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Niantic started rolling out the fourth generation of Pokemon in Pokemon GO today. Not all of them will be easy to catch, however. Based on early reports, new region-exclusive Pokemon have been added. Carnivine, Chatot, and Pachirisu are the Pokemon involved here.

Early player activity indicates that Carnivine is located in the southeastern United States. Florida, Maryland, and Georgia are among the states where the grass-type Pokemon are located.

Fire Emblem Heroes continues to be a money maker for Nintendo. In September, the mobile title generated another $16.8 million.

As has been the case in the past, the majority of Fire Emblem Heroes’ success stemmed from Japan. The country represents 55% of all-time player spending. And in September, Japan accounted for 54% of revenue, which amounts to $9.1 million.

Following yesterday’s update, new Pokemon are now live in Pokemon GO. The mobile game has added creatures originally discovered in the Sinnoh region, includong Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup.

Niantic says that new Pokemon will be rolled out in waves. These monsters will show up “over the next few weeks appearing in the wild, hatching from Eggs, and battling in raids.”


Nintendo and Cygames have issued an update for Dragalia Lost. Players can now access version 1.0.6, which includes additional features focused on the new event plus various improvements and fixes.

Below are the full patch notes:

Responding quickly to their own tease from yesterday, Nintendo has unveiled the five new villagers that have joined Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Lucky, Kiki, Rodeo, Anicotti, and Diva have all made an appearance in-game.

As always, each character comes with their own items. This includes a creepy clock for Lucky, a lucky black cat for Kiki, a forklift for Rodeo, a neon sign for Anicotti, and a circle rug for Diva. 

Pokemon GO’s next notable update has gone live. On iOS, it’s version 1.91.1. Android users can access version 0.123.2.

The new update paves the way for Sinnoh region Pokemon, stat changes, and more. We’ve posted the official patch notes below.

Trick or Defeat, last year’s special Halloween Summoning Focus, is back until November 15 in Fire Emblem Heroes. This means you have another shot at getting Nowi: Eternal Witch, Henry: Happy Vampire, Sakura: Gentle Nekomata and Jakob: Devoted Monster.

Following up the previous Loyalty’s Requiem raid battle event in Dragalia Lost, Cygames has revealed the second event for the mobile RPG.

Celebrating Halloween a bit early, the Trick and Treasure facility event is set to run from tomorrow, October 17th, to October 26nd.

Starting today in Fire Emblem Heroes is Tempest Trials+: Familiar Faces. The 5-star Hero Dorcas: Pumpkin Smasher, two Sacred Seals, Brazen Atk/Res 1, and Darting Stance 1 can be obtained as big rewards.

Players can clear maps to raise their score and earn rewards. Also, by taking on daily quests, Refining Stones will be handed out. Nintendo and Intelligent Systems are planning even more rewards for daily quests during the second half of the event.

Nintendo has shared an image teasing the next wave of villagers for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. As usual, the characters have been shown with silhouettes.

Look for the new villagers to be added sometime this coming week. When they’re live, we’ll be sure to let you know.


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