For the first time, everyone's favorite electric rodent will be saying more than "Pika! Pika!" as it takes the role of a detective in the recently unveiled "top secret" Pokémon title and… speaks! Read on for more.
It wasn't too long ago that we first got wind of a new Pokémon game in the works, this time focusing on everyone's favorite electric rodent, Pikachu. While there isn't much new info to share, some rough footage was shown in a preview for a show on Japanese TV network NHK. More after the jump.
Hopefully Pokémon X and Pokémon Y end up leaving you hungry enough for more, because The Pokémon Company have something else up there sleeve, and this time they'll be putting the spotlight back on Pikachu. More after the jump.
What is a Japanese summer without a fireworks festival while wearing yukata! The Itabashi Fireworks Festival in Japan recently featured Pikachu-styled fireworks completed with Pokéball and making Pokémon masters excited while leaving others wondering if they were Pikachu-styled or something that resembled it. Watch the video and you be the judge after the jump!
Ah, Conker's Bad Fur Day. Notorious for its unashamed tastelessness, Rare's platformer apparently still holds some hidden gems. Thanks to a bit of hacking, we can now enjoy a deleted scene in which good ol' Pikachu ends up on the receiving end of a beatdown. Peep it past the break.
It was just the other day that we spotted the special Pikachu-themed Nintendo 3DS XL in a commercial for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, but Nintendo had "nothing to announce" at that time. Looks like they just wanted to wait a few more hours, because the Pikachu 3DS XL is coming to North America on March 24. More after the jump!
Either Nintendo has something up their sleeve, or they just like teasing North American Pokémon fans. In a commercial for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, one of the super-excited dudes is jamming the game on the Pikachu-themed 3DS XL, which saw a limited release in Japan and Europe. See for yourself past the jump.
Pokemon got back - at least, they do in a new round of merchandise featuring some of the fluffiest little pocket monsters with the biggest tails. Check out more after the jump.
It's perfectly natural to want to train your Pokémon to be the very best, like no one ever was, but these critters do have their limits. Or do they? Find out what happens when Pikachu gets jacked in El-Cid's fan animation after the jump.