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3、<p>To further push the already impressive marketing for The Lego Batman Movie, Warner has decided to put some LEGO games on sale. They are all either directly LEGO Batman games or games tied to the LEGO Movie franchise. The sale seems to be iOS-only for now.</p><p>Without further ado, here's the list of titles that are on sale with a link to our articles and reviews:</p><p>LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham (Was $4.99 is $0.99, on sale for the first time ever)</p><p>LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes (Was $4.99 is $0.99)LEGO The Lord of the Rings (Was $4.99 is $0.99)</p><p>The LEGO Movie Video Game (Was $4.99 is $0.99)</p><p>Warner Bros also announced that it bought Plademic yesterday to focus on mobile LEGO games. So look forward to more of those in the near future.</p>Source
4、<p>Square Enix and DeNA are giving away some pretty great prizes and all you have to do is play Final Fantasy Record Keeper this month.</p><p>Cloud Strife figureThe first prize is a Cloud Strife figure signed by Final Fantasy director Tetsuya Nomura. There are five of these figures to give away in total.</p><p>To be in with a chance of winning one you have to complete the opening tutorial (the "Mako Reactor No. 1 Classic") level from Final Fantasy VII between now and August 31st. You can read up on the rules here.</p>PlayStation 4<p>The second prize is a PlayStation 4. Yep, there are three of the console to give away in anticipation of the upcoming Final Fantasy XV.</p><p>To enter for a chance to get one you need to beat the "Mako Reactor No. 5 Classic" level from Final Fantasy VII between August 14th and August 31st. Rules for that one are here.</p>Airship Adventure<p>The final and biggest prize is an airship adventure. If you win, you'll get a United Airlines gift certificate worth $4,000. There's only one of these to win.</p><p>To enter for this one you'll need to have completed the "Zanarkand Classic" level from Final Fantasy X between August 17th and August 31st. Again, here are the rules.</p><p>If you haven't yet, you can download Final Fantasy Record Keeper for free on the App Store and Google Play.</p>
1、"Leslie--and, oh, Gilbert--"<p>As we reported yesterday, Apple has raised the set price points on the iOS App Store in the UK, Norway, Canada, and every country in the European Union, due to changes in VAT and foreign exchange rates.</p><p>Below, you'll find the new price of apps (and in-app purchases) in the UK, based on the pricing matrix given to iOS developers and acquired by Pocket Gamer.</p>Old - New69p - 79p99p - 99p£1.49 - £1.49N/A - £1.99 (Alternative tier 2)£1.99 - £2.29£2.49 - £2.99£2.99 - £3.99£3.99 - £4.49£4.99 - £4.99£5.49 - £5.99£5.99 - £6.99£6.99 - £7.99£7.49 - £8.49£7.99 - £8.99£8.99 - £9.99£9.99 - £10.49<p>The alternative tier 2 entry above means that while £1.99 apps have automatically risen to be £2.29, developers can manually set it back to £1.99 by selecting 'Alternative Tier 2'.</p><p>Elsewhere, the cheapest apps have risen from seven to nine krone in Norway, from €0.89 to €0.99 in every country that uses the Euro, and from $0.99 to $1.19 in Canada.</p><p>Did you go on an App Store shopping spree yesterday, before the prices changed? And will the extra 10p stop you buying pocket money games or the cheapest in-app purchases?</p>
3、"Now, are they?" she said, with beautiful unconcern. "Well, I never could see but that my bread rose just as light when Grits were in as when they were not. And if any party, Mrs. Doctor, dear, will make it rain before the week is out, and save our kitchen garden from entire ruination, that is the party Susan will vote for. In the meantime, will you just step out and give me your opinion on the meat for dinner? I am fearing that it is very tough, and I think that we had better change our butcher as well as our government."