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1、<p>As promised, Nintendo has revealed a bunch of new information about Fire Emblem: Three Houses.</p><p>The game's title comes from the fact that the game's world of Fodlan is ruled by three different families who exist in "relative" harmony. You, playing as a male or female character depending on your choice, start life as a mercenary, until you start seeing visions of an anime lady and suddenly become the hero the world needs.</p><p>You also get to be a university teacher, and choose which of the three families to side with as you train them up to become knights of the future.</p><p>The gameplay looks to follow the familiar Fire Emblem formula, with turn-based battles on huge battlefields, and permadeath always on - so don't go getting your students killed at any point.</p><p>You can also train up your students at the university to make them stronger, and they'll also interact while studying to improve their relationships and unlock their true potential.</p><p>All that is set to come on July 26th, with both a regular version and a special edition complete with a bunch of goodies.</p>
1、<p>Sheep Squad is a brand new turn-based action-strategy game that’s just been released on iOS and Android devices.</p><p>The game fuses the very best mechanics of games like Worms, Bowmasters and Super Mario Maker to offer you ultimate control over your own battle arenas. It sounds like a weird combination, but with the right balance of each influence there’s a lot of potential for endless fun here.</p><p>For fans of turn-based action strategy games like Worms, you should know what to expect here. You choose from a variety of incredibly cute sheep characters, each with their own unique set of weapons and abilities, to battle each other in custom-built arenas which feature a wide array of traps and hazards. You can watch a trailer below to see some of Sheep Squad’s immersive gameplay that will appeal to fans of the genre.</p>
3、THE BIRDS waged war with the Beasts, and each were by turns the conquerors. A Bat, fearing the uncertain issues of the fight, always fought on the side which he felt was the strongest. When peace was proclaimed, his deceitful conduct was apparent to both combatants. Therefore being condemned by each for his treachery, he was driven forth from the light of day, and henceforth concealed himself in dark hiding-places, flying always alone and at night.