<p>Everyone loves Rocket League – unless you don't – in which case, most people love Rocket League, but is there a mobile alternative? The upcoming arena battler, Monster Truck Soccer, just might be a step in the right direction.</p><p>Monster Truck Soccer is a physics-based arena game in which you battle against your opponent to score the highest and win the match. The use of a giant, bouncy football and monster trucks on a teeny football field is pretty fun looking as they crash, flip, and skid across the pitch.</p><p>Granted it's not a huge step in the right direction as it doesn't yet offer online multiplayer, limiting your competitive play to local WiFi matches. Should you go offline however it goes offer 'smart' AI opponents to face off against, and the game supports a Game Controller, making it easier to play. It's also not the best looking game out there, with fairly dull graphics and a safe, standard pitch design.</p><p>But as things go it's got potential to be a fun game and given its 'coming soon' status, it could be a while yet before we see it out on the App Store.</p><p>Earlier this month you may remember reading about an augmented reality game called Oniri Islands. Well, its Kickstarter is now live and ready for business.</p><p>
"No, she died when I was only a boy."Though slackly braided in loose negligence.And, veiled in them, did win whom he would maim.
<p>Reviews of Apple's new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been popping up across the internet over the past 24 hours.</p><p>It's a lot of information to take in. To help you absorb all of those critical words about Apple's latest hardware, we thought to do a quick roundup for you.</p><p>And if you want a super tl;dr version: the hardware upgrades (display, camera, battery life) of the iPhone 6 are excellent but not anything that exciting. It's iOS 8 that really propels the iPhone 6 to greatness, and those features will be coming to other iPhones soon, anyway.</p><p>The Verge said that the iPhone 6 is probably the best smartphone on the market right now.</p><p>iOS 8 makes everything feel simple and accessible. But, while the hardware is an improvement, it's nothing revolutionary or that exciting.</p><p>Closing note: "it’s still an iPhone. The same thing Apple’s been making for seven years."</p><p>CNET squares the iPhone 6 against its bigger sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus.</p><p>Predictably, the iPhone 6 feels better to hand. However, the 6 Plus has extra battery life and optical image stablization. The problem is that the huge 6 Plus is more like a tablet than a smartphone.</p><p>Closing note: "[The iPhone 6 isn't] the absolute top of the line. Maybe that bugs you. If it does, get the 6 Plus."</p><p>TechCrunch calls the iPhone 6 the "best smartphone available."</p><p>The best mobile camera, improved battery life, an attractive design, and Apple's "pleasant to use" display wins here.</p><p>Closing note: "it’s all about delivering the best computer you can keep in your pocket, and that’s exactly what the iPhone 6 is."</p><p>TechRadar calls the iPhone 6 iconic but isn't impressed by its price.</p><p>A few little issues that you have to live with are: a protruding rear camera, slight looseness to a couple of the buttons, and the headphone port is still at the bottom of the phone.</p><p>Closing note: "the iPhone 6 is another iconic handset in terms of design for Apple. It's not the best looking on the market [...] but it's definitely right up there, and for the price I'd expect nothing less."</p><p>The New York Times doesn't think the iPhone 6 is as vital as is the software it runs on, iOS 8.</p><p>Apple doesn't take enough of an advantage of the big screen as it could have, such as having two resizable windows open simultaneously. The hardware upgrades it has are stellar, though.</p><p>Closing note: "The slim new iPhones aren't a big-screen slam-dunk, but they work well, as we have come to expect from Apple."</p><p>So, there you have it. There are, of course, many more reviews of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus out there if you want them.</p><p>What do you think - are you going to get one?</p>
<p>I know, I know. You haven't had two Pokemon stories in one day since last year, but it turns out that Gen 3 Pokemon ARE in fact on the way to Pokemon GO.</p><p>
<p>A whopping ten months after it soft-launched in the Philippines, Rabbids Crazy Rush has finally launched worldwide on iOS and Android.</p><p>
However, you are no longer a hero, but can you become an arms dealer? Of course, that’s fine. Now you do not have to fall on the shoulders of the mission to save the people or defeat the powerful enemy. Now the simple thing is that players will have to concentrate their full attention to make the most powerful weapon and talk to the people on duty. Your battle is also a war. If the weapon you gave to the heroes is not strong enough to kill the monster, will you still be able to live a peaceful life?"Any baby might be proud of that dress," said Anne, feeling still more strongly that she was going to like Miss Cornelia.
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS