New Pokémon and Moves Revealed!

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New Pokémon and Moves Revealed!
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The images of a new Pokémon have been revealed by Jeux Video. This Pokémon is said to be the evolution of Amaura and is called Aurorus. Aurorus has a move called Freeze Dry, which is an Ice-type move which freezes the opponent but is said to be super effective against Water-type Pokémon. IGN have also revealed another new Pokémon called Tyrantrum. According to an interview on Polygon, it has been stated that no Kalos Pokémon will have a Mega Evolution within Pokémon X & Y. Various details are coming in from impressions at the media briefing last week. Pokémon will gain EXP when a Pokémon is captured. The Pokémon Centers not only have the standard PokéMart, but will also have a place for you to change your outfit.

Nintendo Visionary Hiroshi Yamauchi Dies at Age 85

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Nintendo Visionary Hiroshi Yamauchi Dies at Age 85
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A Nintendo spokesman said the company was in mourning over the "loss of the former Nintendo president Mr Hiroshi Yamauchi, who sadly passed away this morning."

Yamauchi took over the family company, founded by his grandfather in 1889 as a maker of playing cards, after his grandfather suffered a stroke. Over his 53 year reign, the college dropout transformed Nintendo into a global video game industry powerhouse.

Thanks for all the memories Mr Yamauchi.

Atlus is Now a Part of Sega

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Atlus is Now a Part of Sega
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Sega Sammy Holdings has bought Index Corporation (Atlus' parent company) for 14 billion yen ($141 Million). Atlus is being reorganized under Sega's game division.

Watch Today's Wii Fit U Direct Here

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Wii Sports Club consists of the five sports from Wii Sports (bowling, tennis, baseball, boxing and golf) with Wii MotionPlus controls and in high definition. The games, available as digital downloads, come with an online multiplayer versus mode that allows players to compete online. Tennis and Bowling hit first the Nintendo eShop on November 7, with Boxing, Baseball and Golf to follow at later dates. Players can get a 24-hour trial pass. Once it is up, they can purchase a Day Pass for $1.99 and play all available sports for 24 hours. Permanent access to individual sports is $9.99 each.