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When Niantic first launched Pokémon GO, it was populated exclusively by first generation Pokémon, but a lot has changed in the two years since then. Pokémon from Johto and Hoenn have been rolled out, as well as Alolan Forms of Kanto Pokémon. Fans of the fourth generation (like myself) have been eagerly anticipating the addition of Sinnoh Pokémon, and it looks like the wait is almost over.

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One of the hottest games in the world is getting ready for its next step. Fortnite has taken the video game industry by storm in recent months, and Epic is preparing to launch the game into its fifth season. The developer has been dropping hints about Season 5 all week with cryptic tweets, and the final teaser before the next big update just went out.

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Summer is here, and Niantic is celebrating in style! They recently announced that Squirtle with sunglasses is coming to Pokémon GO on July 8th, but it's not the only Pokémon rocking a pair of shades. In celebration of the season, Niantic has announced that a special "Summer Style Pikachu" wearing a hat and sunglasses is available starting today. They also teased the eventual addition of Celebi to the game.

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Pokémon GO has been one of the biggest mobile games around for two years, and its popularity is on the rise once again. Developer Niantic keeps things fresh with content updates and timed events featuring rare or powerful Pokémon. The next special Pokémon event has just been announced, and it's a great throwback to a fan-favorite episode from the original anime series.

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Nintendo was once staunchly opposed to entering the mobile market, but they eventually had a change of heart, and in December of 2016, even Mario made his way to phones and tablets. Super Mario Run took the famous plumber on an auto-running adventure that has been downloaded over 200 million times. A year and a half later, the mobile game has earned an estimated $60 million in revenue.

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Bethesda launched Fallout Shelter in 2015 ahead of the launch of Fallout 4, and the charming mobile game has proven to be quite popular and lucrative in the years since. Fast forward to June 2018 and Warner Bros. has released a Westworld mobile game that is strikingly similar to Fallout Shelter in both looks and gameplay. Bethesda quickly filed a lawsuit alleging stolen code, and now Warner Bros. is fighting back.

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Pokémon GO launched in 2016 to record-shattering numbers, uniting hundreds of millions of players around the world in a common mission. Inevitably this popularity eventually dipped, and it's become somewhat popular to declare the game "dead" online. This couldn't be further from the truth. According to the latest mobile industry data, Pokémon GO is the most popular it has been since 2016.

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It's a clash of titans, as one major video game publisher is now suing another. Bethesda has just filed a lawsuit against Warner Bros., alleging that the latter completely ripped off Fallout Shelter in order to create their Westworld mobile game. At a quick glance, there are definite similarities in terms of visuals and gameplay, but Bethesda is accusing Warner Bros. of much worse.

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We're entering into a wonderful new world of online gaming where everyone can play together regardless of platform...except for PlayStation, of course. As of today, cross-play is now live for Minecraft on Nintendo Switch, so you can boot up your world on Nintendo and play with others on Xbox One, PC, and mobile. Nintendo celebrated this wonderful addition to the popular sandbox game with a new Better Together trailer.

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Fans of Game Freak's popular franchise are looking forward to Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Eevee! as well as the 2019 core series RPG, but there's also a new Pokémon game available to play right now. Pokémon Quest launched for free last month on Nintendo Switch and quickly reached over 2.5 million downloads. That audience is about to get much bigger, as the game will soon make its mobile debut.

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It's been nearly two years since Pokémon GO made its debut, and developer Niantic has slowly been rolling out new features ever since. The ability to trade Pokémon with fellow trainers has been a staple since the beginning of the franchise, but it hasn't yet made its way to GO. Thankfully that's all changing soon!

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Recently, Nintendo announced that their new Pokémon titles Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! would support a cool new "Poké Ball Plus" Joy-Con that allows the player to simulate catching wild Pokémon in real life. This Poké Ball accessory also unlocks a special legendary Pokémon in the new titles, something Nintendo revealed during this year's E3. There is, however, a catch for those who want to catch 'em all: players cannot catch Mew through any other means.

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Fortnite finally launched for the Nintendo Switch this week and already eclipsed two million downloads, yet depending on who you ask, its release was not pretty. The match made in heaven between Nintendo's hit hybrid system and the most popular battle royale game on the planet was seen coming a mile away, but the anticipated union came at a cost none were privy to before a rocky release.

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Bethesda set out to bring a full Elder Scrolls experience to mobile devices, and it seems like they've done it. The game features full 3D graphics and first person gameplay. The game is titled The Elder Scrolls: Blades.

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends originally launched last March, but Bethesda has officially revealed their plans for an upcoming relaunch of the free-to-play card game. Bethesda's going all-out with its plans to broaden the game's audience, and that includes bringing the game to consoles.

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