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New Nintendo Leak Reveals Unreleased Pokemon Games – ComicBook.com

2020 has been a very, very leaky year for Nintendo. And the leaks have continued with a brand new leak making the rounds today revealing not one, but two unrele…

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2020 has been a very, very leaky year for Nintendo. And the leaks have continued with a brand new leak making the rounds today revealing not one, but two unreleased Pokemon games that Game Freak was originally planning to release after Sun and Moon, or, in other words, before Sword and Shield. Unfortunately, the leaks themselves aren’t very revelatory, but they do reveal the original plan was to make another two games set within the Kalos region after Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.
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Quibi Weighs Shutting Down as Problems Mount – The Wall Street Journal

Streaming service hired a restructuring firm that recommended a range of options to the board

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Quibi Holdings LLC is considering shutting itself down, according to people familiar with the matter, a move that points to a possible crash landing for a once-highflying entertainment startup that raised $1.75 billion in capital.The streaming service has been plagued with problems since it launched in April, facing lower-than-expected viewership, disappointing download numbers and a lawsuit from a well-capitalized foe.The service is aimed at mobile viewers, but the coronavirus pandemic forced would-be…

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Darkest Dungeon 2 will launch in early access on Epic Games Store next year – Polygon

Red Hook Studio’s Darkest Dungeon 2 is coming to early access on the Epic Games Store in 2021. A teaser trailer was uploaded to YouTube on Wednesday.

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Darkest Dungeon 2 was announced in 2019

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[Update: Apple response] Stadia was available through a custom iOS browser before Apple killed it – 9to5Google

A clever custom browser developed for iOS has enabled Google Stadia to work shockingly well on the platform on iPhones and iPads alike.

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Google Stadia delivers one of the best game streaming experiences out there today, but like GeForce Now and Xbox Game Pass, Apple makes it extraordinarily difficult to get Stadia into the App Store. Luckily, there might be a way through the web. Thanks to a custom browser app, you can get Stadia up and running on iOS in a matter of minutes.
Update 10/21: Speaking to 9to5Google, Apple provided a bit more background on why “Stadium” was removed from the App Store.
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