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Leading up to the launch of Pokemon: Alpha Sapphire and Pokemon: Omega Ruby, gamers can grab a special selection of downloadable monsters from GameStop for the most recent iteration of the series, X and Y. This week, that includes the crystalline Diancie, which can be caught at GameStop for a limited time.
Pokemon X and Y players will soon have a new Pokemon to add to their collection. Diancie is a Mythical Pokemon with both Rock and Fairy characteristics.
The Pokemon Company International announced today that they're going to launch the Pokemon Bank service for Pokemon X and Y right after Christmas. The company also provided a new trailer that showcases the Bank's features.
Nintendo has announced that they're packing Pokemon X and Y with their 2DS handheld. The bundles will hit select retailers throughout North America on December 6th.
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. Iíve 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. Iíve traveled countless miles, climbed mountains, scoured shorelines and wandered through forests. Iíve fed a sword a cupcake. This has been my first experience with Pokemon.
Some Pokemon X and Y gamers have discovered a bug has ruined their save files. In an official announcement on their website, Nintendo confirmed the issue and explained how players can avoid this problem.
Pokemon X and Y were released this weekend and fans showed up in full force to buy them. Nintendo announced today that the games sold a combined 4 million copies on October 12th and 13th.
Thereís no point in beating around the bush here. Sure, some other games are coming out to Nintendo consoles this week and, yeah, one or two of them might be blipping on your radar but, letís face it, itís all about the Pokeemans. Itís somewhat slim pickings for the Nintendo eShop and Virtual Console this week as everyone clears the way for the 800-pound gorilla known as Pokemon X/Y.
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?
This weekend Pokemon fans in North America can start preparing themselves for Pokemon X and Y's launch. Nintendo has released two special-edition 3DS XL models inspired by the two upcoming role-playing games.
It was a big day for Pokemon as Nintendo made several announcements during a special Direct presentation this morning, spilling the beans on a pair of Pokemon-themed 3DS systems, a system for banking your previously captured monsters and a trio of familiar critters that you'll be able to start the game with in the upcoming X and Y versions.
Nintendo believes that there are a lot of DS users out there who never upgraded to the 3DS because of the price or because they don't want 3D games. To cater to this demographic, the company plans to release a bargain priced Nintendo 2DS.
Pokemon X and Y will provide players with new ways to boost their Pokemon's power. A Mega Evolution is a new type of transformation that will greatly increase the power of certain Pokemon.
Game Freak shed some more light on the collection of Pokemon in Pokemon X and
At the Japan Expo in Paris, Game Freak director Junichi Masuda announced another Pokemon appearing in Pokemon X and Y. Honedge is a Steel/Ghost-type Pokemon that hasn't appeared in any prior games.