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fire emblem heroes Fae Childlike Dragon

Fae: Childlike Dragon is joining Fire Emblem Heroes as the game’s next Legendary Hero, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have announced.

The character originates from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade. She’s voiced by Sarah Blandy and features art by Himukai Yuji. Furthermore, Fae: Childlike Dragon comes with the skills Dazzling Breath, Life Unending, Distant Stance, Dragon’s Ire 3, and Def/Res Menace.

Pikmin Bloom gameplay

Gameplay has now emerged for Pikmin Bloom, Niantic’s new mobile title that saw a surprise release last night starting in Australia and Singapore. GameXplain’s video shows the initial setup, what happens when you’re walking, the shop, and more.

For those that missed our previous coverage, check out some additional information below:

In addition to the return of several past events for Fire Emblem Heroes, some new content is arriving to the mobile game today. Here’s the latest information on the new Summoning Event and Special Maps:

Intelligent Systems has announced that a new update is scheduled for Fire Emblem Heroes adding new weapons to refine, new event content, and more. Here are the full patch notes for the update, slated to arrive on Android and iOS next week:

A new update is now available for Dragalia Lost. Players can now update directly from their respective applications marketplace. We have the full patch notes available after the break:

Pikmin Bloom will begin launching on mobile devices today, Niantic and Nintendo have announced.

The app is set to go live in Australia and Singapore starting today on both iOS and Android. According to Niantic, it will follow in other countries / regions “shortly.”

Pikmin Bloom is the new mobile app made by Pokemon GO developer Niantic, which was announced in partnership with Nintendo back in March. The game involves going on daily walks to find seedlings, plucking Pikmin from seedlings after they grow, feeding them nectar and collecting their petals to plant them later on, and more.

Below are the full details straight from Niantic:

Pokemon Unite scoreboard

If you’ve played Pokemon Unite, you’ve probably noticed that the game doesn’t have a scoreboard. That can make it difficult to determine who’s winning a match while it’s in progress. Once a match is over, that’s when everything gets tallied up and a winner is chosen.

It turns out that the lack of a scoreboard in Pokemon Unite was a conscious decision made by the development team. Speaking with Kotaku, producer Masaaki Hoshino explained: “The matches last 10 minutes and players have the possibility of making a comeback, so we wanted people to play without giving up to the very end.”

Several upcoming Trials of the Mighty pieces of content have been announced for Dragalia Lost. Here’s what’s coming:

Pokemon GO Día de Muertos

In celebration of Día de Muertos, Pokemon GO will be hosting a special event for the holiday. Look for it to go live on November 1 at 1 AM local time, ending on November 2 at 8 PM local time.

Like most events, a few bonuses are planned. These include Lure Modules and Incense that last for 90 minutes as well as 2x Catch Stardust. For those in Latin America and the Caribbean, there’ll also be +1 Bonus Transfer Candy, plus featured event Pokemon will be appearing even more often in the wild and these creatures will be attracted even more frequently to Incense/Lure Models.

Another new round of content is coming soon to Dragalia Lost:

  • Surtr’s Devouring Flame arrives in Rise of the Sinister Dominion on Oct. 28, 11 PM PT! Clear this quest to unlock new wyrmprint slots, but beware: Master difficulty requires two teams to play!

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