Guys, do you know Kirby's Dream Band? They're really great and I highly recommend listening to their album of video game music covers if you haven't already. As if their record wasn't good enough, they just released a brutally pink music video for their Pokémon Red and Blue song, which you can see after the jump.
DeviantArt user arvalis has a few realistic Pokémon paintings online, and his latest Mewtwo piece was done in under two hours. That didn't keep it from serving as solid proof that Pokémon Snap would be absolutely terrifying in real life. See for yourself after the jump.
Ever wonder what professional sports would be like in the world of Pokémon? No? That's weird, it seems like something that should be on everyone's mind. Either way, artist Michah Coles has us covered with a batch of redesigns that put a Pokémon spin on NBA logos. Hit the jump to see 'em all.
What do you get when you mix Pokémon and Attack on Titan? I… don't… know? Apparently you get Pokémon Millennial Edition, a "3D Action RPG shooter FAN GAME" that has a Trainer running around shooting Pokéballs at colossal Pokémon and zipping in with some kind of primitive 3D Maneuver Gear.
The latest Pokémon anime film, Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction, is set to premiere in Japanese theaters on July 19. It's still available to license outside of Japan, but you can go ahead and preview the English dub now after the jump.
It looks like Google is on Tokyo time with today's launch of its April Fools' Day fun. Dozens of wild Pokémon have taken up residence on streets, amidst forests and atop mountains throughout Google Maps. To catch 'em all, grab your Poké Ball and the newest version of Google Maps for iPhone or Android. Check out the launch video after the jump.
A few days ago we got a quick peek at one of the new stages in the Nintendo 3DS version of the next Super Smash Bros. That's not the only portable-specific stage you can look forward to, as director Masahiro Sakurai also revealed Lumiose City from Pokémon X/Y. Hit the jump for a pic.
Master swordsmith Tony Swatton has made plenty of blades from games and movies over the course of the Man at Arms series, but has he ever tackled one you could put inside a Pokéball? A wild Honedge appears as Swatton and his team attempt to create a real-life version of the sharp-edged Pokémon after the jump.