As the month of August comes to a close, the three legendary birds (Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres) and Lugia will no longer appear in raids in Pokemon Go. So hopefully you managed to catch them while you had a chance, because a whole new trio of legendary pokemon will appear starting September 1.
Month: August 2017
Nintendo’s Live Showcase (the Summer Nindies 2017) recently announced and gave details on a butt-load of titles coming to Switch this year, or sometime in 2018. For those of you who missed the livestream, fear not! You can read more about it at Polygon.com, or check out the entire twenty-minute video below:
After scaring the crap out of wrestlings fan everywhere with a surprise trip to the ICU, it’s been a couple weeks since we heard anything about the condition of Ric Flair other than a vague but positive sounding tweet from his daughter Charlotte.
Just imagine Shinsuke Nakamura with UFC gold around his waist.
Microsoft has confirmed it has discontinued production of the original Xbox One model and in fact, stopped manufacturing it over a year ago.
Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (in partnership with Global Force Wrestling) put on their huge TripleMania XXV event in Mexico City on Saturday night. The main event featured Psycho Clown vs. Dr. Wagner Jr. in a mask-versus-mask match, but the wrestling world is buzzing over what happened in the four-way match for the Woman’s Championship.
NXT Women’s champion Asuka suffered an unfortunate injury at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn III over the SummerSlam weekend, breaking her collarbone during a match with Ember Moon (which she won anyway). She’s expected to miss 6-to-8 weeks while it heels, but the most recent NXT television tapings revealed a big change in plans for the Japanese star.
While the WWE has quite famously dialed back their wrestling style, basically eliminating things like chairshots to the head, blood of any kind, and even a handful of moves that target the head (like the piledriver, for example). With concussions a heavy talking point in all sports these days, it was probably a smart move by the WWE — both to protect their athletes, but also to limit their own legal liability.
Nintendo Switch owners opting to pick up Rocket League on the console will get access to new in-game Battle-Cars based on Mario, Luigi, and Samus Aran’s gunship from the Metroid series, developer Psynoix announced today.
Following in the footsteps of Shinsuke Nakamura, the glorious Bobby Roode dropped the NXT championship at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn III on Saturday night and then quickly reappeared on the main WWE roster by debuting on SmackDown Live on Tuesday night.