Dragalia Lost pre-registration ends on Sept. 25th, 2018

Seems like pre-registration for Dragalia Lost in the states has been going pretty well so far, and there's still time to hop in. You have until Sept. 25th, 2018 to pre-register, which will net you an in-game gift of up to 1,500 Wyrmite.

Dragalia Lost - look at another two summons

[5 ★] A bolt of brilliance (before evolution). Artist: mikeboshi
''He he he, this must be my genius! Only I could have come up with such a technique, after all! Oh, I should write it down before I forget it… well, it’s not like a genius like me could ever forget!''

[4 ★] Together on the Battlefield (before evolution). Artist: Rino
“Looks like we’re surrounded. Son what now, Berserk?”
“Are you listening? There’s only thing for us to do… exterminate them!”
“I see you’re as bloodthirsty as ever…”

Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee - potential new Pokemon leaked

Due to a leak in the network traffic for Pokemon GO, it seems a brand new Pokemon has been revealed. Outside this image, we don't know much else! Just keep in mind that nothing is confirmed at this point. If you're interested in getting a look, hit the link and check it out!

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We also have some footage of the Pokemon as well, which we will place after the jump.

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Fire Emblem Heroes - content update for September 21, 2018

- new Summoning Focus is now live: Generals of Múspell. It features the following new Heroes: Helbindi (Savage Scourge), Laevatein (Searing Steel), and Laegjarn (Sheathed Steel) (available until October 23)
- new set of Daily Log-in Bonuses is now live: New Heroes Celebration. It allows you to get some Orbs every day, with the amount varying each day: 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 1, 1, 1, 1, 3 (13 Orbs in total) (available until October 6)

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - content update for September 21, 2018

- new set of Stamp Trade rewards is now available: Crystal Collection (reissue) (available until October 22)

Catch Mewtwo in Pokémon GO!

The newest Raid Boss is a long-awaited challenger—the Legendary Pokémon Mewtwo is finally available outside of EX Raids! Mewtwo is one of the most powerful combatants in the world of Pokémon, so this is an opportunity you won't want to miss. Get out there and challenge it before it stops appearing as a Raid Boss on October 23 at 1:00 p.m. PDT. And bring your friends along with you when you do—you may earn some extra Premier Balls thanks to a recent update.

You'll only be able to use the Premier Balls you earn from defeating Mewtwo to catch it, so it's crucial to be prepared. Try to take over the Gym before the Raid starts, battle alongside your friends, and pick Pokémon that will perform well in battle to maximize your chances. Check out our guide to training Pokémon in Pokémon GO to get your team up to speed, and then read on for some tips specific to Mewtwo.

Suggested Pokémon

The Psychic-type Mewtwo is weak against Bug-, Ghost-, and Dark-type attacks, but taking advantage of those weaknesses can be difficult. Neither Bug- nor Ghost-type Pokémon resist Psychic-type attacks, so you'll often have to take damage to deal damage in this battle. Two Pokémon types that resist Mewtwo's Psychic-type attacks—Dark and Steel—are even weak against Focus Blast, the Fighting-type Charged Attack that Mewtwo may know. Adjust your strategy once you see Mewtwo's moves to keep your Pokémon on their feet.

Tyranitar is the simplest solution to Mewtwo that do not know Focus Blast. Its Bite and Crunch attacks are a supereffective way to taste victory, and this Pokémon resists Mewtwo's Psychic-type attacks. Tyranitar's stats tower above most other Dark types, but Houndoom, Sharpedo, and Absol that know Dark-type attacks can also dish out quick bursts of damage. Scizor rounds out the group of quality attackers resistant to Psychic-type attacks, though it should use Bug-type attacks instead of Dark.

Mewtwo that know Focus Blast can be trickier to handle. If you have a Mewtwo of your own that knows Shadow Ball, it's fantastic for both offense and defense in this encounter. Otherwise, look to the ghostly Gengar and Banette, Pinsir, high-level Rayquaza, and even Gyarados that know Dark-type attacks. These Pokémon will take reduced damage from Focus Blast while dealing sizable damage in return.

Mewtwo's best counters can be a little niche, so don't be alarmed if you don't have many of the Pokémon we've mentioned so far. Defeating Mewtwo will be an uphill battle, so fill out your roster with your most trusted attackers and keep tapping until the Legendary Pokémon falls.

Engineer a Catch

You'll have limited Premier Balls to catch Mewtwo once you've defeated it, so make each one count. You can earn extra Premier Balls if you defeat Mewtwo alongside your friends, so be sure to bring them with you. Use a Golden Razz Berry before each throw, and remember to stock up on them beforehand by defeating other Raid Bosses.

The odds of capturing Mewtwo are greatest while the target ring is at a small enough diameter to score Excellent Throws, and throwing Curveballs can improve your chances further. But work within your abilities—if you don't think you can hit Excellent Curveballs reliably, aim for Nice or Great Throws rather than risk missing the target ring completely.

Be careful not to waste your Premier Balls by throwing while Mewtwo is moving around. Wait for it to start acting up and for its target ring to disappear, then time your throw so that the Premier Ball lands as the target ring reappears.

Mewtwo is an exceptionally difficult Pokémon to catch, so don't be discouraged if it gets away the first time you defeat it. Stock up on useful items like Max Potions, Max Revives, and Golden Razz Berries, and try again later with some friends. Good luck with your next Raid Battle, and remember to check back at Pokemon.com/Strategy for more Pokémon GO, video game, and Pokémon TCG tips.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - content update for Sept. 20th, 2018

[Log-in Bonus] A new set of Daily Log-in Bonus is now live. It includes the following: fertilizer x3, elegant essence x3, Calling Card x1, Leaf Ticket x5, elegant essence x3, river throw net x3, Leaf Ticket x10 (available until September 27th)

Fire Emblem Heroes - content update for Sept. 20th, 2018

[Special Maps] The Grand Hero Battle feat. Garon, King of Nohr is now live. As usual, you can get a 3 ★ version of that character if you clear the map on Hard, a 4 ★ version if you clear it on Lunatic, and a 4 ★ version + Hero Feathers if you clear it on Infernal. (available until September 27th)

[Story Maps] A new Tactics Drills map is now live: A Death-Defying Knife (Skill Studies, Hard) (no end date)

Dragalia Lost - Info on Blazing Crown and Hyakka Ryouran

Blazing Crown (before evolution). Artist: Akihiko Yoshida

The Kingdom of Alberia is in crisis, due to the waning power of the Sacred Shards. In order to save the Kingdom, and restore order and peace, the 7th prince in line for succession (the kindest one) heads out on a journey, sword in hand.

Hyakka Ryouran (before evolution). Artist: i02

Appollonia, the City of Tournaments. A city known for its Battle Ceremony. The brave gather at the Colosseum in order to test their strength and skills. This female knight is one of the challengers.

Pokemon GO - Mewtwo raids kicking off in Japan tomorrow

Our friends in Japan are going to be able to check out some Mewtwo raid action in Pokemon GO starting tomorrow. Here's all the details thus far.

- running every day from Friday September 21st through to Monday October 1st 2018
- Mewtwo Raid at each sponsored McDonalds Pokémon Gym
- this is part of the current Ultra Bonus Event which includes Mewtwo in Raid Battles