<p>This year's instalment of Sega's popular football title, Football Manager 2020 Manager and Touch has arrived for iOS and Android. As is often the case with yearly games, there are several larger changes Sega have discussed alongside more minor additions that only an extremely dedicated Football Manager fans are likely to notice.</p><p>We covered several of these changes last week, which includes a revamped youth system, reserve teams and competitions, rivalries, and an overhaul to media interactions. You'll also be able to manage a team in both the Danish and Greek leagues, so if you've ever wanted to manage the likes of Brondby or Olympiacos, now you can.</p><p>The mobile version of Football Manager has often been well-received by Pocket Gamer over the years, usually scoring a rating of 4/5. It's designed to be a more streamlined alternative to the heavily involved PC version, which makes it easier for on the go. You'll be able to whip through seasons far quicker so you'll get your in-game child much faster if that's something that interests you.</p><p>If you still want a more involved version of the game but want that portability a laptop doesn't quite offer then there's Football Manager 2020 Touch, which is designed specifically for tablets and makes use of the larger screen to give players an experience that's a step closer to the PC version.</p><p>This includes additional features such as the development centre where you'll able to take closer control over your young hopefuls. You'll also be able to develop a club vision where you'll have set objectives to meet each season which will have an impact on the clubs identity. This will affect transfers, playstyle and how you're expected to perform in the league and various cups.</p><p>Football Manager 2020 Mobile is available now on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs £8.99. Similarly, Football Manager 2020 Touch is available through the App Store and Google Play with a higher price tag of £19.99.</p>Nominate your Game of the Year for the Pocket Gamer People's Choice Award 2020.Punch Arena Mod Punch Arena v 0.2 Mod Features:The second time I entered the game to give a lot of currencySwing your fists and knock out all opponents!Are you ready to become the number 1 puncher?Join the arena and let's find out.
To make things even more interesting, the game features an unlikely car restore shop (because who wouldn’t want that in a high school, right?). Here, you can earn money by working, which triggers a nice tiny ad for you to take advantage of. Don’t worry though, that’s not all the good that comes out of this little building. You also get to drive cars (until they’re broken from exhaustion) and visit your favorite touristy places. As you make your way towards the beautiful fields, you can choose to visit the amusement park and ride the attractions there until you’re sore from all the fun. All the actions you decide to take in the game will directly affect the simulation and give your character a unique personality from the millions of other players.<p>As you might be able to tell by its title, RAD Boarding is pitched as being the gnarliest snowboarding game out there.</p><p>It's a very 1990s kind of sell. That was a decade in which adverts for almost everything involved someone doing extreme sports, and performing gang signs to the camera.</p><p>RAD Boarding is a bit like playing one of those adverts. You're snowboarding - which is pretty rad already - but you're also racing against the apocalypse. Extreme, man, as we used to say.</p><p>Then you've got to perform "sick" tricks, pulling combos, and surpassing your friends' tombstones to beat their score. Oh, and there are rare frogs to pop that unlock costumes and other rewards (for some reason).</p>
<p>It's been a while, internet lovelies, but the NX rumour train has started another journey. Today's stop: a potential name-change from the Nintendo NX to the Nintendo Duo.</p><p>Take this newsbit with a pinch of salt because, much like 99% of the NX news out at the moment, nothing has been confirmed. According to an image posted on 2Chan earlier, the Nintendo NX could just be a codename/placeholder before its full name was revealed.</p><p>As mentioned in gadgets360's post this name change could make a whole lot of sense in the long run. Officially confirmed by a Pokemon CEO several weeks ago, the NX is most likely going to be a console/handheld hybrid so by using Duo over NX at least it would fit the brief a little better.</p><p>Of course there's still a chance Nintendo could turn around in the next few months, point, and then laugh at us for believing the rumour train for so long. Having confirmed very little, and considering the launch date/reveal was supposed to be in March 2017, the deadline's getting tighter and tighter for Nintendo to start nodding along with the statements and theories.</p>
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