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Miitomo has been updated with more content. Users will find a new stage, along with some brand new items.

“A fashion sense to look up to! Style Safari (Giraffe)” is the new stage. It includes the following:

– Cosmic giraffe tee
– Giraffe hat
– Giraffe top (set)
– Giraffe skirt (set)

And as far as the new items go, you can nab the following:

– Simple sleeveless shirt
– Sleeveless high-neck top
– Multicolored striped skirt

New data provided by Sensor Tower offers new insight into the performance of Fire Emblem Heroes, which launched in February. The game seems to have done pretty well for itself so far.

Fire Emblem Heroes has been downloaded over ten million times worldwide across iOS and Android. The more interesting stat reveals that Nintendo has generated over $100 million from the game. $61.5 million is from iOS while another $53.4 million is from Android users.

Fire Emblem Heroes has been downloaded primarily by Japanese users, who make up 66 percent of the game’s userbase. The United States is next at 24 percent, followed by Canada at 6 percent.

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Pokemon GO players have waited a long time for the arrival of Legendary Pokemon in Pokemon GO. Today, Niantic finally confirmed that they’re on the way.

Legendary Eggs will begin to show up in Gyms as you go out in search of Pokemon and Raid Battles. If Trainers and their team defeat a Legendary Raid Boss, they’ll have the opportunity to catch a Legendary Pokemon. However, they can’t be left to defend Gyms.

The first event for Legendary Pokemon will be held on Saturday. If enough Pokemon are caught during the Pokemon GO Fest Challenge Windows, the first Legendary Pokemon will be unleashed in Grant Park. Then if Trainers defeat the Legendary Pokemon, it will begin to show up around the world following Pokemon GO Fest.

The official announcement about Legendary Pokemon in Pokemon GO is below, along with a trailer.

Update (7/20): The same patch made available on Android is now live on iOS.


Original (7/7): Another Magikarp Jump update is now live for players. The update is listed to have minor bug fixes on the app store, so not too much information listed outright as usual.

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A new summoning focus is now available in Fire Emblem Heroes. It’s called “Focus: Cavalry” and it features 5 star versions of Eldigan, Owlen, and Titania. There is also some new Special Quests related to the summoning focus which allows you to get some bonus Orbs and crystals.

The “Focus: Cavalry” summoning focus and quests will be available until August 5th.

Pokemon Duel received its latest content today in the form of the Bug Gym Cup. For a look at the cup, watch the video below.

Niantic will be hosting a huge event for Pokemon GO fans this weekend. On Saturday, players from around the world will be showing up at Chicago’s Grant Park for all sorts of festivities during Pokemon GO Fest.

The event is primarily a way for Pokemon GO users to play the game with others in the real world. Niantic may also distribute the first Legendary Pokemon, though that’s only speculation for the time being.

You’ll be able to watch Pokemon GO Fest live on Twitch. The event will run during the following times:

– 8 AM PT – 5 PM PT
– 11 AM ET – 8 PM ET
– 4 PM in the UK – 1 AM in the UK (Sunday)
– 5 PM in Europe – 2 PM in Europe (Sunday)

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Nintendo Switch Online was never going to be the most elegant voice chat option available. Without it being built into the console itself, the solution of chatting with others while playing games requires some effort. However, some sites like Eurogamer raise some concerns in particular.

Perhaps the most troublesome aspect here is that you’ll need to have your phone screen on to properly chat online. Without it, voice chat won’t remain connected. And that unfortunately means that it’ll eat up quite a bit of battery power on your phone.

Early footage is in showing SplatNet 2 with Splatoon 2, the app connectivity with Nintendo Switch Online. Have a look at the video below.

The Nintendo Switch Online app debuted a bit earlier than expected when it made a surprise appearance on the App Store and Google Play last night. At the time, however, you couldn’t do much.

The good news is that the Nintendo Switch Online app is now functional. The bad news is that you still can’t do much. Without a copy of Splatoon 2, it doesn’t offer any functionality. You should be able to use it come Friday – or if you receive a copy early.

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