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How to Set Up Online Food Ordering for Restaurants in WordPress

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Do you want to set up online food ordering for your restaurant? Whether it’s a brand new venture, or you’ve been serving customers in person for years, offering food delivery can help boost your profits.

Vroom in the Night Sky – Switch

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The Nintendo Switch game library is off to a very highly-praised start – The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been making almost every man/woman/cat alive positively burst with glee and we’ve been loving games such as Snipperclips and Fast RMX here at Nintendo Life HQ. But unfortunately amongst the gems there have to be some pebbles – the kind of pebbles that fail to skim beautifully across the surface of the water, but rather the kind that sink right to the bottom of the ocean, never to be seen again. Vroom in the night sky – we’re not sure why capitalisation is ignored in the game title – is a pebble (we really hope you didn’t skip that first paragraph or this will make no sense at all). From the moment you turn it on things seem pretty bad; the awful translation from Japanese to English (which is a consistent issue throughout the game) greets you with “Are you the first time to play this game?”. With Vroom in the night sky being developed by a small independent team in Japan who were likely on a very small budget, we were willing to forgive this in part, but the issues continued.

Wonder Boy The Dragons Trap – Switch

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Boasting beautiful, hand-drawn animations and a re-orchestrated soundtrack, the cult classic returns with a unique blend of exploration, action, and adventure!

Metroid Prime 4 – Switch

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Metroid Prime 4 returns to the first person adventure roots of the original Metroid prime game and introduces a new storyline that ties together the events of the Metroid Prime universe and takes things in a new direction.

Shin Megami Tensei – Switch

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The story of SMTIV revolves around the Samurai, the sacred protectors of the Eastern Kingdom of Mikado. As a newly appointed Samurai, players will struggle with factions that have nefarious designs on the world as they defend their home kingdom from a growing army of demons.

Touhou Kobuto V Burst Battle – Switch

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Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle is a bullet-hell battle game that takes place in the Touhou universe. Take control of one of nine Touhou characters and eliminate your opponent using bullet-hell patterns, melee attacks, or spell cards! Featuring ear-tingling beats for each character, you might just find yourself dancing while you play!

Rayman Legends Definitive Edition – 3DS

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GAME DETAILS Rayman, named platformer of the year and winner of multiple artistic and musical achievements, is coming to the Nintendo Switch with Rayman® Legends: Definitive Edition. This edition contains the acclaimed game Rayman® Legends – 92 metacritic on Wii U – as well as new exclusive content. Michel Ancel, celebrated creator of Rayman®, Beyond Good & Evil® and the Raving Rabbids® is bringing his innovative creativity to this new and exciting platform. It will make full use of the power of the Switch and its new controllers.

Runner 3 – 3DS

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Runner3 is the upcoming (and perhaps unsurprisingly) third entry in the BIT.TRIP RUNNER series. We’re committed to making it the best game we’ve ever made, and we want you to hold us to it. You can follow the game’s development over on our devlog, where we encourage you to chat with us in the comments section of our weekly updates.

Away Journey to the Unexpected – 3DS

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Away: Journey to the Unexpected [official site] looks like a cartoon come to life, in a way that reminds me of Rayman and his Oranges. It was no surprise to see that one member of the two-person team working on Away was a level designer on the Rayman franchise. The art and code is the work of Aurélien Regard, who you may know as the creator of The Next Penelope.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – 3DS

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The game was first announced in January 2017 as part of Nintendo’s detailed reveal of its Nintendo Switch video game console.[1][4] A gameplay trailer was released on the same day.[5] Similar to the original Xenoblade, the title was announced as Xenoblade 2 in Japan, but had Chronicles added to its name in English speaking regions.[6] Xeno series creator Tetsuya Takahashi will return as executive director.[7] The character designs are being done by Masatsugu Saito,[7] who is giving characters a more chibi anime art style than prior Xenoblade entries, which focused more on realistic human proportions.[8]