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SBJ tackles things with Travis and our Tumblr Editor, Saul. We talk about how SBJ will be homeless soon, Pokémon news including the new RPG DS game announce in Japan, as well as, PokéPark 2. On top of all that, we go over a Featured Team. Also touching on a holiday themed Pokémon of the Week!

Host: SBJ | Guests: Travis & Saul

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Pokemon Head Discusses the Pains of 3DS Development

It's been a pretty busy first half of 2011 for everyone at The Pokémon Company -- the English version of Pokémon Black/White touched down in March; Pokédex 3D was released for free on the 3DS last month; and Pokémon Rumble Blast was just announced for a October 3DS release in America. For Pokémon Company head Tsunekazu Ishihara, it's all part of his team's effort to keep users excited and keep the fun flowing.
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PokéDex 3DS

Download the FREE Pokédex™ 3D application available exclusively through Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo 3DS system, and start collecting data on over 150 Pokémon™ from the Pokémon Blackand Pokémon White Version games! This exciting new application lets you see each Pokémon in 3D with animated motion and sound, and you can rotate the Pokémon image 360 degrees to zoom in and view it from any angle. The detailed Pokédex also allows you to search, sort, and filter all of the data you receive in a variety of ways, making it the essential guide for Pokémon fans!

Complete your Pokédex by receiving Pokémon data from friends, using the SpotPass™ feature (wireless broadband Internet access required), or by scanning special Augmented Reality (AR) Markers. Once you have collected data for a Pokémon, the AR Viewer allows you to view that Pokémon image in a real-world setting in real time, and create photos to share with friends!

What we want to see in Pokemon 3DS 3DS

The next Pokemon game is set to be announced soon. But while most people will be wondering what colours Nintendo will use next, we've been having a much harder think about the next instalment.

There's no doubt it will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS (at least one version anyway), and we can't really see Nintendo breaking away from the tried, tested, and loved formula.

Then again, change can be an exciting prospect - and the 3DS's capabilities mean that the next Pokemon world could be like no other we've galavanted around before.
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