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Pokemon GO has kicked off a Lunar New Year event. While live, Rattata, Ekans, Mankey, Ponyta, Electabuzz, Dratini, Mareep, Miltank, Torchic, Poochyena, Spoink, and Buneary will appear more frequently in the wild. You may also encounter a Shiny Spoink.

As far as bonuses go, there’s twice the catch XP and double the XP when evolving Pokemon. And when you trade a Pokemon, there’s an increased chance it will become a Lucky Pokemon.

The Lunar New Year event will be live until February 13.


A new Summoning Focus is now live in Fire Emblem Heroes for the next 24 hours — this time focusing on Seliph and Julia’s Battle.

The characters that are featured in this set are unexpectedly Seliph, Julia, and Deirdre. As stated, this Focus will only be live until tomorrow, February 5th.


The second half of the latest Garden Event — Pelly’s Flight of Passion — is now live in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.

While the event itself is the same, there are new flowers, tasks, and rewards this time around. The period will run until February 11th, with players having until then to grow flowers and complete Pelly’s tasks.

Some screens of the event are displayed below.

Fire Emblem Heroes is celebrating its second anniversary with a new event known as Find & Vote. Players can choose and vote on their favorite character based on the ones in Fire Emblem Heroes, and can cast new votes every day.

According to Nintendo, the top-ranking character of each color (red, blue, green, and colorless) will be available as part of the 2nd Anniversary Heroes summoning event. Additionally, for this summoning event, players are guaranteed to receive a 5-star Hero from among those featured in the summoning focus.

You can find the official website for Find & Vote Heroes here.

There was no live stream this time around, but a new Feh Channel presentation has gone live. You can watch it below. Nintendo and Intelligent Systems detail some activities planned for the game’s second anniversary, the Dragonflower item, next update, and more.

A new Summoning Focus is live in Fire Emblem Heroes that features with the specific skill set.

This Focus is set to last until February 13th. As pictured above, the heroes with increased drop rate this time around are Laevatein, Nina, and Sumia.


A new Premium Collection is now available for crafting in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, this time themed for Valentine’s Day.

These outfits are available until March 15th. The following items are now available to craft in-game: chocolatier outfit, pink chocolatier outfit, sweet waiter outfit, sweet berry apron dress, cocoa apron dress, chocolatier hat, sweet berry lace hat, and the cocoa lace hat.

Images of the items and their costs can be viewed below.

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have revealed the results of the third Fire Emblem Heroes – Choose Your Legends event. On the heroes side, Alm placed first while Eliwood was second. Meanwhile, for the heroines, Micaiah took top honors while Camilla placed second.

All four of the winners will be released in “special versions” at a later date. For a more comprehensive breakdown of the results, continue on below.

This information comes from Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa…

In the mobile business, it is of course important to find the right playstyle for smart devices, but we also want to use the overwhelming volume of smart devices to increase the points of contact between Nintendo IP and consumers all over the world. To increase the profitability of the mobile business as a whole, we will maintain and expand services for existing titles while developing new ones. To that end, we plan to proactively drive and discuss partnerships with other companies to utilize their various strengths. Our goal in doing so is to make sure consumers around the world are able to continue playing Nintendo entertainment.

We use events, major updates, and other methods to ensure that consumer continue to enjoy our existing applications. Fire Emblem Heroes is almost completely localized into Portuguese, and will be released in the South American market. Likewise, Dragalia Lost will also be newly released in English-speaking countries such as Canada, UK, and Australia.

Niantic has announced its latest plans for Pokemon GO.

First, starting today, players can use a Sinnoh Stone to evolve Lickitung into Lickilicky, Tangela into Tangrowth, and more. Additionally, new Pokemon originally discovered in the Sinnoh region will appear in the wild for the first time, including Cranidos and Shieldon. And if that wasn’t enough, you may also see more Pokemon originally discovered in the Sinnoh region appearing in Eggs.