A little over a month ago we got word that Bandai Namco would be localizing the previously Japanese only mobile game Record of Grancrest War: Quartet of War and releasing it around the world as Record of Grancrest War: Quartet Conflict. If you were familiar with the Japanese game or the Record of Grancrest War anime that the game was based on, then that initial announcement and brief teaser trailer might have been exciting for you. For someone like me though that is unfamiliar with either, it didn’t do a lot for me. I wanted to see what the actual game was like, but that teaser trailer only featured anime cutscenes. Well today Bandai Namco has opened up pre-registration for Record of Grancrest War: Quartet Conflict and thankfully has released a new trailer which actually shows some of the game in action. And you know what? It looks pretty cool!
WHEN Laurent Koscielny went down with a serious Achilles injury just ahead of the World Cup, it didn’t just affect the Arsenal and France centre-back. His Football Yoga teacher, Sharon Heidaripour, had become a close family friend over the previous months and was left devastated by the news. Instagram @sharon_footballyoga Football Yoga instructor Sharon Heidaripour has […]
So about that pre-registration. Currently it’s only for the Android version on the Google Play Store, but an iOS pre-registration is planned for a later date. As these things usually go the more people who pre-register the more rewards that will unlock and be available when the game launches worldwide. If you’re an Android user interested in pre-registering your best bet is to head to this pre-registration site and scroll to the bottom to get the appropriate Google Play Store link for your region. You can also get the lowdown on what the pre-registration rewards are so far at that same page. When an iOS pre-registration campaign kicks off or any other noteworthy news about Record of Grancrest War: Quartet Conflict comes out, we’ll let you know.
Unai Emery resisted severely punishing the Arsenal stars caught inhaling hippy crack
Saturday December 08, 2018
UNAI EMERY resisted severely punishing the Arsenal stars caught inhaling ‘hippy crack’. The Gunners boss has taken a dim view of the scandal exposed by The Sun yesterday. Unai Emery and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during training on FridayGetty – Contributor Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette, Mesut Ozil, Sead Kolasinac and Matteo Guendouzi were pictured taking nitrous oxide […]
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