After a delay at the last moment, it's finally time for Jean-Luc Picard to take centre stage. Because Star Trek: Bridge Crew is finally releasing.
That's not all though: the Burnout alumni devs are back with another game about blowing cars up, Tokyo 42 lands, and some oldschool Vietnam FPS action from the makers of Red Orchestra. Let's look at This Week in Games.
Having guided you through the not-all-that-straightforward process of switching from Android to iOS, we're back to tell you how to go in the opposite direction. (Make your mind up will you?) Going from Apple-powered devices to Google's platform is either ridiculously easy or rather taxing, depending on your current setup.
Paul Robertson made a name for himself over the weekend by redrawing the original 151 Pokemon as if they were ... well, Australian. But while locals might have gotten most, if not all, of the jokes, fans from abroad might have been a little more confused by Pokemon such as "Yoyou" and "Criccet". So to help them out, there's a little explainer.
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Violet was the original mean girl of the Peanuts gang. She was even the first character to call Charlie Brown a blockhead. Her main weapon was social exclusion: "I'm having a party, and YOU'RE not invited!" She was, on the surface, an unrepentant bully and one of the least likeable characters in Charles Schulz's strip. Her meanness was not without reason. Eventually, however, it consumed her, to the point where she had nothing else to offer to her peers.