Sunday, 30 November 2014
Friday, 3 October 2014
"Mega Rayquaza’s skills are sure to wreak havoc on an opponent’s strategy with its Delta Stream Ability," writes The Pokemon Co. "Powerful moves like Rain Dance, Sunny Day, Sandstorm, and Hail will fail in the face of strong winds whipped up by Mega Rayquaza, whilst Abilities like Drizzle, Drought, Sand Stream, and Snow Warning will not even activate. In addition, moves of a type to which Flying-type Pokémon are usually susceptible will only deal normal damage."
Saturday, 23 August 2014
This fall, Pokémon Art Academy will welcome students of all ages and skill levels to study the fun and fine art of drawing some of their favorite Pokémon. Starting Oct. 24, aspiring artists can hone their skills through a series of easy-to-follow lessons under the tutelage of esteemed Professor Andy in this new 2D art-instruction game for theNintendo 3DS family of systems.
Drawing their way toward graduation – from the art basics of simple shapes and coloring, to exciting advanced techniques of shading and blending – players will wield a variety of tools, including markers, colored pencils, pastels and paints to illustrate popular Pokémon from all known regions. As they advance, players can unlock special lessons featuring Mega-Evolved Pokémon.
On the road to becoming Pokémon artists, players can showcase their 2D artwork in Miiverse galleries or save their creations to SD cards and print their limited-edition artwork to share with friends and family.
Pokémon Art Academy will be available Oct. 24 in stores and in the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS. For more information about the game, visit http://artacademy.nintendo.com/pokemon.
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Wednesday, 9 July 2014
Tonight, Game Freak unveiled a new feature for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire that will let players manage their own area that other players can visit and compete in, effectively giving players their own gym.
Officially, this new feature is called a Secret Base, but players can set up traps and mazes that visiting players will have to overcome. In The Pokémon Company's press release for the new feature, it says players can transform their Secret Bases into their own Pokémon gyms.
Alongside decoration customization options, players can also collect flags from others' bases, make Secret Pals friendships with other players, exchange special skills, and much more.
For the full press release, head to page two. For more on the upcoming Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, head here and here. You can also check out some new Secret Bases screens in the gallery below.
Pokémon Omega Ruby And Alpha Sapphire is coming to 3DS on November 21.