Eidos gives back some life to its Nintendo DS videogame Soul Bubbles with the help of an official press release this morning. It juxtaposes humor and simplicity in a quest where a sorcerer wannabee must guide souls, which is done by drawing bubbles on the screen using the stylus. Each one of them possess its own caracteristics and you will have to burst, divide or reunite them in order to get through about 40 levels. Planned for this spring.
Had a fantastic few weeks of gaming. Uncharted 4 followed by Uncharted Lost Leg and now Horizon Zero Dawn - just my kinda of games. God of War once I finish Horizon,then Shadow of the Tomb Raider :)) (2 Hours ago)
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Is anybody surprised on what he says anymore? (11 Hours ago)
Trump now claims that forgot the word 'not' during the press conference in Helsinki. This is America! (12 Hours ago)
@MrWhite: "Head shoulders, not the toes, not the toes...FIRE!" I lost it there lol (13 Hours ago)
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