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How to claim Zeraora in Pokemon Unite

How to claim Zeraora in Pokemon Unite

Pokemon Unite landed on Nintendo Switch this week, allowing players to go head-to-head in 5v5 battles similar to those found in MOBAs like League of Legends or Dota 2. While Pokemon Unite is a good amount more casual than either of those games, picking the right Pokemon for the job is still an important thing to consider. You'll need to purchase Pokemon with various forms of in-game currency before you can use them in battle, but Pokemon Unite does start you off with some freebies. Until August 31st, one of those freebies is the mythical Pokemon Zeraora.

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Nintendo dashes Switch Pro hopes

Nintendo dashes Switch Pro hopes

Earlier this month, Nintendo revealed the Switch OLED, a new Switch model that comes with a few noteworthy upgrades but nothing too significant. There were many Switch fans out there who were expecting something more out of a new Switch model, as rumors of a so-called Switch Pro with improved capabilities have been circulating for years. However, the Switch OLED definitely isn't the Switch Pro, and now it looks like the Switch Pro isn't on the docket at all.

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Nintendo denies profit margin increase for OLED Switch

Nintendo denies profit margin increase for OLED Switch

Nintendo is taking Twitter to deny a report that was published last week that claims its profit margin will increase on the Nintendo Switch featuring an OLED screen. The report claimed that Nintendo was increasing the profit margin of the new model, and Nintendo said it wanted to "ensure correct understanding" for its investors and customers that the claim was incorrect.

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Pokemon Unite finally gets a Nintendo Switch release date

Pokemon Unite finally gets a Nintendo Switch release date

We last checked in with Pokemon Unite in June, when The Pokemon Company revealed that the game would be releasing sometime this summer. Failing to get any more specific than that, we were left waiting for a precise release date. However, that's exactly what we got today, as The Pokemon Company finally announced the release date for Pokemon Unite. As it turns out, the game is right around the corner.

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Blizzard reveals the big Diablo II Resurrected changes after feedback from players

Blizzard reveals the big Diablo II Resurrected changes after feedback from players

We're quickly closing in on the release date for Diablo II Resurrected, but before the game arrives in September, Blizzard has shared the big changes it's making to it based on player feedback. Blizzard collected this feedback during the technical alpha that took place back in April, so if you played through that and submitted ideas to Blizzard afterward, you might want to check the list to see if your feedback prompted some change.

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NBA 2K22 revealed: All the editions and cover athletes

NBA 2K22 revealed: All the editions and cover athletes

2K Games today announced NBA 2K22, the next installment of the long-running sports franchise. Today's announcement mostly centered around the NBA players that will grace the covers of NBA 2K22's various editions, with more details about the actual game to follow later. For the first time this year, a WNBA player will be on one of the covers of NBA 2K22, but sadly, that edition will see only limited availability.

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YouTuber fixes Switch Joy-Con drift issues with paper

YouTuber fixes Switch Joy-Con drift issues with paper

Any Nintendo Switch fans who have controllers suffering from the dreaded drift issue know how frustrating the problem is. The Joy-Con drift issue happens when characters on-screen move even when no pressure is applied to the analog joystick. The drift issue can make some games virtually impossible to play.

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Nintendo Switch OLED vs Nintendo Switch: Upgrade or pass

Nintendo Switch OLED vs Nintendo Switch: Upgrade or pass

The tech community was expecting a Pro version of the Nintendo Switch but on July 6 an OLED model was announced as the fourth major release of the handheld console. Called Nintendo Switch (OLED model), the new version of Nintendo handheld game console is a bit of a subjective choice depending on whether you already own the Switch or you’re a first-time user of a handheld console.

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Nintendo Switch OLED VS Lite VS original: Buy by the screen

Nintendo Switch OLED VS Lite VS original: Buy by the screen

In the battle of values between the various Nintendo Switch models today, your focus will likely start with display size. The Lite has a 5.5-inch LCD, the original has a 6.2-inch LCD, and the OLED model has a 7-inch OLED panel. This larger model also comes with an improved kickstand, higher base storage, and it'll cost you a little bit more money.

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Switch OLED should be the new standard

Switch OLED should be the new standard

Earlier this week, Nintendo announced the Switch OLED, and it's safe to say that it's not what people were expecting. After years of rumors, most people were expecting Nintendo to announce the Switch Pro, a souped-up Switch with a more powerful CPU that could play games better than the standard Switch. Even though some of its upgrades might sound good, the Switch OLED is decidedly not that Switch.

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Sonic Colors: Ultimate trailer shows a bunch of big changes

Sonic Colors: Ultimate trailer shows a bunch of big changes

While the 3D Sonic games throughout the years have been very hit-or-miss, Sonic Colors for the Wii was one of the better-received titles in the series, making it a good candidate for a modern update. That's exactly what it's getting later this year in Sonic Colors: Ultimate, which is being released for Sonic the Hedgehog's 30th anniversary. Sega has released a new trailer for Sonic Colors: Ultimate in which the company shows us what's new in this enhanced version.

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD trailer takes us back to the beginning

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD trailer takes us back to the beginning

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is right around the corner, and Nintendo today delivered yet another new trailer for the game. The company has released a series of trailers for Skyward Sword HD that cover a number of different topics - the first was an overview trailer that introduced us to the world of Skyward Sword, while the second showed us the quality of life changes that will be present in the game. This new trailer offers more standard fare, showing off some gameplay and setting the stage for the game.

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