Dragalia Lost gets its first event for Halloween

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Dragalia Lost Halloween
You have until October 31 to enjoy it!
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Nintendo’s newest mobile game just kicked off its first event in time for Halloween. Dragalia Lost players can enjoy playing with new adventurers, Wyrmprints, and dragons. You will also bag a Tenfold Summon ticket just for logging in.

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Are you playing Dragalia Lost yet?
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Epic will let Fortnite players merge multiple accounts

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Rescue your purchases from an old Epic account.
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Epic Games is giving Fortnite players a new tool that will allow them to merge multiple accounts.

The merge will combine all item purchases, V-Bucks, game stats, and Save the World campaign access. It’s perfect for those who were forced to set up a second Epic account to play Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch, or because they were locked out of their original.

Apple tops Best Global Brands list for 6th consecutive year

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Apple is way ahead of the competition in value.
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Apple has topped Interbrand’s annual list of the Best Global Brands for the sixth consecutive year.

The iPhone-maker, which has seen its brand value increase 16 percent this year, ranked highly in consistency, engagement, and differentiation. It is followed by Google, while Amazon has quickly climbed into third place after its brand value increased an impressive 56 percent.

Nintendo legend says company should shun free-to-play games

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Miyamoto tries out a freehand sketch on the iPad Pro.
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Were you worried that Nintendo was going to go down the free-to-play route with its games? Don’t worry: Shigeru Miyamoto has your back.

The legendary game designer behind many of Nintendo’s most iconic titles is urging his colleagues to shun the freemium business model for games.

Pokémon Go could finally get player battles this year

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Battling is the feature every Pokémon fan has been waiting for.
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You will finally get the chance to battle against other trainers in Pokémon Go, developer Niantic has confirmed.

The feature could be added into the game before the end of 2018. It will follow the introduction of friends lists, trading, and gifting — and should give players a big reason to keep playing.