"Pokédex" Makes Its Way to iOS in Japan

Different regions can be purchased starting tomorrow

Nintendo may not mess around with other platforms much, but The Pokémon Company is extending its poké-reach with the release of Pokédex for iOS on Apple devices in Japan. The app uses 3D models similar to those in Pokédex 3D on 3DS, and offers information in six languages on Pokémon from various regions.


It doesn't all come with one single purchase, though. The base app offers info on Pokémon from the Unova region, and will run folks ¥170 (about $2) when it hits the store on November 16. For Pokémon listed in the Kanto Dex, Johto Dex, Hoenn Dex, and Sinnoh Dex, it'll cost an extra ¥500 (about $6) a pop. 



For more on the app, there are a few more pics on the official website.



Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. His blog can be found at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter at @Moldilox.

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