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TARAKAN - Thriller Mystery Point & Click Adventure(Full Content)"I am your friend and you are mine, for always," she said. "Such a friend as I never had before. I have had many dear and beloved friends--but there is a something in you, Leslie, that I never found in anyone else. You have more to offer me in that rich nature of yours, and I have more to give you than I had in my careless girlhood. We are both women--and friends forever."<p>Radio Commander is one of the strangest, most interesting strategy games I've seen in a while. Your goal here is to lead US platoons into battle against the Vietcong by issuing commands to them via radio.</p><p>The challenge stems from not actually being present on the battlefield, meaning you'll have to rely on your soldiers' voice reports and what little info is available to you. Keeping track of the escalating action can seemingly turn tricky in no time flat, and you'll have to make a series of hard decisions as you progress through the narrative-driven campaign.</p>
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<p>On September 18th, online multiplayer games will no longer be free on the Switch - sad, I know. If you want to play multiplayer over the internet you're going to have to subscribe to Switch Online, but at least there's a silver lining.</p><p>Along with this subscription, you also get access to 20 NES titles to play on the Switch at launch, as well as nine more games coming in the next few months.</p><p>Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! is getting a drum set with its European release, spelling out some good news for western fans of the game. Bandai Namco revealed that the game will be getting both a digital and physical release. There’s no word on whether the drum kit will be making the journey across the Atlantic to North America, but here’s hoping.</p><p>The company also shared the game’s full tracklist, giving you a taste of what you can look forward to this fall. It’s looking pretty faithful to Taiko no Tatsujin’s arcade versions, with a healthy mix of J-Pop, anime, video game, and vocaloid titles, among others.</p><p><p>Did you know Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! arrives on November 2nd for the #NintendoSwitch? While you’re here, check out our mixta…tracklist! ?? pic.twitter.com/USD1tu4XCp— Bandai Namco US (@BandaiNamcoUS) August 9, 2018 Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! was announced last month for Nintendo Switch. It’s the first western version of the popular game in quite some time, and will closely resemble versions of the game seen in Japanese arcades. Players can choose from a long list of songs across a variety of genres, playing to the rhythm with either the Switch Joy-Con controllers or the newly revealed drum peripheral.</p>Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun is out on November 2.
Accomplished in himself, not in his case,
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2. DUMB ENEMY
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