AN OWL, in her wisdom, counseled the Birds that when the acorn first began to sprout, to pull it all up out of the ground and not allow it to grow. She said acorns would produce mistletoe, from which an irremediable poison, the bird lime, would be extracted and by which they would be captured. The Owl next advised them to pluck up the seed of the flax, which men had sown, as it was a plant which boded no good to them. And, lastly, the Owl, seeing an archer approach, predicted that this man, being on foot, would contrive darts armed with feathers which would fly faster than the wings of the Birds themselves. The Birds gave no credence to these warning words, but considered the Owl to be beside herself and said that she was mad. But afterwards, finding her words were true, they wondered at her knowledge and deemed her to be the wisest of birds. Hence it is that when she appears they look to her as knowing all things, while she no longer gives them advice, but in solitude laments their past folly.<p>From the minds that created Edge of Nowhere and The Unspoken (among others I needn't mention), Insomniac has just brought its latest title, Feral Rites, to Oculus Rift.</p><p>Set out to avenge your father in this action/adventure brawler, and experience the VR world in a way that makes it feel real. Stalk your enemies through bountiful scrub before engaging with them in a fierce, rapid-paced fight. Pick your character, learn new abilities as the game progresses, and learn to master the ability of shifting into a monstrous beast.</p><p>Feral Rites is a very pretty game from a company that usually knows what it's doing. By building up a lush, jungle landscape chocked full of ruins to explore, it throws in an element of exploration and problem-solving which hopefully cuts through the intensity of constant battle.</p><p>So if it looks like your cup of tea, head over to the Oculus Store and pick up Feral Rites for £39.99 now. Or if you want to know a little more about the game, check out insomniac's website here.</p>
1、<p>Kingdom Hearts creator Tetsuya Nomura has teased a "smartphone development" for the series.</p><p>Talking to Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, Nomura was primarily discussing forthcoming announcements for Kingdom Hearts III, which is heading to PS4 and Xbox One.</p><p>However, he added the following at the end of that discussion:</p><p>"One of those announcements will be about a smartphone development for the series, which I believe we’ll announce in the near future."</p><p>Whether this will be a companion app for Kingdom Hearts III, or an original Kingdom Hearts title for iOS and Android, or something else, we don't know.</p><p>But it's enough to get us eager to find out. The announcement will be made during D23 Expo 2015 which, unfortunately, isn't due until August 14-16th.</p>Siliconera
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4、<p>Yesterday, signup for the Rush Rally 3 beta started. The beta is set to begin later this month, but it's always best to get in early with these sorts of things.</p><p>Rush Rally 3 looks set to be a sizeable upgrade over the second title in the series. Besides the new selection of tracks and vehicles, you can now upgrade and customise your favourite cars.</p><p>The game engine has seen some improvements, with enhanced weather effects and visuals.<p>Call for #rushrally3 #beta players! To register please email using the relevant address below with your name, country and age.- [email protected] (provide apple id email)- [email protected] (provide googleplay email)#gamedev #indiedev #ios #android #rally #WRC pic.twitter.com/fDh9rhW0XK— RushRally (@RushRally) October 9, 2018 As seen in the above announcement, the beta is open to iOS and Android players.</p><p>Rush Rally 3 certainly has some lofty ambitions, with the developer aiming for the game to be on par with the likes of Grid Autosport and Real Racing.</p><p>For those not in the know, the Rush Rally series is pitched somewhere between a racing sim and a fast-paced, destructive arcade experience.</p><p>We reviewed Rush Rally 2 back in 2016, praising it at the time for being one of the finest, and most feature-rich, racing games on mobile.</p><p>And with the beta launching later this month, we won't have to wait too long to find out if this third entry can live up to its superb predecessor.</p>
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