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How to Watch Pokémon World Championships 2016 August 19, 2016

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Events from Pokémon World Championships 2016 are streaming live all weekend long and look no further if you can’t find a way to watch it.

If you have a PC the main page for all Pokémon live streams is Pokemon.com/live.  If you prefer direct links (or you want to watch the event on an internet connected device, be sure to install the official Twitch.tv app to your device and check out the channels below

There are at least three dedicated Twitch channels hosting live streams of the event. The main Pokémon Twitch Channel is currently hosting the main commentary and events. As the event starts to wind down it’s likely this channel will be hosting the final matches on Sunday.

If you’re interested in catching matches specifically for the Pokémon Video games then look no further than the Pokémon VGC Twitch Channel for the Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire tournament.

If you want to see players compete in the Pokémon Trading Card Game then subscribe to the Twitch.TV Pokemon TCG Channel.  The Pokémon TCG has been played at Worlds since these tournaments began, even before players were battling in the Pokémon video games, so it has a long history of great players.

If you would specifically want to watch the Pokkén Tournament um…Tournament, check out the Official Pokken Tournament Twitch Channel.  This is the first year the final version of Pokkén Tournament is being played at Worlds and there’s great potential for this event.

The event is going to be streamed through Sunday. Make sure to subscribe to all of the channels you’re interested in to be notified as soon as they go live every day.

New Pokemon Revealed at Pokemon World Championships 2016 August 19, 2016

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Pokémon World Championships 2016 has just kicked off in San Fransisco and to start the event, Director Masuda from Game Freak took took the stage to reveal all new Pokémon coming to Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. Take a look.

Yes that is a punching crab!

Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are coming November 2016 to the Nintendo 3DS

Pokemon World Championships 2016 is Live August 19, 2016

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The Pokémon Company is hosting the biggest Pokémon tournament event in the world this weekend, bringing in the best players to compete in Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon Trading Card Game and Pokkén Tournament.

Unlike previous years, The Pokémon Company is not allowing live spectators at this year’s events, but they are streaming all of the events throughout the weekend online. If you’re watching on PC, you can watch all the streams at Pokemon.com/live. You can also watch the events on any internet-connected device with the Twitch.tv app. Just check out Twitch’s Pokémon Channel for more details.

The Pokémon World Championships will be going all weekend. Be sure to stay tuned on this website for more Pokémon news from the event!

Prey Gamescom 2016 Gameplay Footage August 19, 2016

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Gamescom 2016 is in full swing and Bethesda was kind enough to show some new footage from their upcoming remake of Prey. Take a look.

Is anyone else getting a Bioshock meets Dead Space vibe from this footage because I don’t think I’m the only one.

Prey is coming to PC, Xbox One and PS4 in 2017.

Free Splatoon Multiplayer Event Next Weekend August 18, 2016

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If you have a Wii U but haven’t played the incredibly unique exclusive title Splatoon, you really should consider picking it up.  If you still need some convincing, worry not because Nintendo is going to be offering a free multiplayer test starting August 25th.  Watch this video for all the details.

Players interested in joining the multiplayer test can download the free Splatoon multiplayer client off the Nintendo eShop right now. You’ll be able to use it to play once the promotion period starts next week.

Splatoon is out now exclusively on Wii U.

EA Announces Titanfall 2 Open Multiplayer Test on Xbox One and PS4 August 17, 2016

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PS4 and Xbox One owners who want to try out Titanfall 2‘s multiplayer before the game is officially released will get their chance starting this weekend!

The best part is EA has made this an open test. There’s nothing to sign up for and you don’t have to buy anything. Just search for Titanfall 2 on your Xbox One or PS4’s online store and give the Titanfall 2 test client a download.

Need a new look at the game? Here’s footage of Titanfall 2 from EA’s Gamescom 2016 event.

Multiplayer servers will be open August 19th-21st and August 26-28th.  At the time they’ll be testing two different sets of multiplayer maps so make sure to play on both weekends to get the full experience.

UPDATE: Servers are up!

Titanfall 2 is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 28th, 2016.

Rayman Origins Free on PC This Month Through Club Ubi August 17, 2016

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At E3 2016 Ubisoft announced they would be giving away a free PC  game every month until December on the Uplay digital download service.  To get it, all you need to do is log into Club Ubi with your Uplay account and tell the site you want your free game.  Then you can play it all you want on the Uplay client. That’s all.

This month, Ubisoft is giving away the modern platformer Rayman Origins. I first remember seeing this game demoed when I attended the E3 2011 Ubisoft Press Event and I’m happy to finally get the chance to play it.

Seriously this game is free right now. You don’t have to pay for it, and the Uplay Client is completely free to download. Even if you delete the game or the Uplay client, as long as you got it while it was free you’ll always be able to retrieve your game when you log back into your account. Get it now, because the offer is going to be invalid when Ubisoft offers their next free game.

BROTHERHOOD: Final Fantasy XV Episode 4 Released August 17, 2016

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The fourth episode of the traditionally animated prequel series BROTHERHOOD: Final Fantasy XV was released earlier today.

This episode focuses on Ignis, the man responsible for cooking all of those incredible dishes the team eats during the game. How did he get that position and what are his goals?  Watch and find out.

If this isn’t enough to satisfy you don’t worry.  One more episode of BROTHERHOOD: Final Fantasy XV has yet to be released.  If you would like to get a physical copy of the entire series, the entire series is expected to be bundled with the special edition Blu-Ray Disc release of KINGSGLAIVE: Final Fantasy XV on October 4th.

Final Fantasy XV is coming November 29th, 2016 to PS4 and Xbox One.

Resident Evil VII Biohazard Gamescom 2016 Gameplay Trailer August 17, 2016

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At E3 2016, Capcom announced that not only they were working on a new Resident Evil game, they offered an exclusive playable demo for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Publishers, take notice, that’s how you reveal a game.

Earlier today, we got a brand new trailer for the game at this year’s Gamescom.  This looks like it takes place after the events of the demo.

Resident Evil VII Biohazard is coming to PS4 on January 27th, 2017.

Final Fantasy XV Gamescom 2016 Demo August 16, 2016

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Gamescom 2016 is in full swing and Square Enix is showing off nearly an hour of gameplay from the final version of Final Fantasy XV.  Take a look.

This won’t be the last Final Fantasy news we will be getting this week. Tomorrow, they will be releasing the 4th episode of the animated prequel series BROTHERHOOD: Final Fantasy XV, so stay tuned for that.

Final Fantasy XV is coming November 29th, 2016 to PS4 and Xbox One.

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