The Shiny version of Tapu Koko is now available in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, Trainers! Starting today, the Legendary Pokémon native to the Alola Region is available via Nintendo Network until August 14.
Pokemon Sun and Moon released back in November, but there has been a key feature of recent handhelds missing. Pokebank was not initially launched with Pokemon Sun and Moon, but that changes today. Starting now, get your team back together, with an added incentive.
What a wild year we have had as Pokemon fans. Every month we got a Mythical Pokemon re-released, plus collectibles. We got Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow re-released. We got Pokemon Go. We got Pokemon Sun and Moon. This may have been the absolute best year to be a Pokemon fan. Unfortunately, all good things must draw to a close. However, the Pokemon Company is at least ending with an beautiful high...[Read More]
If you own a 2DS or 3DS, odds are you are chest deep in Pokemon Sun and/or Moon. The Game Freak title released a week and a half ago, but they made a big announcement yesterday. Between now and December 13th, Game Freak has a challenge for you: to catch 100 million Pokemon. I know you can do it, Champ in the making.
In a press release, collectibles auctioneer Heritage Auctions, announced that over the weekend it sold a Pokémon “Pikachu Illustrator” Trainer Promo Hologram trading card, for roughly $55,000.
With another major release in the handheld catalog coming soon, Nintendo has to catch up with some sweet swag. To do this, Nintendo has announced a black “New” 3DS with the silhouettes of Solgaleo and Lunala plastered all over it. Out of all the limited edition consoles released by Nintendo, this one seems the most lackluster. Either way let’s check out this Pokemon Sun & Moo...[Read More]
Another week, another Pokemon Sun and Moon reveal. I am almost certain I have used that joke before, but it still holds true. For this week week, we get one more Alolan Variant that Youngster Joey would approve of, and we finally see what happens when a big immovable object finally opens his eyes. (No I am not talking about Brock when he is in his older years.)
It has only been a couple weeks since the last update about new Pokemon and new features of Pokemon Sun and Moon. So naturally we are overdue for more stuffs. Today Nintendo and Gamefreak released brand new information that includes new Pokemon, new forms, and new information on the bad guys you will face in the Alola region.
Earlier this year, Nintendo and Gamefreak teased us for the Pokemon 20th Anniversary by announcing Pokemon Sun and Moon. No information was announced, other than it was coming this Holiday season. The hype was almost too much to contain. Today, we were shown the Region, Starters, Legendaries, and the actual release date! Let’s immediately jump into the wonderful world of Pokemon Sun and Moon!
Today on the newest Nintendo Direct, the PokeGods smiled upon us. I’ll start with the smallest news. Starting February 27th, you can purchase Pokémon Blue, Red, and Yellow on the Nintendo eShop for about $10. That’s not new information. However, if you do play these new ports, you will be able to send the pokemon you catch to newer games for the first time from Generation I. (this does...[Read More]