"Oh, I know I've been very selfish," sighed Anne. "I love Gilbert more than ever--and I want to live for his sake. But it seems as if part of me was buried over there in that little harbor graveyard-- and it hurts so much that I'm afraid of life."
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<p>Despite Diablo Immortal's chilly reception at BlizzCon last weekend, it was revealed in an interview with Executive Producer Allen Adham, that Blizzard has more planned for mobile yet.</p><p>The Q&A interview, which was also noted on a Reddit post yesterday, covers Blizzard's approach to mobile gaming. It seems that Diablo is the first of many planned for mobile development, though we don't know any specific names or details yet.</p><p>"In terms of Blizzard's approach to mobile gaming, many of us over the last few years have shifted from playing primarily desktop to playing many hours on mobile, and we have many of our best developers now working on new mobile titles across all of our IPs," said Adham.</p><p>"Some of them are with external partners, like Diablo: Immortal; many of them are being developed internally only, and we'll have information to share on those in the future. I will say also that we have more new products in development today at Blizzard than we've ever had in our history and our future is very bright."</p><p>Despite the lack of detail, one can only assume that Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Heroes of the Storm, and more are on the roster. What's your opinion on more coming to mobile? Let us know in those comments down below. </p>
"It has all such a heart-broken, reproachful look, hasn't it?" said Anne. "Oh, I shall be so homesick at the Glen tonight!"<p>Another Lost Phone isn't so much a sequel to A Normal Lost Phone as it is a progression. If you've played the original you know some of what to expect, but a lot has changed as well.</p><p>The version I played at Gamescom is a demo, tweaked a little to accommodate the time and location that I'm playing it at.</p><p>But there's an instant familiarity all the same. The art-style has been given a revamp, but the mechanics are still the same. You're looking at a phone on your phone, and trying to piece together the life of the person who's lost it.</p>
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