"Would you marry him if he were a Methodist, Miss Cornelia?"<p>A couple of weeks ago we told you that The Sagas of Fire*Wolf, another of Tin Man Games's digital gamebook adaptations, had hit the Google Play Store.</p><p>Well, now it's out on iOS as well, so you can grab the collection of four different choose-your-own-adventure books for one price.</p><p>The game features a slightly more complex digital dice-rolling system than the rest of Tin Man's output, and tells the story of a barbarian who's exiled from his village.</p><p>During the course of the saga he becomes a powerful sorcerer and fights something called The Demonspawn. Which all sounds great to me.</p><p>You can grab the iOS version of The Sagas of Fire*Wolf from the App Store right now for £6.99 / $9.99. It should also be popping up on the Amazon Appstore pretty soon.</p>
Shook off my sober guards and civil fears;<p>We new it was coming, but now it's got a name - the next Fire Emblem game will be called Fire Emblem: Three Houses.</p><p>Looks like you'll be able to run around some sort of open world and talk with party members, but the main action will still be tactical battles, though with larger armies than we've seen previously.</p><p>It'll also be chock full of gorgeous anime cutscenes, so that'll keep the fans happy. It's out Spring 2019, and you can watch the trailer below.</p><p>#FireEmblem: Three Houses marches onto #NintendoSwitch in spring 2019. ? #NintendoE3 pic.twitter.com/B0t8Xht6Kw— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) June 12, 2018
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<p>The previously Microsoft-exclusive Ori and the Blind Forest is set to come to Nintendo Switch on September 27th in a ‘Definite Edition’ package. The announcement came as part of today’s Nintendo Indie World Showcase.</p><p>Originally released all the way back in 2015 for Xbox One, Ori and the Blind Forest is a gorgeous and challenging 2D platformer that sees you exploring an expansive, magical world. Despite its arguably cutesy look, Ori is by no means a pushover, with some proper tricky platforming sections and well-hidden secrets aplenty.</p>
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