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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 (Iím 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, Iíve just never taken the time to become a part of that critter-catching world. Until now, that is. Just shy of my 30th birthday, Iím 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 youíre looking to be the very best, like none there ever was, then chances are pretty good that youíll 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.
Curious about a console port of Pokemon X And Y? Keep dreaming. Good news for Bohemia Interactive comes twofold with the developers being released from a Greek prison and Arma II topping the charts...again. And an analyst chimes in on the price of next-gen consoles in this week's recap.
Nintendo has released the first details involving Pokemon X and Yís legendary monsters and, if you checked out our coverage of the gamesí announcement, it turns out youíve already seen the duo in screenshots.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced Pokemon X and Pokemon Y for the 3DS today during a video presentation called Pokemon Direct. Both of these new RPG's will be released worldwide in October.
The Pokemon legacy continues early next year as Nintendo announced a March 24 release for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity. Become a Pokemon, explore the world, delve into dungeons and kick the snot out of your fellow cuddly creatures. Itís that simple.
Starting today, Pokemon fans can use their iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad as a Pokedex. The official Pokedex app for iOS acts as an all-in-one guide to Pokemon. It provides you with all of the vital information on each creature.
PETA has released another Flash game to poke fun at a popular title that they feel is anti-animal. Today they released "Pokemon Black And Blue," aimed at mocking the Pokemon RPG series.
A half-time tribute video has almost reached viral status due to being one of the most awesome half-time shows for a college football game. The choreography, the music, the timing, it's all pitch perfect. The near 10 minute video comes from Ohio State University's marching band during the game against Nebraska, in which they do a half-time show celebrating video games.
We've always clamored for a real console busting Pokemon game, and not one where you take snapshots of Pokemon in the wild. Well, one design artist took it upon himself to create a brief glimpse of what a Pokemon game could look like running on Epic's Unreal Engine 3.
If you enjoy games like Monster Rancher, Eye of Judgment or Pokemon then you might get a kick out of playing the new MMO from Beanfun called Bright Shadow, which has recently opened up for North American gamers, allowing players to hunt and collect more than 500 different monsters.
Broken Bulb Game Studios wasn't going to wait until the twelfth of never for Nintendo to make an official Pokemon MMO, instead they moved on ahead with Miscrits of Volcano Island, which is basically an open-world, multiplayer RPG designed in the same vein as Pokemon.