New Pokémon Sun and Moon trailer unveiled

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: 3DS, News

Poké Ride One aspect of the culture in the Alola region is something known as Poké Ride, in which certain Pokémon help people get to places they wouldn’t be able to reach by using human strength alone. These Pokémon don’t join your team, but you can call on them anytime…

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Arceus distribution begins today, available at GameStop

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: 3DS, News

A new month means a new mythical Pokemon set to make its way to trainers hands, and this one’s about as mythical as they get. With its type changing abilities and supreme versatility, Arceus descends upon us to wrought Judgement and spread its might! Much like Mew and Darkrai before…

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Did You Know Gaming? explores Pokémon GO

Categories: Mobile

Okay, so most fans already know that Pokémon GO was inspired by a 2014 April Fool’s Day prank, but there are plenty more obscure tidbits about the mobile record-breaker that are just as interesting. In the latest episode of the hyper-informative and always entertaining Did You Know Gaming? video series,…

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Sonic Sunday: Why Sonic Mania could appear on NX

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: Switch

Welcome back to Sonic Sunday! While last week the spotlight was focused on Project Sonic 2017, the new Sonic game already confirmed for NX, this week we’ll look at the other major announcement that came out of the Sonic’s recent birthday bash. First, some basic details about the new title……

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Badge Arcade News: 7/31/16

Categories: 3DS, News

Everyone’s favorite intergalactic bounty hunter Samus returns in today’s Badge Arcade update with a lone repeat catcher: fitting considering the series’ pervasive theme of isolation. Hopefully this is only the tip of the iceberg for what Nintendo has planned for Metroid’s 30th anniversary next week. Free play?: Nope! Practice catcher:…

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Review: Zero Time Dilemma

Categories: 3DS, News, Reviews

When one thinks of games that use the medium to express themselves in a way that no other media can, few can match up to the creativity of the Zero Escape series. Starting with 2009’s Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, director Kotaro Uchikoshi created a thriller-adventure hybrid with shades…

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