How A Pokemon Card Is Made

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Creatures, Inc. is an often-overlooked arm of the Pokemon machine. The developer has worked on spin-off Pokemon games for years, starting with Pokemon Stadium in 1998 and most recently Detective Pikachu–as well as 3D Pokemon models for various games, including Super Smash Bros. But the company is also responsible for much of the Pokemon Trading Card Game, which consistently sees new series and expansions after over 20 years.

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The Best Video Game Art Of 2018

It’s that time of year again, when the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) announce a range of pieces for their Into the Pixel exhibition, a collection of some of the best concept and promotional art in video games.

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Xbox’s pop-up hotel lets you play games all night long

Play all night long. Nap if you need.

Upon signing in with their gamertag (or creating a new one), gamers can choose between four suites featuring a full selection of Xbox One X Enhanced games, as well as 4K televisions and Dolby Atmos enabled headsets.

On top of all that, there’s room service, a concierge to bring you games, and even an Xbox-branded onesie to sleep in — and take home too.

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Of course, you know, you could stay home & play all night too 🙂

Netflix’s Castlevania is a Triumph for Video Game Adaptations – Geek.com

Castlevania is loosely based on the NES classic, Castlevania III. Instead of being a simple retread of that game’s bare-thin plot, the Netflix series takes its time to flesh out the main characters. In fact, the very first episode is almost solely dedicated to the franchise’s main antagonist, Count Dracula. While there is plenty of monster-slaying action to be found, the series focuses mostly on fighting against Medieval superstitions and the power of a corrupted church. All of these deviations from the sou

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