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Pokemon GO is introducing another new way of dealing with cheaters. Those who use “third-party services that circumvent normal gameplay” will see a certain mark in their inventory. It also looks like Pokemon “may not behave as expected.”

Here’s the full statement from Niantic:

“With the announcement of Raid Battles and the new battle features, we are staying true on our commitment to ensuring that Pokémon GO continues to be a fun and fair experience for all Trainers. Starting today, Pokémon caught using third-party services that circumvent normal gameplay will appear marked with a slash in the inventory and may not behave as expected. We are humbled by the excitement for all the new features we announced yesterday. This is one small part of our continued commitment to maintaining the integrity of our community and delivering an amazing Pokémon GO experience.”

Beyond the statement above, no further specifics have been shared. However, this may include “mappers” that tell players where rare Pokemon will spawn, spoofing, or bots.

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Update 1.5.0 is coming to Fire Emblem Heroes next month. Due to this, the game will be undergoing maintenance next week to prepare for the newest update. You can check out the exact times and dates below to know when the maintenance is happening around your time:

  • North America (PST): June 26th (4PM – 6PM)
  • North America (EST): June 26th (7PM – 9PM)
  • UK: June 27th (12AM – 2AM)
  • Europe: June 27th (1AM – 3AM)
  • Japan: June 27th (8AM – 10AM)

At this moment, we don’t know what will be in this update but we will bring you more information on it when more details come out.

The newest update to Pokemon Duel is now available. The update includes balancing changes to some of the figures which you can check out the changes here.

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Miitomo has been updated with new content. Players can nab the latest items in the Miitomo Drop stage, “A treat for your closet! Candy Clad #2”.

Available items include:

– Double-scoop ice cream tee
– Fork + Spoon
– Shortcake prince
– Chef’s outfit (apron)

Users can select Miitomo Drop stages from the Shop tab. Miitomo coins or game tickets are needed to play.

Once again, Pokemon Duel is getting a balance tomorrow that’ll bring some changes to a couple of figures. Here’s what’s changing:

Raikou:

  • Changed the effect of Nonstop
  • Added an effect to Thunderous Blow
  • Changed one Bite to Thunder 110 and increased its wheel piece size
  • Increased the wheel piece size of the other Bite
  • Decreased the miss wheel size for Bite.

Garchomp:

  • Changed the effect of Double Flight
  • Increased Dragon Rush’s power from 90 to 100 and increased its wheel piece size
  • Changed Dragon Claw to the new Fire Fang attack
  • Decreased Fire Fang’s miss wheel size

Zygarde:

  • Added new ability: Land’s Call
  • Increased Dragon Breath’s power from 100 to 110

Steelix

  • Changed Crunch 70 to the new Gyro Ball 100 attack and decreased its wheel piece size
  • Changed Explosion to the new Pull In attack, and decreased its wheel piece size
  • Changed Screech to Dig
  • Decreased Iron Tail’s power from 90 to 70

Voltorb

  • Changed Spark to Shock Blast 30
  • Increased wheel size for Explosion
  • Decreased wheel size for Tackle

Plusle

  • Changed the effect of Plus
  • Changed Spark 20 to Nuzzle 30
  • Changed Tackle 30 to Spark 20 and increased its wheel piece size
  • Decreased Spark’s miss wheel size

Minun

  • Changed the effect of Minus
  • Changed Tackle to Nuzzle

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We’ve got two pieces of Fire Emblem Heroes news for you today. First up, five orbs are being sent out as a token of apology to all players for the glitch in the Legion Grand Hero Battle that couldn’t be fixed.

Also, a series of new Arena quests are now live; they will also be available for the next two Arena seasons. The quests require you to win Arena matches at any difficulty to receive rewards.

Niantic has pulled back the curtain on a substantial update coming soon to Pokemon GO. When it’s released, players will have access to number of new features.

Pokemon GO is seeing “a major facelift” to Gyms, such as spinning the Photo Disc at Gyms to obtain items similar to PokeStops. Gyms will also now feature “six permanent slots that can be filled by the controlling team’s Pokemon.” A motivation system is being added as well “that will significantly change how you interact with Gyms.”

Also new in the update are Gym Badges, a Raid Battle feature in which Trainers work together to take down a powerful Raid Boss, and new items.

Full details about the update are below along with screenshots.

The biggest update to Pokémon GO is nearly here! Very soon, Trainers around the world will be able to participate in a revamped Gym gameplay experience, including the opportunity to join together with others to battle against powerful Pokémon in the new Raid Battle feature!

New Gym Features and Updates: Starting soon, Gyms are undergoing a major facelift. You’ll soon be able to spin the Photo Disc at Gyms to acquire items just as you do at PokéStops—but that’s only the beginning. More updates to Gym battles are also just around the corner. Gyms are no longer based on Prestige and training. Instead, they now feature six permanent slots that can be filled by the controlling team’s Pokémon. Each Pokémon assigned to these slots must be unique. For example, only one Blissey can be assigned to a Gym at a time. In addition, opposing teams will battle the Pokémon in the order they were assigned to the Gym.

At the heart of the update is a new motivation system that will significantly change how you interact with Gyms. When a Pokémon is assigned to a Gym, a motivation meter will be displayed. Pokémon assigned to defend a Gym lose motivation over time and as they are defeated in battle. As a Pokémon loses motivation, its CP will temporarily decrease, making it easier for opposing teams to defeat. To help keep the Pokémon motivated and in tip-top shape for their next battle, Trainers can treat their team’s Pokémon to some Berries, which restore their motivation. If a Pokémon loses all motivation, it will leave the Gym and return to its Trainer the next time it loses a battle, so you’ll want to keep your team’s Pokémon motivated by giving them Berries frequently!

Nintendo will be promoting Switch in a big way at Kansai International Airport. On Friday, Nintendo will have a special area where visitors can try out Switch, 3DS, and mobile games. A Mario statue will also be on hand where people can take pictures. If that wasn’t enough, Mario advertising and images will be plastered throughout the airport.

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Miitomo has been updated with more content. Users will find returning stages with more items.

“Dress to impurress! Cat style” is the returning theme. The stages provide the following:

– Tiny kitty cap
– Cat-ear headband
– Striped kitty muffler
– Cat-faced stockings
– Cat hood w/ muffler
– Cat-paw dress shirt
– Hoodie w/ wraparound kitty
– Shorts w/ calico-cat print
– Cat companion
– Silly-kitty sweater
– Kitty miniskirt
– Cat-faced pumps

The returning stage will be available until June 20 at 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET.

Fire Emblem Heroes was updated once again today with some new content. Check out some footage for Legion Grand Hero Battle below.

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