Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!: A Whole New Way to GO!

The official Pokémon YouTube channel has updated with a new trailer for Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!  The latest trailer features a look at the three Legendary Birds and the Go Parks. By accessing the Go Parks, players will be able to import their Pokémon from the Pokémon GO app and also play mini-games to obtain candies, which can be used to power up Pokémon. It also been revealed that players will be able to fight the Legendary Birds in order to weaken them to help them catch them easier. Seeing as normal wild Pokémon battles in the game only…

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September 2018 Nintendo Direct Streamed

Nintendo has recently streamed a new Nintendo Direct, which features a look at some of the upcoming 2018 and 2019 game releases. Some of the highlights of the direct can be viewed in the notes below. First, the direct revealed Luigi’s Mansion 3. The trailer featured a look at some of the gameplay, however not much is known about this title at this time. The game will be launching for the Nintendo Switch in 2019. Next, the direct took a look at some upcoming games for the Nintendo 3DS. The first title revealed is a new version…

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Personalize Your Adventure in Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Trailer Streamed

The official Pokémon Youtube channel has updated with a new trailer for Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!  The latest trailer features at the new “secret techniques,” which will be used outside of battles. The trailer also takes a look at Celadon City as well as taking a short preview of the gym battle with Erika. Also featured in the trailer is a look at the the new special “partner” powers, which will be used for battles. Lastly, the trailer showcases the new exclusive moves for either your main partners. Pikachu…

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Release Date Announced

Nintendo of America has updated their official Twitter page with the release date announcement for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. For those who are not aware, the game was first revealed at Pax West 2017. The game will be released exclusively worldwide for the Nintendo Switch on January 18, 2019.   Get ready to wander into the game world and embark on a rampage of epic proportions when #TravisStrikesAgain: #NoMoreHeroes launches exclusively on #NintendoSwitch on Jan. 18! pic.twitter.com/O8L08zzJOJ — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) August 31, 2018 The first title in the series was released for…

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Official LEGO DC Super-Villains Story Trailer Streamed

Lego has updated their official Youtube channel with the story trailer for the DC Super-Villains video game. The trailer features a deeper look at the premise for the game. Darkseid has invaded the planet and the Justice League is missing, it’s up to you and your fellow super-villains to stop him and ̷s̷a̷v̷e̷ rule the world. Those who pre-order the Deluxe Edition of the game will also gain access to the DC Super-Villains: TV Series DLC Character Pack, as well as the season pass. The Deluxe Physical Edition will also include an exclusive Lex Luthor Superman minifigure and those…

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Daemon X Machina – Gamescom 2018 Teaser Trailer Streamed

IGN has updated their official Youtube channel with the Gamescon 2018 trailer for Daemon X Machina. For those are not aware, the game is a new Nintendo IP, which was first revealed at E3 2018.   The latest trailer features another look at some of the gameplay as well as taking a sneak peak at the avatar customization. The confirmed development team for the game consists of: Ken Awata, Ken Karube: Director Kenichiro Tsukuda: Producer Shoji Kawamori: Mechanical Concept Design Yusuke Kozaki: Character Design Junichi Nakatsuru, Rio Hamamoto: Music Daemon X Machina will be released exclusively for…

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My Hero One’s Justice Character Trailer Streamed

Bandai Namco Entertainment recently updated their official Youtube channel with new trailers for the My Hero One’s Justice video game. The first trailer features a look at all 20 playable base characters, while the second trailer focus on All Might and All For One.  The base playable roster for the game includes: Izuku Midoriya Katsuki Bakugō All Might Tomura Shigaraki Ochaco Uraraka Tenya Iida Shōto Todoroki Momo Yaoyorozu Denki Kaminari Tsuyu Asui Stain Shōta Aizawa Fumikage Tokoyami Kyōka Jirō Eijirō Kirishima Himiko Toga Dabi Gran Torino Muscular All For One Those who pre-order the game will…

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Grandia & Grandia II HD Nintendo Switch Release Announced

IGN has reported that game publisher, GungHo, has announced that Grandia and Grandia II will be receiving HD remastered versions for the Nintendo Switch.   Long time RPG fans should recognize both titles, however for those who are not aware, both Grandia games were beloved RPG classics. The first game was first released in Japan for the Sega Saturn in 1997 and for the original Playstation in 1999.  The game was released in North America by Sony Computer Entertainment later that same year and was published by Ubi Soft in Europe in 2000.   The sequel was released…

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My Hero Academia: One’s Justice Game Previews Streamed

The official V Jump magazine YouTube channel has updated with new game previews for the My Hero Academia: One’s Justice video game. The previews feature a look at the Story Mode, Mission Mode, Character Customization, and the Free Battle game modes. My Hero One’s Justice will be released on the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC in North America/ Europe on Friday, October 26. The game will also launch for the Playstation 4 and PC in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia later this year. Those who pre-order the game will also receive Number #2 Hero…

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