If the expansion pack for Pokemon Sword and Shield wasn’t enough for you, Nintendo and Pokemon have something for you and your phones and Switch.
If you ever wanted to encourage others to brush their teeth, Pokemon can help clean off bacteria and morning breath. In a trailer, people can download the Pokemon Smile app and brush their teeth with their favorite Pokemon on the screen. As players brush their teeth, they can catch over 100 Pokemon and collect digital stickers and hats for the user. This app is free for Android and iOS users.
Pokemon Cafe Mix
Coming soon for the Nintendo Switch and mobile phones, players can expect to download Pokemon Cafe Mix. In this game, players are the owners of a Pokemon cafe where they have serve for Pokemon by doing puzzle challenges. This game will be free, but with in-game purchases. There is no official release date yet.
New Pokemon Snap
It’s been over 20 years since we had the classic game Pokemon Snap for the N64. Announced recently, this classic game is coming back along with new Pokemon that ready to get their pictures taken. There is not much news for this game except for the fact it is being called New Pokemon Snap and there is going to be many Pokemon compared to the original. This game is currently in development.
What games are you excited for?
Hey Pokemon fans! If you have Netflix and you are in the mood for some Pokemon fun, I got some news for you this upcoming February. Coming to Netflix, the movie Pokemon Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution will be added to the Netflix library on February 27th. If you don’t about this movie, this movie is a CGI animation version of the very first movie way back in 1999. This is the 22nd Pokemon movie and based on the English Dub trailer, this movie will bring back memories for classic Pokemon fans.
Announced yesterday, the official Pokemon Company announced that they will be releasing brand new Pokemon details in Nintendo’s Pokemon Direct news presentation. Today, we got some new information in regards to Pokemon video game news. If you are enjoying the recent games Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield or you are like me and starting out new, get ready for some exciting new DLC. Pokemon Sword and Shield will be getting an Expansion Pass in which players will be able to do more than what was originally given to them at the start. Players can accessorize more, returning Pokemon will join the Galar region with new forms and even Starter Pokemon will get new Dynamax forms. New areas such as Isle of Armor and The Crown of Tundra will make an appearance players will be expecting new Pokemon to battle and new trainers to fight. So far there is no news on when will this update will be released.
Last but not least, get ready for the return of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon. If you don’t know what it is, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon is an action-adventure RPG game where players are talking Pokemon and they work together with other Pokemon and tackle missions. The first game made its debut in 2006 and now this game will be heading to Switch this March 6th, 2020 according to the official Nintendo site. This new game will be called Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
So, Ash finally won the Alola Championship, so now what?
It’s been announced by Japan during a broadcast of the Sun and Moon anime that there is a new Pokemon anime in the works. In a trailer, Ash gets a redesign and this anime introduces a new character named “Gou”. Gou will also be accompanies with the new Pokemon Sword and Shield Scorbunny. Character designer Ken Sugimori designed Gou and the voice for this new character is Daiki Yamashita (the Japanese voice of Izuku Midoriya from My Hero Academia and Jun from Sword Art Online II). The anime is set to be released on Japanese TV on Nov 17 at 6 PM.
The website describes Gou:
A 10-year-old boy whose goal is to capture the Mythical Pokémon Mew that he met when he was young. He has a calm personality but a hot heart. His dream is to catch every Pokémon.
It took 22 years for this 10 year old trainer to become a champion. This news has been buzzing like crazy on Sunday. It was announced in Japan and revealed in the Japanese Pokemon anime Twitter than Satoshi (English name Ash) has just won the Alola League Championship. This has happened in the Japanese TV programmings and this will be shown in America with the English Dub at Disney XD channel. This is the first Ash has ever won a champion ship; in the past, Ash had his share of defeats and even came up as a runner up in the previous region in Kalos.
How do you feel about Ash winning? Check out Veronica Taylor’s response to Ash winning. She was the first English Dub voice actress for Ash:
In case you missed it, Nintendo released a Pokemon Direct game news in regards to the game Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. I am not going to talk about every single detail, but I will tell you the biggest highlights in the trailer provided. Pokemon Sword and Shield will be the 8th generation of Pokemon and players will take part of the adventure in the Galar Region. The game will be coming out this year in November for the Nintendo Switch. In this trailer, we are given new battle mechanics such as Dynamaxing and raid battles. In Dynamaxing, trainers will be able to send out their Pokemon as giants in which will increase a Pokemon’s power. Unfortunately, the transformation will only lasts for three turns in one battler. In raid battles, you can team up with other players and work together to catch powerful Pokemon similar to Pokemon Go. There is also new characters in this game such as the Pokemon Champion named Leon and he has younger brother who will also be your rival; his name is Hop. The professor in this game is named Professor Magnolia and her granddaughter is Sonia. Last but not least, the legendary Pokemons are revealed: the sword-wielding Pokemon named Zacian and shield-protecting Pokemon Zamazenta.
Are you ready for Pokemon?
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Pokemon fans, I hope you brought your Poke balls because The Pokemon Company International has four major announcements for you trainers. In a series of tweets, we’ll be getting some awesome projects such as neat features for Pokemon Go, Detective Pikachu and a Pokemon game.
1. Detective Pikachu for Switch
Based on the 3DS spinoff and also based on the Warner Bros live action movie, the game Detective Pikachu is heading towards the Nintendo Switch. According to the Pokemon website, the new Switch version will have a new entry that is different the 3DS version. Originally in the 3DS, Detective Pikachu ended with a cliffhanger. If you have a Switch and you want to see the game’s conclusion, get ready to save your money. There is no further details yet.
2. Pokemon Home
With so many Pokemon in video games, it’s hard to keep track on what you have and where to keep them. It’s been announced that there is plans of a cloud service called Pokemon Home where trainers can store Pokemon and manage their collection through an app. According to the website, Pokemon Home will be available to use on iOS and Android devices. You can use the service on Pokemon titles like Pokemon Go, Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield and even Pokemon Bank.
3. Pokemon Sleep
Similar to the walking GPS game Pokemon Go, Pokemon Sleep is going to be a new app game where the game will detect your sleep patterns. Based on the tweets, you will be able to interact with Pokemon through sleeping and waking up instead of walking around and there will be a device similar to Pokemon Go Plus.
Pokemon Home and Pokemon Sleep will be available in mobile devices in 2020.
4. Pokemon Masters
Last but not least get ready for a new Pokemon game app. According to Twitter and the site, The Pokemon Company and game company DeNA will be working together to create this Pokemon game for mobile devices. This new game will allow players to compete against trainers and even face against classic characters from the Pokemon world. It’s scheduled to be release in 2019 but June will give us details on it.
Pokemon Company International
I love this gif.
It’s not going to be a review, but more like an experience I want to share. It’s going to be a short post.
Going to the movies is my favorite hobby especially since I live near my local theaters. On Wednesday last week, I went to see the movie Detective Pikachu by myself. The movie theaters gave an exclusive Pokemon trading card pack which has two cards. Surprisingly, when I went to find a seat, there was nobody here. In a weird way, I thought it was cool. I felt like I owned this entire place to myself. I truly felt like I was a king like T’challa in Black Panther. All hail the king. The cards I got was a Pikachu card and a Jigglypuff card. The movie itself was actually pretty good. I like Ryan Reynolds voice of Pikachu and seeing Pikachu in live action is so cute. I wish I could hug him but then I might end up getting electrocuted. I would recommend this movie to anyone who still loves Pokemon. This movie gave me vibes and flashbacks from Pokemon: The First Movie.
Having the whole room to myself was an awesome experience in my opinion. Have you ever had the whole place to yourself?
Today is Pokemon Day and what better way to start the day with an exciting new game! Nintendo unveiled the 8th generation Pokemon game and the game(s) is called Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. These two games will be on the Nintendo Switch similar to Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee. It’s only a bit of footage, but we got to see the first look on the starter Pokemon. The grass type Pokemon is Grookey, the fire type is named Scorbunny and the water type Pokemon is Sobble.
The game is expected to come out in late 2019 for Switch,
Hello trainers! I got some exciting news for everyone who loves Pokemon. The official Pokemon Company announced that the 21st Pokemon film, Pokémon the Movie: the Power of Us will be in English Dubbed and will have limited screen dates at the movie theaters. According to Fathom Events, the movie will be screening in theaters on November 24, November 26, November 28, and December 1.
Here is the synopsis:
Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us tells the story of Ash and Pikachu as they journey to a small seaside town filled with a diverse set of characters, including a young athlete, a compulsive liar, a shy researcher, a bitter old woman, and a little girl with a big secret.
Every year, the townspeople gather to celebrate the Legendary Pokémon Lugia, who brings the wind that saved the town from destruction many years ago. The festival is a time for celebration, with a Pokémon Catching Race and a ceremonial flame burning brightly to summon Lugia. But when a series of incidents threatens not just the festival, but all the people and Pokémon who call the town home, it’s going to take more than just Ash and Pikachu to save the day. Will these people be able to put aside their differences and work together to rescue their town? Or will it all end in destruction?