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2、Raiders of the Lost Ark (Beta)<p>The latest update to iOS, 8.1, is out today. There's not much new if you're only interested in gaming, but we thought we'd fill you in on some of the big changes anyway. Just in case, like.</p><p>Probably the biggest of the new additions is Apple Pay, which lets you use the NFC capabilities of your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to pay for things.</p><p>You can store credit card details on your device, then wave it at a card reader with a thumb parked on the Touch ID button to splash some cash.</p><p>The service is only available in the US at the moment, unfortunately, so the rest of us are going to have to keep fumbling in our wallets or stealing things.</p>Elsewhere...<p>The Camera Roll section of your gallery has also made a comeback, because everyone hated the alternative apparently.</p><p>There's the iCloud Photo beta too, which essentially creates a cloud-based repository of the images you take on all your Apple things, adding new images to the different devices as and when they happen elsewhere.</p><p>There are some other tweaks and twists here and there as well. Although you will need 2.2GB of free space to actually install it. Which sounds a bit mental.</p><p>You can grab iOS 8.1 from your device right now for nowt. Have fun with it.</p>
3、The Swallow and the Crow<p>This week, Nintendo and pals unleashed the kraken of content upon the shores of the iOS and Android gaming continent.</p><p>Within 24 hours we witnessed the app store birth of Monster Hunter Stories, Professor Layton and the Curious Village, and Harvest Moon: Light of Hope.</p><p>In addition to touchscreen ports of these 3DS games, we were also given a historical first with Dragalia Lost, an original Nintendo IP created exclusively for mobile.</p>Download episode 458:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p>
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3、A CERTAIN rich man bought in the market a Goose and a Swan. He fed the one for his table and kept the other for the sake of its song. When the time came for killing the Goose, the cook went to get him at night, when it was dark, and he was not able to distinguish one bird from the other. By mistake he caught the Swan instead of the Goose. The Swan, threatened with death, burst forth into song and thus made himself known by his voice, and preserved his life by his melody.<p>There's no shortage of JRPGs or even homages to classic JRPGs these days. But, even among all of those, Regalia - Of Men And Monarchs manages to stand out.</p><p>At the moment, it's on Kickstarter and has reached its base funding goal of $40,000. That'll bring it to PC.</p><p>However, stretch goals have been revealed, and a PS Vita and PS4 version will be possible if $60,000 in funding can be raised. There's still plenty of time to do that, too.</p><p>So let's have a look at Regalia, shall we?</p><p>For starters, on first impressions it has a similar hand-drawn look to The Banner Saga. This is mostly due to the isometric view and grid-based combat. It also takes a lot of influence from European myth and folklore.</p><p>Look a little deeper, though, and Regalia's differences become clear.</p><p>It has you playing as a prince called Kay who has his dreams of a fairy tale lifestyle dashed as he discovers the realm left to him is in tatters, and his family name in a huge debt.</p><p>Setting out from here, you have to guide Kay towards cleaning this grand mess up. Making matters worse is the fact that you only have two years on in-game time to do this.</p><p>Your progress as you wander the kingdom is assessed every three months. So if you're not doing good on taking on quests, restoring buildings, and getting involved in the politics of the land's factions then your game will end.</p><p>Another part of making progress is talking to villagers to unlock their "Social Links." These give you skill mods, store discounts, and other benefits. You just have to hold a good conversation.</p><p>There are also multi-part dungeons to explore. The game uses turn-based combat on grids with a party. And there are no healing potions or magic to help you out here.</p><p>Instead, the combat in Regalia demands that you shield your party as much as possible, especially as damage carries over between battles in the same dungeon.</p><p>All of that considered, Regalia seems like it'll be a tough and varied RPG experience. Consider backing it on Kickstarter to get it closer to that PS Vita port.</p>