April 1, 2020
April 1, 2020
April 1, 2020
Hello every one! Welcome to Keplerians news! All Keplerians workers are still in our homes, like many people in the world. Thanks to your support and your fan arts, we gather strength to continue. I dedicate the first news to you, thank you all! In the survey we did in the last video, 77% of you have chosen that you would like skins to be fun. So we have made some concepts so that you can see what we are thinking about. What are the ones you like the most? (Vote here ) As you already know, Ice Scream 1, 2 and 3 takes place between the years 1982 and 1983. Little by little, you have been discovering Rod and the history that surrounds this character. You even recently met her mother. You know that Evil Nun takes place in 1963, and you also know important dates of important events for Rod between one game and another. But before moving forward with Rod’s story, we think it is convenient to explain how he was born. That is why we are going to continue with the Evil Nun saga. Let’s find out what happens before 1940. Are you ready? I hope you like the video, if so, click the like button and subscribe to the channel. Bye bye and see you soon!!
Hello everyone I’m Broughy1322 and in this
video I’ll be going over the various vehicle discounts that are now active in GTA Online
as of Thursday 19th March 2020. All of these are gonna be available for 1 week until Thursday
26th March. The podium vehicle this week is the JB 700W,
which can be won by spinning the Lucky Wheel in the Casino. It’s in the Sports Classics
class and normally sets you back just under 1.5 million dollars. It’s not raceable and
performs exactly the same as the normal JB 700, but can be a fun addition to your garage
with some of the weapons, such as the secondary spike and oil slick weapons. The Premium Race this week is Senora Freeway,
which is an old style point to point race across blaine county for the Supers class.
Since it’s mostly about top speed and slipstreaming here, the Deveste Eight is probably your best
bet although the Kriger and Emerus as usual will be competitive options given there are
at least some corners here. Also, the Regular Time Trial this week is Storm Drain, with
the RC Time Trial being Cypress Flats. In terms of regular vehicle discounts, there’s
even less than usual this week. You’ll get 35% off the Emerus and Nero, bringing their
prices down to just under 1.8 million and 1 million dollars respectively. Since the
Emerus is at the top of the supercars class for racing, it’s a worthy investment if you
don’t already have it, but if you have the Krieger you also don’t need it. There’s also
40% off the Buzzard if that’s something you still don’t have, and that’s it for this week.
Pretty slim pickings it’s fair to say, and with everyone having to stay at home recently
I’m kind of surprised Rockstar haven’t put more on sale. You can of course find out the
lap times and top speeds of all of the vehicles that I’ve mentioned here by checking out the
playlist links in the description and pinned comment. In terms of discounts specifically for Twitch
Prime members who’ve linked their Rockstar Social Club accounts, you’ll get 80% off the
FMJ and Tempesta just like last week, and with these Twitch Prime deals ending on March
31st, which is a Tuesday, instead of the usual Thursday, I’d bet on us seeing a new downloadable
update on that date. Also if you do have Twitch Prime and you haven’t already make sure you’re
giving your free subscription to a Twitch streamer each month as well. It doesn’t have
to be me, but make sure you’re giving it to someone as you’re basically supporting them
with a $2.50 donation without any extra cost to you. I’ll be back with another video just like
this next Thursday, the 26th March, where there won’t be any new vehicle as we’ve reached
the end of the Casino Heist DLC drip feed, and we’ll go through everything that’s changed.
Feel free to subscribe and turn on notifications so you don’t miss it. Thanks a lot for watching
everyone, and I’ll see you next time.
Whatoplay presents the Top 10 iOS RPGs of
All Time Our ranking is not a personal opinion. It’s
based on a 1 to 10 score that aggregates gamers and critics’ reviews into a unique score called
playscore. Opening at number 10 is Slayin A game that is full of retro goodness,
Slayin is one simple, addicting game that is so easy to pick up on your phone and never
put it down. Choose from three characters: the knight,
the mage, and the knave.. to battle hordes of evil.
with fast-paced action right off the bat.
endless gameplay. and a slick retro-style button interface. A playscore of 8.6 Ninth place is Infinity Blade 3 Graphically, it’s one of the finest ever released
on iOS. Some added features and hub designs didn’t
work that well and made the game tedious. Still the swipe control during combat is one
of the most intense and satisfying I’ve ever played! Exceptional visuals
a new playable character and more badass enemies to slay! It holds a playscore of 8.6 Rank 8 is Tiny Dice Dungeon This game takes you back to one of the core
mechanics of early RPGs – the dice-roll! Funny, cause when I played this game I sure
thought that I would toss it aside in about 5 minutes. Then the intense battles, the loot
grinding, and the, surprisingly addictive dice-roll got me hooked for days! It has a playscore of 8.7 At number 7 is Final Fantasy VI The last of the 16-bit FF games, and the most
refined final fantasy port for mobile devices yet. It comes with a graphical boost over the original.
The characters and environment textures are smooth. Plus the musical score has been remastered! But it’s not all praise. There are some bad
changes, too. One glaring example is the new virtual joypad lag, that comes with half-second
delay. A playscore of 8.7 6th is The Banner Saga this is An engrossing RPG with a great theme,
a branching choice-driven plot, and splendid music to go along with it. I like how the health stat is proportional
to your damage…making you think twice before tanking your buffest character. but because this is originally a PC game,
the port isn’t perfect. It has occasional framerate drops. A playscore of 8.7 Rank 5th is Dragon Quest V. The ace of the series. DQ5 is a port of the
Nintendo DS version. It comes with updated graphics and better monster animations. It’s all encompassing in its scope. You start
from being a boy travelling the world with your father.. growing up.. settling down..
and having kids of your own who would all eventually join you in battle like a happy
family bond. A playscore of 8.8 Number 4 is Star Wars: Knights of the Old
Republic This game is a classic, representing BioWare’s
RPG finesse that has been perfected through the years. Don’t mind the outdated visuals. It comes
with a fantastic story, impressive gameplay and, most importantly, good touch controls.
And, I think, these are reasons enough to try out this game! It holds a playscore of 8.8 3rd on the list is Battleheart Legacy A role-playing game that stands out for being
too generic. It plays and looks good, you won’t really
find any shocking or unique feature in this game. However, by sticking to what works and polishing
it close to perfection, Battleheart Legacy becomes a game that is easy to pick-up and
play, but hard to put down. A playscore of 8.8 Number 2 is One Piece Treasure Cruise A game for fans of the anime franchise and
even those who aren’t.. The game does well on re-telling the story
of One Piece through great cutscenes and script, which is perfect for those who don’t have
any clue about how it all goes. oh, the ”rock-paper-scissors” attack relationship
and the thrilling tapping control isreally clever, to say the least. A playscore of 9.2. And the best is.. Attack the Light – Steven
Universe Light RPG Who knew knew Cartoon Network could create
such a great role-playing game. I’ve gotta be honest , I’ve only seen quite
a few episodes of Steven Universe, but the intro and cutscenes instantly got me curious
to play it and I am proud to say that I love it! The battles may get dragged on as tough bosses
appear. But because
easy to grasp game rules simplified traveling through swipe gestures
and funny dialogues It makes the gameplay worth it. A playscore of 9.5 To recap here are the 10 best role-playing
games on the iOS.