<p>Ubisoft's 3v3 sports title, Roller Champions, is officially heading for mobile devices, and a closed alpha test is set to run on PC from March 11th through to March 23rd.</p><p>The whole thing is experienced from a third-person perspective, with teams of 3 competing to score the most points within a strict seven-minute time limit. You can score by throwing the fast-moving ball into your opponents' goal, but in order to do so, you'll first need to complete a full lap of the course with the help of your teammates. <p>Game on! ????‍??Check out all-new gameplay trailer for @RollerChamps and register for the Closed Alpha now ???? https://t.co/qaEvRabkN2— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) March 4, 2020It looks totally frantic, and the developer stream embedded below should hopefully help explain more than the basics.</p><p>Following the game's announcement during Ubisoft's E3 2019 conference, a pre-alpha version was launched via Uplay. That said, this latest alpha test contains a bunch more content to get stuck into.</p><p>Alpha testers will have the chance to put their skills to the test on the new Chichén Itzá arena, the largest playable arena to date. A number of new moves have also been added, including the air tackle, extended tackle, teammate-power grapple boost, grabble double jump, and grapple double pump.</p>
3、<p>Unsurprisingly, the Nintendo Switch's sales figures are already skyrocketing throughout Japan, the Americas, and the UK.</p><p>The figures in Japan alone are really quite incredible. From March 3rd to March 5th, the Nintendo Switch sold an estimated figure of 330,600 copies. Nintendo has yet to offer up the official number but even by estimation that's pretty incredible. Apparently the only console to top that number was the Wii back in 2006, though only by 40,000 or so. <p>2. Fri-Sat sales for Nintendo Switch exceeded first 2-day sales in Americas for any system in Nintendo history. Next biggest was Wii.— Nick Wingfield (@nickwingfield) March 6, 2017 NYT reporter, Nick Wingfield, gave an insight into the Americas' stats, saying that the Switch exceeded the first two-day sales of any Nintendo system in history. The Wii came second. More impressively, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild also took a place as the best-selling standalone game, dethroning Super Mario 64.</p><p>As for the UK, Clement covered the situation in yesterday's article. However, I've got no doubt they would have been higher if there'd been adequate stock of the neon version on launch day.</p><p>That's enough waffling on my end. Whatever way you look at it, the Switch has gotten off to a great start but the real question lies in its long-term effect. Will we still be playing it in five years, or will it be something that rides the hype-train only to burn out after a year or two?<p>4. Zelda for Nintendo Switch the best selling standalone launch title (i.e. not a bundled game a la Wii Sports) in Nintendo history...— Nick Wingfield (@nickwingfield) March 6, 2017 Sources: Kotaku, Techradar, Gamesindustry</p>"I believe you," said Miss Cornelia emphatically.
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2、With wit well blazoned, smiled, or made some moan.<p>Jeez Louise, it's been a while since we've talked about Golem Rage, but there's two bits of good news. One: we've got a delightful look at the gameplay AND new trailer, and two: it's currently holding an Android beta.</p><p>