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Nintendo Power issues, all 145 of them, are now free to browse

Nintendo Power issues, all 145 of them, are now free to browse

Archive.org may be best known for preserving sometimes essential web pages that have disappeared from the Interwebs. But of late, it has been performing a valuable service to the gaming community as well. It has also been preserving those same gone but never forgotten legacies, from some classic games themselves, to the literature that has sprung up around them. It latest addition to its growing treasure trove of gaming history is thirteen years' worth of Nintendo Power issues, giving gamers today a look and feel of the video game culture and journalism back in time of the first Marios, Zeldas, and home consoles.

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New Pokemon GO bug may transform the Pokemon you catch

New Pokemon GO bug may transform the Pokemon you catch

Pokemon GO veterans may not want to stop catching those useless Weedles and Caterpies just yet, as a new bug that apparently changes Pokemon after they've been caught has surfaced. Unlike the three-step bug, which was just infuriating, this one actually has the potential to be awesome, but then again it could also end up disappointing a lot of players who manage to track down an ultra-rare Pokemon only to have it change into something different after the fact.

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Pokemon GO Articuno video is fake: here’s how they did it

Pokemon GO Articuno video is fake: here’s how they did it

Pokemon GO users on YouTube have caught legendary birds like Articuno and Moltres, ultra-rare Pokemon like Mewtwo and Ditto, and every oddity in-between. How could they possibly have done such a thing? Is there a glitch in the game? Have they cheated? Not so much. They've done nothing of the sort. What's actually going on here is extremely simple - and they didn't need any fancy multi-thousand-dollar software to do it. All they needed was Blender.

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Pokemon GO developer Niantic breaks silence, issues statement on recent problems

Pokemon GO developer Niantic breaks silence, issues statement on recent problems

If you haven't heard yet, it's been a turbulent few days for Niantic Labs, developer of the wildly popular Pokemon GO. On top of slowing launches in new regions, Niantic has also remained silent on when it intends to fix the "three step glitch," which has broken the game's tracking feature and left players to wander around aimlessly when a Pokemon they want to catch pops up on their nearby list.

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Pokemon GO’s controversial changes might mean refunds for angry fans

Pokemon GO’s controversial changes might mean refunds for angry fans

If, like a seemingly significant number of players, you're upset with Niantic's latest Pokemon GO antics, you might like to know that other users have been successfully been requesting refunds for their in-app purchases through both Apple and Google. This backlash from fans comes after Niantic issued a patch that removed tracking from the game entirely and allegedly moved to shut down third-party apps like Pokevision, which saw increased use once Pokemon GO's in-game tracking feature broke.

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Niantic is the worst part of Pokemon GO

Niantic is the worst part of Pokemon GO

A team of developers called Niantic created Pokemon GO. They saw this April Fool's Joke just like everyone else in the world, and saw potential. Once they received the GO-ahead, they got to work, splitting their staff between working on their already-active game Ingress and the game that'd be built on the progress they'd already made: Pokemon GO. What went wrong?

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Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer summons Z-Moves, Alola forms

Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer summons Z-Moves, Alola forms

A new Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer has arrived, and this time around, we're seeing a lot more than just new Pokemon. In fact, this new trailer may give us our closest look yet at new gameplay features present in Pokemon Sun and Moon, showing off aspects like Z-Moves and island trials, which are apparently taking the place of traditional gym battles.

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Pokemon GO update reset account bug: what to do

Pokemon GO update reset account bug: what to do

A large OOPS has been found in the most recent Pokemon GO Update download, one that makes it appear that accounts have been reset. It'll look to the user like they're starting over from zero. It'll look like they've lost everything. They'll be freaking out and losing their mind over how much money they've spent on the game, only to have to start over from the beginning. If you know of anyone that's freaking out over this reset, please let them know that they have nothing to fear.

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Pokemon Go update adds avatar editing, removes footprints & screen dimming

Pokemon Go update adds avatar editing, removes footprints & screen dimming

One of the first big updates for Pokemon Go has been released on both iOS and Android this weekend. The good news is that along with bug fixes and overall stability improvements a few small new features have been added, while the bad news is that a couple have been removed as well. Before we jump into the details, check your phone's app store for updates to version 1.1.0 on iOS and version 0.31.0 on Android.

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Miitomo, the other Nintendo-related mobile app, gets first update in weeks

Miitomo, the other Nintendo-related mobile app, gets first update in weeks

Remember Miitomo? That kinda-sorta mobile game from Nintendo that already had its brief moment in the spotlight before fading from popularity even before the behemoth of Pokemon Go was released? Well, if you still happen to have it installed on your phone, there's an update for iOS and Android available that introduces a new mini-game for earning clothing items. Assuming you still want to play, that is.

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Pokemon GO player hits level cap, but needed a bot to get there

Pokemon GO player hits level cap, but needed a bot to get there

With Pokemon GO developer Niantic remaining tight-lipped on a number of the game's inner workings, players have been left to postulate and discuss what could be going on behind the scenes. One of the most discussed topics seems to be Pokemon GO's level cap, with Niantic never stating outright that there's a hard cap in the game. Well, we now have an answer to that question, as one player has managed to hit the level cap and took to Reddit to share that success.

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Pokemon GO server status is down, but also up

Pokemon GO server status is down, but also up

How can Pokemon GO be down, but also up at the same time? Pokemon GO is a multi-tiered system, one in which more than one level of log-on and play is included. Today users have found several problems occurring at different times. Earlier today is was a bit of down time on the main server - high latency and inability to see Pokemon and/or Gyms and PokeStops. That down time seems to be fading, while a different down situation seems to be rising up.

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