You all remember it, and most of you probably know the lyrics by heart to this day. Yes, we're talking about the original English opening theme to the 1997 Pokémon anime. Hit the jump to see the performer work his magic once again.
Now that Pokémon Go is available in Japan, it's on its way to consuming local social media. So, you're now seeing all the "so many Zubats!" and "so many Doduo!" jokes in Japanese. Except, since it's Japanese social media, the jokes have 20k retweets. Joining in the mania was Yu-Gi-Oh! creator Kazuki Takahashi, who posted an irreverent meeting of his series and the AR phenomenon to his Instagram. Check it out after the jump.
As you may know, Pokémon Go finally launched in Japan after a delay, so now everyone in the very country that created Pokémon can join in on the hunt. The folks behind the game are sorry for the hold up, so they posted a video to address the delay. Watch as Game Freak's general manager Junichi Masuda and Niantic CEO John Hanke team up to apologize and offer some safety tips for the AR game after the jump.
It was just last week that we posted about Legendary Pictures' renewed interest in a live-action Pokémon film following the massive success of Pokémon Go. Well, they officially made a deal for the rights with The Pokémon Company, and the two companies announced that they're planning to launch the first live-action Pokémon film, which will be based on Detective Pikachu. More after the jump.
Pikachu will finally have a chance to flex his musical talents, because thanks to the Pokémon Character Song Project, beginning on August 04, 2016, the new ending theme for Pokémon: XY & Z will be "Pikachu no Uta" ("Pikachu's Song"). Hit the jump to learn more pika pika.
Mimikyu, the spooky Pokémon that looks like a shambling Pikachu has been accumulating fanart for the better of a week thanks to the leaks, but today, the Sun and Moon addition got their official, international introduction. That one is joined by Bewear, the glomping bear, and four other new friends in the latest set of "discoveries." Get a look after the jump.