On…Mighty Quest for Epic Loot (Closed BETA)

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A couple of weeks ago, I signed up on Ubisoft’s website to put into a draw to get a closed beta key for Mighty Quest for Epic Loot (from now on: MQ). Now, you can just buy into the beta at three price points (€10, €40 or €100) but as it’s ultimately going to be a free to play game, buying in seems a bit silly to me. I mean, you do get some bonuses such as getting more ‘blings’ (the in-game currency), extra inventory space, hero skins etc. but the price seems a bit steep in my opinion, particularly as it’s closed beta and the game is changing all the time. Anyway, you can do what I did and just put down your Ubisoft account details and wait patiently (and hope for some luck) for a key. There’s also giveaways which you can find online too if you’re really interested.

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On…Plants vs Zombies 2 (iOS)

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In terms of core gameplay, not a whole lot has changed from the game’s first iteration. You still gather sunlight, use that to plant different varieties of interesting plants down, in order to combat the waves of zombies trying to meander across the game board grid to eat your brains. Now, the sequel has been released for iOS and it’s free to download and play. So what’s different in Plants vs Zombies 2 and are these differences better or worse?

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