<p>Sony has broken its silence over the ongoing Fortnite debacle in which players who had played the PlayStation 4 version were locked out of their Epic accounts for playing on the Nintendo Switch (or vice versa). Fans of the game were understandably angry, given that Sony had given no warning that accounts would be suspended.</p><p>“We’re always open to hearing what the PlayStation community is interested in to enhance their gaming experience,” Sony said in a statement to the BBC. "With... more than 80 million monthly active users on PlayStation Network, we've built a huge community of gamers who can play together on Fortnite and all online titles.”</p><p>"We also offer Fortnite cross-play support with PC, Mac, iOS, and Android devices, expanding the opportunity for Fortnite fans on PS4 to play with even more gamers on other platforms," the Sony spokesperson continued. “"We have nothing further to add beyond this at this point.”</p><p>Naturally this answer, verging on advertising for the PlayStation brand, did little to assuage the scores of furious Fortnite players impacted by the suspensions. Take a look at any Twitter post by Sony, Fortnite related or not, and you’ll see it bombarded with folks demanding their Epic Games accounts be restored.</p><p>What are you thoughts on the issue? Let us know in the comments. </p>To spend her living in eternal love.
<p>From the folks who brought us Radiation City comes another intriguing horror game, Escape from Chernobyl. If you're feeling itchy to play, there's not long to wait to dive in as the game launches on August 9th for iPhone and iPad.</p><p><p>You’ll be getting a chance to build a theme park full of hyper-realistic robots of your own in just a short while thanks to Warner Bros. Interactive and Behaviour Interactive, the folks behind Fallout Shelter. In the new Westworld mobile game, you’ll be leaving the uncanny valley far behind you as you manage every facet of your morally dubious, simulated robo-sanctuary.</p><p>Westworld looks to fall into the same vein as Fallout Shelter. A teaser on the Westworld website describes the game as a “training simulator” for new Delos employees. Players will not only be able to craft their own hosts, they’ll be managing every other facet of the park as well, including keeping guests happy. What could possibly go wrong? A lot actually, but it’s just a training sim, right? Right?</p><p>The game’s currently in soft launch in the Philippines on iOS and in Denmark, Finland, Malaysia, Norway, Sweden and Thailand on Android. We’ll let you know when we get a solid release date.</p>
<p>If nothing else, Japanese RPG creator Kemco has a big library of games to flog. But who can afford to buy all of them? Not many I reckon.</p><p>It makes sense, then, that every now and then the studio holds a big sale, right?</p><p>Well, that's exactly what Kemco has done as of today. There are four iOS games and seven Android games available at a discounted price for a limited time.</p><p>You can see them all below. Let's start with the iOS games:</p>Shelterra the Skyworld ($6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c) - App StoreInfinite Dunamis (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - App StoreRusted Emeth (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - App StoreFortuna Magus (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - App Store<p>And now for those Android RPGs:</p>Silver Nornir (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlaySymphony of the Origin (£6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayShelterra the Skyworld (£6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayCovenant of Solitude (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayCross Hearts Arcadia (£4.49 / $5.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayRusted Emeth (£5.99 / $7.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayIllusion of L'Phalcia (£6.99 / $8.99 ->79p / 99c) - Google PlayBubble Home Design MOD APKBidding them find their sepulchres in mud;
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