002 Hello Kanto: Cerulean City, Misty

002 Hello Kanto: Cerulean City, Misty

Episode 002 of our Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee coverage. In this episode, SBJ and Greg run down the balance between catching and battling. After we spent hours in Mt. Moon, we challenged the Nugget Bridge, met Bill, adored the bike store, and battled Misty. There is nothing but charm and delight in these games, but they are not without issues, we discuss the Poké Ball Plus, the pacing, and finding rare Pokémon. 

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Pokémon Generations Animated Series Launching on YouTube

Pokémon Generations Animated Series Launching on YouTube

Pokémon Generations looks back at each generation of the Pokémon video game series, diving into the stories of the games more deeply and getting to know characters and Pokémon better. Visit each region, from Kanto to Kalos, to relive the world of Pokémon like never before! Pokémon Generations consists of 18 episodes each running between 3 and 5 minutes in length, with the first two episodes launching September 16.

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Hidden Secrets in the Pokémon Super Bowl Commercial

Hidden Secrets in the Pokémon Super Bowl Commercial

The Pokémon Company International has unveiled its first-ever Super Bowl TV commercial, which will air during the third quarter of Super Bowl 50 on February 7 celebrating the 20th anniversary of the franchise.  How many hidden secrets can we find in the Pokémon Super Bowl commercial? Train On!

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Pokémon Monopoly Reprint Coming September 2014

Pokémon Monopoly Reprint Coming September 2014

USAoploy, one of the foremost manufactures of board games, revealed in a press release that it will be producing two Nintendo Licensed Monopoly board games, Pokémon and the Legend of Zelda.

These games were unveiled during the International American Toy Fair that took place on February 16th in New York.

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FireRed & LeafGreen Music Storms into iTunes

FireRed & LeafGreen Music Storms into iTunes

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.

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