A huge interview off Pokémon.com with GAME FREAK’s Junichi Masuda (Director) and Kensaku Nabana. Masuda talks about how this may be the last Pokémon game that he directs. We also hear about the inspiration of why Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee is being made. On top of that, some Pokémon GO news, and the new TCG set, Lost Thunder, is out now! GameStop also has Ho-Oh and Lugia download codes now!Read More
We break down a huge interview with Masuda that was from Eurogamer. We talk about this past Pokémon GO Community Day, Gen 4 coming to Pokémon GO, and the new GO regionals too. Master Trainers seem to be the only post game offered for Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee, so we offer our thoughts on that and the thoughts on Masuda not wanting eggs in this game. A tiny bit of Pokémon TCG news this episode too!Read More
The iconic soundtrack for Pokémon Red and Blue is coming to "limited edition" vinyl. This vinyl includes all the track from the original games, as composed by Junichi Masuda. The Pokémon Red and Blue vinyl will cost $50 USD when it goes on sale and it's limited to 500 copies.Read More
The digitally remastered soundtrack from the Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl can now be found in iTunes by The Pokémon Company International. Pokémon Diamond & Pokémon Pearl: Super Music Collection features beautifully re-orchestrated music originally composed by Junichi Masuda, Gō Ichinose, and Morikazu Aoki.Read More
The Pokémon Company International yesterday has released a digital remastered soundtrack from Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver.
The game, which released in 2010, featured in-game music composed by Junichi Masuda, Gō Ichinose, and Morikazu Aoki, and included remixes of iconic 8-bit themes from Pokémon Gold andPokémon Silver. The soundtrack releasing today includes beautifully adapted and orchestrated versions of the original music.Read More
The Pokémon FireRed & Pokémon LeafGreen: Super Music Collection features beautifully adapted and orchestrated versions of the original in-game music, composed by Junichi Masuda, Gō Ichinose and Morikazu Aoki. The game originally launched in 2004, and the original soundtrack accompanied Pokémon Trainers on their journey across the Kanto region.
The release follows on the heels of the Pokémon X & Pokémon Y: Super Music Collection release which featured enhanced versions of the game’s soundtrack.Read More