Month: July 2020

Pokemon Go’s latest event has now come and gone with Pokemon Go Fest wrapped this weekend, an event that went over pretty well with players even if there were some issues. Some of those problems affected the habitat blocks set up for Pokemon Go Fest 2020 which made it more difficult for players to catch
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In a newly released video, PQube and Vewo Interactive have revealed how the monster-catching process will work in the upcoming title Nexomon: Extinction. The game bears a number of similarities to the Pokemon franchise, but Nexomon: Extinction‘s catching process has some notable differences. Like that franchise, Nexomon tasks players with battling creatures in turn-based settings.
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The second season of Krypton, the short-lived but much-loved Syfy series that centered on Superman’s grandfather Seg-El and his friends’ attempts to stop Brainiac from bottling the city of Kandor, is coming to DC Universe on August 11. The series debuted its first season on DC Universe before season two debuted on Syfy. The show
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Earlier today, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics revealed that the avenging archer Hawkeye will be the first post-launch character added to Marvel’s Avengers. Clint Barton has been a fan favorite throughout the history of the team, appearing in solo comics, films, an upcoming Disney+ series, and video games, so his inclusion here certainly makes a
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Aria The Crepusculo, the latest instalment in the Aria franchise, will open in Japanese cinemas in spring 2021! The movie was originally set to open this winter but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Aria The Crepusculo marks the 15th anniversary of Aria the Animation, which was adapted from Amano Kozue’s manga. Beginning in
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It’s been some time since Disney purchased 20th Century Fox and its properties, but it has yet to make any sort of official announcement regarding the future of its biggest Marvel asset from the acquisition. Ryan Reynolds‘ lucrative and acclaimed Deadpool franchise is simply waiting to be used, with the cast and crew all seemingly
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Originally released for PlayStation Portable in 2010, Fate/EXTRA marks the first RPG of the popular Fate franchise. The remake was announced as part of the celebrations for the 10th anniversary of its release. The Official Type-Moon studio BB Twitter account is also hosting a survey and inviting fans to share their memories using the #EXTRA10周年
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