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Cat333Pokémon on June 14, 2016
A variety of new bits of information have been revealed at this morning's E3 conference.
There are three new early-route Pokémon, including Pikipek (Normal/Flying bird with Keen Eye), Yungoos (Normal mongoose with Stakeout or Strong Jaw), and Grubbin (Bug beetle with Swarm). A variety of older Pokémon have been shown as available in-game.
Keen Eye|Stakeout/Strong Jaw|Swarm[/TABLE]
A new battle mode, the Battle Royal, allows four players to fight concurrently. Each player sends out a single Pokémon, and the battle lasts until one player runs out of Pokémon.
The Pokédex and in-battle move selection have been improved to show move efficacies, stat changes' effects on moves, and evolution paths.
Sources: Nintendo E3, Serebii, BulbaNews Twitter
Yoshi648 on June 10, 2016
Images from the latest CoroCoro magazine have been leaked, and along with them are two more Pokemon revealed:
First up is Iwanko, the Puppy Pokemon. It's a rock type and abilities are either Keen Eye or Vital Spirit. This is the Pokemon very briefly seen in a previous trailer.
And this is Nekkoala, the Half-Awake Pokemon. Normal type and has the ability Definite Sleep (can't be affected with a status that isn't sleep).
Cat333Pokémon on May 16, 2016
After five years, I have updated the Pokémon Fan Purity Test on Floatzel.Net with a bunch of new questions and removed/changed a few outdated ones.
If you spot any errors or outdated questions, or would like to submit your own questions, please reply with them.
If you take the quiz, be sure to reply with your score (number checked, total, and percent)!
Cat333Pokémon on May 10, 2016
The three starter Pokémon for Sun and Moon Versions have been revealed today in a new trailer. They are:
Grass-/Flying-type owl|Fire-type kitten|Water-type seal
The box art with sun- and moon-representative legendary Pokémon has also been shown:
In addition, the new trailer shows off some new in-game footage:
A separate trailer has been released for the Japanese market:
Pokémon Sun and Moon Versions are due to be released November 18, 2016.
Sources: Official Website, Serebii.Net
Cat333Pokémon on February 26, 2016
In a Pokémon Direct stream that aired this morning, two new Pokémon video games were announced: Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. While very little actual game footage was shown, the bits briefly visible on the drawing board reveal that the two games will feature three-dimensional worlds akin to Pokémon X, Y, Omega Ruby, and Alpha Sapphire. They are scheduled to release during Holiday 2016 and will support nine languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese.
It is not yet known whether these games represent a new generation or a continuation of Kalos. However, at least one new bird Pokémon is shown in the video.
In addition, the Virtual Console releases of the first generation titles (Pokémon Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow) will support sending Pokémon to Pokémon Bank and into Pokémon Sun and Moon.
The full trailer can be watched below.
Cat333Pokémon on February 10, 2016
A new Pokémon has been leaked in the latest issue of CoroCoro. The character's name is Magearna (in Japanese, マギアナ Magiana) and appears to represent a robot. Its species name is the "Manmade Pokémon." As detailed in the article, Magiana will be featured in the next Pokémon movie, along with Volcanion.
Whether Magearna represents the first sneak peek of Generation VII or a hint towards a future entry of Generation VI is unknown.
Source 1: Bulbanews
Source 2: @Pokemon on Twitter
Cat333Pokémon on January 25, 2016
An official advertisement for Pokémon will be aired during Super Bowl 50. The version released online is dubbed to be the "extended cut," created by advertisement agency Omelet. The TV-size cut will be 30 seconds long and will air during the third quarter of the game.
The trailer, which does not specifically advertise any Pokémon products, centers around the theme of training and trying hard at running, chess, and football, to culminate in a stadium showing another Pokémon trainer with a Gyarados, Charizard, Magneton, and Mega Lucario.
Easter eggs include "Like no one ever was" above the locker room exit, a Nidoking chess piece, Volcano Badge helmets, and ads for Moomoo Milk and Rare Candy in the Japanese signage.
The trailer ends with simply a URL for the twentieth-anniversary website, Pokémon 20, and hashtag #Pokemon20.
Source 1: Article on Engadget
Source 2: Advertisement on YouTube
Cat333Pokémon on November 12, 2015
The Generation I titles, Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow Versions, will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS eShop on February 27, 2016! Unlike most other Virtual Console titles, these classics will support wireless trading to improve upon the original trades requiring a Game Link Cable. You'll be able to download all three titles next February to enjoy where it all started without fear of dying batteries or deteriorating cartridge contacts!
Source: Official Pokémon YouTube Channel
Cat333Pokémon on September 19, 2015
I've got some great news for everyone. I've reopened two classic features of Victory Road!
First, the Game Corner (also known as Ye Olde Internet Madness) has been reopened for all your forum game fun. I have also added it to the recent post listing at the top of the forum for the time being.
Second, and this may come as a surprise to some after its absence: the Pokékaki has finally been fixed up and opened again. Unfortunately, the ChibiPaint applet no longer works due to a recent Java bug. In addition, you must add http://pokekaki.com to your Java exceptions list in the Java Control Panel to use Shi-Painter, as it is not a signed application. Have fun drawing again!
isbragg on September 10, 2015
In a move that shocked everyone, The Pokemon Company held it's first press conference of it's own to announce a new mobile augmented reality game called Pokemon GO. With full support from Nintendo, and being developed by Niantic (of Ingress fame), the whole idea of this game is to be able to go outside and explore your surroundings for wild Pokemon that you can catch. You can then trade and battle these Pokemon with other players. There have been talks of some way to connect this game with the main series. There will also be a special wearable Bluetooth device, called the Pokemon GO Plus, that can alert you to nearby wild Pokemon, so you don't have to be glued to your phone the whole time. It is scheduled for release sometime in 2016.
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