Updated 26th August, 09:01 AM: We were informed last night that after almost month of pre-registering, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing has currently soft launched in the US, Mexico, Canada, Germany, and Brazil.<p>If you're a resident of one of these countries, head over to the App Store or Google Play now to pick up the game.</p><p>If you live elsewhere and still want to play, never fear! Take a look at our guide on creating a US iTunes account and get to playing.</p><p>Bandai Namco has been a busy little bee this summer as it's finally announced that it'll be bringing the infamous Ultimate Ninja series to mobile for the first time. Their first title, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing will be out sometime this summer on iOS and Android, but that's not all.</p><p>Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing allows you to complete missions through epic turn-based battles, using whichever character (and their abilities) you think will best stand up against your foes. The game's story mode is faithful to the original anime series and gives you the option of playing solo or in multiplayer.</p><p>What's more exciting is that while you wait Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Blazing's pre-registration has officially opened. You can find out more details on their page here.</p><p>As more and more of you register, and after a certain milestone has been reached, gifts such as five Ninja Pearls will become available for you after the game releases.</p><p>Keep an eye on this page and we'll update you when new information becomes available. Until then, check out their Facebook page.</p>'"Now all these hearts that do on mine depend,
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<p>Codenames is possibly the most interesting game I saw at gamescom this year.</p><p>It's a spy-themed word association puzzler based on the board game of the same name - and it's from Czech Games Edition, the developer behind the awesome Galaxy Trucker.</p><p>You work in teams of two across multiple asynchronous matches against other pairs of human players.</p><p>One person plays the Spymaster, and the other the Operative. The goal is to uncover all the face down cards on the board that are associated with your codeword (given to you by your Spymaster).</p><p>However, the opposing team is trying to do the same, with their own cards and own codeword.</p><p>So there'll be 25 cards on the table, some of which will be your team's (all themed around one topic, like 'War' for example), and some of which will be your enemy's (which might be based on, say, 'Egypt').</p><p>As an added layer of strategy, when you log back in after your enemy's turn, you'll be able to see which cards they turn over (regardless of whether they're correct), so you can try and figure out their own codeword, in order to hijack the pool of common cards on the table.</p><p>It's really less complicated than it sounds - and it's awesome. Make sure you check Codenames when it launches in November on iOS and Android for £3.99 / $4.99.</p>
Updated May 11th, 3:33 PM: I know, it feels like the game's already been out for a while, but alas today's the day. Injustice 2 is finally out on iOS and Android - isn't it exciting?<p>DC fans, or lovers of the superhero/supervillain thing in general, you might want to give this one a whirl as it contains a huge selection of good guys and bad guys, and lets you pit them against each other however you like.</p>Grab the game free-to-play on the App Store or Google Play now.<p>For those DC fanatics among you, you'll be pleased to know that Injustice 2 has soft-launched in the Philippines.</p><p>Yes, delving into the wild world of Injustice 2, you're faced once again with your ragtag lot of Superheroes and Supervillains. Expanding on the first of its name, we've got more characters, more modes, and some more of those suave graphics that made us fall for the previous title.</p><p>Following suit, NetherRealm Studios is bringing us more ways to build, level up, and progress your characters in this RPG card collector. Though, we'll have to see whether the game can live up to its promises. I'm sure we all know by now that sequels which expand upon previous games are pretty hard to do successfully.</p><p>We've got a choice of fighting in single player mode in three-vs-three fights, or battling folks from all over the world in asynchronous PvP mode. It's up to you how you like to play (and dominate).</p><p>If you're located in the Philippines, grab the game free-to-play on the App Store now. If not, feel free to check out our guide on making a foreign iTunes account.</p>
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