This year marks the 20th anniversary of Pokémon, the portable game that captured our hearts. Pun very much intended. But what of Mew? The legendary Pokémon had players trying to push a hidden truck for years. Turns out you can catch Mew after all, be it in your new 3DS version or your old GameBoy cartridge. Here’s how.
It's easy to dismiss Professor Oak as a doofy academic who can't even remember his grandson's name. But originally, Pokémon Red & Blue designed Professor Oak as a powerful trainer the player could face off sometime near the end of the game.
No, I cannot compete with the people who have somehow collected every piece of Pokemon merchandise on the planet. I often struggle to remember what Dark types are strong against. And honestly? I left the game sometime after Ruby and Sapphire, never to truly come back to it until Pokemon X and Y.
Where does a warrior go when the Cartoon Wars end? He grabs his sword and sails across the sea to find new stick figures to kill in Cartoon Wars: Blade.
Today we all know that Luigi is the taller of the two Mario brothers, but back in the old days the difference wasn't quite as easy to notice.
While announcing its early 2010 software lineup this morning, Nintendo also announced a February 14th North American release date for the pink and blue Wii remotes, giving the significant others of Nintendo fans the perfect Valentine's Day gift idea.