Niantic outlines big changes coming to Pokemon GO’s Raid Battles
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One common complaint Pokemon GO players have expressed concerns Raid Battles. In response, Niantic is making sweeping changes across the board. Both EX Raid Battles and standard Raid Battles are being improved.
Niantic went in-depth today explaining how Raid Battles are changing. Read the full overview below, along with specific comments from the development team.
Gear.Club Unlimited has a day-one update
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Microids and Eden Games brought Gear.Club Unlimited to Switch today. If you’ve purchased the game, you should be aware of a day-one update.
The patch has the addition of the pre-order DLC 370Z Nismo and Camaro 50th anniversary. Some minor bug fixes have also been implemented. Finally, at the end of the race during replay, the wheel doesn’t turn anymore.
Japanese 3DS themes (11/22/17)
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A couple of new 3DS themes are out now in Japan. Here’s the lineup:
Beyblade Burst God – 200 yen
Crayon Shin-Chan Gekiatsu! Oden wa Rudo Dai Konran!! – 200 yen
Japanese Kirby Battle Royale commercials
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Nintendo has uploaded a pair of commercials for Kirby Battle Royale. View the two adverts below.
Upcoming Japanese eShop releases (11/30/17)
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A few new digital titles are coming to the Japanese eShop during the week of November 23. Here’s a look at the upcoming digital download schedule:
Fire Emblem Heroes – Tempest Trials: Less Than Heroic footage
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Fire Emblem Heroes started the new Tempest Trials: Less Than Heroic event earlier today. We have some footage below.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp the most downloaded iOS app in eight countries, top ten grossing game in Japan
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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp made its proper debut around the world today. After just a few hours on iOS and Android, the game seems to be doing pretty well so far.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is already the most-downloaded iPhone app on the US App Store in just seven hours. It’s also among the top ten highest grossing iPhone apps on Japan’s App Store in the same amount of time. Aside from the United States, the game is the most downloaded iOS app in Japan, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, and Luxembourg. Furthermore, it’s in the top ten most downloaded apps in Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, and Singapore.
We also have a small update on spending. In Japan, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is already #10.
New Super Nintendo World details emerge
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GameXplain has uploaded a video providing a general overview of the new details that have come out for Super Nintendo World coming to Universal Studios Florida. In it, we find that the theme park will be 8.8 acres in size, and is planned to be built behind Simpsons Land.
It has been confirmed there will be a Donkey Kong section in addition to a Mario Kart section, with the former taking up 4.7 acres, and the latter 1.76 acres, leaving 2.4 acres left for the rest of Super Nintendo World. There may also be plans to build more Nintendo-themed attractions in the future.
It is estimated to take three years to build.
Unepic Switch footage
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New Unepic footage is in showing the upcoming Switch version. Check out the gameplay below:
GameStop reports Nintendo Switch led to boost in revenue for Q3 2017
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In a press release from earlier today, GameStop reported on their third quarter 2017 results. The Nintendo Switch was highlighted as a key contributing factor to the overall growth for the company.
GameStop’s interim chief executive officer says, “Our third quarter sales results were driven by strong software demand and continued momentum for Nintendo Switch and collectibles.”
The press release also details that “New hardware sales increased 8.8%, led by demand for Nintendo Switch, and new software sales increased 5.4% driven by a strong title lineup.”