Company has preview their new Pokémon Hip Pop! Parade label, hitting outlets like the Pokémon Center on October 10th. The headline (or the other end) feature is a set of the rears of Pikachu, Swablu, Growlithe, Piplup, Marill featured on cushions (2,500yen), mascot keychains (700yen) and more. Get a look after the jump.
Bandai Namco has posted a movie introducing Libre Pikachu. The masked fighter joins the arcade version's traditional variety of the electric mouse, Machamp and Gardevoir and well as support such as Pokémon Fennekin, Snivy, and Lapras. The collaboration fighter is set to brawl internationally in spring 2016. Get a look after the jump.
Pokémon Co has posted their first promo for the new XY & Z anime, set to debut October 29th in an hour-long special with Satoshi/Ash voice actress Rica Matsumoto singing the new season's theme song. Get a look after the jump.
The Pokémon Company has released images of the upcoming new forms that Zygarde will be taking, as well as Ash-Greninja. The new forms will be seen in the new Pokémon XY & Z anime series that's slated for an October 29 release in Japan. Hit the jump to have a look!
The Pokémon Company is teaming up with San Francisco-based developer Niantic (Ingress) for an augmented reality game called Pokémon Go. The iOS and Android title will let players catch and battle with Pokémon in the real world, and it's due out sometime in 2016. Hit the jump for more.
Starting this week, English speaking trainers can stock up on Slowpoke goods on the PokemonCenter.com site. To celebrate a localized version of that pocket monster's famously chill song has been posted. Check it out after the jump.