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Pokemon Sun and Moon: Is This Why Players Keep Failing Global Missions?

Pokemon Sun and Moon: Is This Why Players Keep Failing Global Missions? Since the game launched on 3DS last year, efforts have been made to engage the Pokemon Sun and Moon community with global missions that encourage players of the RPGs to work together.The first global mission was to catch 100 million Pokemon, though players failed this challenge.

Pokemon Sun and Moon Launches 5th Global Mission

Pokemon Sun and Moon Launches 5th Global Mission Everyone who contributes to this and other global missions will be eligible for Festival Coins, while Pokemon Global Link members can earn even greater rewards when they participate.After that, Pokemon Sun and Moon players will need to head on over to Paniola Ranch to start discovering eggs in the games.

Nintendo announces the “New 2DS XL” is coming this summer

Nintendo announces the “New 2DS XL” is coming this summer Unlike the original 2DS, which is best known for resembling a slice of cake, the New 2DS XL features the same clamshell design found on the 3DS and the DS before that.The New 2DS XL will launch in North America July 28, and will cost $149.

New Nintendo 2DS XL Out July 28 for $149.99

New Nintendo 2DS XL Out July 28 for $149.99 Instead, the New Nintendo 2DS XL will fill the gap between the 2DS and its larger and more expensive 3DS sibling.The New Nintendo 2DS XL will cost a comfy $149.

Pokemon Sun and Moon Ship More Than 15 Million Units

Pokemon Sun and Moon Ship More Than 15 Million Units According to Nintendo‘s recent report of its earnings for fiscal year 2017 ending on March 31, the company’s 2DS and 3DS role-playing games of Pokemon Sun and Moon have shipped 15.27 million 3DS systems had shipped, which is up approximately 500,000 units year-over-year, thanks in no small part to Game Freak’s Pokemon Sun and Moon.

DT Daily: Nintendo’s New 2DS XL signals new life for the 3DS line

DT Daily: Nintendo’s New 2DS XL signals new life for the 3DS line Unlike the original 2DS, which is best known for resembling a slice of cake, the New 2DS XL features the clamshell design found on the more expensive 3DS.The announcement of a new mobile console is a bit of a surprise and certainly signals Nintendo’s commitment to continue the 3DS family of handheld systems.

Nintendo Announces New 2DS XL, Returns to Clamshell Design

Nintendo Announces New 2DS XL, Returns to Clamshell Design Now, Nintendo has released a new budget-oriented version of its 3DS XL, the New 2DS XL.The New 2DS XL drops the slate form factor that the 2DS favored and returns to a clamshell design.

Everything we know about the New Nintendo 2DS XL

Everything we know about the New Nintendo 2DS XL Pikmin and Fire Emblem Echoes are still on the way, as is a brand new version of the console, the New 2DS XL.Most importantly, the New Nintendo 2DS XL will play the entire library of 3DS and New 3DS games, and can also play the majority of Nintendo DS games, as well.

Hands-On With The New 2DS XL

Hands-On With The New 2DS XL The newly announced New 2DS XL looks sort of like an iPhone attached to a 3DS bottom, as you can see in the above video, which Kotaku boss Stephen Totilo and I shot at a Nintendo event in New York City this week.If you’re in the market for one of these New 2DS XLs, the two important differences are: 1) it doesn’t have 3D, obviously; and 2) it’s a lot lighter than the New 3DS XL.

The 3DS' Pikmin Sidescroller Seems Fine, Unclear Why It Isn't Also For Switch

The 3DS' Pikmin Sidescroller Seems Fine, Unclear Why It Isn't Also For Switch And we were left wondering, hey, why not also have these games run on Nintendo’s portable Switch?There is a Pikmin garden mode that may serve some of that function, though you also seem to obtain Pikmin by finding them and clearing levels.

Hands-On: The New Nintendo 2DS XL is the Coolest Handheld I Don’t Want

Hands-On: The New Nintendo 2DS XL is the Coolest Handheld I Don’t Want At the press event for the recently announced New Nintendo 2DS XL, Nintendo acknowledged the weirdness of releasing a device like this at a time like this.I may be ready to move on from dual-screen Nintendo devices, but if you can’t say goodbye yet, the New Nintendo 2DS XL is a very cool handheld.