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<p>Pokemon Masters Ex has kicked off another event today that introduces a new Sync Pair to the game. It's called Dazzling Dizzying Battle Stage and will commemorate the arrival of Lisia & Altaria in Pasio.</p><p>They will be a 5-Star Tech Sync Pair and like all new additions to the game, their Sync Grid is already expanded and they can also be raised to 6-Star Ex, which will unlock an alternate outfit for Lisia. The duo will have their own Spotlight Scout with a slightly increased chance of netting the pair that will run from today until 12th November.</p><p>In terms of attacking moves, Altaria will have Twister and Moonblast for dishing out damage. Elsewhere he also has Defog which clears the field of terrain effects, lowers opponents evasiveness and removes field effects from the opponents' field of play. Altaria will also Mega evolve after using its Sync Move which will see Twister replaced with Dragon Pulse. </p><p>Altaria will also have a move called Spotlight, Please! which will cause the opponents to target the Humming Pokemon for a while alongside raising his Defence and Special Attack. Meanwhile, Altaria has three passives that will charge the move gauge by one whenever Altaria is hit, buff his attack the lower his HP and bring a small chance of reducing the user's sync move cooldown.</p><p>The event itself will see players clearing a series of battles to earn travel tokens. These can then be used to advance through the event maps where they'll be able to earn a host of rewards that will include a 4-Star Power-Up, 3-Star Power-Up, Support Move Candy Coin and 5-Star Scout Ticket. There will also be a series of missions to complete that will net players Gems and Medals.</p><p>Pokemon Masters Ex is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for a more traditional RPG experience to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad"The old year is going away beautifully," said Anne.
<p>Earlier today Business Wire reported that the highly-demanded micro-consoles, SNES: Classic and the NES: Classic Mini are getting more stock.</p><p>If you've been keeping up on the scoop for the past year(ish) you'll know that whenever Nintendo drops one of these bite-sized machines they barely have time to get the shelves warm before they're snatched up. Well, apparently Ninty's heard your calls and they are bringing more stock in.</p><p>The SNES: Classic consoles were only supposed to ship into the holiday season, but now it'll keep on going from September 29th (US launch) into 2018. Apparently there will be a steady supply of systems arriving into store regularly, but we'll see how that goes.</p><p>Where the NES: Classic Mini is concerned, it'll be making a comeback in summer 2018. Information's a little limited at the moment, but we'll let you know more when more details crop up.</p>
<p>It's that time of year again. Wallets will be emptied. Libraries will be updated. Productivity will be nuked. Regrets will be had.</p><p>The Steam summer sale is here, bringing us 10 days of cheap games, big bundles of discounted wares, and a weird meta game that we won't even pretend to understand.</p><p>We're all about helping you make smart decisions on Steam, though, so instead of just telling you to go the Steam front page and spend your money on everything you see, we're instead going to pick just five games most deserving of your cash.</p><p>Here's what's worth getting on Day 1:</p><p>Valkyria ChroniclesBy SEGA - buy on PC (£3.74)</p><p>It's part turn-based tactics game and part shooter, set in an alternate-history World War II that's fought by anime kids. It's weird but wonderfully engrossing and you'll get wrapped up in the story of your unique team of soldiers.</p><p>This is a truly enormous game, with a proper 40-hour long RPG story (complete with extra side quests, and all the character levelling and micro-management you'd expect), making it a right barg' at less than a fiver.</p><p>XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete PackBy Firaxis Games - buy on PC, Mac, and Linux (£4.99)</p><p>I wouldn't worry much about goofy Cold War shooter The Bureau. Instead, stump for the XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Pack which gives you both the brilliant tactical alien blaster and its huge expansion, Enemy Within for £5.</p><p>The game's all about juggling your underground research base, sudden appearances of UFOs, international diplomacy, and on-the-ground firefights against alien butt heads.</p><p>Check out the massive slate of difficulty options for loads of reasons to replay the game. You'll still be playing this when XCOM 2 comes out.</p><p>Mirror's EdgeBy DICE - buy on PC (£2.19)</p><p>With a sequel getting shown off at E3 next week, there's no time like the present to sample this ambitious, and slightly brilliant first person parkour game.</p><p>It's set in a sparkly clean police state, and you play as Faith - a badass chick who delivers uncensored messages by hopping between rooftops and leapfrogging coppers.</p><p>It feels fantastic to get into the flow and tackle a whole bunch of obstacles in one, seamless, balletic move. Crank the visuals as high as they can go, and turn on those nifty physics effects too.</p><p>Papers, PleaseBy 3909 - buy on PC, Mac, and Linux (£2.09)</p><p>If you've ever doubted the potential for a video game to tell an effecting story, check this game out.</p><p>You play as an admissions officer on the border of some fictional country, and have to check that all immigrants and travellers have the correct passports and visas and ID cards. It's paperwork, the video game.</p><p>But by giving you a family that's cold and hungry and sick, and giving you opportunities to take bribes and earn extra cash through illegitimate means, you'll learn first hand why some people will allow themselves to be corrupted.</p><p>FEZBy Polytron Corporation - buy on PC, Mac, and Linux (£1.39)</p><p>And something a bit lighter for our final recommendation. This is a cute, charming, and intoxicatingly mysterious puzzle game about a little dude called Gomez whose magic red hat lets him see his flat world in all three dimensions.</p><p>This sets up some simple puzzles about spinning the world around in big chunky 90 degree increments to open hidden paths and create impossible pathways by faffing about with perspective,</p><p>But the real stars are those complicated bonus puzzles that have you decoding a foreign language, or a cryptic map, or a QR code. Some of these conundrums will have you stumped for weeks.</p>
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<p>Milkmaid of the Milky Way is clearly inspired by the good old adventure games of yore. From its pixely artstyle to its deliberately old school interface, this is a love letter from a fan.</p>