Location: Planet Utopia. Once a galactic billionaire resort, it turns into a living hell possessed by lifeless dalogas, demons, and war robots. Tireless war is being waged here."For instance," said Gilbert, laughing, "let us hope he will be able to propose on his own account. Anne, would you have married Billy if he had asked you himself, instead of getting Jane to do it for him?"
1、Update on June 10 at 09:38: Well, that was a bit faster than expected, especially since Kairosoft already launched an iOS game this week, but Station Manager is also available on iOS here.<p>Kairosoft's latest is a treat for train lovers. It lets you create and manage your own train station in typical Kairosoft fashion.</p><p>They're not about to change their way of doing games now, especially since it's still working and they've been doing it for a long, long time.</p>It's called Station Manager and it's out now as a premium app.<p>Some of you may know Densha de Go, a popular title in Japan that lets you run your own train line. While you are not directly controlling the train here, you'll have to manage your station, place vending machines and even create your own subway system.</p><p>As per Kairosoft's release schedule, the game's out first on Android and should come out in the near future on iOS.</p>"No, no. I--I can't tell you how I knew. It just came into my mind, somehow. Leslie, don't look at me like that!"
3、<p>It's been a while since Gameloft teased us with their triage of upcoming games. Since Zombie Anarchy and Gangstar: New Orleans are both out on mobile, we're just waiting on Modern Combat Versus. It may not be out worldwide, but it has just soft launched in a couple more locations.</p><p>
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2、<p>Happy Monday, one and all. It's sunny, hot, and Colin Lane is bringing out a new game this week, so it's a pretty good day.</p><p>The Wolf and the Lamb
3、<p>The PS Vita hasn't exactly been a big handheld for a long time now, but there's still a small group of people out there who care passionately about it. Me, for example. You may have noticed since I took over at PG a sudden uptick in PS Vita reviews - that's because I love that darn thing. And I need an excuse to play it.</p><p>So it's devastating to hear that Catherine: Full Body will probably be giving the Vita a miss when it eventually comes out in the West. The plucky handheld's logo is missing from the game's official website, and a recent tweet by Atlus omits it when confirming Full Body's Western release.</p><p>Need more Catherine in your life?Pick up the original Catherine Classic on Steam right now!Also, get ready for the launch of Catherine: Full Body when it launches on PS4 in the West later this year!https://t.co/Hz6Gr7Km1h pic.twitter.com/k7J9tcVtcO— Atlus U.S.A., Inc. (@AtlusUSA) January 10, 2019 <p>This has all come about in the wake of the launch of Catherine Classic, a rerelease of the original game on Steam. Atlus seems to have been going round and updating its sites with new info, and in this sweep it would appear that it's quietly killed off a Western Vita release.</p><p>Keep in mind that Atlus hasn't outright said that Catherine: Full Body won't launch on PS Vita. This could just be a casual omission in favour of consoles that people actually still use, outside of terrible folks like myself. But sometimes the loudest words are the ones left unspoken, and it certainly feels like that's the case this time around.</p><p>Worse yet, now I actually have to buy the game on PS4 instead of scumming a Vita review code off someone! Truly, I am the biggest victim here, and I'll be making my local MP aware of the situation.</p><p>All that said, with Catherine Classic having launched on Steam, it wouldn't be hugely surprising to see it re-released on other consoles as well. Perhaps a Switch port is on its way in the future? There's not even a sniff of this happening yet, but I'll keep my fingers crossed.</p><p>Catherine is a deeply, deeply problematic game, thanks to its iffy representation of trans people and overt sexism, but I still hold it close to my heart as a brilliant puzzler and darkly comedic story-driven title. Here's hoping a Vita version of Full Body arrives eventually.</p>