<p>Alright, it may not be pressing news but with all of the negativity and seriousness, it's always nice to see something silly now and again. For Nintendo, they've answered a farmer's challenge and they're headed to a milking competition in Vermont.</p><p>Billings Farm & Museum called out via social media (and letter) last week. After one of their employees tried 1-2-Switch's milking game and found it unimpressive, the museum decided to pit the folks over at Nintendo against the established milkers to see who can come out on top.</p><p>Eventually Nintendo replied back to them via their Facebook post with a Barney Stinson-like "Challenge accepted". The post then continued with a few back-and-forths of friendly banter, before Billings Farm shot out with cocky, "Good luck! We've been at this for over 100 years." By which Ninty replied with "So have we!"</p><p>Ooo, so much sass.</p><p>According to Polygon, sources say that Nintendo have legitimately accepted the challenge and are aiming to fly up sometime in the next week. We'll definitely keep you posted when we know more.</p>
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<p>If you were wondering when Nintendo was planning to revive its critically acclaimed series Advance Wars we still don't have a clue but we do know of one title coming to Nintendo Switch that looks a lot like an hommage to the series.</p><p>Pascal's Wager, the mobile Dark Souls-like action game, is fast becoming a mainstay of our LaunchPad events. Last time we shared details of an upcoming piece of DLC and this time around we're announcing an all-new piece of content that will be heading to the game very soon. </p><p>It will be a Boss Challenge Mode and it's set to arrive in the game for free as part of its Winter 2020 update. It will allow players to face off once again with any boss they've already met during their previous adventures in the base version of Pascal's Wager.</p><p>They'll be able to get a little competitive with it too. It won't simply be an opportunity to defeat these tough opponents once more, there will also be a leaderboard for players to climb. The faster you manage to emerge victorious the higher you'll place.</p><p>Elsewhere in the world of Pascal's Wager, a bunch of new outfits will also be arriving in the game soon. Some new threads will likely be more than welcome for the multiple protagonists found in Pascal's Wage, they're frequently stabbing horrible monsters, so a change of clothes is probably required at this stage.</p>Pascal's Wager final preview - "An impressive 3D soulslike for mobile"<p>If you're unfamiliar with Pascal's Wager it's a dark fantasy action-RPG that's very reminiscent of games like Dark Souls. However, unlike those games, it has multiple protagonists you can play as. Each of them has their own skill trees and combat modes to learn that makes each feel distinctive from the last.</p><p>Pascal's Wager is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a premium title that costs $6.99 with various in-app purchases available for the different pieces of DLC.</p>Head to the PocketGamer LaunchPad hub to find all of our exclusive announcements from our three-day event
<p>As reported earlier this year, Puzzle Fighter has been on its way to mobile for a while and it'll actually be arriving later this week.</p><p>
<p>As you may know, Supercolony's adorable RPG Catopia: Rush is currently available in Early Access for Android. However, this test period will draw to a close in two weeks so the developers are celebrating the last fortnight with an event they're calling CatopiaFest. We first covered Catopia: Rush during our inaugural LaunchPad event last July and it's great to see how it's progressed since then. </p><p>During the final two weeks, any player who takes part in the beta will receive a tonne of rewards each day, meaning that they'll be able to collect each character and level without much effort. The developers hope that giving players access to more of the game quicker will result in better feedback.</p><p>Eden Games created the popular driving simulation Test Drive Unlimited on consoles and PC. TDU as it became known was a racer in which you had a lot of freedom.</p><p>The press and players quite liked the game but due to some difficulties, Eden Games decided to focus on mobile games.</p><p>Enters Gear.Club, the latest in a string of driving simulation on iOS. It looks a lot like Gameloft's GT Racing 2 and whether or not that's a good thing will depend entirely on what you search for in your racing experience.</p><p>Here's what it looks like in motion:</p>
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