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It looks like we’re getting closer and closer to seeing Pokemon Go finally arrive on mobile devices, as more and more early gameplay footage keeps making its way online. In this latest offering, we get a sneak peek at how evolutions will work.
The Pokemon Company is rewarding gamers outside of Japan with a free legendary Zygarde at level 100. The Pokemon is part of Nintendo's continued promotion of the Pokemon brand throughout this year as part of the 20th anniversary, in which they've been releasing new games and new content.
A new video has surfaced featuring beta gameplay from the upcoming mobile release of Pokemon GO, Nintendo's latest foray into augmented reality with the Pokemon brand. The video showcases a ton of new details, including customization, travel and more.
It was previously reported that Nintendo and the Pokemon Company would reveal some new footage of Pokemon Sun and Moon on April 3rd during a Japanese variety show. Well, they unveiled footage that was new to Japanese viewers, but it was not new to everyone else in the rest of the world.
April is officially upon us, which means it's time to celebrate with another free legendary Pokemon to add to your collection. Luckily for all of you trainers out there, we've got the details on how you can get your hands on this latest offering from The Pokemon Company.
Nintendo has been keeping the lid on their Pokemon games due out this year. They haven't been showing a lot of footage or promotional material for the upcoming titles, and only just recently did they release some new screenshots for Pokemon GO. Well, the highly anticipated and newly announced titles, Pokemon Sun and Moon, will receive its first gameplay footage soon.
You know what this world needs? More Pokemon, of course. Thankfully, we’ll soon be able to capture the little critters no matter where we go as Pokemon Go preps for its mobile launch. And now we’ve even got some additional details and a couple of images of the game in action, too.
So there’s a giant Pokemon trading card that’s actually made out of thousands of other Pokemon trading cards, making it one of the most meta art installations on the planet.
There has been some footage leaked online, allegedly showcasing some of the gameplay from Niantic's upcoming Pokemon GO for mobile phones and smart devices. Nintendo announced the game last year and it's been dark ever since... until now.
Sad news struck the gaming universe recently when it was reported that the creative design director who worked on multiple Pokemon games for Nintendo's platforms had been killed in an car accident due to a wind storm that was sweeping through the Washington state area.
Nintendo is continuing their monthly tradition for this year of giving away free legendary Pokemon in various Pokemon games as part of the 20th anniversary celebration for the series. The three new Pokemon that can be acquired includes Registeel, Regice, and Regirock.
Nintendo recently announced Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon for the Nintendo 3DS. The games are expected to arrive later this year. However, in the meantime gamers are eager to find out more about both titles and Nintendo has plans on sharing that info on April 15th in the Corocoro Magazine.
There's 10 minutes of gameplay that has been published online as Nintendo had allowed game enthusiasts to record up to 30 minutes of Pokken Tournament footage and showcase it to the public. The 10 minutes of footage covers some of the game's settings, Pokemon customization options and the player profile setup.
If you were hoping to learn more about Pokemon GO during its Game Developers Conference session schedule for March 14, you’re going to have to wait a bit longer. It looks like the developer has cancelled its presentation in order to keep focusing on actually finishing the game.
There are a lot of new details that spilled out of the latest Nintendo Direct today. The Big 'N' revealed some of the new content that's inbound for their newly announced Pokemon Sun and Moon for Nintendo's 3DS this fall. One of the big new surprises is that vehicles could be on the table.