1. Pokemon Go Celebrates Second Anniversary With A Special Pikachu

    Niantic's phenomenally popular mobile game Pokemon Go is celebrating its second anniversary this month, and the developer is commemorating the occasion in a number of ways. First, series mascot Pikachu and its pre-evolved form, Pichu, will appear much more frequently from July 6-31, and players will even have a chance to catch a special version of the Electric mouse for a limited time.
  2. Sunglasses-wearing Squirtle Coming to Pokémon Go

    Remember how, in the original Pokémon anime, the absolute coolest characters were the Squirtle Squad? They were a pack of BAMFs who tagged every wall they could find, wore sunglasses inside and at night, and basically gave zero craps about anything and anyone.
  3. The Walking Dead: Our World Release Date Revealed

    The Walking Dead: Our World was announced about a year ago, and now the mobile AR game has a release date. The game will release on July 12 on both iOS and Android, and will offer a Pokemon Go-style experience where you roam the neighborhood to play--except, of course, you'll be fighting zombies instead of catching pocket monsters.
  4. Pokemon Quest Out For Free On Mobile

    Pokemon Quest, the free-to-play RPG that was surprise-released for Nintendo Switch last month, is now available on mobile as well. You can find it for the low cost of zero dollars on the iOS and Android stores.
  5. Pokemon Go Rotates Lunatone And Solrock For Summer Solstice

    There's no better way to celebrate the longest day of the year than with region-specific Pokemon. As of the summer solstice, Hoenn's Rock and Psychic-types Lunatone and Solrock have swapped regions in Pokemon Go.
  6. Pokemon Go Trading Feature Now Live, But Only For Some

    Niantic finally has fulfilled its long-held promise, and right before Pokemon Go Fest too. You can now trade Pokemon with your friends in Pokemon Go. But there's a catch--you have to be highly levelled to access the feature.
  7. Pokemon Go Adds New Legendary Pokemon

    A new Legendary has begun appearing in Pokemon Go. Regice, one of the three Legendary titans originally from Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, can now be found at Gyms around the world as a Raid Battle, where it will appear until July 19.
  8. Pokemon Go July Community Day Details Announced

    June's Pokemon Go Community Day is now in the rear-view mirror, and developer Niantic has shared the first details on next month's event. July's Community Day is scheduled to take place during the first weekend of the month, on July 8, and features another popular starter Pokemon from the Kanto region: Squirtle.
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    Pokémon GO Update Brings Trading and More

    An update will go live for Pokémon Go users this week, Niantic announced. The update is one of the game’s biggest ever, adding features that many current and former players have anticipated since Pokémon Go’s 2016 launch: trading and a friends list.
  10. New Pokemon Go Water Festival Event Going On Now

    Pokemon Go's Adventure Week event may be over, but a new in-game event is now underway for a limited time. From now until June 21, players will be able to take part in the returning Water Festival, which offers a variety of bonuses, along with another chance to catch a powerful Legendary Pokemon.
  11. Fortnite Mobile Update Adds Voice Chat

    You no longer have to suffer (or win) in silence, as Fortnite has added voice chat on mobile devices. The new option is available in the Settings menu, which will let you push-to-talk with party members. Fortnite is available on iOS devices, with an Android version forthcoming.
  12. Pokemon Go June 2018 Community Day Details Announced

    May's Pokemon Go Community Day may be over, but Niantic has already announced details for next month's event. The sixth Community Day will take place on Saturday, June 16, and it'll feature the rare Rock-type Pokemon Larvitar.
  13. Dragon Ball Legends Out Now

    After two closed betas and releases in other regions, Dragon Ball Legends is now officially available for Android users in the US and Europe. Developer Bandai Namco says other regions will be getting the game soon, too, and an iOS launch isn't far off either.
  14. PUBG Mobile players can now head to Miramar

    Miramar, the desert-themed map in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, arrives in PUBG Mobile today, thanks to the game’s new 0.5.0 update.
  15. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery finds a way to incorporate Death Eaters

    Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery takes place seven years before Harry even learns he’s a wizard and heads to wizarding’s most prestigious school.