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Even though the Internet's infatuation has worn off a little, Twitch Plays Pokémon is still alive and kicking. This week, the Pokémon-obsessed army captured the last pocket monster from the first-generation Pokédex.
Warning: You should grab a box of Kleenex before watching this animated Pokédex video, because Cubone's origin story probably the most depressing thing you'll experience this month. And if you don't cry, you're an emotionless monster.
Remember when 1.16 million Twitch users joined forces to beat Pokemon? We did it together. Democracy overcame anarchy. The good guys won. Well, now Twitch is playing Halo, and it's the opposite of all that.
How do you make Pokemon scary rather than adorable? The answer, discovered by artist Elizabeth Emery, is to make them look like the Titans from Attack on Titan. Shiver.
You wanted Pokemans? Well, now you’ve GOT Pokemans. The Pokemon Company International and Netflix today announced the impending launch of everyone’s favorite television series starring pocket-sized monsters on Netflix streaming. Look for it starting March 1 or, for those of you without a calendar handy or no real sense of time, this Saturday.
Gamers have been “catching ‘em all” in Pokemon video games for quite a number of years now and, for just about as long as they’ve been playing the games, trainers have been able to watch the adventures of everybody’s favorite pocket monsters on TV, too. And now those animated adventures are finally coming to Hulu, complete with some recent seasons, movies and even the recently released Origins four-part special.
Well, 2013 was certainly a big year for video games. The 3DS and Vita really hit their stride, home consoles got some late-life classics and, with the arrival of two new gaming machines, 2014 is looking to be just as awesome. So which games from the past 12 months were the best?
The Pokemon Bank Nintendo 3DS app is about to launch and, with it, Nintendo is now offering a free Celebi to sweeten the pot. Just imagine: An adorable little Celebi to add to your collection, and all you have to do to get it is sell a fraction of your soul to Nintendo.
There’s quite a bit of variety hitting the Nintendo virtual marketplace this week with everything from Pokemon television series episodes to new 3D Sega games and a bunch of discounts on Mario Bros. titles popping up just in time for the holidays.
Charging through the tall grass, my six most loyal compatriots at my side, I enter battle after battle on a never-ending quest to become the very best. For the past three weeks, my life has been devoted to the art of combat. I’ve obliterated all who stand in my way, only granting mercy to the rare few deemed worthy of joining my steadily growing army. All others must perish. I’ve traveled countless miles, climbed mountains, scoured shorelines and wandered through forests. I’ve fed a sword a cupcake. This has been my first experience with Pokemon.
The Pokemon Company revealed this weekend that they're making a Pokemon detective game. Players will team up with Pikachu to solve mysteries.
Several days after moving into my new home, my neighbors have informed me that a professor from a nearby city wants all of the local youth to venture into the world. I present a letter from said professor to my mother, who seems far too eager to kick me out of the house and (I’m assuming) take over my massive bedroom on the second floor. And so, I shoulder my backpack and head into the tall grass. My life as a Pokemon trainer has finally begun.
I was wholly aware of the Pokemon craze from the moment it skyrocketed into playground popularity here in the States, I’ve just never taken the time to become a part of that critter-catching world. Until now, that is. Just shy of my 30th birthday, I’m finally going to join Pikachu, Charizard and the rest of the Pocket Monsters on their latest adventure through the world of Pokemon. Dear lord, give me strength.
One of the best things about nerd culture is the fact that many of the fans are some truly dedicated individuals. Sometimes these talented folks manage to entertain us with their own contributions made in honor of their favorite movie, comic book or video game, such as this latest music video mixing violin, guitar, dubstep and...Pokemon?
If you’re looking to be the very best, like none there ever was, then chances are pretty good that you’ll want to head into GameStop sometime between right this very minute and March 24. That gives you 20 days to take advantage of a special promotion offering the new mythical Pokemon, Meloetta, as a free download.