Nintendo held a Direct presentation today chock-full of RPGs. Headlines include Switch versions for Xenoblade Chronicles, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, and Divinity: Original Sin II, plus a release date for Game Freak’s Little Town Hero, a new demo for Daemon X Machina, and some more Pokémon Sword and Shield features.
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Absent from Gamescom this year, Game Freak and The Pokémon Company instead sent out a video message regarding the latest generation of Pokémon games. Director Shigeru Ohmori introduces a new locale in Pokémon Sword and Shield.
The 2019 Pokémon World Championships are happening this weekend, with The Pokémon Company using the opportunity to provide more details about Pokémon Sword and Shield. The details include some online battle options, and new items and abilities to make tactical use of.
Another update provides plenty of details and media for the newest generation of Pokémon games. The Pokémon Company reveals some new forms of existing Pokémon and a couple of brand new ones, with two new rivals also showing themselves.
Pokémon Sword and Shield were present at this year’s E3 ahead of their worldwide release this November. As a newcomer to the series, Pascal Tekaia isn’t able to comment on the more nuanced changes in the games, but found out why so many are looking forward to them.
Pokémon Sword and Shield is one of a large number of titles that Nintendo brought to this year’s E3. The first day of the event provided an introduction to Water-type Gym Leader Nessa, and an appearance during the Nintendo Treehouse broadcast.
Nintendo posted a new Direct presentation dedicated to the next generation of Pokémon games. Pokémon Sword and Shield will introduce some new combat elements when they release in November.
The eighth generation of Pokémon titles has officially been announced in a mini-Direct. Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield will come to Switch worldwide in late 2019 and take players to new region of Galar.
Pokémon finally makes the jump to the Nintendo Switch with a new spin on its classic formula. RPGamer is here to find out if Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! is truly the very best, like no game ever was.
The Pokémon series makes its debut on Nintendo Switch as the Pokémon: Let’s Go duo releases worldwide. The arrival of the games comes with multiple new trailers.
EGLX Toronto has a lot offer a certain kind of gamer, but for the very patient RPGaming-type Nintendo was showing off a playable take on the newest Pokémon title. Was it Worth Going? Scott Wachter explains if so.
Nintendo Treehouse features more new footage from Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!. The presenters take viewers to Mt. Moon, Celadon City, and the new Go Park.
The spooky ghosts of Lavender Town haunt a new trailer for Pokémon: Let’s Go this Halloween. Less spooky is another trailer that shows off the game’s unique features.
Nintendo has released another new Pokémon: Let’s Go trailer. See what it’s like to ride Pokémon over land, sea, and sky.
Nintendo’s delayed Direct presentation offered up plenty of new titles for 3DS and Switch. Highlights include a new RPG from Game Freak and a lot of Final Fantasy titles.
Are an Eevee and a Pikachu enough to make you want to replay the original Pokémon games again? What if I told you that you could walk a few miles in their shoes first?
As promised, a Pokémon is arriving this year. Unlike what most people would think, it’s quite a bit different than previous games in the series. And that’s a good thing. Maybe.
Though it didn’t make a big appearance during the Nintendo Direct, Pokémon Let’s Go received plenty of attention afterwards. Bill Trinen chatted with Game Freak’s Junichi Masuda about the game, and showed off plenty of gameplay.
A heavily Switch-focused press conference saw multiple new Pokémon titles announced. An action RPG is now available to download, with another title combining a Pokémon Yellow remake with the capturing mechanics of Pokémon Go coming later this year.