In the main Pokémon games, every gym had a shtick, or at least a type affinity. In real-life Pokémon Go gyms, players often had to face the same handful of monsters over and over again. While that’s still true to some degree now, the big gym overhaul also makes it possible for players to set up way cooler gyms.
Japanese wedding magazine Zexy is including a Pikachu-themed marriage form for people to fill out. They can then take it to City Hall and get hitched.
Pokémon Go’s big gym overhaul hasn’t been live for very long, but many players already dislike some of the new mechanics.
Christian “Suicune Master” Patierno earned his second straight championship belt for Pokkén Tournament at this past weekend’s Community Effort Orlando. You might not have known that, even if you watched the stream, because the commentators and the on-screen overlay referred to him by a slightly different name.
This weekend’s Japanese National Championships proves that competitive Pokémon plays almost like an entirely different game in the franchise’s home country. While every Japanese top eight team had some common picks you might spot at other tournaments around the world, players made plenty of choices that are almost…
In celebration of its anniversary, Pokemon Go is undergoing some major changes. Before you get too excited, no, player-vs-player battles aren’t among them. Gyms, though, are about to get more accessible, and you’ll soon be able to team up with friends to go on raids against mega-powerful Pokemon.
When the original Pokémon TV anime debuted in Japan on September 8, 1998, the theme song was “Mezase Pokémon Masutaa” or “Aim to be a Pokémon Master.” Now in 2017, the theme is back!
Many were disappointed about the 3DS exclusivity of Ultra Sun and Moon, but worry not, Pokémon fans. Your console hybrid will get some pocket monster goodness too!
Pheromosa, an Ultra Beast known for its fragility and power, normally seems like a risky pick for competitive Pokémon. But this weekend, Andrew Nowak won the Madison Regional Championships largely thanks to an uncommon Pheromosa moveset.
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of Pokémon GO, the app is getting both in-game events and a real-world festival in Chicago.
Pikachu. Electricity. Plugs. Make sense, sure. But why did the people who made this Pokémon product stick the cable there?
Oh hey, Pokémon Gold and Silver are coming to the 3DS eShop on September 22nd, same day as the Switch version of Pokken. Like other Virtual Console versions of Pokémon, you will be able to battle and trade wirelessly.
Despite rumors that a mainline Pokémon game would appear on the Nintendo Switch, developers Game Freak only announced that souped-up versions of the latest games will be releasing on 3DS hardware. For many, this news will be disappointing, but it’s not without precedent.
Hey, at least it’s not another mobile spin-off.
Nintendo is holding a Pokémon Direct tomorrow at 10am Eastern. Feels like time for Pokémon Switch, doesn’t it? Nintendo says the presentation will be eight minutes.
Build-A-Bear is killing it with their Pokémon line.
Game Freak is best known for one thing: Pokémon. But while they created the iconic franchise, Game Freak isn’t afraid to let its developers get their sea legs making non-Pocket Monster games on non-Nintendo hardware. That’s why, in the past few years, Game Freak has released a number of totally original titles on…
Oh hey, here’s another Pokémon tune! This time, it’s Magnemite (known as “Koiru” in Japanese) who gets the song.