A handful of new Pokémon recently leaked, and some of them were strange enough to make people wonder just how legit they were. A Japanese Pokémon Sun and Moon trailer was hot on its heels with a confirmation, though, showing the oddball likes of Tapu Koko, Charjabug and its evolution Vikavolt, Drampa, Bruxfish, Cutiefly, and Togedamaru. More after the jump.
The 2nd installment of the special collaboration between retro-gaming comedy TV show Game Center CX and Pokémon is now available online. Hit the jump to see how well Chief Arino progresses in his quest to capture all 151 Pokémon from Nintendo Game Boy's 1996 Pokémon Red and Blue video games.
To celebrate the victory of Greninja (known as Gekkouga in Japan) in the first ever "Pokémon General Election 720", the official Pokémon Youtube channel has put together a video package of the plucky Water / Dark Type Pokémon in action performing various ninja techniques. Hit the jump to check it out.
On the heels of a crushing defeat in the "Pokémon General Election 720" in which Simisear (known as Baokkie in Japan) came in dead last in the rankings, the beleaguered Fire Type Pokémon is trying to reclaim its tarnished image as an unpopular loser that nobody loves with a promotional campaign that includes presents for Pokémon fans. Hit the jump to learn more.
In the 20th anniversary year of the Pokémon Red and Green game, Japanese retailers have started accepting pre-orders for Kotobukiya's new ARTFX J character figure of Red from the Pocket Monsters/Pokémon franchise, for a November 2016 release. The 9,180-yen set also includes a 70mm-tall pre-painted Pikachu figure. Check the details after the jump.
It's angry looking. It's got a maw full of sharp teth. It's a explicitly a loiterer. Yeah, there are definitely nicer looking Pocket Monsters than Yungoos. That one, along with woodpecker Pikipek and grubby Grubbin are the latest three additions to Pokémon Sun and Moon. Get a look after the jump.