<p>The third installment in the Zero Escape series will released in 2016 on 3DS and PS Vita. And it will bring the loopy narrative, seen in 999 and Virtue's Last Reward, to an end.</p><p>The game will take place in a facility on Mars, which is designed to test how people would react to being stuck on a barren red planet for years. Characters from the previous entries will appear. And there will be a dog! Yay, dog!</p><p>This final entry will also have fully voiced cinematics (in both English and Japanese), and multiple endings. In a panel, the developer described the final conclusion as the most bonkers ending yet.</p>GematsuAll melting; though our drops this diff'rence bore:
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<p>Google has rolled out a suggestion tool on the website for its Android operating system that is supposed to help you find a smartphone that's right for you.</p><p>It does this by having you answer some questions about what you want out of a phone. You have to pick at least three categories from a total of 12 to answer this.</p><p>You could choose "Being productive," "Gaming," and "Staying Fit," for example. Every time you pick one it then asks more specific questions about that function.</p><p>If you pick "Gaming," for example, you're asked how many hours you put into gaming every day, and then what types of games you like to play.</p><p>Once you've done this for at least three categories, the website will then give you suggestions for the kind of Android phone that may suit you.</p><p>Whether you trust these suggestions or not is up to you. As Android Police points out, the site seems to push flagship phones (read: most recent and expensive) such as the One M9 and Galaxy S6.</p><p>Still, if you have no idea what Android phone might be good for you, it seems like a good place to start.</p><p>Check out the "Which Phone" website here.</p>Android Police<p>With the success of the Switch since its launch last year it's hard to think about Nintendo bringing out more versions. According to an article on The Wall Street Journal, however, Ninty's already got plans for the next version of the popular console.</p><p>Reports say that, despite the Switch's incredible launch, sales for the console are dropping and Ninty is pretty determined to do something about it. Though there aren't any solid facts about the device as of yet, it's likely to share many of the current features and an improved LCD screen.</p><p>Thinking about it logically, of course there wouldn't be a single version of the Switch. The DS-style consoles, for example, had plenty of upgrades and designs where smaller bits and bobs were improved upon.</p><p>I'm still pretty mad at myself for how much I love my Switch. I hadn't intended to like it when I bought one for work last year and it quickly outranked that of my mobile devices, PlayStation 4, and even my PC.</p><p>There are a couple of areas that could do with a tweak. Its battery life could be a bit longer and it tends to run a tad hot when playing more graphically intense games, especially on full brightness.</p><p>Perhaps the Joy-Con's connective points could be a tad more secure and I wouldn't sneer at a more comfortable Joy-Con design overall. I do get a few hand cramps when playing for too long - anyone else?</p><p>What would you guys like to see in the Switch 2.0? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
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