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<p>At this year's smashing Pocket Gamer Connects London, we caught up with developer Vulpine Games who revealed to us its ambitious upcoming mobile MMO, Last Planets.</p><p>If you've played Clash of Clans you'll get the basic premise. You build a base - or, in this instance, a planet - and fill it with resource generators and defences.</p><p>You then fly off into the universe to battle other planets, stealing some of their precious resources to help grow your own.</p><p>The best part is, it's all played out on a persistent universe. You can scroll to see all other planets functioning in real time.</p><p>But you don't have to go to war with all of them. You can form an alliance with other planets, and head off into battle with up to 50 of them to get some intense raiding action.</p><p>Once you're in an alliance, you can stop off at any of the stations to grab a handy boost, and fly to the aid of any fellow planet under attack.</p><p>There are also Guild Wars 2-style dynamic events which are played cooperatively with any other player who chooses to get involved.</p><p>With six unique troop types to take into battle, collectible relics, and a persistent universe full of dynamic events, strategic combat, and unlockables to find - all displayed in Pixar-style cartoon visuals - Last Planets has plenty to keep you busy when it launches on iOS in February.</p><p>Nintendo announced that it is working with DeNA on a new membership service that will replace Club Nintendo at a press conference in Tokyo today. It will launch this autumn.</p><p>The membership service, yet to be named, will encompass existing 3DS and Wii U systems, as well as PC, iOS and Android, and the NX.</p><p>The NX is the codename for Nintendo's next dedicated gaming system.</p><p>It was also announced today as a way to assuage fears that Nintendo was abandoning consoles after revealing its partnership with DeNA to produce original mobile games.</p><p>"Unlike the Club Nintendo membership service that Nintendo has been operating, the new membership service will include multiple devices and create a connection between Nintendo and each individual consumer regardless of the device the consumer uses," Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said.</p><p>This member service is said to be a core part of the NX. Unfortunately, more details on the NX won't arrive until 2016.</p><p>However, it was revealed that the new membership service will be compatible with Nintendo's first mobile games when they arrive this autumn.</p><p>Nintendo will have own and manage all the user data of this membership service. Some of this data will be shared with DeNA so that it can help produce Nintendo's mobile titles.</p><p>Both companies will be ensuring that this data is not used in a negative manner or for any other matter than stated.</p><p>Nintendo also hopes that this new membership service will help drive people towards the 3DS, Wii U, and NX.</p>Via Nintendo
<p>Seriously, trying to get a Switch is proving to be just as hard as getting an NES Classic Mini, and we all know how impossible that is. According to Gamestop.ie there could be stock in as early as next week.</p><p>Sorry folks, despite a trickle of stock coming into Toys R Us and Tesco overnight it sold out within the hour. Whisper on the wind suggest you should still check in with your local shops though, just in case they've got any stashed away.</p><p>On the positive side of things at least Gamestop and Amazon have confirmed dates for stock. The now-Ireland-based branch of Gamestop is currently accepting pre-orders on their website for both Grey and Neon consoles. The telling sign here is in its title:'Reserve now for delivery next week'. As everything's in euros though, you might be paying a little more due to the conversion.</p><p>Amazon on the other hand are plodding forward and should be getting more stock on March 31st for both versions of the Switch. There are third party sellers offering to sell you the console of your desires for a wildly inflated price but it's up to you whether you go for them or not (I'd suggest not).</p><p>As always we'll be keeping a close eye on the stock daily, and best of luck Switch hunters. </p>
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