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first_img Finally, Ash Ketchum Is A Pokemon MasterMint-Condition Set of Pokemon Cards Sold For $107K A mainline Pokemon RPG on the Nintendo Switch is still, in my mind, an inevitability. Just consider the rumors, developer statements, and the fact that what other portable platform will exist in the future for Nintendo to put its games on? In the meantime, though, no matter how frustrating it is for fans on Nintendo’s latest platform, the system of choice when it comes to Pokemon is still the Nintendo 2/3DS. In a brief Pokemon Direct, Nintendo announced pretty much every Pokemon game except a true Pokemon for Nintendo Switch.If you set that big disappointment aside, this is a nice little suite of games. A Pokemon game is coming to Switch this year. Pokken Tournament DX is another Wii U game set to be saved by the new system. The updated 2D/3D fighting game features new characters added after the fact to the arcade version, and also stylish grass owl Decidueye. The game launches this September and you can see more of it in action at an E3 invitational tournament next week.This year, Nintendo will be putting out a follow-up to last year’s smash hits Pokemon Sun and Moon. However, it isn’t the rumored Switch remake “Pokemon Stars.” Instead, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are sequels set to make a whole bunch of money on Nintendo 3DS this November. Like previous Pokemon sequels, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are set in the same location as their predecessors, the tropical Alola Region, but feature new stories and Pokemon (hopefully with more fabulous new forms).Finally, two of the finest Pokemon games are also coming… to 3DS. When Pokken Switch launches 3DS owners will be able to purchase Pokemon Gold and Silver off of the Virtual Console, because that platform currently has a Virtual Console.So there you go, Pokemaniacs. Barring a surprise additional announcement at E3 or later, that’s the Pocket Monster content you can expect to play this year. But as for me, I’ll keep waiting. Stay on targetlast_img

first_imgIf you missed the debut of MAD at Duffy’s Irish Bar in February, make sure you don’t miss out this time around as the IAG team introduces you to one of Macau’s hidden gem nightlife spots. Kidult, covering an expansive 8,000 square feet, boasts a variety of fun features including a giant screen measuring 6.5 meters wide by 1.5 meters high, three karaoke rooms, an eSports center, electronic darts, electronic beer pong and more.Guests will be treated to free flow beer, wine and snacks while letting their hair down with industry peers.Attendees of MAD must work for an operator (land-based or online), a supplier to an operator, a VIP promoter or be connected to the industry in some way. The door price is MOP$500 and attendees must supply their business cards upon entrance. There is also a select list of VIPs invited to each event.To find out more, please contact Jadeson Ho on +853 2875 2959 or at’d be MAD not to be there. Marriage proposal provides unexpected highlight at third Macau After Dark Inside Asian Gaming will host the second instalment of Macau After Dark (MAD) this Friday 10 May 2019 at Kidult Club on the Macau peninsula.This must-attend quarterly series of industry networking social events, held in Asia’s gaming hub of Macau, brings together key industry decision-makers with the people they want to meet in a relaxed and friendly environment. JW Marriott at Galaxy Macau named venue and Galaxy Entertainment Group named Venue Sponsor for 2019 Asian Gaming Power 50 Black Tie Gala Dinner Inside Asian Gaming named Lead Media Partner of G2E Asia @ the Philippines Load More RelatedPostslast_img

first_imgThe accounting deficit of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes for the UK’s 350 largest listed organisations stood at £139 billion at the end of July 2016, compared to £119 billion at the end of June, according to research by Mercer.Its Pensions risk survey, which is based on analysis and projections of FTSE 350 organisations’ financial statements adjusted from their financial year-end reports, also found that asset values were £717 billion as of 29 July 2016. This is a £23 billion increase on the £694 billion recorded on 30 June 2016.Pension liabilities have also increased, rising by £43 billion from £813 billion in June 2016 to £856 billion in July 2016. This is the highest figure recorded since Mercer began monitoring deficits on a monthly basis.Le Roy van Zyl, senior consultant, financial strategy group at Mercer, said: “The vote for Brexit is clearly having a significant impact. Furthermore, the aggregate size of the pension scheme deficits glosses over the fact that some schemes and sponsors will have been much more affected than others, depending on their investment strategy and the nature of the sponsor’s business. In talking to trustees and sponsors over the past month it is clear that the continued uncertainty following the EU referendum makes it a challenging environment to operate a pensions scheme in.“However, it is recognised that working through scenarios of what might happen is a very useful way of identifying key threats and opportunities. This will enable a revised set of priorities to be adopted, or at least ensure in other cases that ‘no action’ is a deliberate decision. Indeed, some risk management opportunities are now much more attractive than before.“What has become very clear is that because different schemes have different stress points, careful assessment and planning is needed to ensure the right approach is adopted from here on.”last_img

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