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Hoopa is Coming to Cartoon Network


Hoopa, the much sought after, and very hacked, Pokemon, is finally getting its spotlight time. It has earned itself a 70 minute movie, airing on Cartoon Network. A teaser trailer has been released, featuring many legendary Pokemon from generations past; Lugia, the eon duo of Latias and Latios, and even a shiny Mega Rayquaza. With this mix of legends, and ... Read More »

Pokemon Yellow Remake For 3DS

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Nintendo has just released their next game remake; Pokemon Yellow. They intend to remake and remaster the 1998 hit, and make it available for the 3DS, New 3DS, and the 2DS. This will be a 20th Anniversary Edition to be released worldwide November 13th, 2015. The last Gen 1 remakes were FireRed and LeafGreen back in January of 2004. This ... Read More »

Another Chance At the Eon Ticket


Those players unable to StreetPass for an Eon Ticket are in luck. Nintendo has announced a worldwide release of the Eon Ticket via a code. Starting on February 27th and running through March 2nd, players will be able to download the Eon Ticket to go to Southern Island and catch Latias (Omega Ruby) or Latios (Alpha Sapphire). To receive the ... Read More »

Unova Starters Event

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Those currently playing Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire have gotten another event; the three Unova starters will become available over the next few weeks. Players can get the codes for these Pokemon from either Pokemon.com or the February Pokémon Trainer Club newsletter. Each of these Pokemon have their Hidden Ability (HA). Serperior has Contrary, which causes all effects that would ... Read More »

Pokemon Shuffle: Free to Play


Nintendo’s first free-to-play game is being released in February for the 3DS. Pokemon Shuffle incorporates main-game battle concepts with the fun of Pokemon Trozeii. Matching up three Pokemon in a row will eliminate them from the playing board, and deal damage to a wild Pokemon. Each ‘battle’ in Pokemon shuffle has a minimum number of moves to finish a stage and ... Read More »

The Battle of Hoenn

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Avid third generation Pokemon trainers will enjoy this announcement from the Pokemon site; there will be a Hoenn Pokedex only tournament starting on January 23rd, 2015 and ending January 25th, 2015. The tournament will be singles style, using only Pokemon listed in the Hoenn Pokedex, with all Pokemon above level 50 being set to level 50. All Hoenn-dex Pokemon are eligible, ... Read More »

Nintendo Is Hitting Big


Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire have been out for almost a month now, and the sales are high; not only for the games, but they’re also increasing the sale of the Nintendo 3DS handheld as well. In the 3 weeks since its release, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire have sold a total of 1.5 million copies in the United States ... Read More »

The Eon Ticket in ORAS


The Eon Ticket is the item that allows you to capture Latias and Latios in their respective games; Alpha Sapphire or Omega Ruby. To receive it, players must leave their 3DS’s StreetPass function on, and encounter one of the other players who starts the game with the Eon Ticket. StreetPass is currently the only way players can receive this item, ... Read More »

Mewtwo Strikes Back

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After a sudden lack of Mewtwo as a playable character in Super Smash Brother’s Brawl, Mewtwo will be making a return to the Super Smash Brother’s franchise in spring 2015. Gamers who purchase both Super Smash Brother’s 3DS and WiiU will be able to get Mewtwo as a downloadable character. Mewtwo first appeared in Super Smash Brother’s Melee for the ... Read More »

ORAS Demo Coming to the United States

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The Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire demo had been set up for release in nearly every other main region, but until now, the United States market had been left in the dark, wondering… if they will also be privy to experience the Hoenn region in glorious 3D, roughly a month before the game’s official release.   Nintendo, through their ... Read More »

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