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  1. Gaming

    Pokémisers, Rejoice! Pokémon Bank Is Already Available In Europe

    If you've been waiting patiently for the release of Pokémon Bank since the North American and European release were first delayed past their original December 27th date, then you might be in luck. Apparently the 3DS software has just been made available in Europe, as well as Australia and New Zealand.

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  2. Gaming

    That Bug In Your Pokémon Game’s Finally Been Fixed With The Latest Patch

    Good news, Pokémon trainers! You can finally save in Lumiose City now! Well, not immediately, of course -- you have to download the patch software to your 3DS first. But after two weeks of having to leave the city walls to save so your files won't get corrupted, it's worth the hassle.

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  3. Gaming

    Watch 10 Minutes of Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate for PS Vita Gameplay [Video]

    Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate is the Nintendo 3DS and PS Vita spin-off of Batman: Arkham Origins. Watch the video for a walkthrough of gameplay to see how Armature Studios translated the much anticipated console game to the portable format.

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  4. Gaming

    Orange and Teal Limited Edition 3DS XLs Are Coming to Japan

    Damn it, Japan gets all the coolest stuff before we do. Oh sure, Nintendo is a Japanese company and it would make sense for them to unveil these new limited edition 3DS XL there before anywhere else. But still. Why do we have to play Pokémon in an old and busted device instead of the new hotness?

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  5. Gaming

    5 Of The Biggest Changes X and Y Bring To The Pokémon Franchise

    If you haven't played a Pokémon game since Red/Blue (or even Silver/Gold), then you're probably wondering what all the fuss is about with the new Pokemon X and Y. "Don't they just recycle the same boring gameplay with new weird-looking monsters?" you've probably asked. Lies! This one is different, and here's how.

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  6. Gaming

    Super Smash Bros. Fans Start Petition for Playable Reggie Fils-Aime

    Some Nintendo fans have banded together to bring their very specific new character desire to the upcoming Super Smash Bros. producer Masahiro Sakurai's attention: Nintendo of America's President and COO, Reggie Fils-Aime. They've started both a petition and a Twitter trend to get him in the game. No Iwata petition? Come on guys, step it up.

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  7. Gaming

    Stalk Market Graph Generator Makes Charting Animal Crossing Turnip Prices Ridiculously Cute

    The Stalk Market isn't as complicated as any actual stock market, of course, but that doesn't make it any less a source of derision and frustration for some Animal Crossing: New Leaf fans. Now with this handy chart creator by Devon Baumgarten, you can track the turnip prices in your fictional town with ease. Just don't get so excited about tracking the prices that you forget and let them die! Stupid perishable currency.

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  8. Gaming

    10 Reasons Why Now is the Best Time to Buy a Nintendo 3DS

    The Nintendo 3DS finally has an absolutely fantastic lineup, and a number of those are JRPGs -- that's Japanese role-playing games. Sure, the PlayStation Vita’s got versions of Final Fantasy X, X-2, and Persona 4, and iOS has ports of almost all of Square's major 2D RPGs. But this year the 3DS is swimming in a pile of JRPG gold, like some kind of electronic, two-screened Scrooge McDuck. The 3DS has become the place for new ideas in JRPGs, and this summer is especially an amazing time for them. That's why we've compiled nine games that are each a very good reason to pick a 3DS up, if you haven't already.

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  9. Gaming

    Nintendo Announces The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Sequel

    Okay, let's all just take a moment to catch our breath. You're probably reading this thinking, "Is this a joke? Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?" Well, it's no joke, people. Nintendo's officially announced that they're releasing a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, one of the most beloved video games of all time. It's kind of a big deal.

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  10. Gaming

    Searching for Pokémon X on Google Leads to Porn, Because Of Course It Does

    Futilely wishing that this development won't be used as more justification for the misinformed anti-video game agendas of parent groups and law makers worldwide, children in Britain were met with the most unexpected of search results when scouring Google for anything related to the next installment in the Pokémon game franchise, Pokémon X: Links to a hardcore pornography website. Parents across the country no doubt spat out gallons of tea in shocked reaction to their children seeing what cannot be unseen, with many reaffirming that the Internet still has a way to go in regards to blocking minors from inadvertently stumbling upon unwholesome content.

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  11. Gaming

    Pokémon X and Pokémon Y Announced for Nintendo 3DS

    Ladies and gentlemen, this is not a drill: A new set of Pokémon titles have been announced. Nintendo's officially pulled back the veil on Pokémon X and Pokémon Y for the Nintendo 3DS. That's not the unexpected part, though. What is somewhat unexpected is the fact that both games will be launching worldwide in October 2013. The same month it launches in Japan, it'll launch in North America.

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  12. Gaming

    The Adventure Time 3DS Game is Everything You Always Loved

    The newest teaser trailer for Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd you steal our garbage?! showcases that the game will be cribbing heavily from its forerunners. With side-scrolling straight out of Mega Man and what looks like a Legend of Zelda-inspired overworld, the Nintendo 3DS game is liable to sate the desire of many folks who've been waiting for a new game in the old style. And, of course, those who just can't get enough Adventure Time will love it regardless.

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  13. Gaming

    Upgrade Your Nintendo 3DS’s Sound With This Contraption

    Of the variety of things one might find to complain about in regards to the Nintendo 3DS, the sound doesn't immediately come to mind. It's not great sound, mind, but there are a litany of things that are more obvious. Thanks to one intrepid inventor, however, you are now just a series of tubes, clips and metal funnels away from awesome sound.

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  14. Gaming

    Nintendo Defends the Indefensible, the Kid Icarus: Uprising Control Scheme

    As someone who recently and happily received a brand new Cobalt Black Nintendo 3DS for his birthday along with Kid Icarus: Uprising, coupled with my longstanding frustration with Nintendo, seeing Kid Icarus creator Masahiro Sakurai come out and defend the game's awful, awful control scheme couldn't be more frustrating. I've been wanting to write about my experience with the controls for a while, and seeing Sakurai defend what is one of the worst control schemes of all time certainly provides a good opening.

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  15. Gaming

    The Nintendo 3DS Now Has a Stand, Making it Less Portable Than Ever

    The Nintendo 3DS isn't as portable as one would think a portal gaming machine would be. Sure, you can physically move it around when playing it, and you can easily bring it somewhere without detaching it from your entertainment center and stuffing it into a big duffel bag like you'd have to do with a console, but if you want to actually use the 3D feature -- the whole point of the handheld -- you can't actually move the unit or your head around, or else the screen will be rendered visually indecipherable. Now, with the Japanese release of Kid Icarus: Uprising, the Nintendo 3DS will make use of a stand. That's right, a thing you plop down on a table, then attach the 3DS to while, amusingly for people who don't actually have to use it, actually holding the unit anyway.

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