Nintendo wants you to get a 3DS, or at least register that one you have in your pocket, and the company's latest promotional incentive is a download code good for a copy of Pokémon X or Pokémon Y. Hit the jump for details.
The latest issue of CoroCoro magazine has the honor of teasing a new Pokémon, Diancie, which is set to make its debut in the next anime film, Pokémon XY: Cocoon of Destruction and Diancie. Hit the jump for more.
It didn't take too long after Pokémon Bank's launch in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand for the app to make it to North America. The subscription-based service is now in the eShop, and if you try it out between now and September 30 you can get your complimentary Celebi download. Read on for more.
The western launch of Nintendo's subscription-based Pokémon Bank 3DS app was supposed to take place back in December, but was postponed due to a large volume of traffic on the Nintendo Network service. Now, as of today, it's finally available in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Read on for more.
Did you know that Pokémon are some really kinky creatures behind closed doors? College Humor blew the lid off a "secret sex scene" in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, and the results are the somewhat horrifying video after the jump.
Nintendo originally scheduled the North American launch of its subscription-based Pokémon Bank service for December 27, but some issues have caused a delay. The launch of Pokémon Bank and its Poké Transporter companion have been postponed due to a large volume of traffic on the Nintendo Network service. Read on for more.
Need some extra incentive to download and subscribe to the Pokémon Bank app, which lets players store up to 3,000 Pokémon and transfer them between games? How about a complimentary Celebi, which will be offered to anyone who downloads the app prior to September 30, 2014. More after the jump.
Nintendo is getting ready to unleash the Pokémon Bank service on December 27, and a new video highlights some of the uses of the downloadable software.
Nintendo is bringing a couple new 2DS options to North America in the form of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y bundles. Starting December 6, Target will be offering a bundle with X pre-installed on a red 2DS, while Toys"R"Us will have one with Y pre-installed on a blue 2DS. Pics and more past the jump.
Nintendo 3DS and Wii U have both ushered in the potential for Nintendo to add paid DLC options to games. One thing we haven't seen, however, is the ability to buy Pokémon in games such as the recently released Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, and there's a good reason for that. Read on to find out why.
Pokémon is the handheld juggernaut that just keeps on going, and doesn't change much... at least, until now! While Pokémon X and Y stick to a familiar formula, does Generation VI have what it takes to woo new players and satisfy hardcore Pokéfans? Hit the jump for our full review!
The official Super Smash Bros. website has been updated with another daily pic, and while this one shows a grinning Pikachu, it also offers a not-so-sly hint at another Pokémon that will be making an appearance. More after the jump.
Nintendo is skipping about town today, unfurling scrolls and declaring before anyone with ears that Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are a bonafide success! It's hard to argue with the numbers, since the latest entry in the series has already pushed over 4 million units worldwide. More after the jump.
How many of you picked up Pokémon X and/or Pokémon Y this past weekend? It may have coincided with the launch a couple days ago, but it's still worth catching the live-action trailer Nintendo used to promote the Nintendo 3DS release after the jump.
Once Pokémon X and Pokémon Y launch on October 12, players will be able to hop online and download a level 10 Torchic, one of the starters from Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. Details after the jump.