Pokkén Tournament DX Announced for Switch

June 06th, 2017 | Category: Uncategorized

During today’s Pokémon Direct, The Pokémon Company CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara announced Pokkén Tournament DX for the Switch.

As the “DX” in the title suggests, the game will be an updated port. However, it will not only contain all of the modes, updates and characters from the Wii U and Arcade releases, it will also feature new modes, like three-on-three Team Battles and friends-only online matches.

In addition to that, the starters from Pokémon Sun and Moon will make their Pokkén debut. Decidueye will be a playable fighter, while Litten and Popplio will be support characters. Also, unlike the Wii U version, characters will not have to be unlocked; everyone will be available from the start.

Pokkén Tournament DX will launch worldwide on September 22.

Source: Pokemon.com

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Pokémon Direct Coming Tomorrow

June 05th, 2017 | Category: Uncategorized

Nintendo announced a Pokémon-focused Nintendo Direct presentation for tomorrow, June 6 at 7 a.m. PT.

Nothing is known about what will be discussed during the Direct, but the company confirmed that the presentation will only be eight-minutes long.

Source: @NintendoAmerica

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Mythical Pokémon Marshadow Event Planned for Pokémon Sun and Moon

April 08th, 2017 | Category: Uncategorized

Nintendo officially unveiled Marshadow, the latest Mythical Pokémon to join the long-running series, and hinted at a future distribution event for Pokémon Sun and Moon.

Official details are scarce, but players who have looked through the data for Sun and Moon have already discovered that Marshadow is number 802 in the Pokédex and is a Fighting- and Ghost-type.

Source: Official Pokémon YouTube Channel

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Pokémon Sun and Moon’s Third Global Mission Is A Success

February 03rd, 2017 | Category: Uncategorized

After two failed attempts, Pokémon Sun and Moon players have finally completed their first Global Mission.

Last month, the Pokémon Global Link challenged trainers all over the world to trade 1 million Pokémon through the Global Trade Station by February 14 and that goal was met in only four days.

Everyone that participates in the event will now receive 2,000 Festival Coins to spend in the games’ Festival Plaza. As a bonus for those who have a Pokémon Global Link account, they will receive an additional 2,000 Coins. Also, PGL members that make five or more trades will get five free Rare Candies.

The event is still going on, as there is a secondary goal: To trade 2 million Pokémon. If this goal is reached, all participants will receive a Friend Ball.

Source: 3ds.pokemon-gl.com, @serebii

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Pokémon Sun and Moon Break Nintendo Sales Record

January 20th, 2017 | Category: Uncategorized

Pokémon Sun and Moon have continued to light up sales charts and now IGN reports that the pair of games have become the fastest Nintendo titles to sell more than 4 million units.

The information comes from a statement made by Nintendo, citing statistics from the market research firm NPD Group. Since launching last November, Sun and Moon have combined to sell more than 4.5 million units.

Source: IGN

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Mythical Pokémon Arceus Giveaway Ends Tomorrow

December 30th, 2016 | Category: Uncategorized

Even though the year of Mythical Pokémon giveaways is officially over, Pokémon X, Y, Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby players can still use the Mystery Gift option to get the Alpha Pokémon Arceus before Saturday, December 31.

Players in the U.S. can use the code “ARCEUS20,” while those in Europe can use the code “ARCEUS2016.”

If you acquired Arceus from a previous distribution event, you will not be able to redeem the code for another one.

Source: @SerebiiNet

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Pokémon Sun and Moon Second Global Mission Is Live

December 27th, 2016 | Category: Uncategorized

Beginning today, Pokémon Sun and Moon players can band together and earn Festival Coins by completing this month’s Global Mission.

Trainers all over the world have until January 9 to catch or knock out a combined total of 1 million Pokémon. If they are successful, they will receive 2,017 Festival Coins to spend in Sun and Moon‘s Festival Plaza. If not, they will receive a consolation prize of 217 Festival Coins.

As a bonus for players that tied their game to a Pokémon Global Link account, they will receive 4,034 or 434 Festival Coins, depending on the Mission’s outcome.

Source: Serebii

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Ho-Oh and Kanto Featured in The Latest Pokémon Movie Trailer

December 14th, 2016 | Category: Uncategorized

The next Pokémon movie, titled “Pokémon I Choose You,” is slated to premiere on July 15 in Japan. Details on the story are currently unknown, but the first trailer and early promotional materials feature Pallet Town, Ho-Oh and other classic imagery from the very first episode of the Pokémon anime, with which the movie also shares its name.

Source: Serebii

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Nintendo and Best Buy Announce “Sunday Funday” Demo Event

December 10th, 2016 | Category: Uncategorized

Nintendo is partnering with Best Buy to hold demo events at participating stores across the U.S. between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. tomorrow, December 11.

Visitors will have a chance to try out some of Nintendo’s holiday titles, like Paper Mario: Color Splash and Pokémon Sun and Moon.

The full list of participating locations is available after the break. It can also be found on Nintendo.com.

Source: Nintendo

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Magearna Now Available in Pokémon Sun and Moon

December 05th, 2016 | Category: Uncategorized


The first Mythical Pokémon distribution event for Pokémon Sun and Moon is now live.

Once players have completed the games’ main story, they can use the QR Scanner feature to scan the above code and receive the Steel- and Fairy-type Pokémon Magearna. It will need to be picked up from the deliveryman at the Antiquities of the Ages shop in Hau’oli City.

Magearna arrives at Level 50 and knows the moves: Fleur Cannon, Flash Cannon, Lucky Chant and Helping Hand. It also has the exclusive ability Soul-Heart, which raises its Sp. Atk stat by one each time another Pokémon in the area faints.

The QR code will not expire, so players are free to complete the game at their own pace.

Source: Pokemon.com

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