<p>We've been talking about it since Mario Kart Tour was announced a couple of weeks back, but it looks like Nintendo's mobile title's got a price point.<p>DeNA CEO said "Mario Kart Tour," a Nintendo-DeNA smartphone game planned for FY18, will be free-to-start.— Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) February 8, 2018 WSJ reporter Takashi Mochizuki noted on Twitter earlier today that the CEO of DeNA said that the game would be 'free to start' and further confirmed release sometime in the next fiscal year.</p><p>On the outside 'free to start' immediately throws up ideas that MKT will be like Super Mario Run, in that you can try out the first bit and then buy the rest. However, as pointed out by Oscar Lemaire, Nintendo's late CEO Satoru Iwata preferred to use the term 'free to start' instead of 'free to play'.</p><p>As we each felt similarly in our opinion piece on the game and Jon Jordan's view on it, going the free to play route in this case will likely be the smarter idea so long as it'll be handled appropriately. I'd hate to run into paywalls mid-race or have to pay to unlock more karts, but only time will tell.</p><p>Do you think going free to play is a good idea? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
1、So it fell out that Marilla and Mrs. Rachel Lynde and the twins came to Four Winds for Christmas. Marilla had the face of a woman who had circumnavigated the globe. She had never been sixty miles away from home before; and she had never eaten a Christmas dinner anywhere save at Green Gables.<p>Old School RuneScape players are no doubt prepping for this Friday's competitive DMM tournament. If this is the first you've heard of it, this month-long tournament is part of Jagex's contribution to the #PlayApartTogether initiative, which we've covered several times over this last month or so.</p><p>The idea is that all players will start from scratch with a new character, who they'll then have to level up as quickly as possible. DMM (or Deadman Mode) plays out on a PvP server where you run the risk of losing progress on death. As you might imagine, things can get pretty tense in no time flat.</p><p>Following the opening stages, the top 2,000 players will then progress to the live finale on May 30th. Cue an epic battle where the total number of contestants will be whittled down to 256. The best of the best will then face one another in 1v1 knockout rounds. This will keep going until a winner eventually emerges.</p>
2、Minecraft(Mod Menu)Like fools that in th' imagination set
4、<p>This War of Mine is one of those experiences I regard as unmissable and a game that's an utter must-have, especially now that it's at such a minuscule price on iOS.</p><p>With safest distance I mine honour shielded.
1、The One-Eyed Doe<p>Cheeky, Hothead Games, very cheeky. You tell us you're going to launch Kill Shot Bravo on November 19th, and what do you do? You bring it out on November 17th.</p><p>No complaints here. You're going to let me shoot some hardened fools in the face two days early? Fine, I'll take it. But only this once (probably).</p><p>Kill Shot Bravo is out now, folks. You can travel across the world with a range of guns and use them to shoot terrorists.</p><p>Yes, you did this in Kill Shot, the game this is a sequel to. But Kill Shot Bravo adds PvP so you can shoot online players sniper duals too.</p><p>You're also able to bring friends into the main missions with you. You can compete to shoot more men than each other and they can also help you spot enemies for you to take out.</p>
2、A FOX entered into partnership with a Lion on the pretense of becoming his servant. Each undertook his proper duty in accordance with his own nature and powers. The Fox discovered and pointed out the prey; the Lion sprang on it and seized it. The Fox soon became jealous of the Lion carrying off the Lion's share, and said that he would no longer find out the prey, but would capture it on his own account. The next day he attempted to snatch a lamb from the fold, but he himself fell prey to the huntsmen and hounds.