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At long last, Nintendo is breaking their silence regarding the upcoming console, codenamed the Nintendo NX. Get your first look at the Nintendo Switch here.
Take a look at some of the gameplay from the upcoming Zelda game, currently in development for WIi U and NX.
It seems we’ll finally get out first official look at the Nintendo NX, which is set to release in just five short months.
From the latest Pokemon Sun & Moon data mine, a new PokeBall has emerged. It appears to be for capturing Ultra Beasts, the dangerous new creatures roaming the Alola region.
The Pokemon Sun & Moon demo released today will add new features on specific dates until the official release of the full game. Find out all the dates and in-demo locations of the upcoming releases here.
With the hacking of the Pokemon Sun & Moon demo by 4chan users, a comparison chart between the village trainers and Aether Foundation members vs. Ultra Beasts seems to confirm Pokemon-human fusions.
Along with the data mining of new Pokemon from the Pokemon Sun & Moon demo, the full PokeDex for the Alola region has allegedly leaked on 4chan. Find out what’s in it here.
Following the release of the Pokemon Sun & Moon demo, 4chan-users have started data mining the game to leak new Pokemon, including new Alola forms. See the leaked PokeDex here.
A German YouTube channel with the watermark of “Nintendo Online” appears to have accidentally leaked the first 15-minutes of demo gameplay for Pokemon Sun & Moon. Watch it here.
A gameplay demo of Pokemon Sun & Moon is supposed to come out on October 18 in the Nintendo 3DS eShop. When will it come out in the United States and Europe?
New images alleging to show the Pokemon Sun & Moon Alola region forms of Mantine, Persian, and Cubone have surfaced on 4Chan. See the alleged screenshots here.
A Spanish image showing “day form” and “night form” for the final evolutions of Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio bolsters the theory that, like Rockruff, the final evolution of the starters what game the player has.
A new English trailer released by Nintendo today reveals the colorful evolution of the previously leaked Alolan Grimer plus the new Pokemon: Silvally, Hakamo-o, Kommo-o, Steenee, Tsareena, and Ribombee.