Pokémon Go is supposed to have the original cast of the first Pokémon games: this means, at minimum, a roster of 151 creatures. But so far, there’s no way of collecting the full set.
“We named the newborn Mewtwo” concludes the diary entry from the original Pokemon games, though it might just be a clever ploy by a highly intelligent clone in order to score annual cake. I’m not arguing with him.
You can stop feeling jealous about all the people who got to test drive Mewtwo early: the legendary Pokémon is now up for sale in the Smash Bros. shop.
The most menacing Pokémon of all can become quite game-breaking in the hands of savvy Smash Bros. players.
Be careful, Mewtwo players—there’s a glitch in Smash Bros. Wii U that can prevent some people from playing online if they play Mewtwo in certain modes. Nintendo says they’re working on a patch to fix the problem, but for now, stay away from Smash Run, All-Star, Classic, Stadium, and Trophy Rush modes while playing as…
Meet the new Mewtwo, same as the old Mewtwo. Like always, the psychic cat-lizard-Pokémon chimaera is spending most of its Smash time floating around and conjuring big blasts of purple energy to knock opponents off the stage.
Want to see how each version of Mewtwo stacks up? How was the character’s Smash Bros. incarnation changed? Let’s find out!
Here's a kind of mind-boggling comparison. Ever notice how similar Mewtwo from Pokémon is to Elsa from Frozen?
Japanese nerd heroine, Shoko Nakagawa, loves Pokémon. And for good reason. Pocket Monsters gave her a reason to live.
Debuting earlier today on Japan's “Pokémon Smash” TV show, the latest pocket monster revealed for Pokémon X and Y bears more than a little resemblance to one of the coolest creatures ever to be stuffed inside a tiny plastic ball. Mewtwo, Brute?
Pikachu is cute and all, but when it comes to battling Pokémon it doesn't get much better than Mewtwo. Players of Pokémon Black and White can witness this power first-hand starting February 12.