<p>Motorsport Manager lovers rejoice because MMM3 is on its way. While we're not sure of the date outside of 'summer 2018', we're sure it'll be a blast to play.</p><p>Motorsport Manager is a racing strategy game where you'll build your team from scratch and decide how their careers will flourish (or fail). You'll get a say in pretty much everything they do, so prepare to grow your fledgling drivers and make the best decisions possible. Or don't - it's your rodeo.</p><p>Both Motorsport Manager and Motorsport Manager 2 earned Gold Awards in their reviews, the most recent of which we said it's "--a highly polished, incredibly engaging simulation. But it's not too daunting if you're new to the genre. There are things to tweak and think about, but there's never too much information that you feel squashed under it."</p><p>This latest in the series has a few new tricks up its sleeve as it brings six new championships in GT and Endurance races, a new setting in Monaco with a new art style, a host of new features (including Supplier Network, Invitational Races, and Mechanics), and more.</p><p>The game'll also be introducing augmented reality with its new Camera mode. Here you can pick your own perspective on the race, so find which angle's your favourite. It's a whole new level of interaction.</p>
Shook off my sober guards and civil fears;brewbakersrestaurant.com<p>Minecraft players on PS Vita who want to fork over £3.29 / €3.99 get to dress up as characters from Mass Effect, and explore the Mars Facility from Mass Effect 3 in a new piece of downloadable content.</p><p>You'll also find textures and craftable items from the Bioware games, a themed UI and menus, 36 character skins, and 22 music tracks.</p><p>Or, you could get the Pattern Texture Pack for 79p / 99c which lets you decorate your Minecraft worlds with bright colours, beautiful patterns, and adorable knitted animals - and it can be applied retroactively to previously created Minecraft worlds.</p><p>Both packs will be available on the PlayStation Store when it next updates - that's today in the US and tomorrow in Europe. Keep an eye out, commander.</p>
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<p>Mario Kart Tour's long-awaited arrival to mobiles is not too far off now. After being in beta since May, the game will launch on 25th September and you can pre-register now on the App Store and Google Play.</p><p>To coincide with the release date announcement Nintendo Mobile also released a new gameplay trailer where you can see Mario and co – including Yoshi, the best character – racing around various tracks that including everything from prehistoric jungles to boulder-filled canyons.</p><p>The new trailer doesn't show us anything particularly new, but it's another excuse to take in how good Mario Kart Tour is going to look. Nintendo has never made the most graphic-intensive games but they've always had their own style that makes them look excellent and this is certainly no different.</p>
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<p>Wasco is a retro-inspired sci-fi RPG from Gray Lake Studios that's set in a cyberpunk universe. It's available for both iOS and Android as a premium game now.</p><p>It follows the journey of the titular Wasco, a waste-collecting robot who resides on a planet made entirely of junk. It promises to be an hour-long experience that will pay homage to JRPGs of yore, just without the many hours those games often took to complete.</p>