Mii V Mii: Season 2 – Fight 33

Author: TJ Cencula
Categories: Videos, Wii U

The time has arrived! Fight 33 of Season 2 is here. Watch the Golden Gunners, the Silver Swordsmen and the Bronze Brawlers duke it out in the latest battle. Check out the fight below! Help support Mii V Mii on the MiiTJ Patreon.

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Charmander plush coming to Build-A-Bear

Categories: Merchandise, News

Both Pikachu and Eevee have gotten the esteemed Build-A-Bear treatment over the past year, and it looks like Pokémon is going to be pushing out a third plush option before the year ends. That’s right, Charmander is coming to Build-A-Bear. While it’s upsetting that, once again, the remaining two Kanto…

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New trailer shows off Empoleon in Pokkén Tournament

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: News

Japanese arcades will soon be seeing another new fighter make their way to Pokkén Tournament. Just in time for winter, it’s the Emperor Pokémon, Empoleon! Officially announced last week, a high quality trailer has now been uploaded by Bandai Namco giving us a look at the Sinnoh starter in full….

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Magearna event now live for Pokémon Sun & Moon

Categories: 3DS, News

UPDATE (12/6): The Magearna event is now also live in Europe and Australia! Players from these regions can download the Pokémon by scanning this QR code below. (Please keep in mind that this code appears to be different than the one for North America.) Owners of Pokémon Sun & Moon…

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Reflection: Building a team of friends at Nintendo Wire

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: Uncategorized

Six months ago, I sat down for a Skype interview with Happily Candied and Amiibo Jason. I had spent the previous three weeks agonizing over each individual word, sentence and paragraph of my application for NintendoInquirer.com (now NintendoWire.com), a website I’d been following since the very beginning of its existence….

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Classic Sega games picked up for TV and film adaptations

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News

2016 has been a year filled with video game adaptations, although most of them have been flops rather than hits. It looks like that isn’t stopping Sega from pushing forward, however, as it has been announced that several of their classic IPs are getting the film and TV treatment in…

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