. Using only a series of videos and a search engine that worked with keywords, you needed to solve a mystery that ran far deeper than you were originally told.</p><p>It seems that its next project is a bit the opposite. WarGames is a reboot of a 1983 movie about hacking and this time Barlow's creation is a show (still about hacking) that is imbued with interactivity. Viewers will follow different point of views by switching between video feeds and make choices along the way. This should, in turn, shape how the story reacts.</p>
1、<p>This is the bit you guys've been waiting for realistically, so I won't harp on in a lengthy introduction. Compared to Apple or Samsung's spec-heavy keynotes, Nintendo shied away from the technical-side of things, so here's what we know so far.</p><p>First of all - the Switch is region free which means no nasty locking! Thankfully Nintendo took a double-take with that idea and decided against it in the end.</p><p>Though it actually wasn't talked about in the presentation itself, the specifications confirmed are pretty much what we thought they were going to be. As you'll see above, the layout is simple, complete with a top-facing game card slot, an audio jack for headphones, touch screen, and a brightness sensor.</p><p>The internal memory is a pretty standard 32 GB. It doesn't sound like an awful lot by today's standard, but bear in mind that unless you're buying things digitally your games will be on a removable game card. Alternatively, you can expand the memory by using standard SDXC cards.</p><p>The screen itself is a 6.2 inch capacitive touch screen which can display a resolution of 1280 x 720.</p><p>When you buy a Nintendo Switch, in the box you'll get: a Switch console, a left and right Joy-Con, Joy-Con straps, the Joy-con grip, the Switch dock, a HDMI cable, and an AC adaptor. Pro Controller is available to purchase separately.</p><p>There will be two versions to purchase - one with the regular grey controllers, and one with the funky neon blue/neon red Joy-Cons, but both will be the exact same price of $299.99.</p><p>You can grab the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for $69.99, extra Joy-Con controllers for $79.99 (set) or $49.99 (single), the Joy-Con charging grip for $29.99, the Docking Set (including HDMI and AC adaptor) for $89.99, and finally a Joy-Con wheel set for $14.99.</p><p>Pre-order reservations will start in Japan on January 21st. </p>
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4、Presently Gilbert said, with a change of tone, "Do I or do I not see a full-rigged ship sailing up our lane?"<p>Old-school arcade game Toki is getting a remake for Nintendo Switch by the end of this year, and it’s looking quite nice. The game originally released back in 1989, where it achieved cult status in arcades for its tough-as-nails platforming action.</p><p>The remake features redrawn artwork, and the hand-animated look is quite striking. The music has also been remastered, giving Toki a full makeover. While the game looks much more up to date, it will feature the same story and gameplay, telling the tale of a man turned into a chimpanzee, who goes on an adventure to find the wizard who cursed him and transform back into his original form.</p><p>
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3、<p>Some of us like to build things, while others delight in tearing them down. Wrecking Squad, the latest arcade hit from Big Blue Bubble, is sure to appeal to the latter, with some 250 levels of destructive delights. Your task is to guide your Wrecking Squad as they destroy everything in sight with a wide array of tools for the job while kicking out the evil Robo-Jerks roaming the city.</p>