With a little over a month before the 20th anniversary of the original Japanese release, Pokémon is rolling out the red and blue carpet. Continue reading Pokémon Readys for a 20th Birthday
In September 2010, handheld gaming was changed forever. The Nintendo 3DS was released in Japan and showed the world that two screens can work in an innovative and creative way. Four years after its release, we’ve seen the Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 2DS, and scores of special editions of them. Two weeks ago, Nintendo made a surprise announcement that they’re creating a “new” Nintendo 3DS with increased capabilities and eventually exclusive games. However, even with that announcement, Nintendo is still creating and promoting various new editions of the “old” 3DS. So, with this “New” Nintendo 3DS announced, why are we still getting newer editions of the “Old” Nintendo 3DS? Continue reading Why We’re Still Getting Newer Editions of the Old 3DS
Pokémon Company just officially announced a slew of new tidbits of information for the new Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire games for the Nintendo 3DS.
This week the team talked about Pikachu appearing at the World Cup, the Xbox One launching in 26 new countries, new apps coming to the PS Vita, Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program, Titanfall, and the next Assassin’s Creed Rumors. They also discussed virtual reality and its possible impacts on the market and whether it will become mainstream.
The Pokémon Company and Adidas have announced that Pikachu is going to be the official mascot for Japan in the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Continue reading Pikachu Named Japan’s 2014 FIFA World Cup Mascot