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"But she won't be my baby," said Anne, with trembling lips. "Oh, she may be, as Longfellow says, `a fair maiden clothed with celestial grace'--but she'll be a stranger to me."<p>The_Otherside is this week's Apple Arcade title, bringing some board game, role-playing fun to the subscription service. It's been developed by Barbacube and is being published by The Label. This marks The Label's second publishing endeavour on Apple Arcade, with the first being the excellent What The Golf?</p><p>The_Otherside is a turn-based strategy title that's presented as a board game with different pieces and so forth. The aim is to solve a variety of puzzles, battle monsters and destroy spirit anchors that threaten the stability of the dimension.</p><p>It plays out from an isometric perspective and is divided into several phases which always play out in the same order. First, the player will perform their turn before the enemy makes their move. This could be creatures moving, attacking or simply spawning. After that will be the board cleaning phase where the game preps for the next player phase.</p><p>Each turn the player will have 3 action points they can spend. Most actions you can perform will only cost one AP, though there are some exceptions such as moving further than one room. This will include moving, searching, attacking or using their hero skill, among other things.</p><p>Searching rooms will be important as it allows you to collect cards that might contain weapons or other useful items such as wrenches for breaking through doors. However, some rooms will be covered in shadow and you won't be able to see what's hidden within them. It could be something useful or some monstrous creature waiting to ambush you. To remove these shadows you'll have to find and destroy the spirit anchor.</p><p>Ridding the world of the shadows and successfully exiting the mission will unlock new elements. This might be weapons, skills or even different board sizes to add more challenge to proceedings. There are also different heroes to unlock, who each have their own active and passive skills to make use of.</p><p>The_Otherside is available now on Apple Arcade, a subscription service that costs $4.99 per month. For more details on other games that are available on Apple Arcade, check out our dedicated hub page.</p>Enjoy RPGs? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad<p> </p>
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<p>This week marked two big occasions for PocketGamer.biz.</p><p>The first is the Game Developers Conference in sunny San Francisco, where our news editor Alysia Judge has been busying herself talking to developers and reporting the latest from various talks and panels.</p><p>The second was the reveal of the much-laboured over 2015 outing for our Top 50 Developer series, which is now a yearly tradition for the site.</p><p>Taking into account both financial heft and design smarts, the list covers the biggest, best, and brightest of the industry right now.</p>RecognitionWe rolled out our Top 50 Developer 2015 list, a format which is currently in its sixth year. This year's list reflects the truly global nature of the industry right now, and has an increased focus on quality of games.The Pocket Gamer Awards 2015 were announced, with Stoic, ustwo, Nitrome, and Nintendo winning big.Glitche.rs wins tour Big Indie Pitch at GDC 2015 thanks to its addictive juggling gem Kano.Mobile games had a large presence at the recent IGF Awards, with 80 Days, Metamorphabet, and more proving successful at the ceremony.Industry voicesTom Blind of Backflip Studios told the audience at GDC his 6 essential prototyping tips for mobile games.We caught up with GREE's Andrew Sheppard at GDC, where he told us that developers should use their talents to ensure that gameplay and innovation remain the focus.Talking on a panel at GDC, Digi-Capital MD Tim Merel warned that mid-tier companies need to shrink to indie.Chris Pruett, head of dev relations at Oculus, called upon his own experience to give a GDC audience some tips on converting from tablet to mobile VR.Innospark's CEO told us why the firm's debut game Hero Sky is a mobile descendent of PC classic Warcraft III.The latest in our series of guest columns from Nordic Game Bits took a look at life after Subway Surfers for Denmark's SYBO and Kiloo We spoke to Mag Interactive CEO Daniel Hasselberg, who attributed Ruzzle's success to targeting the less fickle 'non-gamer' market.Rovio's Peter Vesterbacka told us that the firm's focus is on fans, not users or customers.We ran a guest article about how adding chat to your iOS games can help to solve developers' engagement gap.Industry veteran Jeferson Valadares spoke to us about his current role building Namco Bandai Games America's mobile business.Discovery, user acquisition, retention, and monetisationOur Stateside columnist Carter Dotson pondered whether Apple's promotion of paid games will be powerful enough to stem the tide of F2P.We had a chat with Warner Bros' Greg Ballard at GDC, who told us - in light of his firm's slate of upcoming mobile games - that brands are key to cost-effective UA.We covered the news that market research firm The NPD Group is now tracking mobile game sales and in-app purchases.A report from Geenapp showed that the highest CPI costs are for the Japanese market.Paris Hilton will be following in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian and Katy Perry, with Animoca Brands signing her up for a new mobile game.Storm8 announced that its portfolio of more than 45 games has collectively garnered over 1 billion downloads.Unity's Jussi Laakkonen revealed at GDC that Crossy Road has now generated $3 million with Unity Ads.The Charticle took a look at Monument Valley's appearance in House of Cards, and the paid charts boost in which it resulted.Tools & platformsTapjoy launched its new monetisation and marketing platform, designed to predict players' behaviour.Unity 5 was launched in two editions - a free Personal Edition for hobbyists and start-ups and a $75-per-month Professional Edition for commercial devs.Unreal Engine 4 went "upfront free", backed by a 5 percent royalty fee, after the first $3,000 per product, per quarter.InMobi announced Appographic Targeting, its new service whose analytics intend to take into account the entire spectrum of an individual's gaming interests.We spoke to Nettention's CEO Hyunjik Bae about the ProudNet networking engine coming to mobile.Funding, deals, acquisitions and personnelVirtual Piggy, the developer of a payment platform for under-21 consumers called Oink, partnered with Playerize.DeNA partnered with Fyber, making the firm its exclusive ad monetisation partner in the US.
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Let it not tell your judgement I am old:<p>Last week there were reports going around that Konami had stopped working on all its big name franchises. It was said that all of the company's AAA game series would be abandoned apart from Pro Evolution Soccer.</p><p>Since then, as Throwing Digital Sheep discovered, Konami has responded to these reports, and has said that they are false.</p><p>For starters, Konami Europe's community manager Su-Yina Farmer suggested that the reports were false on Twitter. She stated: "I hope re-purposing speculation and rumour as news, isn't the new standard."</p>No Metal Gear left behind<p>But the more substantial response came from Konami support to an inquiring fan (via Reddit).</p><p>When asking if Konami would continue working on the Metal Gear Solid series, the support staff said the following:</p><p>"I can promise you that we're definitely not leaving Metal Gear behind or anything like that. I know some blogs were claiming that online this morning, but I'm not really sure where they'd be getting that from."</p><p>And later in the same response:</p><p>"We're still definitely working on console games and franchises such as Metal Gear, Silent Hill, Castlevania, PES and all the rest."</p><p>You can read the full response here.</p>Pachinko?<p>The response also mentions a previously announced Metal Gear game that is still in production.</p><p>We don't know what kind of game it is right now. It may end up being yet another of Konami's weird erotic pachinko games (such as the Silent Hill and Castlevania one.) We'll have to see.</p><p>In any case, Konami is gearing up for a big push on mobile moving forward. We just hope that this doesn't mean pachinko machines for mobile too.</p>Siliconera