Updated March 29th, 8:14 AM: Mark Ward of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group kindly cleared up the misunderstanding.<p>Apparently the retail version won't require a download as large as 13 GB. As per most games, there will be a content patch that needs to be downloaded, but it wasn't specified how large that would be. You also don't require a constant internet connection to play.</p><p>Breathe easy, dear readers, you'll still have a little storage space left on your devices after all.</p><p>Nintendo fans are a little perturbed this morning as the upcoming third-party Switch game, LEGO City Undercover, requires somewhat of a hefty download.</p><p>Aside from its meagre battery life, the Switch's convenience is what sells it. Pick up and play - it's as simple as that. But, considering Nintendo capped the device at a meagre 32 GB - 26 GB realistically - most people are gunning for physical copies to save the storage space.</p><p>What's got people in an uproar at the moment, however, is that LEGO City Undercover may need a whopping 13 GB software download according to a retail-working Reddit user.</p><p>Due to the smaller size of the cartridges, some developers may be struggling to adjust to the required size. That means that there'll either be heftier downloads to pick up the slack, or that the production cost will simply be higher, hence the larger price tag compared to PS4 or Xbox One versions of the same game.</p><p>Obviously, all physical games require patches from time-to-time, but given that there's so little space collectively on the Switch it is a bit of a problem.</p><p>The user also noted that it may also need an internet connection, but hopefully that's just for the sake of the initial download and not for the actual game. Otherwise the 'pick up and play' feature goes out the window.</p>All kind of arguments and question deep,
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<p>It feels like it's been on the way for absolutely ages, but finally we can say that Old School RuneScape is available worldwide. Grab it on the App Store or Google Play right here and get adventuring on the go.</p><p><p>
<p>Riot has released another League of Legends: Wild Rift developer update video today that revealed a host of details about the upcoming mobile version of the popular MOBA. There is information on an upcoming regional open beta, the timeline for release in other regions and seven new champions that will be heading to the rift.</p><p>From October 27th, the game will be available in open beta in South Korea, Japan, The Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. Additionally, where applicable, players in those regions will be able to play the game using their Riot accounts for extra in-game rewards based on their investment in League of Legends.</p>Full list of EVERY champion in League of Legends: Wild Rift<p>The video also provided a proposed timeline for when other players around the world can expect to start playing League of Legends: Wild Rift. During the first week of December they're hoping to make the game available in:</p>EuropeTaiwanOceaniaVietnam<p>The Americas meanwhile will have to wait until Spring 2021. However, they were also very keen to point out any of this may change depending on how the game progresses in that time. Naturally, should anything change we'll be sure to let you know.</p>
<p>Take the chases and shootouts of GTA, shrink it down, and give it an arcadey pixel art aesthetic, and you get Retro City Rampage: DX, currently discounted on the App Store and Google Play.</p><p>Stuffed with Metal Gear, Back to the Future, and other classic references, Retro City Rampage lets you cause chaos through the 80s-inspired streets, wielding various guns, power-ups, and vehicles in fast-paced missions.</p><p>While the controls can feel clunky, the plethora of modes and sheer content earned the game a Bronze Award in our review last year.</p><p>You can purchase Retro City Rampage: DX on iPad, iPhone, and Android devices.</p>
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