Fire Emblem Heroes: Enduring Love Voting Gauntlet Round 1 is now live
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The first round for the Enduring Love Voting Gauntlet is now live. The combatants are Rhajat, Faye, Priscilla, Tharja, Dorcas, Catria, Katarina, and Siguard. The first round for this gauntlet will last until December 8th.
Miitomo – new Miitomo Drop stage (12/5/17)
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Miitomo has been updated with new content. Players can nab the latest items in the Miitomo Drop stage, “Secrets of the forest! Cute Critters (Unicorn)”.
Available items include:
– Adorable unicorn hat
– Bubblegum pop unicorn hoodie
– Unicorn pinafore dress
– Strappy dream boots
Users can select Miitomo Drop stages from the Shop tab. Miitomo coins or game tickets are needed to play.
Antonio and three more animals now available in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
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Antonio, Raddle, Phoebe and Bluebear have just become available to invite over to your campsite in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. They also have furniture they like added to the game too for you to craft. In addition to these new animals it seems a mini event is happening where doing requests for animals will make their friendship grow more quickly, this will last until December 10th.
Fire Emblem Heroes wins Google Play Best Game of 2017 Award in Japan
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A variety of games were nominated for Google Play’s Best of 2017 award in Japan. The winner has been revealed, and Fire Emblem Heroes came away as the winner.
Google specifically chose Fire Emblem Heroes for the award. However, it did not make the top five for the user voted category.
It’s also worth noting that Magikarp Jump won for “Cute & Casual”.
Pokemon GO starting to use OpenStreetMap instead of Google Maps
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In the past, Pokemon GO’s in-game map has been powered by Google. But in recent days, the game has been updated, and has switched to OpenStreetMap. Some players have noticed that the map in Pokemon GO looks different as a result.
The change hasn’t applied in every single region just yet. It appears to have been rolled out in the United States as well as a number of South American and Asian countries.
Fire Emblem Heroes – Children of Fate summoning event live
A new summoning focus is now live and will be available from today to December 18th. This focus has three new heroes as the focus: Siegbert, Soleil and Shiro. If your feeling up for it you can try for these three heroes.
Miitomo – new items (12/3/17)
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A number of new items have been added to Miitomo. Among the selection you’ll find in the app, the following are now available:
– Hero scarf
– Elegant roses
– School uniform (long)
These items can be obtained by using Miitomo coins in Miitomo Shop.
Miitomo – returning Miitomo Drop stage theme (12/2/17)
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Miitomo has been updated with more content. Users will find returning stages with more items.
“Jack in to fashion! Cyberpunk streetwear” is the returning theme. The stages provide the following:
Rumor: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp started off as a more simplistic town-building game
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At the end of October, The Wall Street Journal shared some rumored information claiming that one reason for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’s delay was due to the game seeing an overhaul “at least once during the development process to ensure quality.” Liam Robertson from Unseen64 apparently has more on the situation, and dug up details about how a much different title was initially planned.
Development on the Animal Crossing game for mobile apparently began in early 2016. At the time, what Nintendo had been cooking up was said to be more simplistic.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp update out now (version 1.0.3)
Another update is now available for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. On both iOS and Android, Nintendo has started distributing version 1.0.3.
Today’s update admittedly isn’t terribly exciting. The patch notes only state that bug fixes have been implemented.
Source: iOS / Android