Last week was a small hiatus for Throwback Thursday, but this week brings it back with two games that people still pop in to this day: Pokémon Red and Blue. These games have had an influence in television, movies, and the physical trading card game. However, how do these games hold up today?
During the New York Toy Fair this weekend, TOMY has revealed a slew of Pokémon figures, plushies, and costume accessories. By far the cutest and most adorable items at the Pokémon corner were these tiny giant-headed new line of figures and playsets arriving later this year.
In a surprising and exciting turn of events, VIZ Media will be publishing a Pokémon cookbook titled, The Pokémon Cookbook: Easy & Fun Recipes. With over 35 delicious dishes planned for the book and over 750 Pokémon revealed (and growing thanks to the upcoming Pokémon Sun & Moon), the possibilities are there for the eating. … Continue reading Seven Pokemon Recipes Any Trainer Would Try
I want to be, the very best. Like no one ever was. To catch them is my real test, to train them is my cause. These words bring a flood of intense nostalgia for a host of twenty-somethings that had their childhoods shaped by Nintendo’s iconic Pokémon franchise. They are trigger words that transform us … Continue reading Pokémon Go’s refreshing take on open world gaming
With a little over a month before the 20th anniversary of the original Japanese release, Pokémon is rolling out the red and blue carpet.
Level-5 International teased a Yo-kai Watch and a Little Battlers eXperience (LBX) game on Twitter yesterday.
So that’s why the UK Official Nintendo Magazine closed down.
Congratulations Game Freak!
Several websites have announced this week some major price cuts on popular games and systems. Below are the sale items for this week:
Nintendo revealed today via Twitter and press release that Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire are being developed for the Nintendo 3DS.