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.
As of today Nintendo is offering episodes of the Pokémon: BW Rival Destinies anime, with the first ten episodes now up on the Nintendo eShop. Originally broadcast on TV Tokyo from 2011-2012, Nintendo will be adding five episodes a week from now until December 26. More after the jump.
The Vsauce3 YouTube channel recently uploaded a video that should come in handy for anyone who finds themselves in the vicinity of certain Pokémon. The clip goes into detail in regards to three that would have no problem killing you, starting with the pipin' hot danger of Magcargo after the jump.
Hope you have about nine minutes to kill, because that's how long it takes to sing and rap about all 718 Pokémon. College Humor posted a video that updates the classic PokéRap with the rest of the catch-em-all bestiary, so take a deep breath and follow along after the jump.
Adorable Pokémon, Eevee is featured on a new upcoming silver ring! The ring isn't costume jewelry, either and it's sure to impress Pokémon-loving grown-ups and it has the the price tag to prove it. The pre-order for the Silver 925 ring with Eevee is now open at selected places including Animate Japan. See the image after the jump!
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’s official: thanks to the new game and new series, Pokémon fever is currently in overdrive and the Cartoon Network’s recent premiere of the 16th Pokémon movie has only fanned the flames even higher. Now, Otaku USA’s Brian Camp weighs in on the new film. Read on for his opinion, and share yours, after 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.
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.