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'"My parts had pow'r to charm a sacred nun,<p>Amazingly March is only a few months away and the Switch's release window is getting closer and closer. That charismatic chappie Jimmy Fallon got a treat on The Tonight Show however as he got his hands on the upcoming Super Mario Run and the Nintendo Switch.</p><p>It's okay to be jealous, I certainly am, but watching Fallon geek out in a way we all know we would have just makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.</p><p>Super Mario Run looks like a joy in itself as the auto-runner plays without a stutter, bringing us all of the brilliance of Super Mario in a pocket-sized version. No, there's nothing really new or different about it but realistically do we really care?</p><p>The Switch is just a beautiful bit of kit. Seeing it live on TV made even made that big, clunky controller look relatively good-looking. That's exciting in itself even before we got a first-hand look at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.</p><p>Once Fallon got his hands on the console his ceaseless knowledge and arm-flailing excitement didn't fail to bring a smile to my face. What's more it looks like the Switch is shaping up to be exactly as Nintendo described and I admit I'm breathing a sigh of relief here.</p><p>Bring on January 12th for more information.</p>
<p>Pearl Abyss' Black Desert Mobile has now received a new enhancement system known as Gear Awakening. This allows you to create improved weapons and armour to tackle the game's toughest regions, namely the new explorable areas of Schultz Fortress, Valencia, and North Mediah.</p>
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"Neither of them. It's politics that's at the bottom of his freak. All those Elliotts and Crawfords and MacAllisters are dyed-in-the-wool politicians. They're born Grit or Tory, as the case may be, and they live Grit or Tory, and they die Grit or Tory; and what they're going to do in heaven, where there's probably no politics, is more than I can fathom. This Marshall Elliott was born a Grit. I'm a Grit myself in moderation, but there's no moderation about Marshall. Fifteen years ago there was a specially bitter general election. Marshall fought for his party tooth and nail. He was dead sure the Liberals would win--so sure that he got up at a public meeting and vowed that he wouldn't shave his face or cut his hair until the Grits were in power. Well, they didn't go in--and they've never got in yet--and you saw the result today for yourselves. Marshall stuck to his word."