Whose bare out-bragged the web it seemed to wear:<p>Following the release of Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc on iOS and Android, Spike Chunsoft has now launched the Anniversary Edition of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair.</p>Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition Review - "Still worth playing after ten years"<p>This port of the much-loved sequel has seemingly received the same treatment as its predecessor, now offering improved touchscreen controls and a reworked UI for handsets and tablets.</p><p>Dave reviewed the Anniversary Edition of Trigger Happy Havoc back in May, praising the port for its noticeable bump in resolution and mobile-friendly updates.</p><p>"Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc on iOS is the best handheld version of the game. It's true! Sure, the PS Vita might be the ideal, and intended, way to play the game, but on an iPhone or iPad the game looks incredibly smooth", said Dave, before awarding it a very respectable Silver Rating.</p><p>It certainly helps that the game itself has aged well for the most part and still provides an enjoyably twisted tale. The sequel's mobile port will hopefully be just as solid as the original's. </p><p>You'll find Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition available for purchase now as a premium title from over on the App Store and Google Play. It's currently priced at $15.99. </p>Hunting for some top-tier narrative games? Here are some of the very best for iOS & Android
<p>PUBG Mobile had previously announced a new dedicated league for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and the League Finals are set to commence tomorrow. They will run from October 22nd to 25th and will feature some of the finest teams from those regions.</p><p>Esports in PUBG Mobile has grown tremendously this year, with the EMEA being created as a replacement for the PMCO Regional Finals. Therefore, this will be the inaugural finals for the EMEA League as the game continues to be enjoyed on a competitive level by viewers and players alike. </p>PUBG Mobile declares war on cheaters with industry-leading anti-cheat system, and here's how it works<p>The EMEA League initially started with the 32 best teams from Europe, the Middle East and Africa but this has now been whittled down to just 16. The teams battling it out to claim the number one spot include:</p><p>• Natus Vincere• World of Wonders• Team 1218• Klas Game Esports• NaixCS• IRAQI ELITE• Headquarters• Team Umbra• SNAKEsquad• OshTekkWarriors• FRAG MACHINES• Konina Power• GODSENT• Alliance• Blaze Esports• fastPay WildCats</p><p>By the end of October 25th, we'll have our first winner of the EMEA PUBG Mobile League, which has a prize pool of $100,000. The top three teams will then progress to the PUBG Mobile Global Championships for a chance to prove they're the best in the world.</p><p>If you're a fan of PUBG Mobile esports you'll be able to catch all of the action over on the game's official YouTube channel. The action will kick off at 18:00 GMT +3 each day between 22nd and 25th October.</p><p>Fancy yourself as an esports contender? PUBG Mobile is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>On the lookout for more action-packed multiplayer games? Here are 25 of the best for iPhone and iPad
<p>[This article was originally published on our sister site PocketGamer.biz.]If you're a developer currently working on a game for mobile, wearables, VR, or handheld devices, here's your chance to grab a couple of tickets (worth $600) to Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki free of charge.</p><p>The catch? There is one but it's all good, really.</p><p>To qualify you need to feature in our next Very Big Indie Pitch, which is taking place during the conference on 7-8 September.</p><p>And you'll need to hurry because the remaining slots are limited (and filling up fast!).</p>What is it?<p>The Very Big Indie Pitch is the bigger brother of our regular BIP event, which sees indie developers engage in a speed-dating-styled pitching competition for fame (oh, and a promotional prize worth $thousands).</p><p>It's a fun but hotly contested event that has proved a genuine game-changer for teams in the past.</p><p>[img id="60278" caption="The happy winners of our Gamescom 2015 Big Indie Pitch"]</p><p>You can get a pretty decent lowdown here (PDF pack download).</p>What are the rules?You can pitch games for mobile, smartwatch, VR, and handheldYou can pitch your game even if you've pitched it at a previous BIPWe prefer to see unreleased games, though we're happy to see games that are out tooOne submission only per developer/teamEach successful applicant gets two free PGC Helsinki developer tickets (worth $600) - additional tickets for other team members are discountedEven if your application is not successful you'll still get a discount!Deadline for entries is midnight 21st August 2015 (but the sooner, the better - entry details below)How do you register?<p>If you're good to go then submit your details and game here</p><p>The remaining slots will fill up fast, so don't delay. (Should you need to, you can register with the PG.biz Business Network in order to enter.)</p><p>All submissions will be notified if they are successful in their application to pitch at the event.</p><p>We'll leave you with some top tips on how to prepare for the Big Indie Pitch and look forward to seeing you in Helsinki.</p><p>Loud House: Outta Control is the latest game to hit Apple Arcade. It's based on Nickelodeon's hit animated series, The Loud House, which follows 11-year old Lincoln Loud and his 10 sisters: Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lucy, Lana, Lola, Lisa, and Lily.</p><p>As the name might suggest, the show is fairly chaotic, filled with lots of larger-than-life characters and ridiculous plotlines. Outta Control is described as a casual strategy game where you'll be challenged to help each and every Loud sibling reach a specific goal.</p><p>Some of these objectives include guiding Lincoln to his favourite comic books or helping Lana to her 'mud pies' before your allotted time hits zero. You'll have to stay on top of the multiple pathways and dodge loaded diapers or flying pies to claim victory.</p><p>Bonus points can be earned by completing objectives with speed and efficiency. But beware! Crashing into one another is a regular occurrence, and so you're going to have to think carefully about your moves in order to stay upright. If you just so happen to be successful, you'll unlock new stages to take on.</p><p>As you continue to progress, you'll see all the areas of the Loud House, from the front yard to the kitchen to the attic. Every level offers both a change of scenery and some tricky challenges to keep things fresh.</p><p>Boastworthy medals can be collected along the way, and there are plenty of special items straight from the Loud House to seek out, including Lucy's crystal ball and Lisa's Gloweos.</p><p>Even if you're not a fan of the show's look, Outta Control's animation is undoubtedly impressive. It's also good to see Apple Arcade continue to launch titles for a younger audience, giving them mobile games to enjoy that don't feature ads or IAPs. </p><p>"We wanted to make a game that celebrates what makes The Loud House great: having fun surviving household chaos, generating laughs through characters and their relationships, and grounding gameplay in personal stakes", said Adrian Wright, VP of Games at Nickelodeon.</p><p>Loud House: Outta Control will be available for download to all Apple Arcade subscribers starting today.</p>On the hunt for more quality strategy games? Here are 25 of the best for iPhone and iPad
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<p>Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies also known as Ace Attorney 5 is finally getting released on Android, nearly three years after iOS.</p><p>AA5 is, for me, one of the best in the series. It introduces meaningful characters, as some great mysteries and it culminates in a fantastic last case that leaves quite the lasting impression. It's also quite mature and was actually rated M when it released on 3DS.</p>