Pokemon Go trailer was one of YouTube’s top trending gaming videos of 2015
Posted on 2 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News | 7 Comments | 0 Likes
YouTube issued some information today about gaming videos on its website for 2015. In terms of trending videos, Pokemon Go’s debut trailer was included in the list.
Here’s the full lineup of trending videos this year:
Clash of Clans: Revenge (Official Super Bowl TV Commercial)
Star Wars Battlefront Reveal Trailer
Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 Teaser Trailer
WARNING: YOU WILL DIE | Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 – Part 1
Discover Pokémon in the Real World with Pokémon GO!
Fallout 4 – Official Trailer
Elders Play Grand Theft Auto V (Elders React: Gaming)
Halo VS Call of Duty
Final Fantasy VII – E3 2015 Trailer | PS4
According to YouTube, top trending gaming videos are “based on views, shares, comments, likes and more.”
Source: YouTube PR
Pokemon Go dev now has an office in Japan
Posted on 2 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, Mobile, News | 4 Comments | 0 Likes
Niantic, developer of the mobile game Pokemon Go, has opened up an office in Japan. This will be the company’s first subsidiary overall.
The office was created on December 3 in Tokyo’s Minato ward. It’ll be used to develop top-level real-world games as well as a platform using AR and mapping. Industry insider Dr. Serkan Toto also offers up the following speculation:
“Generally speaking, Japanese gaming companies (I mean Nintendo in this specific case) love going vertical by becoming platforms if any opportunity to do so opens up: so it might very well be that Pokemon is not the only Nintendo mobile game that will make use of AR and GPS going forward.”
Pokemon Go news coming very soon
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Pokemon Go was announced last month. We saw a trailer and received some information, but we don’t really know how the game will play. That should be changing very soon though. Niantic representative Evan Dexter told Slate a couple of weeks ago that more information would be shared in “mid-October”. It’s October 10 today, so an update shouldn’t be too far off.
“We’re not quite ready to talk in more depth about Pokémon GO than what was revealed in the announcement press release and assets. Come mid-October we’ll be able to start going into more depth about our plans for the game, and about our plans for real world gaming overall.”
Pokemon Go is a new smartphone game coming from The Pokemon Company, Niantic, and Nintendo. It makes use of “real location information to encourage players to search far and wide in the real world to discover Pokemon.” The title is arriving sometime in 2016.
Thanks to Jake for the tip.
Pokemon Go getting a closed beta in winter 2015, out early next year
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During a press conference last night, Pokemon Go was announced for smartphones. We heard that it was on track for a release next year, but now we have slightly more information.
The latest Ingress report reveals that Pokemon Go will be receiving a beta in winter 2015. Additionally, the title now has a more specific “early 2016” launch window. We’ll be receiving more information within the next few weeks supposedly.
Pokemon GO is not part of the DeNA – Nintendo partnership
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Pokemon GO was announced earlier today for Android and iOS devices. Nintendo is involved with it, but the game is apparently not part of the company’s partnership with DeNA. DeNA confirmed this to Dr. Serkan Toto.
The first smartphone game jointly developed by Nintendo and DeNA is planned for release this year. If Nintendo are still sticking to that plan, we should hear an announcement pretty soon.
Update: Transcript added – Watch the full Pokemon GO press conference
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Update: Here’s a full transcript of the event from the official Pokemon website.
Pokemon GO was announced earlier today. In case you want to watch the whole announcement conference yourself, The Pokemon Company have uploaded a recording of the conference to their Youtube channel. Check it out below: