<p>It's a momentous week for the show as we are forced to bid farewell to PG editor and podcast co-host Ric.</p><p>James and Matt see him off viking funeral style by setting his keyboard on fire and pushing him into the bath.</p><p>Before that, the team finds time to chat about streaming Xbox games onto your phone with Project xCloud, explore the Octopath Traveller mobile spin-off, and take a look at the week's new releases, including Baba is You, Rico, and Pet Rescue Puzzle Saga.</p>Download episode 479:<p>(right click to save-as, left click to play)</p>GhostdomReserved the stalk and gave him all my flower.<p>In a Reddit post earlier today, Supercell announced that it will be removing Reward Doublers from its soft-launched arena fighter Brawl Stars.</p><p>These ads were introduced around four months ago, and were used to boost the rewards you could receive from opening the game's various loot crates.</p><p>Over these last four months, Supercell has been testing whether the Reward Doublers had a place in Brawl Stars.<p>Advertisements will be removed from Brawl this week! Read why -->https://t.co/NH6GTE0fM9— Brawl Stars (@BrawlStars) October 15, 2018 Ultimately, it came to the conclusion that, in its current state, the game's player progression and in-game economy were being complicated by these ads, and that massive alterations would have to be made to the game’s core design in order for this new monetization model to work.</p><p>However, rather than make those changes, the team's focus will now shift to adding exciting new content – hence the decision to just remove the ads entirely.</p><p>There's still free-to-play elements in there of course, it's just that the game will be IAP only from this point on. Unless ads come back in some way. Game development is hard, y'know?</p><p>If you weren't aware, Brawl Stars is a MOBA of sorts, where fighters duke it out in arena-based brawls. The game has seen much success since its soft-launch last year, and has amassed quite a sizeable community of players.</p><p>So, if you fancy yourself a dab hand at mobile MOBAs, then I'd recommend heading over to the App Store or Google Play where you can download Brawl Stars for free, provided you're in a country where it's been released.</p>
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<p>After being teased with an image of it back in February, the MOGA REBEL controller has now been revealed. It's also ready to pre-order right now for its September 17th release date.</p><p>MOGA calls the REBEL a "full-sized, console-style, premium game controller" for iOS. It'll support iOS 7 and up.</p><p>It's a Bluetooth-enabled MFi controller that is designed to feel familiar to anyone who is practiced with console controllers.</p><p>So yes, it has dual analog sticks, both L1/R1 and L2/R2 buttons, a D-pad, and four action buttons on its face. It is powered by a 680mAh rechargeable battery.</p><p>As you'll need both hands to use the REBEL, it comes with a flip-up MOGA Arm that uses S.M.R.T. Lock technology (that's also how Homer Simpson spells "smart"). This Arm expands to fit any size of phone, including the new iPhone 6.</p><p>You can find a list of iOS games that the MOGA REBEL is compatible with here. Included are games like BioShock, Tomb Raider, and Oceanhorn, to name just a few.</p><p>You can pre-order the MOGA REBEL for $79.99 right now through its official website. You'll also find more information about it there.</p>
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