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Pokémon Unite, TiMi Group teasers the possible arrival of Decidueye in the MOBA roster

In the past few hours TiMi Studio Group has published an interesting image on the official Pokémon Unite Twitter profile that seems to spoil the next character arriving on the free-to-play MOBA available on Nintendo Switch and ...
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Pokémon Unite: Mamoswine officially enters the MOBA roster this week

In the past few hours TiMi Studios has revealed the release date of Mamoswine on Pokémon Unite, the MOBA themed pocket monsters available on Nintendo Switch and on Android and iOS devices. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWefuEcqW8k&ab_channel=Pok%C3%A9monUNITE The Pokémon Two Fangs of ...

Pokémon Unite is now officially available for download also on iOS devices ...

Since its launch on Nintendo Switch last July, Pokémon Unite has conquered popularity peaks on the eShop, also thanks to the continuous balancing patches that TiMi Studio Group has brought to MOBA. Well ...

Pokémon Unite, Blissey joins the MOBA roster

Pokémon Unite is ready to welcome a new playable character: the happiness pokémon Blissey joins the MOBA roster. The title continues to be supported through corrective patches and through the addition of new Pokémon ....

Pokémon Unite, new information on MOBA is coming today

Pokémon Unite is ready to show up today. New information on the MOBA of Pikachu & Co. is coming. The much discussed title, after having disappeared from the spotlight for exactly one year (the announcement dates back ...
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Pokémon Unite gameplay leaked

Tencent has recently opened the doors of the closed beta of Pokémon Unite, the MOBA created in collaboration with The Pokémon Company announced last June, arousing interest but also some controversy on the part ...
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Pokémon Unite - Tencent's new Moba announced

The latest announcement in Pokémon Presents was Pokémon Unite, the official Moba of pocket monsters. Unbelievable but true, The Pokémon Company has entered the field of exclusively competitive games. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgWeEGBbJDQ This new title developed by Tencent, inserts our ...

Final Fantasy XIV, the MMO has doubled its active players compared ...

Although the original Final Fantasy XIV release took place a decade ago, Square Enix's MMORPG has seen its playerbase expand ...

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Let's go back to talking about It Takes Two, the puzzle platformer developed by the Hazelight team led by Josef Fares. The title came out on ...

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