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Gym Pokemon GO update tipped with a Fighting Type event

Gym Pokemon GO update tipped with a Fighting Type event

In addition to news of Custom Pokestops popping up for users around the Pokemon GO universe, word of a new Fighting Type event has surfaced. The first bit of information comes from Niantic right up out in the open. According to the Niantic Help Twitter account, there can be little doubt that a submission system for Pokestops is in the mix for the near future. We promise not to try to make the rock pile behind our house a Pokestop - fingers crossed!

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The next Pokemon GO event tipped X2 [Promo Codes Update]

The next Pokemon GO event tipped X2 [Promo Codes Update]

As the Pokemon GO Rock Event winds down, the next event begins to brew. Information on the next event in Pokemon GO has been tipped to us as a companion for the Gym overhaul. This fabled overhaul of the Pokemon Gym system is just about upon us, and with it will come an event that's quite similar to the one we're in the middle of right this minute.

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Owlboy is coming to Nintendo Switch

Owlboy is coming to Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch already has a few great indie games thanks to ports of Minecraft and The Binding of Isaac, but it's about to get one more. Nintendo has revealed that indie gem Owlboy will come to its newest console, though it did so without a lot of fanfare. You'd think that Nintendo would want to shout about Owlboy, which was one of 2016's best indie games, from the rooftops.

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Pokemon GO Event update: Rock Start Time, Adventure Week News and Guide

Pokemon GO Event update: Rock Start Time, Adventure Week News and Guide

Today begins the 7-day event in Pokemon GO called Adventure Week, so called because of its celebratory attitude. It's also a sort of undercover Indiana Jones party - which you'll find out more about in just a moment. But what you came here to see is when the event begins, for starters. Slap a bike helmet on and get prepared to roll for candy because this event begins this afternoon.

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Nintendo unloads more juicy ARMS tidbits for the Switch

Nintendo unloads more juicy ARMS tidbits for the Switch

As promised, Nintendo just held a Direct livestream divulging more details about ARMS ahead of its launch on the Nintendo Switch this Spring. In addition to a more concrete launch date next month, the stream was packed with too much information that could fit in the short stream. Whetting Splatoon fans' appetites, Nintendo unleashes more information about ARMS' weapons, playing modes, and characters. Whetting Splatoon fans' appetites even more, Nintendo shared a short trailer for the upcoming Splatoon 2 as well.

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Pokemon GO Update: This Rock Event News’ implications

Pokemon GO Update: This Rock Event News’ implications

News of the Pokemon GO Rock Event suggests that Promo Codes are right around the corner - and that Adventure Week is about to begin. Today we're going to make the event and preparation for the event easy for all users to digest. This event begins on Thursday in the afternoon - starting at 1PM Pacific Time, which is also noon 2PM Mountain Time, 3PM Central Time, and 4PM Eastern Time. If you live somewhere else in the world, you're on your own!

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Go-tcha Review for Pokemon GO [Auto Update Auto-Catch Time!]

Go-tcha Review for Pokemon GO [Auto Update Auto-Catch Time!]

Over the past couple of weeks I've been using a Go-tcha Wristband for Pokemon GO. This Pokemon GO Gotcha (or however you want to write it) is essentially a Pokemon GO Plus with its button held down. It comes from the folks at Codejunkies, a group who specialize in the sort of devices that are akin to a modern-day Nintendo Game Genie. Cheaters without cheating, winning games because they're very good at backwards engineering.

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Nintendo announces ARMS-focused Direct broadcast

Nintendo announces ARMS-focused Direct broadcast

Nintendo has announced the time and date of its next Direct broadcast, which will focus almost entirely upon ARMS. Offering an interesting take on the fighting genre, ARMS is one of the first new IPs Nintendo is releasing for the Switch. So far, a fair amount about it has been kept under wraps, but hopefully that all changes with this Direct live stream.

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Nintendo Switch in stock at Toys R Us nationwide this week

Nintendo Switch in stock at Toys R Us nationwide this week

Get ready to line up, because Toys R Us has announced that it will be getting in more Nintendo Switch stock later this week. The console is still ridiculously hard to find, even though we're now more than two months out from launch. As always, we probably can't expect this stock to last very long, so if you want one, you shouldn't wait long once that restock hits.

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Pokemon GO Adventure Week Event: everything you need to know

Pokemon GO Adventure Week Event: everything you need to know

The next in-game celebration event for Pokemon GO is about to go down - starting this week. Details on the event have been shared this morning for the event that'll take place starting on May 18th, 2017 - that's this Thursday - and will go on until the 25th of May. This event will focus on Rock Type Pokemon from the start and will be called "Adventure Week" - which of course means we'll be collecting so many Geodudes that we'll have rocks in our pockets for real. Or, you know, the more rare Pokemon of the Rock variety, like Omanyte and Kabuto.

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Latest Pokemon GO update helps Unown catch process [and how!]

Latest Pokemon GO update helps Unown catch process [and how!]

Before today, catching Unown in Pokemon GO was one of the most impossible tasks in the game - not least of all because of the scale of the breed. This Pokemon is not only rarer than any other - it comes in an entire alphabet of different versions. Letters A through Z are included with the Pokemon in the game today - which makes getting the hidden medal for this elusive monster more difficult than any other.

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Hyperkin Retron 1 HD wants to fill the void left by NES Classic Edition

Hyperkin Retron 1 HD wants to fill the void left by NES Classic Edition

Now that we're well into May, your chances of finding an NES Classic Edition at retail price are pretty much zero. While that's likely frustrating to a lot of folks, Hyperkin is looking to fill the space left by the discontinuation of the NES Classic Edition. The company has revealed its new Retron 1 HD, giving classic gaming fans another way to play NES games on their HDTVs.

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