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  1. Site: http://www.pokemongo.com/en-us/ | http://pokemongo.nianticlabs.com/ Price: FREE / In-App Purchases | Pokémon GO Plus: $34.99 | What is Pokémon GO? | Pokémon GO Plus | System Requirements | Updates | Welcome to the Pokémon GO Discussion Thread! Here you can discuss the game, Pokémon GO PLUS, and, show off our Pokémon collection. Get out there and Catch 'em all! Events / Important News ⚡ Raikou appearing from Research Breakthroughs starting in Aug.! 🌎 8th monthly Community Day: Aug. 11th, 2-5pm ET (Feat. Eevee) 🎁 Friends, gifting, and trading Coming Soon! 🌴 Alolan Exeggutor now appearing! N4A Trainer Whitelist *If you would like to be added, post a pic of your Trainer Name & Trainer Code or post the example below. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ex: N4A Name | Trainer Name | Trainer Code A: @alienboyva | alienboyva | Click Here for Code @Art_de_Cat | ArtdiCat | 7483 3472 0339 B: @blcdude1 | blcdude | 3880 7937 9699 D: @DLurkster | DLurkster | 1128 2188 8277 @Doc Brown | Digitalkarp | 3050 2025 4477 @DranSeasona | DranSeasona | 2626 3768 6669 E: @EH_STEVE | CheddaSpreada | 7439 0445 5766 @Ephraim | ??? | 9783 1635 5851 F: @Ferry | MisterFerry | 3094 0702 4801 @fuzz | ekshi | 4224 6213 2050 G: @gbwyoshi | gbwyoshi | 2375-5711-4152 @Gold | GoldenTempest | Click Here for Code I: @IU | Joe79109 | 4033 9917 0645. L: @L'Arachel | PriestessMitama | 9720 2715 6830 S: @Shadow118 | Shadow1118 | Click Here for Code @Surge135 | LtSurge135 | Click Here for Code Trailers: What is Pokémon GO? Pokémon GO is a mobile game from Nintendo, The Pokémon Company, and developed by Niantic Labs that let players go out in the real world and catch Pokémon. The game uses various geo-cached points in which a Pokémon may appear at. Depending on where you are/live different Pokémon will appear. Ex: Water Pokémon will appear near rivers, lakes, and oceans. During their journey, players will come across Poké Stops, in which they can collect free items and gyms in which they can battle at (*Note* battling is very basic and is not to be expect to be like the in main Pokémon games). In a future update players will be given the ability to trade with others. For a good idea of how the game works, Check out Nintendo's E3 discussion with the devs of the game (see spoiler below). *Note game requires Internet (mobile data/Wi-Fi) and location services* More Screens: http://imgur.com/a/WKiC2 Pokémon GO Plus is a device created by Nintendo that lets players enjoy the game while freeing their eyes from their phone. The device connects to your phone via low energy Bluetooth and will flash and vibrate when a Pokémon or Poké Stop is near by, so you can catch Pokémon or collect items without the need to use your phone. *Please Note* Pokémon GO Plus currently only uses Poké Balls and when connected, will enable the game to run in the background. With the game running in the background you can do other things on your phone or turn the screen off, while still being notified of nearby pokémon, PokéStops, and track your distance. Pokémon GO Plus Quick Start Guide: Misc. Pics: *More in spoiler below* Videos: System Requirements Pokémon GO: Android Android 4.4 to Android 6.0.1 (Android N will not supported until the official Android release) Preferred resolution of 720x1280 pixels (Not optimized for tablet) Strong internet connection (Wi-Fi, 3G, or 4G) GPS and Location Services Intel CPUs are not supported iOS iPhone 5+ iOS 8+ Strong internet connection (Wi-Fi, 3G, or 4G) GPS and Location Services Jailbroken devices are not supported Link: https://support.pokemongo.nianticlabs.com/hc/en-us/articles/221958248-Supported-devices Pokémon GO Plus: iOS Compatible with iPhone® 5 / 5c / 5s / SE / 6 / 6s /6 Plus / 6s Plus devices with iOS Ver. 8–9 installed. Not compatible with 5th generation iPod Touch devices or iPhone 4S or earlier iPhone devices. Compatibility with tablet devices is not guaranteed. Compatibility is not guaranteed for all devices. Android Compatible with Android devices that have 2 GB RAM or more, have Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth Ver. 4.0 or higher) capability, and have Android Ver. 4.4–6.0 installed. Not compatible with Android devices that use Intel Atom processors. Compatibility with tablet devices is not guaranteed. Application may not run on certain devices even if they have compatible OS versions installed. Notes It is recommended to play while connected to a 3G/4G network in order to obtain accurate location information. Compatibility is not guaranteed for devices without GPS capabilities or devices that are connected only to Wi-Fi networks. Compatibility information may be changed at any time on either iOS or Android platforms. Information current as of July 13, 2016 Link: http://www.pokemongo.com/en-us/pokemon-go-plus/ Updates Latest Update(s): 3/22/2017 - Make a Splash, Trainers! 2/15/2017 - Our World Is Expanding—Over 80 More Pokémon and New Features Are Coming! 2/8/2017 - Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Us! Previous updates: 12/12/2016 - More Pokémon and a limited edition Pikachu are coming to Pokémon GO 12/8/2016 - Hello, Starbucks! 12/7/2016 - Join us in welcoming Sprint as the first Pokémon GO United States partner 12/6/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.49.1 for Android and 1.19.1 for iOS 11/30/2016 - The Nearby feature expands reach 11/21/2016 - Adjustments to the Combat Power of Various Pokémon 11/21/2016 - A Celebration to Say Thank You 11/6/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.45.0 for Android and 1.15.0 for iOS 11/2/2016 - More bonuses, more fun! Daily bonuses are coming... 10/24/2016 - Halloween is approaching... 10/23/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.43.3 for Android and 1.13.3 for iOS 10/10/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.41.2 for Android and 1.11.2 for iOS 10/6/2016 - Gym Training Just Got Easier... 10/5/2016 - Earn a New Capture Bonus to Increase the Odds of Catching Rare Pokémon 9/22/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.39.0 for Android and 1.9.0 for iOS
  2. Site: https://dragalialost.com/en/ Release Date: September 27th Price: Free (In-app purchases) Hmmm...Not sure about this one. I mean, it looks like it could be fun, but it seems like generic mobile RPG. I might give it a try when it launches.
  3. Welcome to The My Nintendo Thread! As the title suggests, this thread will be used for the discussion of everything My Nintendo related and anythign inbetween that will be of importance! From points you can earn, to the rewards you can redeem said points for, this thread will hopefully be able to solve any and all questions you may have! First things first though, you're probably asking yourself this question: What is My Nintendo? My Nintendo is the successor to the long running rewards program Club Nintendo. Like its predecessor, My Nintendo is a program that allows users to accumulate coins to acquire special rewards, such as discounts to be used on the eShop, as well as exclusive games! Nintendo Account Now before you go about taking advantage of My Nintendo, you will need a Nintendo Account, which you can create by clicking 'Nintendo Account' above. Creating a Nintendo Account is paramount and necessary before you can use these services for your benefit. Thankfully, creating a Nintendo Account is very easy and takes mere minutes to finalize! Once a Nintendo Account is created, you can link three different forms of Social Media accounts to your account: Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. The fourth and final account you are able to link is your Nintendo Network ID (NNID). Once you have created your Nintendo Account, then the fun begins. Join My Nintendo here! With your Nintendo Account created, you are now officially ready to get started with My Nintendo! Earning Points Using My Nintendo, you are able to earn "points", which can then be used to obtain discounts, exclusive games, and many more! Earning points is very simple! My Nintendo points can be obtained by completing Missions. Missions range anywhere from linking Social Media accounts to your Nintendo Account, purchasing games off of the eShop when your NNID is linked to your Nintendo Account, using smartphone apps, and more! By completing these missions, you are able to earn two main different types of points: Platinum points are earned by completing various "Missions" on Nintendo's websites, as well as Smartphone Applications (Miitomo, Super Mario Run). Objectives such as linking you Social Media accounts and logging into Nintendo websites weekly (Miiverse, eShop), as well as completing in-game Missions for Smartphone Applications, will earn your Platinum points. These points can be redeemed for exclusive digital software from My Nintendo, such as special 3DS Themes only available on My Nintendo, exclusive games, as well as a myriad of discounts, and more! Gold points are earned by purchasing digital software off of the eShop as well as from the official Nintendo Website. Gold points can also be earned by purchasing retail copies of Nintendo Switch titles. These coins are earned only by game purchases, and are not earned by purchasing Themes, DLC, or physical retail games. Gold points earned can be used for discounts towards purchases on the eShop. There is also the chance that you will have a code that can be redeemed for points. If that is the case, go to My Nintendo, and click 'Menu' on the top-left of the screen. While in the dropdown menu, you will see a 'Redeem a point code' option; click/press that. Once there, enter your 16-digit code, and you'll then be on your way! If that doesn't work for you: on the Main Page, there should be a "Redeem a Point Code" button that is able to be pressed/clicked on, which will take you to the Point Code redemption screen. Note: the My Nintendo "Week" begins on Mondays, so you are able to earn the Platinum point log-in bonuses each week starting on Monday. There are four weekly log-in bonuses, which net your 30 Platinum points each; they are as follows: - Sign in to Miiverse - Sign in to Nintendo eShop - Collect the My Nintendo sign-in bonus - Sign in to your Nintendo Account on the Official Nintendo website In addition to these log-in bonuses, there is also a Monthly Mission worth 10 Points if you stay opted-in for promotional e-mails from Nintendo. You can find the complete list of Missions by clicking this link. PLATINUM POINTS EXPIRE AFTER SIX MONTHS OF BEING EARNED BUT NOT EXACTLY SIX MONTHS TO THE DAY. EXAMPLE: POINTS EARNED ON MARCH 3RD WILL EXPIRE ON SEPTEMBER 30TH AT 11:59:59 P.M. GOLD POINTS EXPIRE IN TWELVE MONTHS, AS OPPOSED TO SIX MONTHS WITH PLATINUM POINTS. THE SAME EXPIRE METHOD APPLIES FOR GOLD POINTS. To check if you have any points expiring, you can check out your Points History Page to get a specific number of points expiring. Redeeming Points for Rewards With those points finally earned, you're ready to start using them! As mentioned above, there are three different types of My Nintendo Points: Platinum, and Gold. With these different amount of points, a various amount of rewards can be obtained, such as exclusive My Nintendo rewards, discounts towards specific games, 3DS Themes, and more! As stated above, points expire after six months of being obtained, so be sure to sue them withing the allotted time frame! The full list of Rewards can be found at this link, and these Rewards will be more thoroughly discussed in the post below. Gold Points can be used for purchases on the eShop to give you discounts! The conversion rate is 1 Gold Point = 1 Cent Physical purchases earn you 1% back, while Digital purchases earn you 5% back EXAMPLE: If you buy a $59.99 game on the eShop, you will receive 300 Gold Points. If you purchase that same game at the same price, but physically, you'll earn 60 Gold Points. See the About Page for more info. And with that, the introductory post to the My Nintendo Thread has been complete! With this OP, I hope any and all information you were looking for has been found. If you have any questions, criticisms, tips on how to improve this thread, or anything else, please do not hesitate to make your voice heard!
  4. Nice to see an new mode coming to SMR. I enjoyed SMR for what it was, but still haven't bought the full game for some reason. I might actually get the full game since it's 50% off. Personally, I think the game should have been $5 to start with, though I have no issues paying $10 for. EDIT: More info...
  5. Nintendo is recommending that you have at least 1 GB of free space if you plan to download Fire Emblem Heroes.... Link: http://gonintendo.com/stories/272825-nintendo-customer-service-recommends-1-gb-of-free-space-for-fire I plan on downloading this on my Nexus 7 tablet, cuz I feel this game would work better on a bigger screen. It's only 16 GB and has a few GBs of free space, so I should be good (hopefully it runs good). If I really need the space, I could always download it on my iPhone SE which is 64 GB. Yeah, this really isn't a problem for me, but I could see it being for some.
  6. IIRC, this has been out for a while in JPN as Pokémon Comaster and is just that failed Pokémon Trading Figure Game revived as a mobile game. IDK, this looks like it could be pretty fun if you like strategy games and PKMN.
  7. We finally have details on Miitomo's big update and we will soon be able to customize our rooms, which I'm sure, is a feature petty much all users wanted. *NOTE* This update is required to continue using Miitomo. Are you still playing Miitomo? If not, is this update enough to get you back into it? Discuss...
  8. First, a story. I have a Samsung Galaxy Note II under T-Mobile. The last official update my phone received was Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Pokémon GO has a minimum Android OS requirement of 4.4 KitKat. Once the game dropped and I noticed the OS requirement, my heart sunk. At this point, I had three options: 1) Live life without Pokémon GO, which I wouldn't like as someone who's played every generation of Pokémon since Gen I while all my friends simply hopped onto a fad; 2) buy a new phone, which isn't something I'd want to do for a free fucking Pokémon spinoff; or 3) flash a custom ROM with a more recent version of Android compatible with Pokémon GO. Any warranties I may have had on my phone were long since expired, so I decided to install a custom ROM. I went with the most recent stable build of the most popular custom ROM for my phone: CyanogenMod 12.1, based on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Play store still said my phone was incompatible, so I installed the game from a mirror. The game ran fine—by which I mean the only bugs I experienced were the same bugs everyone else was experiencing at the time. Update 0.37.0 released, blocking root users. Apparently, there are enough people cheating in a free fucking Pokémon spinoff for Niantic to put a blanket ban on root users such as myself. Flashing a custom ROM, especially one like CyanogenMod with all its features, generally comes with root access built in, so simply unrooting my phone isn't exactly an option for me. I managed to find a work-around that worked for about a month or so before Google updated SafetyNet API (the same root checker used with Android Pay) a few weeks ago, and now I'm shit out of luck. Keep in mind I spent hours modding my phone just so I can play the game in the first place, and now Niantic is blocking access for me because someone else decided to hack fake Pokémon into the game or mess with their GPS. Anyway, Google has been failing me recently and I don't have time to scour the internet for any answers. Has anyone gotten Pokémon GO to work on a rooted Android device recently?
  9. For those still playing Miitomo, there's a major update coming soon...
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