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Pokémon debuta con su primer anuncio de TV en el Super Bowl

Pokémon anima a sus fans a descubrir referencias ocultas de Pókemon.

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The Pokémon Company International desvela que emitirá durante la Super Bowl 50, el domingo 7 de febrero, un nuevo anuncio para television. El anuncio, grabado en Río de Janeiro, celebra los millones de fans de Pokémon en todo el mundo, animándoles a disfrutar con los guiños a Pokémon ocultos en el anuncio y, ¡Sigue entrenando!. La versión de 30 segundos del anuncio se emitirá durante el comienzo del tercer cuarto de la Super Bowl 50. La versión completa podrá verse aquí: 

“Durante 20 años, el mundo Pokémon ha inspirado a sus seguidores a entrenar duro y divertirse,” comentó J.C. Smith, director senior director de Marketing de consumo en The Pokémon Company International. “Este anuncio refleja toda esa pasión, y no puedo pensar en un escenario más grande en el que compartirlo que la Super Bowl.”

Este anuncio es parte de un año repleto de celebraciones para conmemorar los 20 años de Pokémon. Desde que en 1996 llegaron a Japón los primeros videojuegos Pokémon Edición Roja y Pokémon Edición Verde para la consola Nintendo Game Boy, Pokémon ha entusiasmado a fans de todo el mundo durante dos décadas. Con más de 275 millones de copias de videojuegos de Pokémon en todo el mundo, más de 21 500 millones de cartas de JCC distribuidas en 74 países, y una serie de animación que cuenta con 18 temporadas, Pokémon es una de las marcas de entretenimiento más exitosas en el mundo.

Asegúrate de visitar Pokemon.es/20 para obtener más información acerca de Pokémon 20: ¡Sigue entrenando! y únete a la conversación mediante el hashtag #Pokemon20.

Gabriel O. Maldonado Valentín (thedirektor) es un Director Creativo Digital con más de diez años en el campo de medios, publicidad y producción donde ha tenido la oportunidad de trabajar con distintas marcas y empresas reconocidas a nivel local como internacional.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 campaign mode playing time revealed

You could be spending the same amount of time playing Red Dead Redemption 2 as with GTA V.

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Red Dead Redemption 2

One of the most anticipated video games of this year, Red Dead Redemption 2 (RDR2), could be a long one to play. According to Vulture, the game takes almost 60 hours to complete, that when it comes to the campaign mode.

Dan Houser from Rockstar Games revealed that the game was supposed to featured almost 65 hours of gameplay. But there was 5 hours of content that had to be cut for the final version.

Also, the games main protagonist, Arthur Morgan will have love interest while the game progresses. The content the was cut for the final version of the game included a second romantic plot. But in the end the lead writer of the game, Houser, explained that “we decided one of them didn’t work”.

Other missions were also subject to cuts. These included “a mission on a train where you had to fight with bounty hunters”. Thankfully, you can recreate that particular experience organically, as part of the daily random encounters in the world of RDR2.

While motion-capture for the single-player game’s story is complete, Rockstar is still shooting sections for Red Dead Online. The beta version for the latter is due to arrive in November.

The success of RDR2 is one that can’t be denied and will be extremely massive. All this given the track record of the saga and the success that the developer has found in this type of formula for a video game.

Rockstar’s latest entry, Grand Theft Auto V, earned $1 billion in its first three days and has sold nearly 100 million copies. In April of this year, GTAV — made from a approximate budget of $265 million — passed $6 billion in sales. Making the game the highest-grossing entertainment product in history. (Avatar, the highest-grossing movie ever, earned only a measly $2.8 billion in theaters.)

The release of Red Dead Redemption 2 is just around the corner. Can October 26th come any faster?

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Fortnite Beta Now Available on Android Without An Invite

No invite needed – download the Fortnite Beta now on any compatible Android device 📱

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Previously the Fornite beta was invite-only, but as of today you can download it to any Android device for free, without waiting. In the announcement, Epic directed users to the official site for the download.

Alongside the release announcement, Epic gave a list of supported devices and recommended system specs, so you can check if yours is up to snuff.

A long list of Samsung Galaxy, Sony, and Google Pixel devices are supported, along with some from other companies like Asus, LG, and Nokia. You can see the full list below.

Supported Devices:

  • Samsung Galaxy: S7 / S7 Edge , S8 / S8+, S9 / S9+, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3, Tab S4
  • Google: Pixel / Pixel XL, Pixel 2 / Pixel 2 XL
  • Asus: ROG Phone, Zenfone 4 Pro, 5Z, V
  • Essential: PH-1
  • Huawei: Honor 10, Honor Play, Mate 10 / Pro, Mate RS, Nova 3, P20 / Pro, V10
  • LG: G5, G6, G7 ThinQ, V20, V30 / V30+
  • Nokia: 8
  • OnePlus: 5 / 5T, 6
  • Razer: Phone
  • Xiaomi: Blackshark, Mi 5 / 5S / 5S Plus, 6 / 6 Plus, Mi 8 / 8 Explorer / 8SE, Mi Mix, Mi Mix 2, Mi Mix 2S, Mi Note 2
  • ZTE: Axon 7 / 7s, Axon M, Nubia / Z17 / Z17s, Nubia Z11
  • HTC: 10, U Ultra, U11/ U11+, U12+
  • Lenovo: Moto Z/Z Droid, Moto Z2 Force
  • Sony: Xperia XZ/Premium, Xzs, XZ1/Compact, XZ2/Premium/Compact, XZ3

Fortnite has opened its Android beta to all users now,

The studio recommends the following minimum system specs for your Android device to play Fortnite:

  • OS: Recommended Android 8.0 or higher, 64 bit
  • RAM: 3GB or higher (Recommended 4 GB)
  • GPU: Adreno 530 or higher, Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or higher

Android and iOS players are matched against other mobile players, and for the time being bluetooth controllers and mouse-and-keyboard control schemes are not supported.

Be sure you visit the official site on your Android device to download a safe, Epic-approved version of the game.

Fortnite on Android supports full Cross Play and Cross Progression with PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, Mac, and iOS.

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Sony will finally let you change that awful PSN ID in early 2019

Sony has finally revealed the long-awaited news – you will soon be able to change your PlayStation Network user ID (PSN ID).

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PSN ID Change Feature Announced

To some, the lack of ability to change your PSN Online ID was becoming some kind of a joke. To others like us, it was continuous frustration, more so if you had a god awful PSN ID that you came up with when you were a stupid teenager, like me.

But now there is some good news on the horizon. PlayStation has announced it will be testing a new feature that allows you to change your ID yourself.

The PSN Online ID Change feature beta will be a part of the PlayStation Preview Program, and will become available to select users that have pre-registered as testers for previous PS4 system software betas.

During the preview program, you will be able to change your online ID as many times as you want. The first change is free, and changes after that will cost $9.99 USD / CAD.

For PlayStation Plus members, it will cost $4.99 USD/ CAD after the first change. Changes to online ID can be made through the Settings menu or via the Profile page of your PS4.

PSN ID Change Feature Announced

When you change your online ID, you will have the option to display your previous ID with your new ID, so your friends can recognize you. Once you decide to display your old ID or not, you won’t be able to adjust this after completing the online ID change process.

This feature is compatible with PS4 games originally published after April 1, 2018, and a large majority of the most-played PS4 games that were released before this date. However, please note not all games and applications for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita systems are guaranteed to support the online ID change, and users may occasionally encounter issues or errors in certain games.

The feature will be available to PS4 users in early 2019.

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