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If thereís one thing Pokemon know how to do, itís fight. Now the question remains: Do you? The answer to that question can be tested this month as GameStop gets ready to host a Pokken Tournament tournament (you read that right) that will pit players against one another in pocket-monster-sized fisticuffs.
It looks like Japan isnít the only place to get your hands on those special edition Nintendo 2DS bundles themed after the relaunch of Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow. Theyíre coming to Europe, too, and Nintendo has even released a new trailer to celebrate the occasion.
If you want to be the very best, like no one ever was, then youíve still got some Pokemon catching to do. Thatís right, trainers, thereís a new pocket-sized monster just waiting to be caught, and she was revealed over the weekend as part of the Pokemon 20th Anniversary celebration. Say hello to the clockwork wonder, Magearna.
Nintendo is continuing to support the Wii U exclusive, Super Mario Maker. The game recently received a new update that features three of the starter Pokemon from the early Gameboy games as playable skins. This includes Squirtle, Charmander and Bulbasaur.
The most romantic time of year is just around the corner and itís a time when geeks and gamers alike are granted the opportunity to let their geek light shine. Or at least if you think Valentineís Day is a holiday created by the greeting card companies, think of it as an excuse to buy really cool gaming gear. Here are some very unique and fun video game Valentineís Day gifts.
A number of mythical Pokemon in four different Pokemon games will be available starting tomorrow on February 1st. The event will run for the entire year with a new Pokemon being made available each month. Things will kick off with the mythical psychic Pokemon, Mew. You will only have a limited time to get your hands on the little monster.
The mashup video featuring Hollywood actor Danny DeVito's voice overlaying the Detective Pikachu game for the Nintendo 3DS has gone viral. The video comes on the heels of a petition with tens of thousands of signatures asking for Nintendo to hire DeVito to voice Pikachu for the upcoming game.
Nintendo recently announced that Japan will receive a new Nintendo 3DS mystery adventure game called Detective Pickachu. The game features a smart-mouthed Pikachu mirrored after the BBC's newest Sherlock series. Well, gamers are hoping that Hollywood actor Danny DeVito will voice the yellow, electric furball if the game does get localized for a Western release.
Thereís only one thing better than Pikachu, and thatís Pikachu in an adorable little hat, solving crimes. And thatís exactly what youíll get in the newly announced Detective Pikachu game for Nintendo 3DS.
Nintendo has invested big money to run an ad during the upcoming Super Bowl event to celebrate 20 years of Pokemon Ė be it the action figures, the trading cards, the television cartoon or the handheld and console video games. The ad is only a minute long and doesn't show any games or gameplay footage whatsoever.
Mobile gaming has been taking the video game industry by storm lately, with major companies like Konami completely changing gears to appeal to a mobile audience. But if youíre a console gamer whoís interested in learning about what new and upcoming mobile games to look forward to, well weíve got a treat for you.
Preston Dunagan used the Unreal Engine 4 to recreate all the areas outside the Kanto region in Pokemon. The model was based on a 1:1 recreation of the world from the original games by counting each step and redesigning every single metric pixel in a 3D model.
Nintendo has announced that they have a year-long celebration planned for the 20th anniversary of the Pokemon brand. Things will kick off with a series of new products, Pokemon-themed accessories and plenty of new games and toys releasing throughout 2016 for the Nintendo 3DS, mobile devices and the Nintendo Wii U.
If youíre an avid viewer of Adult Swim, then you are very familiar with the adventures of Rick and Morty, where every episode is a trip through time and space to solve some dire mistake that could cost them their lives and the end of the world. But now, in the gameplay style of old school Pokemon titles, Rick and Morty is going to be available as a mobile game.
Pokemon has come a long way over the past 20 years. Nintendo is celebrating the series that skyrocketed Game Freak into stratospheric success and made many of Nintendo's portable handhelds must-own devices by re-releasing the original card pack that got it all started back in 1996.