Today Nintendo announced a new Pokémon: Let’s Go-themed Switch console as part of a bundle for the game’s November 16 release. It’s adorable and comes with Pikachu and Eevee-colored Joy-Con. which Nintendo should really let us buy separately but because they’re Nintendo probably never will.
Every summer, Yokohama is overrun by people wearing Pikachu costumes. In year’s past, they’ve marched and danced. They did that this year. But that’s not all.
Here’s a small Pikachu voice recognition toy that will look in your direction and babble “Pika Pika.” According to Takara Tomy’s YouTube description, everyone from small kids to foreigners can play with it. No word of an international release.
Seemingly every big Pokémon game leaks ahead of time, and a new generation of entries may follow suit. Over the last few days, a series of online posts purporting knowledge of the next major pocket monsters game have caught fire within the Pokémon community. If real, these leaks promise Pokémon games that are…
Even though the Pokédex describes as a “Mouse” type, the iconic character was originally based on another rodent.
While Ash’s Pikachu adores ketchup, Detective Pikachu loves coffee. In a recent interview, the game’s creators explained why.
Which character represents Japan? According to a multiple answer poll of 500 Japanese people, the first choice was Doraemon with 186 votes, followed by Pikachu (160 votes), Mario (145), Anpanman (116) and Hello Kitty (112). Read the full results here.
When it was originally announced that a Great Detective Pikachu movie got the greenlight, fans thought Danny DeVito would be the perfect choice for the character. Hollywood, however, had someone else in mind.
There is a weird thing about the new Pokémon movie that is kind of a spoiler, so if you’re sensitive to that stuff, look away. If you’re not, here is a room full of adults losing their shit over what happens at the end of the newest movie in the series, I Choose You!
Pokémon The Movie: I Choose You! makes its theatrical debut outside of Japan via a pair of special showings November 5 and 6. Moviegoers will score a special trading card and a QR code to unlock a hat-wearing Pikachu in Sun and Moon. Check Fathom Events for tickets and locations.
Yes, this is exactly what it looks like—Team Skull and Pikachus having a dance off. Watch ya boy, Guzma breakdance and the Pikachus kinda like, shuffle around a little, in a promotion for the new Pokémon trading card game expansion, Burning Shadows.
There’s a Pikachu-themed Snapchat filter, and it’s very cute.
During a performance yesterday in Yokohama, one of the Pikachus looked waaaaaaaaasted.
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.
Pikachu. Electricity. Plugs. Make sense, sure. But why did the people who made this Pokémon product stick the cable there?
Since 2012, the Pokémon With You train has been making kids happy in Eastern Japan. Now, in 2017, it’s time for the train to get a makeover.
Tragedy struck in mid-dance number during the Pokemon World Festival in Incheon, South Korea earlier this week, as the lead Pikachu sprung a leak during “You Can’t Stop The Beat.” Fortunately an elite squad of suited men was standing by.