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"Anyway, I hope when my time comes I'll go quick and easy. I don't think I'm a coward, Mistress Blythe--I've looked an ugly death in the face more than once without blenching. But the thought of a lingering death does give me a queer, sick feeling of horror."
That is, to you, my origin and ender;
They could not know precisely at what hour he had died, but Anne always believed that he had had his wish, and went out when the morning came across the gulf. Out on that shining tide his spirit drifted, over the sunrise sea of pearl and silver, to the haven where lost Margaret waited, beyond the storms and calms.Updated 22nd September, 8:37 AM: Get excited as the wonderful little platformer Tons of Bullets has officially arrived on iOS.<p>Grab it on the App Store here for £1.49/$1.99 and help Kenji save his love in style.</p><p>Almost a month after we first mentioned it, Tons of Bullets is finally arriving onto mobile in the next couple of days, according to PlayPlayFun's website for the game.</p><p><p>Hide... Hide... No!!! Stealth Mode in TONS OF BULLETS game https://t.co/H7pIpehLgW @NightRTs @ShoutGamers #indiegame #indiedev #pixelart pic.twitter.com/57uX4MmxaW— PlayPlayFun (@playplayfun) September 21, 2016 Though I've covered the game before in a previous article, Tons of Bullets is a brilliant-looking little platformer with a bag-load of charm. You play as Kenji the ninja as he goes about his quest to rescue his love from the clutches of the evil Dr Mad.</p><p>From both their forum page and a recent Twitter post, we can see the game's stealth element more intimately, as it merges your classic platformer with something that requires pacing; a nice addition.</p><p>According to their website, Tons of Bullets is due out tomorrow, the 22nd September on PC, Mac, iOS, and eventually Android, but you know the drill. We'll update you when the game drops.</p>
Summon Heroes<p>Ever get the feeling that those Link amiibo were a bit... naff? Well, toon link was okay but adult Link... Poor adult Link.</p><p>Well, some small justice is about to be done as new versions of each of them are set to launch this Christmas, along with an 8-bit Link and toon Zelda.</p><p>New adult Link is riffing on his Ocarina, while the new toon Link is showing off his famous conductor's baton.</p><p>But 8-bit Link really steals the show here. If you don't have an intense craving to have that amiibo in your hands right now, then you probably have no soul. Sorry.</p><p>The original Zelda amiibo was great, and so is the new one. It's nice to see toon Zelda make an appearance though we would have been equally pleased to have seen Tetra.</p><p>Anyway, enough of this chatter. You guys want to hear the facts, and those are that the amiibo will have standard functions for each character and will work in the upcoming Wii U (and probably NX) title, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.</p><p>Save up those pennies or beg Santa Claus, for all four amiibo are set to launch this Christmas.</p><p>Source: Polygon.</p>
<p>Grim Fandango Remastered is headed to Nintendo Switch in the coming months, according to an announcement from Double Fine at E3 this week. The classic point-and-click adventure is being re-released on the Switch to celebrate developer Double Fine’s 20th anniversary.</p><p>One of Double Fine’s most popular games, Grim Fandango tells the story of travel agent Manny Calvera, a travel agent guiding people onwards to the afterlife. The game stands out for its interesting mix of film noir and Mexican folklore. The game has since seen various re-releases over the years, including versions for iOS.</p><p>Grim Fandango isn’t making it’s Switch debut all on its lonesome, though. Double Fine is also releasing their more recent contribution to the classic genre, Broken Age, on Switch at the same time. The two-part adventure drew a good bit of attention when it launched earlier this decade.</p><p>Will you be adding Grim Fandango or Broken Age to your Nintendo Switch library? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.</p>The Father and His Sons
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