3、<p>We've just gotten excited over Bethesda's Elder Scrolls: Blades announcement, but there's still a few to come. Everyone's favourite card game, TES: Legends is getting a revamp AND it's on its way to Nintendo Switch, too. <p>#TESLegends is relaunching with a brand new look and feel! Read on to see what's coming in the relaunch: https://t.co/tkCHHLdgj8 #BE3 pic.twitter.com/XpugomH4fR— Bethesda (@bethesda) June 11, 2018 If you like playing Legends on your phone but fancy sitting back and putting it on the big screen, its console version will fit that bill quite nicely. According to its recent blog post, the game'll be getting a brand new game client as well as console support which'll be a fantastic new look to it.</p><p>With a revamped interface, menu, and playmat, Legends will never have looked so good before. Getting deeper into it, the new client will refresh the onboarding experience (good news to newer players) as well as bring new card frames into play. Plus, a smaller file size which is always nice.</p><p>Whatever way you want to play, if you've played a game on the train home and want to keep going on a bigger screen, your progress is all carried over via your Bethesda account so no need to worry about starting again.</p><p>We're not sure yet when the new update or console release will be, but we'll keep you updated.</p>
4、<p>Look, yeah, we already covered No Longer Home passing its Kickstarter goal and revealing a stretch goal to be ported to Switch. You know that. I know that.</p><p>But what we didn't know until recently is that the team at Humble Grove has already got the first game in the series, Friary Road, running on Nintendo's console. There's a video below if you don't believe me.</p><p>This is great news, and if that doesn't make you think "gee whiz I guess now I know it's not just a pipe dream I should go ahead and back it" then honestly, I don't know what will.</p><p>No Longer Home is described as a "magical realist point and click series", and it looks very personal and melancholy and stuff. I personally have had my eye on the original entry in the series, 29, for years, and can't wait to see it in the real world.</p><p>The game needs another £7,000 to hit its Nintendo Switch stretch goal. It's got just over 24 hours left on the campaign, so now is absolutely the time to throw some money its way.</p>Full disclosure: Ric has already backed the campaign for No Longer Home with his own personal money.
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