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This month’s issue of Game Informer will have a huge feature on Pokemon developer Game Freak. The magazine visited the studio in Japan “to get the full history of the series and talk about what’s in store for the future on Switch.” Game Informer “explored deeper into Game Freak’s studio than any western outlet has ever been allowed and were able to not only see where Pokemon is made, but where its creators hold their meetings, eat lunch, and even create the series’ iconic soundtrack.” The new issue is packed with twelve pages “covering the studio’s history and read development stories for every core Pokémon RPG it has created.”

Aside from content in the magazine, Game Informer will have “written features and video interviews with Game Freak co-founder, producer, director, and composer, Junichi Masuda, and Sun and Moon’s director, Shigeru Ohmori.”

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For those of you that entered in the Weakness Cup tournament, you can now receive 4 mega stones in the form of Latiosite, Latiasite, Altarianite and Ampharosite.

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A new single battle competition has been announced for Pokemon Sun and Moon, the No Holds Barred competition. The following mystical Pokemon can not be used Mewtwo, Lugia, Ho-Oh, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Dialga, Palkia, Giratina, Arceus, Reshiram, Zekrom, Kyurem, Xerneas, Yveltal, Solgaleo or Lunala; however all other mystic Pokemon can be used. You also have the ability to have duplicate Pokemon and duplicate items. Registrations run from August 17th to the 24th and the battles start August 25 and 27th.

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You can currently get three more Mega Stones in Pokemon Sun and Moon, these stones being the ones to get Mega Tyranitar, Abomasnow and Manetric. All you have to do is use the code SABLEVOLANT to obtain all the stones. This code works worldwide and does not have a set expiration date, but it might be safer to use the code sooner than later.

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Pokemon Sun/Moon

For those of you that participated in the Pokemon Sun and Moon Global Mission, the rewards are now available for you to obtain. Participants who defended their champion role will receive 5 rare candy and a moon ball. The prize can be obtained through a serial code from the Pokemon Global Link. You will have until August 30th to take these rewards.

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A new battle competition has been announced for Pokemon Sun and Moon called the Weakness Cup. This competition will be single battles using only Pokemon with five or more weaknesses. Registrations will last from July 20th to July 21st, and the battles will happen July 28th through July 30th.

As for everyone that entered into the Tiny Tourney, the gifts for entry are now available through the Global Link. You will have til July 31st to obtain the Mega Stone gifts: Gardevoirite, Galladite and Lopunnite.

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The seventh Pokemon Global Mission involves defending your Champion Title. The title must be defended 100,000 times by everyone and upon success players will receive 2,000 FC and on failure will receive 200 FC. The amount of FC earned is double if your account is connected to a Global Link, 4,000 FC (success) and 400 FC (failure). By defending your Champion Title once you will receive a Rare Candy regardless. Also, if double the target amount is reached players will receive a Moon Ball for their efforts. This event will run until July 11th.

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By entering the code MATSUBUSA, you will be given 5 Mega Stones for your copy of Pokemon Sun or Moon. The stones include Sceptilite, Blazikenite, Swampertite, Banettite and Cameruptite. There is no indicator for how long the event will last, so it might be better to download sooner than later.

Update: The code seems to now be available in Europe too, so the article has been updated to reflect that.

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Tiny Tourney is now live

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The latest Pokemon battle competition is now live in Pokemon Sun and Moon. The Tiny Tourney uses a double battle format and your Pokemon must be under 1.0 meter (3’03”). Transferred Pokemon can be used. All participants will receive Galladite, Gardevoirite, and Lopunnite. Battles will go from June 23rd – June 25th.

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For those that participated in the Global Mission to gather 3 Pokemon/items while fishing, the gift is now available for you to obtain. The gifts for the mission are 5 Rare Candys and a Level Ball. You can obtain your prize through a serial code on the Pokemon Global Link and will remain available until June 29th.

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