<p>Plants vs Zombies 2 has been updated again. This time it's another sand and sea themed expansion called Big Wave Beach Part 2.</p><p>The update features three new zombies, including an Octopus zombie, and three new plants, including the seed spitting Guacodile.</p><p>There are 16 new levels as well. Which is quite a lot of new levels I guess. Dr Zomboss will also surface in his Zombot Sharktronic Sub, although I don't really know what that means.</p><p>If that wasn't enough you also get a special edition Sweep Potato plant, and the seven day Food Fight event which kicks off later in November.</p>The Big Wave Beach Part 2 update is live right now on the App Store and the Google Play Store, so there you go.
1、<p>A 3DS system update due to arrive in October will add custom Home Menu themes.</p><p>The themes will allow you to fully customise the menu background, icons and folders, and music and sound effects.</p><p>A new Theme Shop will be added to the Home Menu where you'll be able to purchase the various themes available.</p><p>Unfortunately, Nintendo did not announce what any of the these will be.</p><p>However, the image accompanying the news shows an Animal Crossing theme, one for The Legend of Zelda, a Super Mario Bros. theme, and another Mario one.</p><p>The system update will be available to all current and upcoming 3DS and 2DS consoles.</p>
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3、<p>Selfies are already a sociable thing, but wouldn’t you like to turn them into a co-op guessing game with your mates? If your answer is yes, then it’s your lucky day – as Ubisoft’s new social quiz game FaceUp – The Selfie Game is for you.</p><p>The game is a spin on charades, incorporating selfies in a guessing quiz game that will have you and your friends making all sorts of wacky faces.</p><p>You can also share your greatest achievements in the game on social media- including record breaking scores that can be achieved solo or cooperatively with your friends.</p><p>If you’re someone who likes to take wacky selfies, you’re already at an advantage. Thanks to a deep pool of different expressions and moods, players are tasked with correctly guessing friend’s selfies from a number of options.</p><p>It’s not all just for fun either, as aside from the previously mentioned high scores you’ll also be rewarded for great guessing with in-game gifts like stickers and extra game modes.</p><p>FaceUp also allows you to play both offline and online. Want to play a friend over the internet? No problem. Want to perk up a party offline with some mates? The option is there.</p><p>As much as it focuses on social media, the title is also savvy enough to implement gaming to the same extent. You can look forward to unlockable options like a combo mode which allows players to mix and match expressions and moods all in the same selfie for example – a fresh and challenging way to up the ante.</p><p>Add in unlockables like emojis and stamps to add to your selfies, and you have a truly interactive gaming experience that will have hardcore gamers and casual players alike pulling ridiculous faces like there’s no tomorrow.</p>In the small orb of one particular tear!
4、<p>Heart Forth, Alicia is heading to PS Vita in early 2016. This is great news.</p><p>I've been following Heart Forth, Alicia for years. Seriously, it's been in production since 2007. Not the whole time, of course, but for a lot of it.</p><p>That's on account of it being the work of just one person: Alonso Martin. After a hiatus, he returned to work on it in 2013 and launched a successful Kickstarter last year.</p><p>But the game's development isn't the exciting bit. That belongs to what it's all about.</p><p>It's inspired by '90s RPGs and has glorious pixel art that evokes some of the great ones.</p><p>In fact, Martin says he's combined the gameplay of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, the world and dungeons of the Zelda series, and the story telling of Xenogears.</p>