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iOS users won’t be left behind when Fire Emblem Heroes launches next month. Nintendo originally said that the game was heading to Android on February 2, with the iOS version coming “soon”. In a new tweet though, we have confirmation that Apple users will be able to nab it on the same day.

The message is as follows:


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Super Mario Run will be available on Android devices beginning in March, Nintendo has announced. For those that missed it, pre-registration can be done here.

Super Mario Run originally arrived on iOS last month.

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Nintendo uploaded the official debut trailer for Fire Emblem Heroes on its mobile YouTube channel. View the video below.

As Nintendo announced during today’s Fire Emblem Direct, pre-registration for Fire Emblem Heroes on Google Play is now live. Head on over here to prepare for the game’s arrival.

Nintendo has released screenshots, art, and a fact sheet for Fire Emblem Heroes, the new mobile game. Continue on below for all of that content.

Nintendo’s hit strategy-RPG Fire Emblem series is now reimagined for smart devices.

Fight battles customized for touch screens and on-the-go gameplay. Summon characters from across the Fire Emblem universe. Develop your Heroes’ skills, and take them to new heights. This is your adventure—a Fire Emblem that’s like nothing you’ve seen before!

This application is free to download and offers some optional in-app purchases.

If you missed any part of today’s Fire Emblem Direct, we have you covered. You can watch the presentation in full below.

During today’s Fire Emblem Direct, Nintendo finally shared details about its upcoming Fire Emblem entry for mobile. It’s been given the name Fire Emblem Heroes.

Here’s the rundown from Nintendo’s Twitter page:


Today’s Fire Emblem Direct will kick off in an hour from now. The broadcast is set to begin at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET / 10 PM in the UK / 11 PM in Europe. You can watch the presentation live below. We’ll also have new posts on the site for annoouncements.

Nintendo has indicated that we’ll at least be seeing its new Fire Emblem game for mobile. On top of that, we may hear something about Fire Emblem Warriors. The broadcast should be about 21 minutes long.

Dataminers at The Silph Road have found more signs of arriving new Pokémon inside the raw data of Pokémon GO’s most recent patch.

Specifically, there’s some new mentions for evolution items such as King’s Rock, Metal Coat or Upgrade, which can be used to evolve Slowbro into Slowking, Onix into Steelix and Porygon into Porygon2. There’s also the Sun Stone and the Dragon Scale, evolutionary items that are needed to get Bellossom and Kingdra. All of these Generation 2 Pokémon would be ready to obtain in future updates along with Unowns, which have been mentioned explicitly as forms ranging from Unown A to Unown Exclamation Point.

According to The Silph Road, there has been an addition of 38 new moves. This is the first time that Niantic has implemented moves to Pokémon GO if we don’t take into account Ditto’s Transform.

Additionally, they have found more mentions to avatar customization such as belts, glasses and necklaces, more code to support the shiny and gender variations of pokémon and a new system for debugging purposes.

It is expected that Niantic will implement these new features in a future Pokémon GO update.

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Niantic has prepared a new update for Pokemon GO. Version 1.23.1 (iOS) / 0.53.1 (Android) should be making its way out to users soon.

Pokemon GO’s latest update makes a few small improvements. The patch notes we have are as follows:

Updated Apple Watch to display Eggs obtained from PokéStops

Changed distance tracking to better account for GPS drift

Minor text fixes.

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