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Of court, of city, and had let go by<p>You can definitely file this one in the good news / bad news section. The good news is that the long-awaited, mobile-exclusive action RPG set in one of the most famous fantasy settings in gaming, The Elder Scrolls: Blades, is now available for Android, iPhone, and iPad.</p><p>The bad news is that it isn't really. Right now there are pages on both the App Store and the Google Play Store where you can, if you have a compatible device, download the client for the game. But if you want to actually play it, you're going to have to wait for an invitation to the early access program that's running right now.It's a soft launch, kindaReally then this is an invitation-only soft launch. You can download the game, poke at the screen for a bit, but then you're going to be met with a log-in screen. From there you'll need to add in your Bethesda account. If you've not received an invitation to the Early Access event on that account, then that's pretty much as far as you're going to get.</p><p>However we have been able to dig a few little morsels of information out of the slightly revamped store page. For one thing we can see that IAPs in the game are going to get you gems. Prices for them range from £1.99 up to £99.99. There's also something called a Starter Pack available for £4.99, which we're gonna guess gets you some gems and some equipment if you buy it when you first start the game.</p><p>It's also looking like some multiplayer components of the game - The Arena specifically - aren't going to be available until after the initial launch of the game. </p>The 25 best multiplayer games for iPhone and iPad<p>In a way that's a good thing, because it means we might get to see the game earlier than we would have otherwise. It's also a bit sucky though, because we won't be getting the full experience on day one.</p><p>Here's all the blurb from the App Store page as well, so you can have a quick peruse of it -</p>From Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Skyrim, comes The Elder Scrolls: Blades – a classic dungeon crawler reimagined.The Blades, the Empire’s top agents, are forced into exile. On the run, you return to your hometown to find it destroyed.KEY FEATURES:QUEST and Experience stunning dungeon adventures.CREATE and customize your city, restoring it to greatness.CONQUER your friends and rivals in epic one-on-one Arena battles.*CREATE any character you want and discover unique weapons, armor, and abilities.MASTER the never-ending Abyss with a cutting-edge combat system.*NOTE: Arena modes will be added after the initial launch of The Elder Scrolls: Blades.<p>You can click here to go and register for the early access event. And, of course, we'll let you know as soon as the game is available world wide.</p><p>There seems to be a decent amount of discontent among people who've seen that the game's live, downloaded it, and then been faced with needing an invite they don't have to get to play. What do you think? Has Bethesda handled this a little weird, could it have done things differently? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
<p>If you've not yet had a go with Layton's Mystery Journey because it's been a touch too pricey, Level-5's just come up with the best solution: a starter kit on iOS.</p><p>
<p>The vast world of Old School RuneScape has grown once again with the arrival of the rather uninviting vampyre city of Darkmeyer.</p><p>A new quest named Sins of the Father gives you the opportunity to unlock the city's gates, though only the most intrepid of adventurers need apply this time around. The quest itself follows a band of freedom fighters, known as the Myreque, as they work to free the swamplands of Morytania from its monstrous ruler, Lord Drakan.</p>In serving the wicked, expect no reward, and be thankful if you escape injury for your pains.
<p>Yep, you read that right. Japan should be feeling properly nostalgic this Christmas as VS. Super Mario Bros arrives on the Nintendo Switch.</p><p>VS. Super Mario Bros is the arcade version of Super Mario Bros (1985) in which you'll take up arms as either Mario or Luigi and a pal will take up the latter. I know, that was totally not obvious, right?</p><p>Not long after Mario Bros arrived on the Switch's Arcade Archives, this second entry is but one of many more to come. Of course, there's no sign of Ninty's ever-awaited virtual console as of yet, but we this is an okay solution for now right?...Right?</p><p>VS. Super Mario Bros arrives on the Japanese Switch eShop on December 22nd for 823 yen. Though you can pick the title up anyway thanks to the Switch's open region, it's highly likely the game will launch simultaneously worldwide as well .</p><p>Source: Twitter</p>
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