Pokémon GO gave us one of the happiest summers ever when it seemed like all anyone wanted to do was play. That time has passed, but the game still chugs along. Starting the 18th, Pokémon GO Adventure Week will start. This event will help you find lots of rock-type Pokémon.
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The newest installment to the Professor Layton series is coming to North America and Europe for Nintendo 3DS. Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and The Millionaires’ Conspiracy will be available for purchase this fall. Level 5 also confirmed the mobile version of the game will be available worldwide on July 20th.
The hit mobile game, Super Mario Run hit iOS late last year. Android users don’t have to wait any longer because Super Mario Run is available now! If you haven’t yet tried the game, be sure to head out and get it.
To be honest, I uninstalled Fire Emblem Heroes a few weeks ago because it was literally bite-sized Fire Emblem. It isn’t a bad game, but I was longing for a full Fire Emblem experience. There are some fixes coming soon through a Fire Emblem Heroes update that will help bring new life to the title.
It’s been over a week since Nintendo announced the results of the Fire Emblem: Choose Your Legends poll, and I still haven’t written anything about it. Unfortunately, all I can say is my bad. To make it up to you, here are my thoughts on Fire Emblem’s future. Just pretend like you care.
Blissey is a Beast. She’s been in the Uber tier of competitive Pokémon for a VERY long time. Blissey is a massive wall that can absorb a billion hits with her super high HP and Special Defense. Her cleric abilities can also heal her own team, but this ability isn’t present in the mobile game. So, you need to get a Blissey in Pokémon GO, now that her generation is available.