It’s the 25th anniversary of the launch of Pokémon Red and Green in Japan. You just weren’t a ’90s kid unless you were bragging to your friends about how you found a Mew under the truck.
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The Pokémon Home service is set to launch in February 2020. Nintendo and The Pokémon Company provided details on what users will be able to do with it.
It’s the end of May and Whatcha Playing is back to round up the games our staff is currently hooked on. Lots of monster collecting is going on between Yo-kai Watch and Pokémon: Let’s Go while South Park, RPG Maker, and Moero Chronicle Hyper are all competing for staffers’ game time.
Whatcha Playing is back for April and the staff is playing a wide variety of games. Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists is drawing mixed opinions from several staffers while Chocobo Mystery Dungeon, Zanki Zero, and even Mortal Kombat are vying for the staff’s attention.
Those thinking about buying Pokémon: Let’s Go can now try it out with a free demo. Players will be able to take a randomly-selected Pikachu or Eevee into Viridian Forest.
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.
As teased, Meltan isn’t the only new mythical Pokémon to be found in Pokémon GO. It has an evolved form that will also be transferable to Pokémon Let’s Go next month.
Though conquering the Pokémon League may be the main goal, Pokémon: Let’s Go features another challenge for players. Becoming a Master Trainer of all of Kanto’s species will take some effort.
Nintendo has released another new Pokémon: Let’s Go trailer. See what it’s like to ride Pokémon over land, sea, and sky.
Professor Oak and Professor Willow’s research has borne fruit. Budding trainers can now find out how to meet the new mythical Pokémon Meltan in the wild.
Pokémon: Let’s Go was present at last weekend’s EGX, where it received a half-hour showcase presentation. In other news, a new legendary Pokémon has been found, with the new species set to appear in both the mobile and Switch Pokémon games.
Another update for Pokémon: Let’s Go reveals a few more features in the game. Players will be able to transfer their Pokémon from Pokémon GO, feed them candies, and battle then capture legendary creatures.
Pokémon: Let’s Go is offering a greater focus on players’ initial partner Pokémon. Some new details and media show how Pikachu and Eevee will help players get around and reward affection.
A new trailer for Pokémon: Let’s Go appeared! Included in the video are some Mega Evolutions players can utilise, as well as some familiar sights and characters.
A new trailer has come for Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! and Let’s Go, Pikachu! In addition to giving a reminder of the game’s basic features, it also introduces a few familiar faces.
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?