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Disintegration Games Unveils 'Pilgrim' for Wii U

Nexis Games have teamed up with Disintegration Games to unveil a new title coming to the Wii U called "Pilgrim". Below is an exerpt from the article that details what the game is about.

Pilgrim is a clever game coming to Nintendo Wii U that is unlike anything coming to the system. Nexis Community was quick to reach out to the studio behind it. A game about choices, consequence, and time. Pilgrim takes place over a 100 year period as you play out the lives of multiple characters related to another through lineage. The main objective is to successfully pave the way for future generations in a family by making the most out of your life today to a degree of lasting effect. Time isn’t always on your side however. Pilgrim on Wii U begins its adventure opening to Andrew Stewart a young Scottish immigrant being motivated by his parents to sail over seas to America in order to thrive. Once stateside, Andrew can find employment, mature into an adult and fall in love leading into a family before growing old and passing away. The main objective is to mature and pass your life experiences to your kin and live long enough to make a difference in their lives as they may learn and carry after you have passed on. The main antagonist fighting your chances of success is only time.

Pilgrim has various RPG elements that create a solid foundation holding up its unique gameplay. As players level up, they grow in age and increase max health. After a certain level your health caps. The more you increase in age afterwards the lower max health decreases leading to only one inevitability. Death. While growing up is a key objective element in Pilgrim systematically accomplishing goals ideally within key moments before players let opportunities slip away. it will also increasingly work against players challenging them to make the right decisions under multiple circumstances across various amounts of time. Levels equate to generations, and players have a bucket list of objectives to complete in a fixed amount of years, however some generations are allotted different amounts of time. One generation could expect a lifespan of 30 years and another only 15 before natural death sets in. It all depends on the player. Its an interesting balance that adds a deal of strategy and depth enticing multiple ways to experience Pilgrim encouraging players to return to the experience over and over.

Players will combat dangers that impede your ability to survive forcing you to make decisions in the game to better protect your safety but not in traditional formats you might come to expect. In Pilgrim players suffer from health conditions such as heart disease and polio but such inflictions can be prevented if players are properly vaccinated or actively maintain healthy eating habits. Interestingly there is no map directing players and Pilgrim doesn’t have a health bar displayed making things even more challenging forcing players to rely on visual clues and audible expressions to unlock their health status or preserve it by keeping an ear out avoiding a car coming from around corners dangerously.

You can check out the rest of the article, containing more screens of the game & a developer interview here!

UK PR: Kids Can Now Explore Pokemon-themed Activities at Pokemon Camp, A Free App Available for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch

he Pokémon Company International Launches a Free, Engaging Experience Introducing the Pokémon Universe
LONDON, UK.—October 22, 2014— The Pokémon Company International today announced the launch of the free Pokémon Camp application for iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® devices running iOS 7 or later. Kids can begin their journey to Pokémon Camp and explore the island’s numerous interactive Pokémon-themed activities as they learn what it takes to become a Pokémon Trainer. Along the way, they will engage themselves in the Pokémon universe and learn about the many Pokémon that inhabit it. Campers can begin their adventure now by downloading the free Pokémon Camp app at the Apple App StoreTM: AppStore.com/camppokemon.

Campers will travel to Pokémon Camp in a cinematic animated sequence that showcases the beautiful island on which they will begin their adventure. After being welcomed by Pokémon Camp counsellors, campers can explore and participate in several interactive Pokémon-themed activities, like Poké Ball Throw and Find the Pokémon, which allow campers to earn and collect nearly 100 Pokémon Pins for their virtual Pin Book. Other activities help campers learn about Pokémon Evolution chains and type matchups. By completing activities, campers can earn Rewards that are added to the Pin Book and unlock new levels in many of the activities around the island.

Campers can also create photo memories by virtually stepping into the Pokémon Camp Photo Booth, where they can take and save photos of themselves using their device’s camera and decorate the pictures with Pokémon-themed stickers they earn by participating in the camp’s many activities.

“Kids will have a blast exploring Pokémon Camp as they discover the Pokémon universe in a fun, interactive setting,” said J.C. Smith, director of Consumer Marketing for The Pokémon Company International. “Parents will also love joining in the fun as they watch their little campers participate in activities and create memories at the virtual Pokémon island.”

Fun Pokémon Camp app activities include:

· Find the Pokémon: Use a spyglass to search for virtual Pokémon and earn their Pins. Earn Rewards to unlock new levels and search for other Pokémon in different environments.
· Poké Ball Throw: Launch Poké Balls at cardboard cutouts of Pokémon hiding in the grass and knock them down. Earn Rewards to unlock the Rock and Water environments.
· Pokémon Evolutions: Test your knowledge of Pokémon Evolutions by choosing the correct Pokémon missing from the Evolution chain.
· Battle Matchups: Practice type matchups, an important skill in Pokémon battles, by choosing which type is strong against the given Pokémon.
· Pokémon in Focus: Choose the Pokémon that matches the shadow projected on the tent.
· My Cabin: In this home base, campers can find their Pin Book, Photo Book, and Bulletin Board.
· Photo Booth: Create camp memories by taking photos with the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch camera, adding stickers to the images, and saving the pictures to the app’s Photo Book or the Camera Roll on the camper’s device.
· Mystery Cave: What could be hiding in the Mystery Cave? To find out, campers will need to earn the right to enter!

To connect with Pokémon online,
· Download the Pokémon Camp app at AppStore.com/camppokemon
· Visit Pokemon.co.uk
· Like the official Pokémon Facebook page at Facebook.com/Pokemon
· Follow @Pokemon on Twitter
· Check out the official Pokémon YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/pokemon

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GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Fantasy Life review

Got a review for you guys and gals this morning. I'll have another review later this week, but let's take things one step at a time! You have a look at this and I'll focus on getting some rest! See you in a few, short hours.

At first, it seemed like Fantasy Life was never going to get a stateside release. Things looked even worse when Japan got an updated version of Fantasy Life, and still there was no mention of localization. Thankfully Level-5 and Nintendo were just taking their sweet time with the game. Fantasy Life has now arrived on American shores and it's jam-packed with content for you to enjoy. Just be ready to have a ton of time to really sink your teeth into all this adventure has to offer.

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Wii U eShop charts - Oct. 22nd, 2014


1. Hyrule Warriors
2. Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
3. Kirby’s Dream Course
4. Super Mario World
5. Kirby Super Star
6. Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance
7. EarthBound
8. Guacamelee
9. Super Mario Bros. 3
10. Zelda: The Minish Cap
11. Zelda: A Link to the Past
12. The Legend of Zelda
13. Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
14. Shovel Knight
15. SteamWorld Dig
16. Castlevania Dracula X
17. Super Mario Bros.
18. Mario Kart 8
19. Super Metroid
20. Art of Balance


1. Super Smash Bros. – Looks like we don’t have a choice
2. Deluxe Digital Promotion Video
3. Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2 Video
4. Bayonetta 2 Launch Trailer
5. Castlevania: Circle of the Moon Trailer
6. Skylanders Trap Team Trailer
7. Hyrule Warriors Video – Dragon Knight Volga and a Dragon Spear
8. Hyrule Warriors Video – Twisted Wizard Wizzro and a Ring
9. Skylanders Trap Team Inside the Trap Trailer
10. Hyrule Warriors – Master Quest Pack Trailer
11. Skylanders Trap Team Teaser Trailer
12. Hyrule Warriors Video with Dark Sorceress Cia and a Scepter
13. Hyrule Warriors Features Trailer
14. Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2 Launch Trailer
15. Super Smash Bros. – The Crest of Sword, Magic and Flame
16. Mercedes-Benz x Mario Kart 8 DLC Trailer
17. Paper Monsters Recut Trailer
18. Mario Kart 8 From the Pit Ep. 2
19. Hyrule Warriors TV Commercial
20. Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut Trailer


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