Details About Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's Paid Membership Service Revealed

As we previously reported, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be receiving a paid membership service on November 21st, with details coming on November 20th. Nintendo has now revealed more details on the membership service, dubbed Pocket Camp Club.

Taken from the Official Site, the first plan is the Happy Helper Plan and lets you set your favorite animal as your camp caretaker, and they will help you with requests and events. The Happy Helper Plan costs $2.99USD/month, and also come with a one month free trial.

The second is the Cookie & Depot Plan, which will grant you five fortune cookies every month, and you'll be able to use warehouses to store your furniture and clothes. The Cookie & Depot Plan costs $7.99USD/month, though does not come with a month free trial due to the higher price.

Pocket Camp Club members will also have shorter crafting times, and gain access to the exclusive Pocket Camp Club Journal, which will give subscribers articles about their favorite villag…

First Images of Nintendo Tokyo Show Off Animal Crossing Display

Nintendo Tokyo is set to open this coming Friday, and we've already shown off the Animal Crossing kitchenware that will be hitting the shelves. Now, thanks to Famitsu, we've been given a more in depth look at some of the upcoming displays, and a sneak peek at some new Animal Crossing merch!

Thanks to the images shared, we can get a nice look at the Animal Crossing displays featured in store, as well as a few more Animal Crossing themed merchandise that can be purchased. In addition to what's already been revealed, it looks like you'll also be able to purchase a pillow and place mat with the cute artwork, some chopsticks, and what we believe are reusable coffee mugs and a salt and pepper shaker. There also seems to be a piece of fabric shown off, that could be either a tea towel or a t-shirt, and maybe some coasters. We think we can spot some phone cases and pencil cases in the background, too We can also see some tube of sticks with K.K. Slider and Tom Nook up the top, …

Paid Membership Service Coming to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

It's been a while since we've posted about Pocket Camp, but it seems the mobile app will soon be receiving a paid membership service similar to Mario Kart Tour's Gold Pass, set to release on November 21st in Japan.

Currently, not much is known about the upcoming membership service, other than what's been provided in the in-game notification. There will be two plans, the first will allow you to appoint one lucky animal as a camp caretaker to get extra help around your campsite, the other will let you receive fortune cookies and store furniture in your warehouse.

More information is said to come on November 20th, which will be detailed in videos. 

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Animal Crossing Themed Kitchenware Coming to Nintendo Tokyo

Japan's first official Nintendo store is set to open in Toyko on November 22nd, and they've just revealed a line of cooking related Animal Crossing merchandise!

Previously, only small amounts of Animal Crossing merch were revealed, most of it tied to Nintendo franchises, though you could buy a tote bag or key ring that was exclusively Animal Crossing. Newly revealed this morning was a wave of exclusive Animal Crossing cooking merchandise!

Thankfully the website lists what items are for sale as well as their price. Item #1 is a cooking pot that will set you back 4,500 yen, item #2 is an oven mitt for 1,300 yen, #3 is a mug for 1,00 yen (my personal favorite), #4 and #5 are a large and small canister, for 2,400 and 1,500 yen respectively, #6 is a small storage jar for 680 yen, and #7 and #8 are a big and small container for 1,200 and 1,400 yen each.

To those who live in Japan, this is an incredibly cute way to have your own Animal Crossing themed kitchenware! Hopefully even more An…

Latest Pokemon Trailer Shows Off Gigantamax Forms of Classic Pokemon!

Though it may have leaked via CoroCoro a few hours before hand, that didn't stop the latest Pokemon news hyping up fans, revealing Gigantamax Forms for Pikachu, Eevee, Charizard, Meowth and Butterfree.
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⚔️🛡️ — Ghost-type Pokémon (@Pokemon) October 16, 2019 The first two "standard" Gigantamax Pokemon are Charizard and Butterfree. You can catch both these Pokemon through normal gameplay from max raid battles, but are said to be very rare. Charizard can use G-Max Wildfire, which will continue to deal damage to any Pokemon it hits for four turns, as long as it isn't a fire type; Butterfree can use G-Max Befuddle, which will cause either the poison, paralysis, or sleep status to any Pokemon it hits.

The other three are "special" Gigantamax Pokemon, being Eevee, Pikachu, and Meowth. Gigantamax …

Animal Crossing: New Horizons @ Nintendo Live 2019

As previously reported, Nintendo Live 2019 would be happening on October 13th and 14th, and Day 1 of Nintendo Live went off with a bang, and whilst we didn't get any new information on New Horizons, we did get a look at their incredibly cute Animal Crossing booth. They even held an hour long Splatoon concert, with a surprise appearance by K.K. Slider himself!

As mentioned, most of what we got was an Animal Crossing themed booth, but as previously reported many characters would be making appearances for photo opportunities, including Tom Nook, Timmy, Tommy K.K. Slider, and Isabelle. Though Isabelle's future in New Horizons has been left unclear, this certainly seems to imply she'll still be a big presence in the game.

The tour starts off with a video presentation from Tom Nook, and then allows attendees to freely view the booth, to see many Animal Crossing themed displays to imitate island life, before finally taking photos with the previously mentioned characters, depending …

Galarian Ponyta Officially Revealed, Exclusive to Pokemon Shield

As previously reported, Galarian Ponyta has been revealed for Pokemon Sword and Shield, but now The Pokemon Company has released a trailer officially revealing the Pokemon, with a few more details that were unknown about the new Ponyta variation.