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Following its recent reveal in Famitsu, Gal Metal is being properly shown at the Tokyo Game Show this week. Famitsu has a report on the game, including fresh details.

Here’s the latest information:

Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver are the newest releases on the 3DS Virtual Console. However, the third game in the series has been left out. Currently no announcements have been made about bringing Pokemon Crystal to the Virtual Console. Interestingly though, one dataminer says he’s found code that could point to Crystal launching eventually.

Apparently, data was found within a patch in the ROM fileworks for Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver on 3DS. This is the same person who initially leaked the existence of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions, which was eventually announced at E3 earlier in the year.

Maybe Pokemon Crystal will be distributed further down the road? Only time will tell.

Thanks to Roadymike for the tip.

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Update: Pokemon Gold footage added.

Original: Pokemon Silver (along with Pokemon Gold) is finally here on the Virtual Console. Take a look at some footage below.

With Apple releasing iOS 11, compatibility with apps can be a bit wonky. Pokemon GO is one such game affected.

Niantic has acknowledged issues with Pokemon GO Plus on iOS 11. Basically, it amounts to the accessory not registering a button press until after the LED indicator light has flashed three times.

Niantic says it is exploring the situation. When a fix has been issued, we’ll let you know.


During Rive’s early days of development, Two Tribes intended to bring the game to Wii U. Nintendo even featured the game as part of its [email protected] program at E3 a few years ago, allowing system owners to download a demo. Unfortunately, the Wii U version never materialized due to technical issues.

Rive may have missed out on Wii U, but it is coming to Switch. Two Tribes is wrapping up this version of the game and has shared some technical details. Rive will officially run at a 1080p resolution (720p in portable mode) and 60 frames per second. Two Tribes’ Collin van Ginkel also says it’s smoother than the PS4 version.

It’s kind of surreal seeing the game run so smoothly on such a humble device. It was never intended as a portable game, but it’s a perfect fit for it!

We’ve spent a few months really digging into what makes the Switch hardware tick and it now runs smoother than the PlayStation 4 version, with less noticeable save points for instance.


Mashable recently spoke with Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo of America. As part of the conversation, the site asked why Nintendo doesn’t run its business based on the suggestions from passionate fans.

Reggie said the following on that front:

Thimbleweed Park Switch footage

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Thimbleweed Park has launched on Switch, and can now be purchased on the eShop. Get a look at some footage below.

Tumblestone is making its way to Switch, according to a listing on the eShop. It’s scheduled for October 5 in North America and Europe. The game will carry a price point of $14.99 / £11.99.

Here’s a trailer:

Tumblestone was well regarded, but didn’t receive a ton of attention on Wii U. Hopefully the Switch release gives it a proper second chance on Nintendo consoles.

Microids previously confirmed that Gear.Club Unlimited will be sold physically. But in the United States at least, its distribution will be limited to one retailer. GameStop added a page to its site today, claiming that it will be selling Gear.Club Unlimited exclusively.

We do also know that Gear.Club Unlimited will be offered on the eShop like all physical titles. We’ve also not heard about any exclusivity in Europe.

Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver are arriving on the 3DS Virtual Console tomorrow. In Japan, however, both are already available.

These games are pretty much identical to their original versions. Serebii does have some information about one change in the Japanese version though. Jynx’s sprite has been altered to match the international releases similar to Pokemon Yellow. Jynx’s face was originally colored black many years ago, but was changed to purple following some controversy.


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