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Disney Crossy Road – Hidden Characters: How to unlock the developers

30 Jun
Disney Crossy Road contains a ton of secret characters, and one thing that has recently been added is the entire development crew, both from the Disney side of things and from the Hipster Whale side of things. They are hidden in a rather obscure corner of the game, so if you aren’t specifically looking for […]

Battlefield 1 Alpha Screenshots Show Lobbies, Loadouts, Server Browser and More

30 Jun

One brave Reddit user has violated a non-disclosure agreement and leaked a large number of Battlefield 1 alpha screenshots onto the internet. These screenshots show off game lobbies, class loadouts, and a server browser that seems to be replacing Battlelog on the PC version of the games. Battlefield 1’s alpha footage is taking place before […]

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Rahool and Xur to have Bigger Role in Destiny Story

30 Jun

Bungie, the developers of Destiny, have apparently begun to hint at an expanded role in the Destiny story for two vital NPCs: Master Rahool, the Tower’s Cryptarch, and Xur, Agent of the Nine, who arrives at the Tower every weekend with random exotic armor and weapons. Both characters have given various hints into the lore, […]

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Disney Crossy Road: Finding Dory Update – Secret Hidden Character Unlock Guide, Page 2

30 Jun
Otter (Finding Dory) – The Otter can be found in the FInding Dory world once you have unlocked the whole Oxygen Lava set. This set consists of Nemo, Tad, Pearl, Squirt, Bailey, Destiny and Gerald. Once you unlock every one of them (in any order) Otter will become available. Mrs. Nesbit (Toy Story) – Mrs […]

CSR Racing 2 Tips, Cheats and Strategies

30 Jun

CSR Racing 2

It’s time to get off the line quickly again. By that we mean drag racing, and by that, we mean not challenging the person next to you at the stoplight, but tackling some CSR Racing 2.

The sequel to the very popular CSR Racing has finally arrived from NaturalMotion and Zynga, and the basics are still the same. Hone your skills at drag racing, improve the cars you have, acquire new ones and advance through progressively more difficult race crews to prove your mettle Not much is different from last time out, right?

Actually, that’s not entirely true. Just enough is different to make things potentially confusing at times. But fear not: we’ve been playing CSR Racing 2 since it was in soft launch, so we’re happy to help. Browse on through our CSR Racing 2 Tips, Cheats and Strategies and you’re almost certain to find something to help make you a more successful racer. Just, uh, please don’t test any of these ideas out in real life.

Keep It in the Green

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Gone is waiting for the green light to appear in your dashboard when launching and waiting for the right time to shift gears. Instead, your new buddy when it comes to going fast is an area of green on your tachometer.

At the start of a race, you’ll have to rev the motor so that the needle falls in the green zone when the countdown hits zero for a perfect launch, or pretty darn close for a good launch. Then when you are in the heat of the race, you’ll need to shift when the needle finds its way back into the green again.

Of the two techniques, finding a way to launch correctly is much trickier. Every car has a different launch zone, and you might have to do some experimenting every time you earn a new ride, because it’s almost guaranteed that what worked in your last one is no good.

BONUS TIP: For some cars, over-revving and timing it so the needle falls back into the correct zone at the end of the countdown might be worth a try.

A Brief History of Upgrades

Just like in the last game, your car gets faster by upgrading its various components. There are five levels of upgrades for all seven parts possible just by spending money or gold, with a sixth level that you can install only if you win the correct, car-specific part.

The first three levels (or Stages) of upgrades can be installed immediately. Stages four and five are imported parts (in the game’s world, anyway) and take time to be delivered unless you spend gold to skip the wait.

There are also special items called fusion parts that can be installed after you’ve done several upgrades to any given component. Fusion parts don’t add all that much to your vehicle’s potential, but they can make the difference between otherwise evenly matched cars, and they are linked to certain makes, not models, meaning an uncommon engine fusion part for your Tier 2 BMW could also be used in a Tier 3 BMW if so desired.

Besides just generally getting faster, it’s important to level up your nitrous, transmission and tires a few Stages, because …

Quarter or Half?

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The tune option at the bottom of the garage navigation (the icon looks like a spark plug) isn’t just for show. Once you’ve installed Stage 2 upgrades, you can use it to exercise more control over the following aspects of your car’s performance:

  • Nitrous Oxide – Unlocks at Stage 2, allowing you to choose the balance between the power and duration of your nitro burst.
  • Final Drive – With a Stage 4 Transmission upgrade, you can tinker with the gear ratio of your car.
  • Tire Pressure – With Stage 3 or better tires, air pressure comes into play to balance between acceleration and grip.

The combination of tuning factors can either add or subtract from your car’s potential, as indicated by a positive or negative number at the top of the screen next to the base PP. Again, every vehicle is different, and you can use the Dyno and Test Run options in the Tune menu to experiment.

However, there’s one very important reason to visit the tuning screen, and that’s because not all races in CSR Racing 2 are created equal. Most are a quarter-mile, where being quickest off the line is key. Other races go a half-mile, and then it’s a good idea to sacrifice some initial acceleration for more top speed (since there’s time to build up to it).

We’ll go even further and say you will lose half-mile races if you don’t tune your car specifically for them. Check out the Final Drive once you have that option, and be sure to use the Dyno to see what impact changes make to your top speed.

Squad … er, Crew Goals

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The big social addition to CSR Racing 2 comes in the form of crews. Like alliances or clans from other games, crews allow groups of players to work together toward common goals, earning perks that benefit all members.

Currently, there’s really no downside to joining a crew. While the goals are separated into “seasons” that span a few days, there’s no specific time you need to be online to contribute like in some games, and the goals are so general in most cases (like number of races, money earned, etc.) that simply playing the game tends to help the crew in some way.

Thus, even if you’re not usually a joiner, you’ll probably want to make an exception for crews. Just trust us on this.

Go Live

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A really interesting aspect to CSR2 is the ability to face off against other human racers in live head-to-head multiplayer. No need for any asynchronous foolishness here.

While it might be intimidating to step up and take on other players, it’s definitely worth checking out. Win streaks in Live Races are among the best ways to have shots at rare cars, and you don’t lose anything (but some pride, one supposes) for losing a race in that mode.

Also, while you can wager in-game cash on Live Races, you don’t have to do so. In fact, money is only at stake from your personal stash if you agree to it. Give it a shot and see how you do, because you might surprise yourself.

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Disney Crossy Road: Finding Dory Update – Secret Hidden Character Unlock Guide

30 Jun
The Finding Dory update has finally hit Disney Crossy Road, and with it come a whole lost of new characters/figurines. The most desirable of these, of course, are the secret hidden characters that come with each one of these updates. There are a total of 40 new characters in the game, and many of them […]

Civilization 6 video takes a look Builders which have replaced Workers

30 Jun

In Civilization 6, players will be able to make their land better by using Builders.

The video above gives us the first look at the Builders, which have replaced Workers from previous Civilization games.

In prior games, improvements were made by the Workers and it took multiple turns to construct. Builders are a civilian unit which the player builds in their cities. They will have a number of charges before they disband.

Most have three charges, which means the players can use them three times to build an improvement. Players will need to plan carefully when choosing when to use the Builders and which improvements to create.

The good thing though, is Builders make these improvements instantly. The player will no longer need to wait on multiple turns for construction to finish as with Workers.

Civilization 6 players will also have to carefully choose where they build expansions, as tiles on the map have become more important than ever.

Give the video above a watch to learn more about Builders, and if you want more information, Alex Donaldson posted his impressions of the game after playing around with it at E3 2016. You can give that a read through the link.

Civilization 6 is available for pre-order now and will be released worldwide on October 21 for $59.99/£49.99/€59.99.

Xbox Summer Sale to be Announced On Friday?

30 Jun

A user (insider) at NeoGAF has let slip that apparently the Xbox Summer Sale will be announced this Friday, opening up Xbox’s own summer sale event. It will be the fourth to begin this summer from various outlets, including Good Old Games, Steam, and Playstation. The Xbox sale will likely have big discounts on a […]

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New Video Shows Off Scalebound RPG Elements

30 Jun

A new video on YouTube has unveiled some Scalebound RPG elements, which include equipping yourself and your dragon friend Thuban with weapons and armor, changing Thuban’s appearance, and more. The gameplay, recorded from a Nico Nico livestream, is still pre-alpha footage, but hopefully we won’t have much longer to wait. In addition to being able […]

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The Witcher 3 Patch 1.23 for PS4 Fixes Bug Preventing Game Progression

30 Jun

The Witcher 3 patch 1.23 has finally been released on Playstation 4 by CD Projekt Red, which has finally fixed a bug in the game that was preventing progression by players. The patch is only 68 megabytes, so it shouldn’t take too long to download so that players can start playing Blood and Wine, the […]

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Final Fantasy 15 pre-order and Special Edition DLC shown in latest ATR

30 Jun

During its Final Fantasy 15 Active Time Report today, Square Enix touched upon extra content included in the Special Edition of the game, and pre-order bonuses.

Today’s stream recapped the E3 2016 Active Time Report, which showed the items included in the various editions.

If you missed either ATR, Gematsu has you covered.

Here’s what was shown along with which retailer offers which pre-order bonus:

  • “Cindy Edition” Regalia Car Coloring – GEO
  • “Golden Chocobo Edition” Regalia Coloring – Game Tsutaya and Tsutaya Online Shopping
  • “Final Fantasy 14 Model Gae Bolg” Weapon – Amazon Japan
  • “Final Fantasy 13 Model Blaze Edge” Weapon – 7-Eleven and 7-Net Shopping
  • “Final Fantasy 9 Model Mage Masher” Weapon – Square Enix e-Store

Items shown for the Deluxe Edition, Ultimate Collector’s Edition and First-Print are below:

  • Deluxe Edition and Ultimate Collector’s Edition – “Platinum Leviathan Edition” Regalia Coloring
  • First-Print and Early Download Bonus – “Final Fantasy XV Original Masamune” Weapon
  • Download Version Exclusive – “Pixel Character Edition” Regalia Coloring
  • Deluxe Edition and Ultimate Collector’s Edition – “Lucis Kingdom Suit” Outfit (Noctis-only)

You can see the aforementioned items for yourself in the ATR above, starting at 32:45.

Those who pre-order will also be able to play A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy 15, which is a side-scrolling action game.

A  VR experience will also be available in the PlayStation 4 version of the game.

Final Fantasy 15 releases for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30.

Hitman’s fifth Elusive Target arrives in Marrakesh tomorrow

30 Jun

The next Elusive Target in Hitman will arrive in Marrakesh tomorrow.

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Starting at 5am PT/8am ET/1pm UK, The Gunrunner will be in the area for 72 hours.

This is the fifth Elusive Target, which means if you completely the previous four, you will unlock the Hitman Absolution Signature Suit complete with ICA tie pin and black leather gloves.

Grab all ten Elusive Targets and you will earn the snazzy Blood Money suit.

As usual, intel is limited, the target do not appear in Instinct mode, or the mini map.

Players have until July 4 at5am PT/8am ET/1pm UK. So, go get him. You won’t get a second chance.

FIFA 17’s The Journey Promises a Lot For Fans

30 Jun

FIFA 17’s The Journey was first announced at EA’s E3 press conference. It revealed a new addition to the FIFA franchise, a story mode that wasn’t just about your team’s career. When the game releases, you will be playing as up-and-coming football player Alex Hunter as you try to make it to the top of […]

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Overwatch Competitive Play Now Live On Xbox One

30 Jun

If you’re one of the many eager players that have been waiting for Overwatch competitive play to arrive, now’s your chance to take part. The new game mode has finally gone live on Xbox One after months of waiting, and it’s likely we won’t have to wait long to also see it on Playstation 4 […]

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Team South America shows of their moves in latest The King of Fighters 14 video

30 Jun

Members of Team South America are featured in this new The King of Fighters 14 video.

The team consists of self-trained ninja Bandeiras Hattori; boxing prodigy Nelson; and Zarina who makes use of an acrobatic Capoeira fighting style.

Zarina also brings her pet toucan Coco along for the ride.

The King of Fighters 14 is a PlayStation 4 exclusive and will be released on August 23 in North America and August 26 in Europe.

Rumor: Russian Hackers Cracked Denuvo, Have Pirated Rise of the Tomb Raider

30 Jun

There’s a rumor floating around that Russian hackers cracked Denuvo anti-piracy software, if rumors told by the hackers in question are in fact true. The hackers in this case targeted the game Rise of the Tomb Raider, the sequel to the hit 2013 “Tomb Raider” re-imagining. While it took them nearly a year since the […]

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Umbrella Corps (PS4)

30 Jun

It’s an exciting time to be a Resident Evil fan. Between the surprise announcement of Resident Evil VII a couple of weeks ago, the Revelation series, and all of the HD re-releases, there’s plenty of Resident Evil to go around. The mainline series seems to be going back to its horror roots, but Capcom hasn’t forgotten about those who like the action-heavy titles and has now released a team-based competitive shooter in the form of Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps. It comes as no surprise that Capcom hopes to jump into the competitive shooter scene given how the Street Fighter community has grown in recent years, it’s just too bad the Umbrella Corps needs a lot of work.

Narrative isn’t always a focus for competitive shooters, and Umbrella Corps is really no different, but there is some semblance of a plot given that it fits into the Resident Evil universe. Set two years have Resident Evil 6, corporations similar to Umbrella with biotechnology divisions dedicated to recreating the T-Virus have discovered locations filled with Umbrella secrets and research. As a mercenary in service to one of these corporations, it’s your job to explore the zombie infested sites and collect valuable DNA samples and other artifacts while fighting off rival mercenaries.

Though obviously not quite grandiose as other Resident Evil games, the plot works well enough and is fully explored in the game’s short single player campaign, called The Experiment, and even hints at a possible return of a long-time series character. The narrative is a nice addition to the Resident Evil lore, albeit a minor one.

Like previous games in the series, Umbrella Corps is a third person shooter, but utilizes a more tactical approach with its competitive 3v3 setup. One thing that’s really noticeable right from the beginning is how close the camera is zoomed in over the shoulder, almost as if you were standing cheek to cheek with your merc. It definitely adds to the game’s intensity and feels more first-person like, since you won’t be able to see behind you like you can in other third person games. It takes some getting used to and even then still feels slightly odd since the button placement to quickly snap around is not optimal.

Once you’ve gotten used to the controls, you’ll realize that gameplay is pretty standard third person shooter action, though there are a couple of additions. Weaponry ranges the typical modern shooter repertoire, including many different types of guns and explosives which are unlocked as you progress your rank through multiplayer matches. More XP can be gained for more advanced or flashier kills, like lunging with an axe or using zombies to help in the carnage.

Rather than just a typical knife for a melee weapon, each mercenary is equipped with a climber’s axe that’s been modified to allow for powerful, one-hit-kill lunge attacks, as well as being able to scale most walls. Running around like a madman hacking zombies and mercenaries alike is a lot of fun, but not so much when the whole team does it and you get dropped like flies. Matters are made worse by the fact its hitbox is very broken and can be taken complete advantage of (characters will stutter and lag if targeted by someone’s axe).

Another interesting piece of equipment is the zombie jammer that every merc gets. The jammer keeps zombies from noticing you unless you actively attack them. Once your jammer gets destroyed, however, mayhem sets in and you become the prime target for every infected in the area. This is the only real tactical aspect of the game, as you’ll have to make sure to keep your jammer in-tact during a firefight. If it does get destroyed and you’re lucky enough, you can loot one off a dead merc.

Besides that, the action is too fast and becomes too chaotic for much in the way of strategy, especially with everyone exploiting the axe lunge. While the axe is devastatingly entertaining and the jammer and attacking zombies give the game an interesting spin, Umbrella Corps’ gameplay quickly becomes stale as it struggles to break the mould.

Three modes are available as of right now, one being single player (The Experiment), and the others being the two kinds of multiplayer matches. The Experiment is essentially a way to get the player acquainted with how mission objectives work and generally is practice for multiplayer. The two multiplayer modes are where most of your time will be spent, one being single life death match and the other being objective based with respawns.

Both modes are played on the same maps, which include many famous Resident Evil locales, like Raccoon City and one of the Antarctic bases. They’re a bit on the small side, even for a 3v3 shooter, but they are designed well with many different avenues to exploit, so you can climb house walls to reach rooftops or use grates to crawl under the floorboards. Yet, even with a good number of creatively designed levels and maneuverability options, it’s hard to look past the wholly mediocre gameplay and miniscule amount of modes. It also doesn’t help that the community is already small and dwindling, so it takes a bit longer than you’d like to find a match.

Different from other Resident Evil games, Umbrella Corps is not the prettiest and has plenty of rough edges. Where the levels look great, characters and zombies, especially the dogs, look a bit jagged. Even the special zombies that pop up during objective play aren’t quite up to snuff, and some of the masks that let you look like characters from the series have creepy thousand mile death stares. When characters are killed by an axe, it passes through polygons like the N64 days. All told, it’s by no means up to par with any of the recent Resident Evils. Even though there is minimal voice acting, it’s just as hammy as every other game in the series, and I wouldn’t expect (or want) any less. It certainly fits the bill of a budget title.

Capcom is trying to keep all of its Resident Evil fans happy. Those that clamored for years for more survival horror seem to be getting their wish with Resident Evil 7. Others who may actually like the more action oriented style of play the series has adopted in recent years are unfortunately forced to hop into Umbrella Corps. The makings for a fun game are there, it just needs a lot more work before it gets there. 

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Street Fighter 5: get a look at Story Mode and the new fighters in this video

30 Jun

Tomorrow, Capcom will release the content pack formerly known as the June Update for Street Fighter 5.

It includes the story mode A Shadow Falls and fighters Ibuki and Balrog. Story mode will be available to all players for free, and all released post-launch characters can be acquired using Fight Money.

The cinematic story, A Shadow Falls, is divided into five acts which take place between Street Fighter 3 and Street Fighter 4, depicting the battle between the evil Shadaloo organization and the World Warriors.

During story mode, players will use each of the core 16 characters and the six released and three unreleased 2016 DLC characters. Each will make their own contribution in battle during the mode.

As announced last week, fighters Balrog and Ibuki arrive tomorrow with A Shadow Falls.

The update also includes an upgraded in-game currency shop, matchmaking improvements, new costumes and more.

Here’ the list:

  • New stages – Balrog’s Las Vegas stage and Karin’s Kanzuki Family Private Beach stage are brand new and will be available to purchase using Fight Money or real currency. Additionally, three new alternate stage options will become available.
  • New costume options – Premium Battle Costumes for all 20 released characters, as well as Karin’s Premium Summer Costume, will be available to purchase using real currency. Balrog and Ibuki’s Story Costumes will be purchasable using either Fighter Money or real currency.
  • In-game Currency Shop – The in-game store will be upgraded with the PlayStation Store and Steam real money purchase options, for their respective platform. For players who want to purchase content like new characters, stages and costumes outright without using Fight Money, the process will be familiar with purchases happening through the established first party infrastructures.
  • Matchmaking improvements – Faster and smarter matching, resulting in higher quality matches and a better online experience overall.

Pricing for the extra Street Fighter 5 content is as follows:

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Servers will be brought down in support of the new content update today at the following times: 2pm PT/5pm ET/10pm UK/11pm CET.

The update will go live tomorrow, July 1 at 12am PT/3am ET/8am UK/9am CET.

A set of Balrog images along with artwork for Urien and Juri are below.

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Street Fighter V Gets ‘A Shadow Falls’ Cinematic Story Release Trailer

30 Jun

Capcom has released the cinematic story release trailer for Street Fighter V.

A Shadow Falls expansion releases tomorrow, July 1st for free. It releases alongside an update that adds two new playable characters: Ibuki and Balrog. There are also two new stages, costumes, in-game currency shop, and more.

You can view it below:

Here is the complete overview from Capcom:

Cinematic Story Mode

The Cinematic Story Mode must be downloaded as a separate update from the PS Store or Steam Store. All players will have to first patch Street Fighter V with the 1.04 update by logging into CFN and then download the Cinematic Story Mode update for it to be accessible in the game.

Server Maintenance

We will be conducting server maintenance starting June 30th at 14:00 PT / 10 PM BST / 11 PM CET with the update going live on July 1st at 00:00 PT (midnight) / 08:00 BST / 09:00 CET.

“A Shadow Falls”

The Street Fighter V cinematic story expansion is divided into five acts and takes place between Street Fighter IVand Street Fighter III, bridging the events that happen in between the two stories. “A Shadow Falls,” depicts the ultimate battle between the evil Shadaloo organization and the heroic World Warriors who rise up against them.  As the story unfolds, players will enter battles using each of the core 16 characters, in addition to the 6 (released and unreleased) 2016 DLC characters, each with their own unique contribution to the epic clash. “A Shadow Falls” is free content available to all players and it marks the first time in franchise history that consumers will be able to play through this type of cinematic experience in a Street Fighter game. The epic battle between good and evil begins soon… who will RISE UP?

Balrog

Announced earlier this week, Balrog is one of the most iconic characters in Street Fighter history, first appearing as a boss character in Street Fighter II.  He’s always been one of the most vicious characters to ever appear in the series, using his devastating boxing style and questionable tactics to do whatever it takes to win a fight. Balrog’s playstyle in Street Fighter V puts the focus on his powerful punches, and with the use of his V-Trigger, he can chain these attacks together to deal some serious damage.

Ibuki

Also being added to the SFV roster, Ibuki is a very tricky, technical character with loads of new ninjutsu tricks up her sleeve. Ibuki is a mobile character with various target combos, but now she has even more ways to mix-up the opponent with the ability to glide through the air and toss out ninja bombs, making it very difficult to predict where she will land and where her next attack will come from.

In addition to “A Shadow Falls” and the next two characters, the update will also include:

  • New stages – Balrog’s Las Vegas stage and Karin’s Kanzuki Family Private Beach stage are brand new and will be available to purchase using Fight Money or real currency. Additionally, three new alternate stage options will become available.
  • New costume options – Premium Battle Costumes for all 20 released characters, as well as Karin’s Premium Summer Costume, will be available to purchase using real currency. Balrog and Ibuki’s Story Costumes will be purchasable using either Fighter Money or real currency.
  • In-game Currency Shop – The in-game store will be upgraded with the PlayStation Store and Steam real money purchase options, for their respective platform. For players who want to purchase content like new characters, stages and costumes outright without using Fight Money, the process will be familiar with purchases happening through the established first party infrastructures.
  • Matchmaking improvements – Faster and smarter matching, resulting in higher quality matches and a better online experience overall.

The pricing for the extra Street Fighter V content is as follows:

                                                                       Fight Money                  Real Currency

New Characters

                           100,000

 $ 5.99 / € 5.99 / £ 4.99

New Stages

                             70,000

 $ 3.99 / € 3.99 / £ 3.29

Alternate Stages

                             40,000

 $ 1.99 / € 1.99 / £ 1.69

Story Costumes

                             40,000

 $ 1.99 / € 1.99 / £ 1.69

Premium Costumes (Battle and Summer)

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 $ 3.99 / € 3.99 / £ 3.29

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Pok�mon Sun & Moon New Trailer Reveals New Pok�mon

30 Jun

The Pokemon Company has released a new trailer for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon that shows off new Pokémon.

You can view it below:

Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are due out November 18th for the Nintendo 3DS.

A life-long and avid gamer, William D’Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let’s Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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