In today’s Nintendo Direct focused around the world of Pokemon – Nintendo showed off first details of the newest generation. In the new series, you’ll explore the expansive Galar region, which is filled with idyllic countryside and contemporary cities—vast plains and snow-covered mountains. Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble are your brand
More Pokemon originally from Ruby and Sapphire have arrived in Pokemon Go. Players can now find and catch more monsters originally from the Hoenn region in the popular mobile game. In addition to the extra pocket monsters, the Legendary Pokemon Rayquaza will also be available from February 9 to March
When it was officially confirmed that a Pokémon game for the Switch was in development, neither Nintendo nor developer Game Freak have revealed many details on the project. Without any confirmed information, it means that fans are left to speculate & hope, that Nintendo’s newest console truly delivers with what
Nintendo brought the Pokemon second-generation titles, Gold and Silver, to the 3DS earlier this year. However, their third version, Pokemon Crystal, had not been announced for a return. Until now, as Nintendo announced this week the Game Boy Color game will join its predecessors on the 3DS Eshop next month.
Following the recent challenge set by Niantic, Pokémon Go players seemed ready to smash the Global Catch Challenge to get 3 billion pocket monsters. After this was achieved during early hours of Sunday morning (as promised) Niantic made region-locked Pokémon Farfetch’d available globally for two days. As it turns out,