Pokemon News & Episodes

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

New Pokemon and Star Fox games rumored to come out on Wii U

E3 2015 is just around the corner with high expectations from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo to deliver big time in the gaming world. The latest rumor comes from Nintendo who is allegedly going to announce a Pokemon game for the Wii U, simply called “Pokemon” and a new Star Fox Game, “Star Fox Cross” at E3. The rumor came from a leaked summary online containing Nintendo’s plans for E3 2015.
The Pokemon game features the trainer from Pokemon Red and Blue, in third-person, going on an adventure in the first region of Kanto. It will allegedly come out next year for the Wii U. “Star Fox Cross” is the newest addition in the Star Fox series. It brings features like the ability to create your own avatar, offline and multiplayer, and Miiverse connection. Information in the leak also points to the announcement of another title “Angel Blood”.  Angel Blood brings a dark, more gruesome and intense game-play experience to Nintendo users. It features a blonde assassin who has been assigned the task of killing powerful Yakuza members.
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The release of a Pokemon and Star Fox game just might be what the Wii U needs to boost its sales as they are some of the most intriguing and popular franchises in Nintendo’s belt. Do bear in mind these are rumors, however it seems that Nintendo has something big planned for E3 2015 and we’re looking forward to it.
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Sunday, 7 June 2015

Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon Trailer, Pokemon Z Release Date Still Unconfirmed

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Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon is launching this fall, while Nintendo has yet to confirm the Pokemon Z release date. Both games are expected to be available on Nintendo 3DS upon date of release.
Japan to Receive Super Mystery Dungeon First 
On September 17, Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon will be launched in Japan. A worldwide release is likely to follow this winter, even though it is uncertain exactly when the game will reach U.S. shores.
This latest information was announced recently via the official Super Mystery Dungeon trailer, which was shown during the Nintendo Direct Micro Broadcast in Japan on May 31. A copy of this video is already available on YouTube.
Described as a dungeon-crawling RPG, Super Mystery Dungeon has players assuming the role of a Pokemon. There are 20 to choose from. Players will be joined by partners as they negotiated treacherous enemies and dangerous traps. Nintendo announced that the game will feature 720 types of Pokemon.
Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon is the follow-up to the 2005 Pokemon Mystery Dungeon videogame. Developed by Spike Chunsoft, the two titles are exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS portable console.
Pokemon Z Release Date Still Unconfirmed
The rumored successor to Pokemon Y is still a mystery, considering that Nintendo has yet to unveil any meaningful information. For now, it seems that the so-called Pokemon Z exists solely within the wishful thinking of diehard fans.

Friday, 5 June 2015

Pokemon Shuffle is getting new stages, a Giratina event



Pokemon Shuffle just got an update that makes it slightly less sleazy, but it's still predicated on spending currency to get more Hearts -- because of that strict limitation and low return rate for energy, I likely won't be returning anytime soon. For those of you who still play, there's a lot coming up next week. A Giratina event will run from June 8 until June 22. It will get more difficult the more you play it, and the rewards will increase in value.
As for new stages, more are coming this Monday -- they will take place in the Pedra Valley, and will include Garbodor, Doublade, and Conkeldurr. There's also three new Expert stages. Not a bad update! I just wish the Heart limit was increased to 10 or something thereabouts.

Saturday, 30 May 2015

Episode 848 – Splitting Heirs!


Episode 45 – Splitting Heirs!

Episode 847 – Showdown at the Shalour Gym!


Episode 44 – Showdown at the Shalour Gym!




Sunday, 29 March 2015

GAME customers to get free Shiny Charizard as part of Pokémon spring promotion

UK retailer GAME has teamed up with the Pokémon Company International to run a spring promotion that will see Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (Pokemon ORAS) players getting a new flame type Pokemon Shiny Charizard.
Starting April 3, GAME customers can visit any of GAMEs 320 stores and ask for a free code for an exclusive Shiny Charizard. The code can then be redeemed on Pokemon Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, as well as Pokemon X and Y. The promotion will end on Sunday 19th April 2015.
The Shiny Charizard will come holding a Charizardite Y, which will allow it to undergo Mega Evolution during battle.
In addition, a separate code will also be offered during the same undefined ‘limited’ period which will provide players an access to a Pokémon Trading Card Game: XY Primal Clash Collector’s Album.
As part of the promotion, GAME UK stores will get Pokémon-themed display sections and a TV campaign will be aired on channels including CiTV, Cartoon Network and Disney XD from April 3 to April 19.
Retailers across France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Nordic territories will be playing host to similar promotional activities.