Six to Start has announced that it will be bringing the Bronze Award-winning Zombies, Run! to Apple Watch.It makes sense considering the mobile version of the game only sat in your pocket as you jogged with headphones giving you the audio-driven zombie-filled adventure."We think the Apple Watch can make Zombies, Run! more immersive and easier to play, and we’re keen to be there when it launches," said Six to Start.The studio is also looking into integrating future editions of Zombies, Run! with Android Wear, as well.In our review of the mobile version of the game, we said: "Serialised horror stories and serious fitness come together in a way that few would think possible in this oddball fitness app".Zombies, Run! is available for £2.49 / $3.99 on the App Store [buy] and Google Play [buy] right now.
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3、Nintendo released the NES Classic and SNES Classic in 2016 and 2017 consecutively, so a Nintendo 64 Classic should be just around the corner. Alas, it’s not to be. Reggie Fils-Aime, President of Nintendo of America, announced that a Nintendo 64 Classic is not in the works.In an interview with Kotaku, Fils-Aime explained that developing a Nintendo 64 Classic at the moment just doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, business-wise:“We were clear when we did the first two Classic series that, for us, these were limited time opportunities that were a way for us as a business to bridge from the conclusion of Wii U as a hardware system to the launch of Nintendo Switch. That was the very strategic reason we launched the NES Classic system.”Nintendo sees the Classic line of consoles as a limited-time project, rather than an annual release. Instead, Nintendo hopes fans will use Nintendo Switch Online for all of their retro gaming needs.Still, when pressed on whether a Nintendo 64 Classic would ever be released, Fils-Aime said, “I would not ever rule something out,but what I can tell you is certainly that’s not in our planning horizon.”So while a Nintendo 64 Classic isn’t totally off the table, it doesn’t look like it will be making an appearance anytime soon. Nintendo fans will have to seek their N64 fix elsewhere.