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Pokemon GO’s servers are down, it’s not just you [UPDATE]

Pokemon GO’s servers are down, it’s not just you [UPDATE]

If you're trying to log in to Pokemon GO right now but you're having troubles logging in, you're not alone. Many folks are experiencing server issues right now, and the issue seems widespread enough to warrant an update from Niantic. Pokemon GO's developer has taken to Twitter to alert players to server issues that have taken hold, noting that it's working on finding a resolution.

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Super Mario Run will sprint into Android in March

Super Mario Run will sprint into Android in March

Android faithful, fear not! Nintendo has neither forgotten nor abandoned you. While it may seem that way as it has been more than a month since Super Mario Run landed on iOS, the feisty Italian plumber will be searching for his princess on Google’s platform really soon now. And by “soon”, we mean “in two months. Nintendo has teased on Twitter that Super Mario Run will be coming to Android some time in March. This year, of course. Provided there aren’t any more delays.

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Fire Emblem games coming to Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and mobile

Fire Emblem games coming to Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and mobile

Nintendo seems to be making good its promise to really embrace mobile as part of its expanded gaming ecosystem. Especially after the rather divisive Super Mario Run launch. While it still hasn’t given a solid date, Nintendo is at least giving more details about the totally new Fire Emblem title that is coming to both Android and iOS. But that’s not the only glad Fire Emblem tidings it dropped at its Nintendo Direct. The gaming giant is also preparing quite a number of Fire Emblem titles, both old and new, for its other handheld gaming devices, namely, the Nintendo 3DS System and, of course, the upcoming Nintendo Switch.

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5 games that’ll make Nintendo Switch a must-have

5 games that’ll make Nintendo Switch a must-have

The release of the Nintendo Switch brings with it the dawn of a new generation of Nintendo-friendly games - awesome games. What we're going to do today is pick out 5 of the best - or 5 of the most potential-filled games, as it were. Several of these games were released in one form or another on previous Nintendo devices and found immense success. We're going to go ahead and safely assume that they'll be back with a vengeance with the Nintendo Switch in 2017.

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Pokemon GO takes on climate change in monster Davos takeover

Pokemon GO takes on climate change in monster Davos takeover

Niantic has revealed their next sponsorship deal with a brand - Project Everyone, making a push for awareness of The Global Goals campaign at the World Economic Forum. Before now, Pokemon GO had only opened Sponsored Pokestops and Pokemon Gyms in the game Pokemon GO with consumer brands. With this sponsorship deal, Pokemon GO becomes an awareness partner for the support of the 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Pokemon GO might really, truly (help to) save the planet!

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Have a look at the first Nintendo Switch commercial

Have a look at the first Nintendo Switch commercial

We found out a lot of new information about the Nintendo Switch at the end of last week, and sure enough, the marketing machine is now rolling in a big way. Nintendo has wasted no time in delivering the first commercial for Nintendo Switch, and it's no surprise that Zelda is coming along for the ride.

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Nintendo Switch Pre-orders up again at Walmart

Nintendo Switch Pre-orders up again at Walmart

While many stores have - seemingly - sold out of the Nintendo Switch well before its on-sale date, Walmart suggests they've got stock. They wont have the device in stores until the street date, just like every other store that we're aware of so far - but they've got numbers. Walmart's suggestion is that they have enough potential stock that they're able to continue offering the Nintendo Switch on pre-order with guarantee of a unit to every person that comes in and orders.

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Pokemon GO Update: Easter Egg Event clues inside

Pokemon GO Update: Easter Egg Event clues inside

This morning the folks at Niantic updated Pokemon GO apps for both iOS and Android devices. That means updates for Samsung Galaxy devices, LG, HTC, Sony, Motorola, and the lot - and iPhones of all sorts. This new update for Pokemon GO is the latest in a line of "fixes" for a number of elements - one of which should lead the way to the rest of the Gen 2 Pokemon in the near future.

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Nintendo Switch eschews bundled games to keep price down

Nintendo Switch eschews bundled games to keep price down

The Nintendo Switch is unconventional in more ways than one. In addition to its unorthodox hybrid form factor, its launch is also a bit unusual, almost unsettling. Breaking away not just from its own tradition but that of other consoles as well, Nintendo won’t be launching the Switch with any bundled games, not even its own 1-2-Switch “tech demo”. That, according to Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime, was a decision made in order to keep the Switch price down to $299.99, nothing more, nothing less.

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Nintendo Switch pre order sellout sends gamers hunting

Nintendo Switch pre order sellout sends gamers hunting

If you slept on getting your Nintendo Switch pre-order in, you may end up disappointed come March 3, with just about every retailer selling out of their initial stock. Preorders for the hotly-anticipated console opened just a few days ago, with GameStop, Best Buy, Target, and others all taking part. However, in the time between Friday and today, all of those orders have been snapped up.

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Nintendo Switch: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Nintendo Switch: The good, the bad, and the ugly

In a roughly 14 hour period spanning Thursday night and Friday morning, we received an onslaught of Nintendo Switch news. A lot of new information was revealed, including details about the Switch's release, its online systems, and its launch titles. As a lifelong Nintendo fan, I'd been looking forward to these events since they were announced, and I thought I'd take some time to go through my personal hits and misses with Nintendo's Switch reveal.

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More Nintendo Switch details: 2TB microSD card support, no Miiverse or StreetPass

More Nintendo Switch details: 2TB microSD card support, no Miiverse or StreetPass

While almost all the details about the new Nintendo Switch console have been revealed, there's still a few things that leave eager gamers wondering about their potential future purchase. Most of the hardware specs have been sufficiently outlined, but one troubling item is the fact that the Switch only comes with 32GB of internal storage, a paltry amount compared to the 500GB and 1TB hard drives we're used to.

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