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3、<p>The Elder Scrolls: Legends is back to tantalize you with new, premium cards. The Forgotten Hero Collection is a 12-card pack that includes three (unique!) legendaries, three epic cards, and six rares. After purchasing, you’ll get one copy of each unique card and 3 copies of all the others in the pack.</p><p>Of course, there’s not much point showing off your new cards without a little razzle dazzle, so Legends is adding five card backs featuring The Dark Brotherhood, Clockwork City, Eden Root, or the Storm or Flame Atronachs. Bethesda noted that they’ll be looking to add many more designs in the future, so if you don’t see your favorite piece of Elder Scrolls lore in these debut card backs, don’t despair.</p><p>The Forgotten Hero Collection is available now for $9.99 or 1,500 gold. Bethesda has a preview of a few of the cards if you want to take a sneak peek before you buy. </p>
4、The door was open. Beyond, in the dimly lighted room, sat Leslie Moore, with her arms flung out on the table and her head bent upon them. She was weeping horribly--with low, fierce, choking sobs, as if some agony in her soul were trying to tear itself out. An old black dog was sitting by her, his nose resting on his lap, his big doggish eyes full of mute, imploring sympathy and devotion. Anne drew back in dismay. She felt that she could not intermeddle with this bitterness. Her heart ached with a sympathy she might not utter. To go in now would be to shut the door forever on any possible help or friendship. Some instinct warned Anne that the proud, bitter girl would never forgive the one who thus surprised her in her abandonment of despair.
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- Updated October 11th, 12:34 PM - After learning about the arrival of The Talos Principle earlier this week, its launch day has very sharply arrived and for a decent price too.<p>Solve puzzles and unravel a deep philosophical story as you try to figure out who you are and what your purpose is in the world.</p><p>Implemented with new touch-to-move controls, The Talos Principle boasts at over 20 hours of content, non-linear gameplay, jaw-dropping graphics, and a (hopefully) fabulous performance.</p><p>Grab the game right now on the App Store for £4.99/$4.99 and let us know how you get on with it in the comments below.</p><p>A couple of months ago we learnt that The Talos Principle was on its way to iOS, and it turns out it's arriving this week.</p><p>The Talos Principle is a philosophical science fiction puzzler where you play as a mechanical being, awakened by your creator to solve a series of puzzles. Along the way you'll discover a rich story humanity, technology, and civilisation as you try to figure out your own purpose in the scheme of things.</p><p>With over 120 puzzles available, different game mechanics to implement, and a fabulous, non-linear story to follow, how exactly is your story going to end?</p><p>As Tweeted out by Killercow earlier today, Apple posted a sneak peek of the game on the App Store and it'll be on its way in the next day or so.</p>
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