Detective Pikachu might revolve around an unsolved mystery, but its biggest plot twist? It has eluded the infamous curse that follows video games into the cinematic world. In spite of this expectation, viewers can expect a solid, entertaining movie experience. An unexpected surprise for everyone, Detective Pikachu manages to win the biggest battle of them all.
Fans who want to “catch them all” have something new to look forward to. A new Pokémon mobile game has been announced by The Pokémon Company!
The newest games in the Pokémon franchise, Sword and Shield, will be released in a little over six months. We got a look at the starters, but a post on social board site 4chan claims to have leaked the evolutions of said starters.
Following months of speculation and leaks, Nintendo and Game Freak have finally pulled back the curtain on the next installments of the Pokémon franchise, titled.
It’s no secret that Nintendo holds a monopoly on many of our childhoods. Developer Game Freak is a huge contributor to that with their ever-popular Pokémon franchise. However, as big as Pokémon is now, few games have had an impact on fans much like the original three versions; Pokémon Red, Pokémon Blue, and Pokémon Yellow. The first two were remade back in 2004 with Pokémon Fire Red and Leaf...[Read More]
Objectively, 2016 was a strange year for Pokémon, as the single strangest game in the vast Pokémon library was released: Detective Pikachu. Now, the game is receiving a live-action film adaptation.
Last month, Pokemon Go players got to meet Meltan, a new Mythical Pokémon that can be transferred into the upcoming Nintendo Switch title Pokemon Let’s Go. Yesterday, we’ve learned that it also has an evolution.
Pokémon Go is celebrating the Halloween season by bringing out its spookier Pokémon for trainers to catch. The spooky season is also giving the Generation 4 legendary Giratina a chance to make its debut.
A few weeks ago, a strange new Pokémon made an appearance in Pokémon Go. This Pokémon, known as Meltan, is a very interesting Pokémon, as it happens to be the first Pokémon exclusive to a game other than the main games.
The mobile creature collecting game Pokémon Go has been slowly adding more to its roster over the years. In a recent video, Niantic has teased the addition of Gen 4 Pokémon to the game.