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Post #1
22 Nov 2017 11:29 PM
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The sales figures for the debut week of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon for Japan have been announced. The games debuted at the top of the charts taking the first and second spots. The games absolutely crushed Star Wars Battlefront II which also was released on the same day.

1. [3DS] Pokémon Ultra Sun / Ultra Moon (Nintendo, 11/17/17) – 667,439 (New)
2. [3DS] Pokémon Ultra Sun / Ultra Moon Double Pack (Nintendo, 11/17/17) – 247,782 (New)
3. [NSW] Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo, 10/27/17) – 62,024 (714,308)
4. [PS4] Star Wars Battlefront II (Deluxe Edition Included) (EA, 11/17/17) – 38,769 (New)

Source: http://www.4gamer.net/games/117/G011794/20171122074/
Post #2
22 Nov 2017 12:54 AM
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Niantic has posted a detailed blog post on the Official Pokémon GO website detailing the upcoming changes to the Raid Battle feature.


Developer Insights: An Update on Raid Battles

Trainers, We greatly appreciate all the feedback you’ve shared with us about the Raid Battle feature over the past few months. We’ve been carefully reviewing your feedback and will be making a few changes to the feature in response. These improvements will not require you to update your app, but they will impact your gameplay. Below are a few notes detailing the changes as well as a few comments from our development team:

  • EX Raid Battle changes
    • EX Raid Battles will take place most commonly at Gyms found in parks and sponsored locations.
    • Trainers with a high-level Gym Badge are more likely to be invited to EX Raid Battles taking place at that Gym.
    • Trainers who have completed a larger number of Raid Battles are more likely to be invited to EX Raid Battles.
    • EX Raid Battle start times now take into account popular Raid Battle times at that Gym.
    • Trainers invited to EX Raid Battles will receive an in-game notification if the EX Raid Battle is canceled.
    • Trainers will receive Stardust and Premium Raid Passes when an EX Raid Battle is canceled.
Developer Comments: Over the course of the EX Raid Battle field test, much of the feedback we received was focused around how Trainers are chosen to participate in EX Raid Battles. When the feature first entered field-testing, the system randomly selected a set of Trainers who were eligible for the EX Raid Battle. By taking Gym Badge level and total Raid Battles completed into account, we’re able to give Trainers who actively engage with the Gym where the EX Raid Battle is taking place and those who have invested more time into the Raid Battle feature a better chance of being invited to participate.

We also wanted to address some feedback we received about the timing and locations of EX Raid Battles. First, we’re taking popular Raid Battle times at the Gyms where the EX Raid Battle is taking place into account to help ensure many of the people who are invited will be able to participate. The reason we decided to have EX Raid Battles primarily take place at Gyms located in parks and at sponsored locations is to ensure the locations are easily accessible to Trainers in the area. Over time, we’ll explore hosting EX Raid Battles at more locations, but we want to first make sure those locations are also easily accessible.

We think each of these changes will have a positive impact on Trainers around the world. With the implementation of these features, we’ll be removing the field-test label and considering this the official launch of the EX Raid Battle feature. While the EX Raid Battle field test is coming to a close, we’ll continue to monitor your feedback and look to make more improvements, as we do with all Pokémon GO features.

  • Raid Battle changes
    • Trainers will now receive Golden Razz Berries for completing Raid Battles.
    • The numbers of Potions and Revives awarded to Trainers for completing a Raid Battle will decrease slightly, but the quality of Potions will increase.
    • The likelihood of receiving Fast and Charged Technical Machines for completing a Tier 3 or higher Raid Battle has increased.
    • Trainers will now receive Stardust for participating in a Raid Battle, whether they win or lose.
    • Magikarp will make a triumphant return to Tier 1 Raid Battles.
Developer Comments: We want Trainers to walk away from Raid Battles feeling like they’ve earned some amazing rewards, even if the Raid Boss flees. To help make this more of a reality, we’ve made adjustments to the quality of items Trainers receive after defeating a Raid Boss. The addition of Stardust rewards for participating in a Raid Battle will help Trainers continue to power up the Pokémon they need to take on even more powerful Raid Bosses.

Source: https://pokemongolive.com/en/post/novdevupdate-raids
Post #3
21 Nov 2017 01:37 AM
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Pokémon players and fans from around the globe gathered at London’s ExCeL centre from November 17th to 19th, 2017 for the 2018 season Pokémon Europe International Championships. High resolution pictures from the press release have been added to an Imageboard thread.

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Winners crowned at the Pokémon Europe International Championships

Pokémon players and fans from around the globe gathered at London’s ExCeL centre from 17–19 November 2017 for the 2018 season Pokémon Europe International Championships. Playing competitively in both the Pokémon Trading Card Game and the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon video games, they battled valiantly across three days to find out who would take the titles across a number of categories.

European champions, alongside other successful attendees from around the world, boosted their Championships Points with the aim of securing a place at the 2018 Pokémon World Championships.

The final list of winners from the weekend is as follows:

Video Game Junior Division Top 4:
Champion: Justin Miranda-Radbord (CA)
Finalist: Erik Minniti (IT)
Semifinalist: Riccardo Cantrell (IT)
Semifinalist: Bilel Lakehal (FR)

Video Game Senior Division Top 4:
Champion: James Evans (USA)
Finalist: Thomas Gianola (IT)
Semifinalist: Victor Medina (ES)
Semifinalist: Benjamin Moxon (UK)

Video Game Masters Division Top 4:
Champion: Simone Sanvito (IT)
Finalist: Alex Gomez (ES)
Semifinalist: Davide Cauteruccio (IT)
Semifinalist: Carson Confer (USA)

Trading Card Game Junior Division Top 4:
Champion: Daniel Rosas (USA)
Finalist: Christopher Kaas (DK)
Semifinalist: Joao Gabriel Pentwado (BR)
Semifinalist: Maxence Feuillard (FR)

Trading Card Game Senior Division Top 4:
Champion: Owyn Kamerman (NL)
Finalist: Preston Ellis (USA)
Semifinalist: Connor Pedersen (USA)
Semifinalist: Raymond Long (CA)

Trading Card Game Masters Division Top 4:
Champion: Tord Reklev (NO)
Finalist: Zakary Krekeler (USA)
Semifinalist: Christopher Schemanske (USA)
Semifinalist: Michael Long (CA)
This post was last edited 21 Nov 2017 01:50 AM by Sunain
Post #4
21 Nov 2017 12:11 AM
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A new news article has been posted!
Niantic has announced the Pokémon GO Travel and the Global Catch Challenge which aims to get players to catch 3 billion Pokémon in a week!

Pokémon GO Travel and the Global Catch Challenge

Trainers, Ever since Pokémon GO launched, we've loved hearing stories of Trainers venturing abroad and playing together with new friends from different countries. That's what inspired us to create Pokémon GO Travel, a new video series to see the world through the eyes of a Pokémon Trainer. To kick things off, Pokémon GO Travel is taking a diverse group of Trainers from around the world to Japan to host our first-ever Global Catch Challenge.

Join us as we discover new places, meet new people, and work together in an attempt to catch 3 billion Pokémon in just 7 days. Play along with IHasCupquake, Coisa de Nerd, and Rachel Quirico as they learn more about Japanese culture, inspire the world to play together, and update you on the amazing rewards the community unlocks along the way.

Potential rewards and bonuses include:


Stock up on Poké Balls, Trainers. The Global Catch Challenge starts now and concludes with a special celebration at the Pokémon GO Safari Zone event in Tottori, Japan, on November 26.

We can’t wait to take you along on this amazing adventure and hear what you think about the Pokémon GO Travel tour. We’ll be posting daily updates on Rachel, Tiffany, Gabi, and Leon’s adventures and are curious to see your updates, too! On a trip? Venturing to a new part of town? Share your #PokemonGOtravel story with us this week on your favorite social media channels.

YouTube Video - Announcing Pokémon GO Travel and the Global Catch Challenge


Twitter Post - @PokemonGoApp - Nov 20, 2017

Post #5
20 Nov 2017 11:17 AM
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On November 19th, 2017, a new update for Pokémon Bank became available bring it to version 1.4 and it requires 516 blocks. The update now supports Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon.

Pokémon Bank Version 1.4 Notes:

  • This update must be applied in order to use the Internet features of Pokémon Bank.
  • Save data will still be available for use after downloading the update.
  • After downloading the update, please do not delete the update data. Update data can be viewed in the "Downloadable Content" area of the Data Management menu.
  • Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon are now supported.

Source: http://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13323/~/how-to-update-the-pok%C3%A9mon-bank-application

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