Pokemon Go Trading Update

Trading is coming soon to Pokémon Go

By on July 11, 2016 at 10:59 AM.

Trading is coming soon to Pokémon Go

To call Pokémon Go a hit would be the understatement of the year, but despite its popularity, the app is surprisingly bare bones. You can visit Poké Stops, battle at gyms and, of course, catch Pokémon. That’s pretty much it.

You can’t add friends, you can’t interact with your Pokémon once you’ve caught them and, worst of all, you can’t even trade your Pokémon — an important part of the Game Boy, GBA and Nintendo DS Pokémon games. Thankfully, we might not have to wait much longer for the developers to add that last feature.

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Pokémon Go Most Wanted Features

Pokémon Go wishlist: 6 features that we want to see added to the game

By on July 11, 2016 at 10:09 AM.

Pokémon Go wishlist: 6 features that we want to see added to the game

Pokémon Go is a mobile phenomenon at the moment, but I have a sneaking suspicion that everyone’s going to be bored of it by this time next month. It’s just not built to stand the test of time, with so few things to keep players coming back, or even to keep them engaged in the first place.

I’m here to provide Niantic Labs with some friendly suggestions that might give Pokémon Go the lasting power that it desperately needs. More →

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Pokemon Go Guide

Pokémon Go guide: Everything you need to know to get started

By on July 8, 2016 at 11:15 AM.

Pokémon Go guide: Everything you need to know to get started

If you own a smartphone, chances are good that you’ve either downloaded or thought about downloading Pokémon Go this week. Unsurprisingly, the app that turns everyone into a real-life Pokémon trainer has become a bona-fide hit just days after launching, but despite its obvious appeal, Pokémon Go can be frustratingly obtuse when it comes to explaining the rules.

In order to help you navigate the wild world of Pokémon hunting, we’ve put together a guide to walk you through the first steps of your journey as you work your way up to becoming the ultimate Pokémon master.

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Pokemon Go iOS Android Download

How to download Pokémon Go on iOS and Android for free right now

By on July 6, 2016 at 10:11 AM.

How to download Pokémon Go on iOS and Android for free right now

UPDATE: Pokémon Go is now available in the US on iOS and Android!

UPDATE 2: Check out our quick start guide to hit the ground running when you download Pokémon Go.

UPDATE 3: Pokémon Go is the biggest app in the world, but it’s not perfect. Here’s a list of features we want to see added to the game in future updates.

Ever since it was announced last year, Pokémon Go has been one of the most highly anticipated upcoming mobile app releases. It has been in beta testing for the past few months, but late on Tuesday night, the app finally began rolling out on the App Store and Google Play in select countries, including Australia and New Zealand.

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Pokemon Looks Like Donald Trump

One of the new Pokemon looks frighteningly similar to Donald Trump

By on June 16, 2016 at 8:41 AM.

One of the new Pokemon looks frighteningly similar to Donald Trump

Although The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wind was Nintendo’s focus at E3 2016 this year, it wasn’t the only game featured on the company’s two-day live stream. Rather, Nintendo kicked things off with an in-depth look at Pokemon Sun and Moon, the two newest entries in the popular portable franchise.

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Nintendo E3 2016 Live Stream

Watch Nintendo’s E3 2016 live stream, featuring ‘The Legend of Zelda’ and ‘Pokemon’

By on June 14, 2016 at 11:40 AM.

Watch Nintendo’s E3 2016 live stream, featuring ‘The Legend of Zelda’ and ‘Pokemon’

The traditional press conferences are over, but Nintendo still has something interesting in store for E3 2016. As we explained last month, Nintendo will forego both a stage presentation and a Nintendo Direct live stream in favor of a more laid-back stream from the Nintendo Treehouse team, featuring some of the company’s biggest upcoming games on Wii U and 3DS. More →

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E3 2016 Press Conference Schedule

A guide to E3 2016 announcements: Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and more

By on June 10, 2016 at 10:55 AM.

A guide to E3 2016 announcements: Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and more

After all of the leaks, announcements and live streams that took place this week, it’s hard to imagine that the video game studios have anything left for E3 2016.

I kid, of course, because starting this Sunday, gamers around the world are going to sit down in front of their TVs and computers in order to watch press conferences from Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, EA, Bethesda and more.

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Nintendo NX Delay

Nintendo NX reportedly delayed to 2017 to add VR functionality

By on June 2, 2016 at 2:30 PM.

Nintendo NX reportedly delayed to 2017 to add VR functionality

Two months ago, Nintendo confirmed that its next-gen NX console would release in March 2017. This came as a shock to some gamers, as all signs were pointing to Nintendo revealing the console at E3 in June and launching it sometime this fall. But according to a new DigiTimes report, Nintendo still has plenty of work to do before it can think about bringing the console to market.

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Nintendo Fire Emblem Animal Crossing Mobile Games

Nintendo’s ‘Fire Emblem’ and ‘Animal Crossing’ mobile games will both be free

By on May 11, 2016 at 9:15 PM.

Nintendo’s ‘Fire Emblem’ and ‘Animal Crossing’ mobile games will both be free

Late last month, Nintendo revealed that its next two mobile games would be based on the popular Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem franchises, but no specific release dates were announced. We still don’t know exactly when we’ll see the apps, but Nintendo does have some news regarding the games this week: both will be free-to-play with in-app purchases. More →

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Nintendo E3 2016 Schedule

Nintendo’s E3 2016 plans have been revealed – here’s everything you need to know

By on May 5, 2016 at 1:55 PM.

Nintendo’s E3 2016 plans have been revealed – here’s everything you need to know

Last week, Nintendo dropped a bombshell when it announced that it would only bring one playable game to E3 2016. In previous years, Nintendo has had dozens of demo stations for upcoming 3DS and Wii U games, but this year, The Legend of Zelda for Wii U will be the only Nintendo game on the show floor.

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Vans Nintendo Collection

Nintendo and Vans teamed up to make the video game shoes of your dreams

By on May 4, 2016 at 7:45 PM.

Nintendo and Vans teamed up to make the video game shoes of your dreams

Some things just go well together. Peanut butter and chocolate, the internet and hateful comments from anonymous strangers, Nintendo and hip shoes… wait, what was that one about Nintendo?

According to shoe blog Sole Collector, German shoe retailer 43einhalb has let slip that Vans and Nintendo will be collaborating this summer for a line of Nintendo-themed sneakers featuring some of the company’s famous characters.

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Nintendo NX Release Date

Nintendo announces new iPhone and Android games, NX console launches in March

By on April 27, 2016 at 7:56 AM.

Nintendo announces new iPhone and Android games, NX console launches in March

Nintendo’s Wii U console has been nothing short of an absolute disaster. The company was revitalized by the original Wii, which completely revolutionized console gaming and extended its reach beyond “gamers” by offering an experience that appealed to a much wider range of users. Unfortunately, lightning didn’t strike twice and Nintendo’s followup with the Wii U has been a total mess. Quality games have been few and far between, and the Wii U did nothing to enhance the user experience.

So now, Nintendo is trying to look ahead. Following yet another bleak earnings report on Wednesday morning, the company made two key announcements — one concerning its next-generation home video game console currently known as “NX,” and a second regarding upcoming new iPhone and Android games. More →

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