<p>Bury Me, My Love isn't the sort of game that you play on a show floor. It's the sort of game that unfurls itself slowly and intricately, winding itself around you with notifications and a thick story that's rooted in truth.</p><p>Essentially you're playing a game of WhatsApp. Nour is travelling from Syria to Europe, and you're her husband. You're talking her through her experience, choosing what to say as she deals with the harsh realities of the migrant trail.</p><p>And quite frankly, it's brilliant. Even with the game sped up so the messages come through one after the other, the story is so wonderfully well told that it's impossible not to fall in love with it.</p><p>Because this is a game about love. It's a game about sacrifice and heartache. But it has light moments too. I laughed three or four times throughout the half hour I was poking my way through the demo.</p><p>And that's what life is like. That's what relationships and conversations with the people you adore are like. There's darkness, and trying situations, but there are smiles and warmth as well. And Bury Me, My Love captures them perfectly.</p><p>When you get a choice of what to say next, you need to think carefully. There are multiple different endings, and keeping Nour happy and content is key to getting a good one.</p><p>There are messages you need to reply to quickly. Leave them too long and she'll get grumpy, thinking you're falling out of love with her. Then there are throwaway comments, moments of brevity, and a desire to push on and see more.</p><p>Bury Me, My Love feels important. Not in a pretentious way, but because it makes a big story (a migrant who made the same journey as Nour actually consulted on the game) human.</p><p>And that's the key. This is a game about life, and I'm excited to find out where it goes.</p>
<p>What's that about board games? Oh, we love board games! Uh-huh... yes, yes that's interesting...!</p><p>Well, after conversing with - er - absolutely no one, today we found out that Asmodee Digital has a lot of titles on the way across mobile, Switch, and your usual PC dabblings. Yes, we're including PC releases too because maybe these'll come to mobile eventually.</p><p>
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<p>If you like Mutant Mudds and like the Nintendo Switch then I've got good news for you - the Mutant Mudds Collection is coming to the Switch later this year.</p><p><p>There's a new Call of Duty game heading to iOS. Yay! Woo! Dude-bro military nonsense!</p><p>It's called Call of Duty: Heroes, and it's set to released some time later today in New Zealand and Australia. After the antipodean soft launch you can expect it to roll out world wide.</p><p>From the screenshots the game essentially looks like Clash of Duties. Or Call of Clans. Pick whichever name you think suits it best. You build a base, train some heroes, and wage war on your enemies.</p><p>There also appears to be some sort of helicopter gunship shooting involved. Because it wouldn't be a CoD game without an on-rails vehicle shooting section. Am I right? Yes.</p><p>When the game hits New Zealand and Australia we'll get some fingers-on time with it to see if our suspicions are correct. Which they probably are.</p><p>If you live in one of the two territories, keep an eye out for the game landing at around midnight. I suspect it's going to be free to play. You can find out more about Call of Duty: Heroes here.</p>What's sweet to do, to do will aptly find:
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