<p>Fortnite’s new Playground mode could very well be arriving in the next patch, scheduled for tomorrow, June 26. Playground mode’s been teased for some time now, giving players free reign of the map for the duration of the match without any of the regular battle royale pressures.</p><p>
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<p>A Ni no Kuni anime movie is headed straight to Netflix on January 16th. It was directed by Studio Ghibli animator Yoshiyuki Momose, and the plot synopsis is as follows:</p><p>"Two average teens go on a magical quest to save the life of their friend and her counterpart from another world. But love complicates their journey."<p>Ni no Kuni anime movie coming to Netflix on January 16 https://t.co/Ibph8t3BcC pic.twitter.com/Jq7X68AmD8— Gematsu (@gematsucom) 3 January 2020The early reviews I've seen have not been particularly kind. Otaquest praises the visuals and score but doesn't seem impressed overall, arguing that it lacked a clear identity of its own and felt like it was just going through the motions. The Japan Times was similarly unimpressed, saying "it's hard not to see 'Ni no Kuni' as anything but an attempt to capitalize on Studio Ghibli's current absence from the movie market."</p><p>In terms of the games, I admire them from a visual and storytelling standpoint more than anything else. For me, the original's turn-based combat and the sequel's hack-and-slash action both left a lot to be desired, as did their iffy exploration. There's a chance, then, that the movie might end up giving me what I enjoy most about the games in a more condensed package.</p>Fantastic party
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<p>You may have noticed that the big story in mobile gaming this week revolved around Nintendo announcing a partnership with DeNA to bring its IP to smartphones and tablets.</p><p>Unsurprisingly here at Steel Media we have been all over this like a sexy rash. If you've missed any of our coverage, allow me to get you caught up. First the lovely people of AppSpy made this video.</p>
<p>Season 7 of Call of Duty: Mobile has been delayed indefinitely as a direct result of the ongoing police brutality perpetrated against American citizens. The murder of George Floyd by police officer Derek Chauvin has caused widespread protests across the US, with similar demonstrations having now taken place throughout the UK.</p><p>The decision was shared earlier today over on Call of Duty's official Twitter page. While there are many actively praising Activision's decision, I would suggest avoiding the comments below, unless you enjoy public displays of overwhelming petulance.<p>pic.twitter.com/8uNhuhDGAp— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) June 2, 2020Many companies, including some in the mobile games space, have slowly started to show their support of the protests and the Black Lives Matter movement at large. Most notably, Sony delayed its PS5 showcase from its originally intended date of June 4th.</p><p>Zynga was among the first mobile game studios to voice its support via social media, saying "we stand in solidarity with our Black colleagues, employees, players, developers, and the broader community of those affected by racism and senseless violence". I fully expect others to follow suit in the hours and days to come.</p><p>As pointed out by PocketGamer.biz, those looking to support the Black Lives Matter movement can donate to the cause right here.</p>
<p>French developer Aurelien Regard's roguelike, Away: Journey to the Unexpected, is set to receive a port for iOS that is available to pre-order now ahead of its release on 1st July and it will be published by Plug in Digital. It's previously been released on Steam and Nintendo Switch, the latter of which we reviewed back in 2019.</p><p>It was ex-editor Ric Cowley – now editor at Pocketgamer.biz – who gave his thoughts on the game back then, finding it to be mostly style over any real substance. Though he did add that the style might be strong enough to make up for some of the other flaws the game has.</p><p>If you're unfamiliar with Away: Journey to the Unexpected, it's a first-person adventure game that looks to blend together action and negotiation with roguelike elements. It'll see players making their way through various levels where they'll want to recruit as many allies as possible.</p><p>There are eight of these characters in total and each of them possesses their own abilities that will prove useful in progressing further into the game. This will prove vital as well, particularly since the main character of the game isn't very powerful at all, they just have a knack for making friends.</p><p>Players will be able to become any of their allies and see the game through their eyes too. It's not a game that takes itself overly seriously either, with a light-hearted story and a colourful visual that places 2D enemies in a 3D environment. Fans of anime will most likely enjoy its aesthetic.</p><p>Away: Journey to the Unexpected is available to pre-order now over on the App Store ahead of its release on 1st July. It will be a premium title that costs $6.99.</p>Enjoy roguelike games? Here are 25 of the best available right now for iPhone and iPadOr any of my leisures ever charmed.