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This week, Shuffle events, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon news, new episode etc.
The original Mystery Dungeon games, Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team for Game Boy Advanced and DS will be released in Europe on the Wii U Virtual Console on Thursday
Red Rescue Team costs €6.99/£6.29
Blue Rescue Team costs €9.99/£8.99
More Shuffle events have been released.
A challenge for Diancie has been released which will run till February 23rd, 2016 for Shuffle and Mobile. You’ll get a Diancite at Level 50.
A challenge for Mega Abomasnow has also been released. The top 12,000 players in Europe, 19,000 in US and 50,000 in Japan will get an Abomasite. The top 2,500 in Europe, 3,700 in US and 5,000 in Japan will get a Mega Speedup. If you are in the top 17,000 in Europe, 26,000 in US and 70,000 in Japan, you get two Attack Powers with all other players getting an Attack Power.
A challenge for Mega Blastoise has also been released. The top 80,000 in the world will get a Blastoisinite while the top 20,000 will get a Mega Speedup. If you are in the top 120,000 but don’t get a Blastoisinite, you’ll get two Attack Powers. All other players get an Attack Power.
To receive these, you must update the app.
A challenge for Carnivine has been released which will run till February 23rd, 2016, can only will be played on weekends and also allows you use items for free.
Mew in France!
Mew has been confirmed in France.
From February 26th to March 31st, a code can be collected from Micromania, giving you a chance to get Mew. This Mew matches the one currently across the world.
Mew in other areas
Pokken Tournament’s size for download for the Wii U has been released. It takes up 4234.3MB. The size of blocks isn’t known but expects it to be high.
A Splatfest for Splatoon has been announced. This Splatfest pits two teams, Red and Blue in US and Europe and Red and Green in Japan. They all run from February 20th to 21st.
All players will temporarily get an in-game t-shirt which shows Charizard, Venusaur or Blastoise, depending on your choice.
New details on Shadow Mewtwo have been unveiled.
Its Psywave attacks can be used in multiple ways, which can go on the offence with both Power and Technical moves that keeps shifting in order to confuse the opponent.
Psywave is primarily a close combat move used for setting up combos but it can also be used as a vortex to suck in opponents and can also be used as a projectile.
It can use Thunder Punch, Fire Punch and Ice Punch in quick succession.
It has also been revealed that the standard Mewtwo can use Hyper Beam.
Two Pokémon panels are now available as a part of the Valentine’s Day special event.
These panels are Xerneas and Flabébé panels which feature an array of Fairy-type Pokémon.
They were previously released in the US and Japan.
What type do you want Magearna to be?