More screenshots of the new Pokemon GO update
Niantic has issued more screenshots from the new Pokemon GO update, this time in Japanese. The images show some of the Pokemon added to the game, evolution process, and customization for trainers. Find the full set below.
Urban Trial Freestyle 2 first details, debut trailer
Urban Trial Freestyle was a success for Tate Multimedia having sold over one million companies. Now the company is back with a sequel: Urban Trial Freestyle 2.
Much like its predecessor, you’ll once again be flipping and tumbling over dozens of obstacles with motorbikes while heading to the goal. The Skate Park, Highway, Urban Parkour, Industrial, and the Suburbs are among the locations you’ll explore.
Urban Trial Freestyle 2 packs in twice the amount of levels at 80 along with Stunt and Time Attack modes. A track editor is also included so that players can create their own levels and share them online. Speaking of online, it’s possible to challenge friends in the competitive timed mode.
Customization plays a role in Urban Trial Freestyle 2. Tate Multimedia is packing in customizable elements for each motorbike. New player outfits are also supported.
Urban Trial Freestyle 2 hits the 3DS eShop in Q1. View the first trailer below.
Source: Tate Multimedia PR
Second chapter of CoroCoro’s free Splatoon manga available online
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In February of last year, CoroCoro published a special Splatoon manga chapter for free online to celebrate the release of the regular Splatoon manga that started running in Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic around that time. Now, a year later, a second chapter of the manga is available for free online. You can read it here – in Japanese, naturally.
Video: Hacked NES Classic playing Nintendo 64 games
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Shortly after its release last year, people started tinkering with the NES Classic to see what else it could be besides play the 30 pre-installed games. Last month, intrepid hackers managed to get additional 30 NES games to run on the machine. Now, some hackers managed to take it quite a bit farther.
As the video below shows, the NES Classic is apparently capable of running Nintendo 64 games. The actual performance varies greatly from game to game, but it’s a pretty impressive feat nonetheless.
11 new figures added to Pokemon Duel with latest update
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Pokemon Duel has been updated to version 3.0.2 with a patch released today. Alongside various bug fixes and balance changes, 11 new figures were also added to the game – specifically, EX figures Deoxys Attack Forme, Deoxys Defense Forme and Deoxys Speed Forme, Rare figures Reuniclus, Gothitelle and Ralts and UC figures Gothorita, Duosion, Vibrava, Hoothoot and Purrloin.
Switch ad in Japan highlights local multiplayer
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Another Switch ad has popped up in Japan, this time showing the local multiplayer. The ad shows several people, each with their own Switch, playing Splatoon 2. Thanks to eigotaku for the pic!
Another round of Mario Sports Superstars footage
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If the various Mario Sports Superstars videos that popped up yesterday wasn’t enough, ntower has another 17 minutes of gameplay. You can view their video below for even more footage.
Pokemon GO – Pokemon Storage upgrades will require 50% fewer PokeCoins starting later today
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A special promotion will be kicking off very shortly in Pokemon GO. Beginning this afternoon, Pokemon Storage upgrades will require 50% fewer PokeCoins. It’ll last until February 28.
The promotion ties into a big update for Pokemon GO. Sometime this week, over 80 new Pokemon will be added along with a few features.
World of Goo will support local multiplayer on Switch
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Tomorrow Corporation has slowly been rolling out information about its three re-releases on Switch. World of Goo, Little Inferno, and Human Resource Machine are all targeted for the system’s launch.
In a soon-to-be-published interview with Nintendo Everything, Tomorrow Corporation also confirmed that World of Goo will support local multiplayer. That’s thanks to the various play and control options that Switch affords. We were additionally told that the co-op feature is being investigated for the company’s other games.
When World of Goo originally came to Wii, up to four players were able to interact with the game using Wii Remotes. The controllers were used to point and move around different gooballs on the screen. It should play somewhat similarly on Switch, though we may have to wait a bit longer for the finer details.
Pre-orders open for Serena with Fennekin figure
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We last heard about Kotobukiya’s Serena with Fennekin figure in July from WonderCon. It’s now set for a July release, and pre-orders have opened.
Kotobukiya’s new figure is 1/8 scale and is a part of the Pokemon Figure Series. A closer look is in the video below.