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How To Transfer Pokemon From Pokemon Go to Nintendo Switch May 14, 2020

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Got a new How-To video for you Pokémon Trainers out there. As far as I know, as of the time this article is being posted, we aren’t able to import Pokémon caught in Pokémon Go into Pokémon Home. However, there is another way you can get some of your Pokémon Go crew into your Nintendo Switch, so keep reading.

You’ll need three things:

  • Nintendo Switch
  • Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu or Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee
  • BlueTooth-enabled Smartphone with Pokémon Go installed.

Make your way to Fuscia City and watch this video.

Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee is out now exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

Paper Mario The Origami King Announced May 14, 2020

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Paper Mario is back! Nintendo has just announced the next game in the series with this trailer. How good are you at Origami?

Paper Mario The Origami King is coming July 17th, 2020 exclusively to the Nintendo Switch.

War Stories – Alan Wake May 14, 2020

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The guys over at Ars Technica have an ongoing webseries called War Stories, where they chronicle some of the most difficult game development stories over the past few decades. Today, on the tenth anniversary of its release, the guys at Remedy have sat down with Ars to talk about one of their most beloved games, Alan Wake.

Alan Wake is out now for the PC and Xbox 360. It is backwards compatible with the Xbox One.

Unreal Engine 5 Revealed Running on PS5 May 14, 2020

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When I was at E3 2004 I was lucky enough to witness a demo at the Nvidia booth that showed the very first footage of what would become Unreal Engine 3. That technology would later go on to power Gears of War and Unreal Tournament 3 and set the gold standard for what was possible with the Xbox 360. A generation later, Unreal Engine 4 has powered a wide array of Xbox One and PS4 titles.

Now, Epic Games, creators of Unreal, have revealed Unreal Engine 5 and for the demo video we are about to witness say it is running on the PlayStation 5. Enjoy the video in glorious 4K.

Unreal Engine 5 will be powering the next generation of games.