Pokémon GO has been receiving numerous updates since its launch in 2016. Since Pokémon from the second generation have been featured in the game for a while, fans are starting to speculate when we'll see the next wave of creatures. A recent interview with Niantic's John Hanke and some images from a datamine suggest that players may not have to wait any later than Halloween for the new update.

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Build-A-Bear Workshop has slowly been adding Pokémon to their stuffed animal collections. So far we've seen Pikachu, Charmander, Meowth, and more in this adorable lineup. Now we get to see everyone's favorite fire fox Pokémon, Vulpix, as the newest addition to Build-A-Bear.

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A while back, a hacker discovered a hidden NES game, Golf, inside the firmware of the Nintendo Switch, but someone has finally made a way to play it. Judging by the date and methods required to launch the game, it seems as though the inclusion was intended to be a hidden tribute to the former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, who passed away two years ago.

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Marshadow, a never-before-released mythical Pokémon, is now available to Pokémon Sun and Moon players. Gamers who stop by GameStop by October 23rd can get a code card to unlock this small Fighting and Ghost-type Pokémon in their parties.

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McDonald's often promotes the Pokémon franchise by including toys and trading cards with their Happy Meals every time a new game in the franchise comes out. This year is no different, and you can expect some of your favorite Pokémon from Sun and Moon to be available at your local McDonald's soon.

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Brotad is one of many music composers who has used his interest in gaming as a source of creative inspiration. This young man from Ohio has carved out a niche for himself despite the competition. With the recent release of his Animal Crossing-inspired album Solace, he has collected some of the coolest and calmest songs from the franchise and added his signature twist to them. With his style added to the artistry of everyone from fictional guitar-playing dog K.K. Slider to Animal Crossing: New Leaf composer Manaka Kataoka, this series' music becomes even smoother.

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2017 seems to be the year of Sonic the Hedgehog. Fans of the blue blur and his games have already gotten the critically acclaimed Sonic Mania, and Sonic Team's newest game—Sonic Forces—is going to release on November 7th. More exciting news has come out recently; apparently these two games are connected in some way beyond just being in the same franchise and coming out in the same year.

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The 2017 Nintendo World Championships were nothing if not exciting if you love Nintendo games, especially the competitive ones. Seeing new titles like Metroid: Samus Returns and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as well as classics like Super Mario Bros. Deluxe and Tetris on the international stage was absolutely awesome. Super Mario Odyssey ended the event as the last game played in the final round between John Numbers and Thomas G.

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Nintendo Minute is a weekly show on Nintendo's YouTube channel in which new games like Super Mario Odyssey are shown off. In the latest episode however, hosts Kit and Krysta were joined by GandaKris, who showed off some of her amazing custom Amiibo, some of which were inspired by Odyssey. Together, they even worked on crafting Goombas possessed by Cappy and Mario!

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The team working on Assassin's Creed Origins has quite the pedigree. After delivering Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, they went to work on this game, crafting a prequel to the entire series. Staged in ancient Egypt, this game will show how the Brotherhood got its start.

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Pokémon is about to have a busy fall season. Alongside the upcoming games Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, The Pokémon Company plans to further capitalize on their beloved franchise with Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! The twentieth Pokémon film is set to be a retelling of trainer Ash Ketchum's journey from its very beginning in Pallet Town, where he met his Pikachu.

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We have been getting official songs for certain Pokémon for a while now. From Slowpoke to Magikarp, the comedic celebration of Generation I Pokémon has been strong. Ditto is now the most recent pocket monster to get his own ode, and it is, expectedly, nothing short of hilarious.

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Fans have been obsessed with Geno ever since the wooden puppet stole their hearts in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. More so than any other Mario RPG partner who has only appeared as playable in a single game, he continues to be heralded by fans as the mascot of turn-based Super Mario. Sometimes it is hard to understand the hype for the guy, but it is easier to understand why people would be upset that his brief appearance in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga has been cut in the recent Nintendo 3DS remake.

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Star Fox 2 is not fun at first. That most likely would have been the case for most players in 1996 as much as it is now in 2017. Belated release on the SNES Classic aside, however, this sci-fi sequel is still a worthy follow-up to the original Star Fox and is a lot of fun once you learn the quirks of the game.

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Since their reveal, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon have had fans worried that these games were going to be mere remakes of the latest generation, slightly updated with a bit of new content but largely remaining the same experiences as Sun and Moon were. The Pokémon Company has been slowly doling out details on the changes to these new games, however, and now they've hit us with some major reveals that may just dispel your fears. It looks like these new games will feature massive changes after all, with tons of new storylines as well as whole new worlds you can discover via the Ultra Wormhole.

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