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.
Hanafuda playing cards are sometimes used in anime and the traditional Japanese playing cards have received a whole new makeover with Pokemon! The new Pokemon Hanafuda cards have been created by the experts at Nintendo, which started as a Hanafuda card maker before they became famous with video games in the 1970's and 80's. See the card images and details after the jump!
Seems there's no shortage of interesting info on Game Freak's Pokémon series, at least not as far as Did You Know Gaming? is concerned. The trivia series is back with a fourth video of Pokémon facts, so see what else there is to learn after the jump.
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!
After days of reports, Nintendo has finally acknowledged the Luminose City save glitch found in all copies of Pokemon X/Y. Hit the jump for instructions from Nintendo on how to avoid the issue as well as confirmation of a new patch and save recovery tool coming in the near future.
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.
After watching the English dub of Pokémon for any length, Inuko Inuyama's Nyarth can be a jarring departure from the familiar Meowth voice. Prepare for a bit of it as a Nyarth puppet hypes next month's Japanese release of the Pokémon XY card game. Check it out 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.
When the Pokémon Origins anime debuted, telling the story of the first Pokémon video games, Pokémon Red and Blue, a number of fans jokingly asked when an anime version of Kosaku Anakubo's manga would be made. One of the first adaptations, Anakubo's work is different from later stories in that the hero's primary Pokémon wasn't just a Clefairy (Pippi), couldn't just talk, but was also a super vulgar attention seeker. See its antics after the jump.