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.
The Japanese Pokémon YouTube channel recently shared a pair of videos featuring Pokémon X and Y's opening. Hit the jump for two brief clips showing the process of choosing trainers.
Nintendo just revealed another addition to the Mega Evolving roster of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, and this one's a classic creature. Depending on which Mega Stone it holds, Charizard can now Mega Evolve into either Mega Charizard X or Mega Charizard Y, and you can see the Fire- and Dragon-type X in action after the jump.
Initially revealed back in July, Honedge is a Steel- and Ghost-type Pokémon X and Y addition that's basically a living sword. Now, thanks to the official Pokémon Facebook page, we know Honedge can evolve into Doublade, pictured after the jump.
Nintendo has shared plenty of short trailers for Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, but the latest Japanese overview is quite a doozy. While we've witnessed most of what it has to offer before, you can see it all in one place after the jump.
Nintendo is back with more on Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, starting with a video that shows off a handful of features and Pokémon evolutions. See how your starters evolve, ways you can stylize your trainers, Mega Mewtwo X and Y, and more after the jump.
Another juicy reveal from this morning's special Nintendo Direct presentation concerned a pair of snazzy 3DS XL bundles. The Pokémon X and Pokémon Y themed units are officially coming to the west, and will be available in either red or blue on September 27. Check 'em out after the jump.
As promised, Nintendo delivered on some new Pokémon X and Pokémon Y info in this morning's special Nintendo Direct presentation. One of the newest nuggets reveals that, in addition to a friend offering up a choice of Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie in the beginning, classic starters Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle will also be available courtesy of Professor Sycamore. See them Mega-Evolve and more past the jump!
Earlier today Nintendo announced plans for a new Nintendo Direct presentation, this time focusing on Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. The special streaming video will take place tomorrow, and it promises to deliver new details on the upcoming 3DS entries. Read on for more.