CP represents the overall power of a Pokemon’s various stats. This guide explains How To Increase Pokemon CP In Pokemon Rumble Rush as there are many different techniques to increasing the power of your Pokemon so you can take down the next Super Boss and move on to a new area.
It is worth noting that higher CP does not always mean it’s a better Pokemon. For example, I have a CP 150 Poliwag and a CP 125 Poliwag. However, the lower CP Poliwag has a 3 star move whereas the higher Poliwag only has a 1 star move. Unless the CP difference is much bigger, it’s usually always better to focus on the Pokemon with the better move. 3 Stars are best, 1 stars are worst.
How To Increase Pokemon CP In Pokemon Rumble Rush
The first way of increasing a Pokemon’s CP is to catch higher CP Pokemon. When you catch a Pokemon you earn points towards that specific Pokemon. As you catch more and more of the same type of Pokemon, the CP level you encounter them will increase. This is a long method but if there’s a Pokemon you want to be as high as possible, catch as many of them as you can.
Next up, Gears. The first method is to use Move Gears. These increase a Pokemon’s CP by a very small amount but it works on all Pokemon. It can be a great help if you’re 10 CP short of a Super Boss but otherwise you will want to use more specific gears.
For example, I have a 132 CP Charmander with Return. A normal Move Gear, the one I have is level two, will increase Charmanders CP to 142. However, if I use an ability specific gear, I can increase that much further. If I use a level 1 Normal Move Plus gear, because Return is a normal type move, it will increase Charmanders CP by 30, a huge difference. The gears you place on your Pokemon need to match the Pokemon’s move type, not the Pokemon’s actual type.
That’s the best ways for How To Increase Pokemon CP In Pokemon Rumble Rush.
Ore is vital in Pokemon Rumble Rush as it allows you to upgrade your gears, make your Pokemon more powerful and access better summons. This guide will tell you How To Get More Ore In Pokemon Rumble Rush as not all of the levels you encounter will drop ore.
Ore is a special resource in the game that, once refined, unlocks various upgrades and improvements that can be added to your Pokemon. Once you find some Ore you must take it to the Refinery where Magnemite will turn it into valuable items. This is a length process that can be sped up but typically, it’s a few hours for the better ores.
How To Get More Ore In Pokemon Rumble Rush
When you find a new area in Adventure Mode, press it. This brings up the Battle screen. Here you will see the different kinds of Pokemon you can encounter on that particular mission. It’s also where you choose what Pokemon you will be taking into battle.
Near the Battle button is a small Ore icon. Click the Ore icon. This will tell you exactly whether or not you can get ore on that particular level and what different gears you can receive from those ores. That’s the best way to farm them at the moment, find a level with the gears you need and repeat it.
When you explore different areas in Pokemon Rumble Rush, you may notice shining Pokemon surrounded by small stars. This guide explains What Are Shiny Pokemon With Stars In Pokemon Rumble Rush as while it’s still a slightly exciting encounter, it’s not quite the shiny Pokemon many hoped for.
I have yet to encounter any shiny Pokemon in Pokemon Rumble Rush. It’s almost certain they are in the game or will be introduced soon but unfortunately, the Pokemon you see in the game surrounded by stars that look a bit shiny, are not shiny Pokemon.
What Are Shiny Pokemon With Stars In Pokemon Rumble Rush
Instead, the stars surrounding the Pokemon indicate a 100% catch rate, or very close to it. To catch Pokemon in Pokemon Rumble Rush, you simply need to defeat the Pokemon. Once defeated there is a small chance it will drop to the ground and become captured.
If you see a Pokemon that looks shiny or surrounded by small stars, that means it’s a guarantee capture if you kill it before it escapes. So, in short, make sure you always priority target these Pokemon for the easy capture before they attempt to flee.
Abra is a Pokemon you encounter very early in Pokemon Rumble Rush but how do you kill it? This guide explains How To Catch Abra In Pokemon Rumble Rush so you can add this illusive Pokemon to your Pokedex and hopefully net yourself some powerful new Pokemon moves.
During the tutorial phase of Pokemon Rumble Rush, you will encounter an area of Geodudes. During this area there is a chance that Abra’s will appear, clustered in with the Geodude. They are difficult to catch because as soon as you attack them, they will retreat, and your Pokemon is too slow to catch up.
How To Catch Abra In Pokemon Rumble Rush
In order to catch the Abra you need to be able to take it down in a single hit. While this is possible with a basic attack with a high enough level Pokemon and a type advantage, there’s an easier way. If you hold the screen instead of tapping, your Pokemon charges their attack ability. Using this nearly guarantees you will kill Abra in one shot. It’s not guaranteed that you will catch him, but take him down enough and he’s yours.
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Guide Feathers are a very valuable resource in Pokemon Rumble Rush as they allow you to discover new areas. This guide will tell you How To Get Guide Feathers In Pokemon Rumble Rush so you can explore more of the map, locate more powerful Pokemon and fill out that Pokedex.
During the early stages of the game, specifically the tutorial, you will always have plenty of Guide Feathers. There’s always enough for you to locate and catch the required Pokemon so you can complete the objectives to fight the next Super Boss. However, later in the game a little more farming is required.
How To Get Guide Feathers In Pokemon Rumble Rush
Currently there is one single method that guarantees Guide Feathers, Super Boss battles. When you defeat a Super Boss in Pokemon Rumble Rush, they drop Guide Feathers. This is a guaranteed drop so you cannot miss them.
The only other way is less reliable but better for farming, as you cannot always repeat Super Boss battles. When you use your Guide Feathers and explore new regions, pay close attention to the Pokemon of that area. Each area has a mini-boss at the end of the level, if you are fighting higher evolution enemies, they seem to have better drop rates.
For example, if you have an area that has a Pidgey boss and another that has an Ivysaur boss, always choose the latter. The drop rate for Guide Feathers appears to be higher.
That’s How To Get Guide Feathers In Pokemon Rumble Rush.
E3 2019 is right around the corner and with it comes tons of new info on games we are looking forward to. Here are our top 10 games we expect to see at E3 2019.
Top 10 Games We Expect To See At E3 2019
Let’s kick this list off right with one of the most impressive titles of E3 2018, Cyberpunk 2077. With the masterminds behind The Witcher 3 at the helm, CD PROJEKT RED’s Cyberpunk 2077 aims to deliver an equally exciting world set in a dystopian future. The studio previously showed how players could customize their character, along with some combat, city exploration, and a drivable car. We hope to see something a bit more focused for E3 2019, including the choices and consequences one can make. One thing’s for certain: if a release date isn’t unveiled, Cyberpunk 2077 is slated to hit the next generation of consoles.
Animal Crossing Switch
Let’s take a 180 and look at our number nine pick, set in the cheerful world of Animal Crossing. Not much is known right now; Nintendo has said that it is coming this year, even as recently as April 25. If that is the case, bet on a big trailer at this year’s show. Their showing this year will likely include the new place we will call home, a look at old friends and new, a few different mini-games, and whatever the current gimmick will be. They will also remind players of Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, sparking all villagers to dive back in.
Gears Of War 5
Our number eight pick is one likely coming out this year: Gears of War 5. The first gameplay footage shown at E3 2018 provided a first look at the series’ new direction, moving from a third person cover based shooter to a more open world exploration one. Alongside a release date, the new trailer should hopefully showcase more gameplay and its co-op. Once it fades to black, however, we eagerly await at the real Xbox seller: Gears POP!
Did you forget about that? Because we didn’t.
Dragon Ball Project Z
Though we would expect to see it at Sony’s conference, our number seven pick goes to Dragon Ball Project Z. A first look was provided at the beginning of the year, along with a launch date of 2019. Not much is currently known, other than the fact that the focus will be on Goku and that it has its roots in the action RPG genre. We hope to see some more of the gameplay engine powering this title, and will hopefully see if any other Saiyans or Namekians will be playable. Despite all of this, after Xenoverse and Xenoverse 2, our expectations for this one may be too great.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order
After two canceled EA Star Wars projects, Respawn Entertainment takes the helm with their single player Star Wars adventure Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. In the reveal trailer, players learned about the protagonist and the title’s place in canon. The chief complaint about the reveal, which we hope to see more of at E3, it its gameplay. Lightsaber action and force powers are both present and accounted for, but what type of gameplay will this title feature? Is it linear? Open world? Mission-based? EA knows, and we will find out soon.
Dying Light 2
Though we hoped to see it release in 2018, our number five pick goes to Dying Light 2. E3 2018 provided a solid look at the game, though no hands-on time was provided for us at the show. The original Dying Light was impressive, and Dying Light 2 looks to improve upon it with more zombies, more enemies, more weapons, and more RPG elements. Choices seem to be a significant factor in the game this time around, meaning you might take on the role of a leader. In the trailer this year, we expect to see a horde of zombies players can fight and a couple of new types of zombies as well. A release date is all but confirmed at this point too.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake
At number four we have Final Fantasy VII. After the latest Sony State Of Play, we were told to expect more info on this game in June. We expect to see it at the Square-Enix event, complete with one of Sony guys among them. A big focus of this year’s trailer will no doubt be the combat. Combat from the reveal did not look turn-based, much to the disappointment of fans. Whether it is turn-based or not at this point is a mystery, but E3 2019 should hope to answer that question. Expect a release date of 2020 at the end as well, because they already have a heavy hitter this year.
Number 3 is a game that is flying under a lot of peoples radar, and that is Biomutant. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world where you play as a small mutant rat? Cat? Not sure what animal but you are small, and you can use guns, kung fu, and melee weapons. Though it has been flying under the radar for most people, the game has been shown multiple times at Pax and even recently at Pax East 2019. I actually expect to see this one get a trailer in the Nintendo Direct and a release date of 2020.
Number two is a game that has us intrigued: Halo Infinite. We can all agree that the last two Halo games were good, but not great. However, Infinite seems to be teasing something big and new. The trailer from last year provided a feeling of wonder and excitement to us. Is this going to be an open world Halo game where we explore planets and maybe Halo rings? We’re not sure, but we can tell you that we will see it this year. Gameplay will definitely be shown, and more info will be dropped about the game. Don’t expect a release date though – we feel this one needs more time in the cooker.
The Avengers Project
Remember that big game Square-Enix has planned for this year? That game is The Avengers Project, and it is our number one pick for the show. All we have had for this game so far is a reveal, which showed next to nothing. In 2019, The Avengers are bigger then ever, and if you aren’t putting The Avengers game out, then you are just straight up foolish. Though we expect something minor for the Final Fantasy VII remake, this trailer is going to be big. By the end, we will know how the game plays, what we will be doing, who we play as, and the release date. With some luck, people will get some hands-on time, and we will hear first hand if it is good or not.
So what do you expect to see at E3 2019? Leave a comment below and let us know.
Ahead of its regional Beta testing, Activision has released more information regarding their free-to-play title Call of Duty: Mobile.
The Main Menu functionality for the title features four separate menu screens. This area allows for players to check messages and invites, look for other players from recent games, find and Add Game Friends, and contact said friends via in-game text and chat functions.
To optimize the experience for mobile, the Settings Menu for the game offers a number of ways to adjust the game. Players can set it up so they are always sprinting, and can also adjust sensitivity with 17 sliders. Players can also tweak how the Gyroscope function works for aiming, and can also adjust the Camera Field of Vision. A Simple Mode, which allows for automatic fire, along with an Advanced mode with manual fire and HUD customizations is also available.
The Scorestreaks menu for the game will provide a wide variety of offensive equipment. Players can then choose up to three to use in a game.
Finally, at the main Loadout screen, players can pick a Primary weapon (which has a separate spot for Optics and three Attachments), along with a Secondary weapon (that has the same augmentation possibilities). Players can also pick and add Skins, sort weapons by type, Rarity, and other elements
Finally, the development team confirmed that Free-For-All, Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, and Domination have been confirmed.
Route 59 Games announced that their cinematic cel-shaded visual novel Necrobarista will come to the PC on August 8.
In this title, players will step foot in a magical cafe in Melbourne known as the Terminal. Frequented by both the living and the dead, and staffed by a necromancer, this show allows the deceased to return to the world of the living for one final day.
In this title, players will be able to investigate the title’s environments as they get to know patrons and help them resolve unfinished business.
You can view a trailer below:
Necrobarista – Gameplay Trailer
Necrobarista - Gameplay Trailer - YouTube
The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch next year.
The world of Minecraft meets our own world with the upcoming release of the AR-focused Minecraft Earth.
With Minecraft Earth, players will be able to share their masterpieces and delve into others’ creations. Working with others, players will be able to gather resources, take on challenges, and share the wonders of your imagination.
Many of the mobs players have become familiar with have been included, along with a number of new ones. Later on, players will get the chance chance to breed unique variants, and can then use them to populate your own builds.
You can view a trailer below:
Minecraft Earth: Official Reveal Trailer
Minecraft Earth: Official Reveal Trailer - YouTube
Sonic and co. return in a brand new addition to the long-running racing franchise with the release of Team Sonic Racing. Mixing the fast and chaotic nature of karting games with an exciting new take on team-based gameplay and strategy, this title hopes to redefine the depth of the genre. Is this title worth lacing up those red and white Power Sneakers, or should this be one watched from the sidelines?
Team Sonic Racing Review
At its core, Team Sonic Racing is an attempt to emulate the genre defining juggernaut Mario Kart. Following the success of Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Transformed, the team at Sumo Digital return with an all-new, Sonic-based cast, brand new gameplay mechanics and a host of new features hoping to dethrone Nintendo’s franchise.
If you’re at all familiar with the host of games in the karting genre, many of Team Sonic Racing’s features will be immediately recognizable. There’s a number of characters, each with their own kart and style of play. The Speed types excel at, well, top speed, while Technique players and Power players have other benefits such as avoiding slow down penalties on rough terrain, the ability to break through parts of the tracks for shortcuts, and even access better Wisps (weapons).
The style of the races is also very familiar, but not at all in a negative manner. There’s tons of different races tracks – 21 in total, both old and new – each with a host of obstacles and challenges. Each race consists of nailing that perfect drift, hitting that clinch weapon shot, and taunting that opponent you just sent flying into oblivion. All of the beloved features of the karting genre are here in full force.
The most interesting aspect of Team Sonic Racing, and arguably its greatest feature, is the addition of cooperative teamplay mechanics. The average karting game consists of boosts, weapons, and drifting, rewarding solo skill and style over anything else. While Team Sonic Racing embodies many of those elements, it strips away at the core of the genre with several features aimed at encouraging and rewarding team tactics and strategies.
In the Team Racing modes, players are a member of a three man team. With four teams in each race, there are a total of 12 racers altogether. All drivers on a team work in tandem to increase their overall team score, which is influenced by a number of interesting factors. The most valuable factor, is of course, where you finish in the final standings of the race, but if things are a little tight at the top of the table, it’s the squad that showed the most teamwork that will come out on top.
Various actions are available throughout the race to aid your allies and increase your team score. You can send weapons and pick-ups to other members of your team, request items if you’re in a bit of a pickle, and work together to get enough team score to launch the Team Ultimate Boost – a short period of incredible speed and invincibility. Driving in tandem with other members of your team offers further abilities to increase your chances of winning. You can Slingshot past your allies by following their slipstream and zooming past for a boost and can even rescue team mates if you skim them as they are hit or stunned by opponents.
It’s simple enough to play Team Sonic Racing as you would Mario Kart, ignoring your allies in the race to claim that top podium spot. However, if you embrace the ideals of working as a team, it creates for a much more exciting and rewarding gameplay experience overall. This is best showcased when playing with friends or in a more organized team, and creates many nail biting moments as the scores are tallied and your team rises to the top through the team-based objectives.
Included is a variety of different online and offline game modes, including split-screen, time trials, ranks and leaderboards. Put simply, there’s plenty on offer to keep competitive players entertained. Every character has access to their own vehicle, and each one can be heavily customized in a multitude of ways. There are more than 130 unique parts that you can unlock to customize your favorite characters karts, including both visual upgrades and performance-enhancing equipment. The unlock system does resemble a loot-box style approach, but it’s not very intrusive and all available through in-game currency.
The team-based aspects of Team Sonic Racing are easily the games most exciting aspects, but it’s also a little troublesome – especially in the online modes. Instead of 12 players looking to tear each other apart at any cost, it’s made up of four teams. This often results in getting hammered by several opponents at once as cohesive teams pass by and utilize every weapon available to keep you down. This is a staple of the genre itself but due to the reduced targets, you do leave many races feeling rather picked on. A minor annoyance at best, I’m more disappointed it’s yet another Sonic game without the Chao Garden. What gives SEGA?
As a complete package, Team Sonic Racing is the real deal. 15 different characters from the Sonic franchise converge, tons of customization options, plenty of tracks and different game modes. The visuals pulsate with energy and excitement, the soundtrack is awesome, and it all falls together to make a high-quality Sonic experience fans are sure to love. It’s also a fantastic game to play with the kids, if one wins, they all win.
Team Sonic Racing is an absolute blast as a local multiplayer game. The team based mechanics offer an injection of fresh and exciting ideas into an otherwise stagnating genre, making it a must-play for fans of the series. The online races can be a little chaotic at times, but with a bit of patience and a lot of luck, there’s plenty of fun to be had here.
Team Sonic Racing - Launch Trailer - YouTube
This Team Sonic Racing review was done on the PlayStation 4 Pro. A code was provided by the publisher.