<p>We all know how hard it's been to get your hands on a Switch. Granted, it's not as hard as getting an NES Mini, but for a new console less than a month old, it's a bit of a problem. However, it sounds like Nintendo's on the case...maybe.</p><p>If you've been keeping an eye on the stock levels since launch, you'll know that it's pretty much been sold out since March 4th. Yes, there have been dribbles here and there, but I've never seen it last longer than an hour - maybe two at best - before the number settles at zero.</p><p>The Wall Street Journal stated, "Nintendo Co. has decided to at least double its planned production of the Switch console in the year ending March 2018 owing to strong demand, people briefed on the plans said."</p><p>Reports earlier this week said that Nintendo had aimed originally to produce 8-million consoles, but this latest article sees them doubling their goal to 16-million. It's a bit of a risky move as the Switch is still in its honeymoon period, but hopefully that'll mean that we can say goodbye to watching and waiting to get our hands on the thing.</p>
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4、<p>Whilst miHoYo Limited has quickly become known by many non-mobile gamers as the folks behind the upcoming Genshin Impact, they actually have another hugely successfully mobile title in Hokai Impact 3rd. The game is set to receive an update on April 2nd. Following that on April 6th, it's set to receive a DLC called A Post-Honkai Odyssey.</p><p>We'll start with the update as it's happening sooner. The v3.8 update, which has been named Dawn of Glory will introduce a new battlesuit, Valkyrie Gloria, to the game. This suit specialises in dealing fire damage and maintaining control over enemies with an ability called Throw Counter. It will be available across all platformers – PC, iOS and Android – concurrently and you can check the suit out in action in the trailer below.</p>
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2、"The Glen St. Mary church wouldn't have been built to this day," went on Miss Cornelia, ignoring Captain Jim, "if we women hadn't just started in and took charge. We said WE meant to have a church, if the men meant to quarrel till doomsday, and we were tired of being a laughing-stock for the Methodists. We held ONE meeting and elected a committee and canvassed for subscriptions. We got them, too. When any of the men tried to sass us we told them they'd tried for two years to build a church and it was our turn now. We shut them up close, believe ME, and in six months we had our church. Of course, when the men saw we were determined they stopped fighting and went to work, man-like, as soon as they saw they had to, or quit bossing. Oh, women can't preach or be elders; but they can build churches and scare up the money for them."
3、<p>Alien: Blackout has dominated this week in mobile gaming, and why wouldn't it? It's a sort-of sequel to one of the most beloved horror games of all time, carries a huge name with it, and has riled up fans like nobody's business. But there's more than just Blackout to play this week, as we're about to show you.</p><p>Indeed, it's that time of the week where we look at what's coming out on iOS and Android, sifting through the masses of games to find the true gems that need your attention - or your downloads, at least.</p><p>We'll cover as much as we can, but this is by no means a comprehensive list. Instead, we want to pick out games we know you'll love, or at least the ones that are big and important, alongside a few of the smaller games you may not have seen yet.</p><p>And we'll try to hit as many genres as we can, so there should be something here for everyone. But don't get mad if there's nothing you like! We are at the whims of the platform holders and developers just like you.</p><p>So, grab yourself a cuppa, get your mobile gaming device, and let's dig in and see what new games you can get for yourself this week. You never know, your next favourite game of all time may be hiding in amongst our list. And be sure to comment if you find someone which you do decide to pick up - we'd love to hear what's taken your fancy this week.Alien: BlackoutAvailable on: Android/iOSPrice: $4.99/£4.99</p><p>App Store Description: "The terror of Alien is brought to life in Alien: Blackout. Try to stay alive while trapped aboard a crippled Weyland-Yutani space station carrying a deadly Xenomorph as it tirelessly hunts you and the crew. Outsmart the perfect hunter by making perilous choices. Players must rely on the damaged controls of the space station or risk sacrificing crew members to avoid deadly contact, permanently altering the outcome of the game.</p><p>Survive seven fear-inducing levels by remotely guiding Amanda Ripley's crew through increasingly challenging tasks using only the station’s emergency systems. The uncertainty and unpredictability of both the alien and her crew can impose total defeat for Amanda and the entire station.</p><p>Alien: Blackout is a unique fear-inducing horror mobile game experience that will test the inner nerves of both Alien and horror fans alike, where life can end in an instant."</p>