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Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Announced for 3DS

Pokémon developers have officially announced the new Pokémon games titles Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon during Pokémon Direct. This game will be launching on the 3DS with rumours of a Switch release as well. It features the Alola region but is set in an alternate timeline with Mega Forms making a return. The game will release on November 17th 2017. You can watch the gameplay below, starting from the 3:00 minute mark. We are expecting more information about the game to announced at E3. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Nintendo Announces Pokémon Direct Coming on 6th June

Nintendo has officially announced a Pokémon Direct coming on 6th June at 3PM GMT which is 8:30PM IST. The official announcement is as follows. Current Speculation is that Nintendo is going to announce Pokémon Stars that is a sequel to Pokémon Sun and Moon for the Switch and 3DS. Fans are also speculating that they might announce remakes for Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. Here is the direct link for Pokémon Direct. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Pokemon: Magikarp Jump Out For Smartphones

The Pokémon Company International announced today that Magikarp Jump is now available for download at no charge on the App Store and on Google Play. Train your Magikarp to soar as high as possible in Magikarp Jump! The lowly Magikarp now gets its time in the spotlight with this fun app for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Feed and develop your Magikarp to maximize the Pokémon’s jump power to reach new heights. Then compete to see if your Magikarp is the best. Can your Magikarp rise to the level of League Champion? During your training, if Magikarp gets knocked out, or retires upon reaching Lv. 20, you’ll start over with a new generation of Magikarp. But not all progress is lost—your new Pokémon will start off a little bit stronger than your last. Keep training every Magikarp until you ca...

After Pokemon Go, Niantic Already Working On Other Projects

Seeing the success of Pokemon Go, it’s only natural that other games may adopt a similar platform. In an interview for the October issue of Game Informer, Niantic CEO John Hanke said that he already has some projects in development that will make use of the Niantic platform. Pokemon Go uses a lot of information that’s based on Niantic’s first game, Ingress, and it’s possible that more games will do the same in the future. Hanke says, “That’s always been our strategy to build up a platform underneath a game that can be used for other games, and frankly other experiences that may not exactly be games, but are still within that area of exercise, discovery, and social interaction. The Niantic platform is very much a part of our long-term vision and we have s...

Nintendo’s Pokémon GO High Over?

After Nintendo stated last week that the financial impact of Pokémon GO will be limited, the company’s shares have plunged by about 17%, dissipating about USD 6.3 billion in market value. As per exchange movement rules in Japan, the greatest amount by which a company can fall is 18 %. While everyone immediately thinks of Nintendo when Pokémon is concerned, the company only has a 13% stake in Pokémon GO. It will be The Pokemon Company and developer Niantic who will reap most of the profits from the game’s storming success.  In a press release, Nintendo announced that they will not make any revisions to the annual forecast based on the game as it will have a limited financial impact. However, they have already taken into account the Pokémon GO Plus, which is indeed being develope...

Guide To Pokémon GO: GO OUTSIDE, FOR GOD’S SAKE

Last week has gotten Pokémon fans all riled up, thanks to Nintendo bringing their most loved franchise to the smartphone. Yes, the little Pocket Monsters you’ve been a fan of since you were a kid can now be literally carried around in your smartphone as you roam around the world, aiming to catch ’em all. What a great time to be alive! Unfortunately, the game isn’t out for all countries yet. But for those who have the game and wondering about how to go about it, here’s everything you need to know to get you started on your journey to be the very best (like no one ever waaaaassss), to catch them is my real test, to train them is my cauuussseeee. Sorry. Got a little carried away there. Getting started First things first. When you run the game for the first time, you...

The Playstation 4 Hack Confirmed, Console Shown Running Pokemon

Fail0verflow, the hacking group responsible for hacking Wii, Wii U and the Playstation have now revealed what appears to be a hack for the Playstation 4. You can watch the video below which shows the console running off a Linux UI, and then shows it running a modded version of Pokemon Emerald. Fail0verflow has made the PS4 Linux port publicly available on its website. The PlayStation 4 had been hack-free for two years since it’s release, though hints of low-level hacks had been revealed before. The group has hailed the PlayStation 4’s architecture, claiming: “The Marvell engineers who designed the southbridge were smoking some really good stuff.” Could this be the start of next-gen console piracy? Only time will tell. This is what Fail0verflow had to say as far as p...

Tekken Dev Working On Pokemon Fighting Game

During a special broadcast, The Pokemon Company announced “Pokemon Tournament”—a new fighting game based on the popular series. This announcement was the one the company teased about last week saying it has some shocking news.   Bandai Namco the developers of Tekken are in charge of the new Pokemon fighting game.   “Whether you are a causal player, a regular player, or a hardcore player, anyone who likes Pokemon can have fun,” said veteran Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada. Pokemon Tournament is going out on Japanese arcades next year. As of now there is no news about whether the game will make its way to western markets or consoles.

Use Google Maps to “catch ’em all”

We know the first thing you’ve probably already thought of is that the chances of this being an April fools prank is pretty high. And you’d be right in thinking so, cause we did too. But you can now catch Pokemon on your smartphone using Google Maps app! The trailer takes things to a whole new level with the way it was projected and all but the update made to Google Maps does let you hunt for Pokemons and add them to your Pokedex by actually searching them on Google Maps. Dozens of wild Pokémon have taken up residence on streets, amidst forests and atop mountains throughout Google Maps. To catch ’em all, grab your Poké Ball and the newest version of Google Maps for iPhone or Android. Then tap the search bar, “press start,” and begin your quest.      You c...

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