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  1. gaiages

    Pokemon Playing Family

    From the album: The Dusty Photo Album

    They play Pokemon competitively... do you know what that means? You would if you picked the other topic for the finals!
  2. While Target has rolled out advertisements showing that they would sell the new limited edition Pikachu 3DSXL for the bargain bin price of $159.99 (a whole $40 off of the retail price) They just might have gotten beat by Toys R Us. An image floating around the Cheapassgamer forums and the @BulbaNewsNOW Twitter account appears to show someone doing a price check on the Pikachu 3DSXL and getting some nice results back. The normal $199 price point comes up, but included with it is a promo for $50 off the list price through the rest of this month. A whole $10 less than what Target is going to be selling the handheld for. While it isn't 100% confirmed if Toys R Us will be selling the 3DSXL for $150, the price checking image does appear to check out. So if you can't make it to Target for the sale, then you should really be keeping an eye on Toys R Us. You can view the price checking image below.
  3. Marcus Estrada

    Pikachu 3DS XL Arrives Next Week

    It was a while back when a yellow Pikachu 3DS XL first appeared for the Japanese market. Next, it was announced for Europe late last year. Since then, North American fans lamented the loss but cast it off as just another exclusive system design that we wouldn't get. Nintendo has surprised fans today by announcing the handheld variation is actually poised to reach us. In fact, the system is going to be made available next week on March 24th. The 3DS XL is emblazoned with a big Pikachu on the front and comes with a 4GB SD card for $200. If you're contemplating a purchase of this system, then recall that Nintendo is also hosting a promotion right now. Those who register a 3DS or 3DS XL system before April 30th alongside Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity or Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon will be gifted one free digital download. Of course, the selection of games is limited, but they are pretty good such as Super Mario 3D Land and others.
  4. Marcus Estrada

    Pokemon Rumble U to Use Skylanders-Like Toys?

    Chances are, if you're a Pokemon fan then you're at least aware of the Pokemon Rumble franchise. If not, then let's get you quickly up to speed. Pokemon Rumble originally came as a WiiWare exclusive. Next was Pokemon Rumble Blast which was actually a retail game for 3DS. Next up is Pokemon Rumble U which is heading to WiiU. Information from the Japanese magazine CoroCoro has been reported on by Serebii.net. For one, the game is set to use NFC (which stands for Near Field Communication). What does this mean? In the case of Pokemon Rumble U, NFC means that the GamePad will be able to react to officially purchased Pokemon toys. Yep, if you buy a physical toy from a Pokemon Center store, you will then be able to use it with your game. Aside from only being available at a specific retailer it sounds very much like what Skylanders has succeeded with. Only this time around it's Pokemon getting the treatment. Unfortunately, the Pokemon Rumble series is far form the most loved of franchises so it may not have quite the same appeal in America if the toys are produced for our market as well.
  5. Stumbled across this awesome Tumblr via Geekologie.com where the artist draws pictures of base-level Pokemon cosplaying as their later evolutions. Pretty cute overall. In addition, the Tumblr theme is actually pretty cool as well, where if you hover over the pokeball on the left side, it opens up to reveal a description of himself and other things; pretty nifty theme overall!
  6. Those eagerly waiting for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity's release have another reason to be excited! This Pokemon Mystery Dungeon for 3DS will have a healthy lineup of DLC to come, and that also includes a freebie. Right at the game's launch, owners of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity will be able to download a free dungeon. The dungeon, called PokéForest, is littered with money and even gold bars. Be careful, though! Scary foes also make their home here. PokéForest is available for free until April 30th. After that, it will cost $2 to purchase. Three other non-free DLC dungeons will also be available for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity at launch, and additional content will be launch regularly throughout the month of April. You can watch Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity's most recent trailer, courtesy of Siliconera, below!
  7. It's Meloetta's time to shine! For a limited time, this legendary will be available as a GameStop-exclusive download starting March 4th (and March 9th for Canada at EB Games). Meloetta can be downloaded onto copies of Black Version, White Version, Black Version 2, and White Version 2. Meloetta in its Aria form is Normal/Psychic, and Normal/Fighting in its Pirouette form. There is no known end date to this special distribution as of yet. Will you be downloading Meloetta to your game(s)?
  8. Last week, Satoru Iwata gave a huge announcement for Pokémon fans via a Pokémon Direct - the reveal of Pokémon X Version and Y Version for the Nintendo 3DS. These games mark Pokémon's own generation VI, as well as the very first games to transform the series into proper 3D. Along with this announcement was a very revealing trailer for the games, giving us plenty of details and showing off what the games will offer. But with all that still fresh in our minds, The Pokémon Company felt like giving us a little more for us to ogle at. Here, we see our three starter Pokémon: Chespin - the grass-type starter, Froakie - the water-type starter, and Fennekin - the fire-type starter. If you've played any of the previous entries, this image probably doesn't interest you much. However, there have been plenty of gamers saying that Pokémon X and Y will be their first Pokémon generation ever, due to how cool it looks, so it helps for them to know how things work around the Pokéverse. Also, if you would like some high quality images of each starter Pokémon, you can find them in the spoiler below: Perhaps more interesting are the newly-released artwork and details (height and weight stats) for the generation's legendary Pokémon Xerneus and Yveltal: Xerneus Height: 3.0 m (9“10â€); Weight: 215.0 Kg (474 lbs.) Yveltal Height: 5.8 m (19“00â€); Weight: 203.0 Kg (447.5 lbs.) The official artwork for these Pokémon are certainly beautiful, and the released statistics will no doubt interest those of you who care about that sort of thing. We still don't know all that much about the game as of yet, nor have we seen any new Pokémon aside from the starters and legendaries, but with The Pokémon Company teasing us with this stuff so soon after the initial announcement, it shouldn't be too much longer before we start seeing more leading up to the release of Pokémon X & Y this October. Which starter are you planning on choosing? Which legendary appeals to you the most? Source: Nintendo Life
  9. Jordan Haygood

    Pokemon X and Y: Froakie

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Nintendo, Game Freak

  10. Jordan Haygood

    Pokemon X and Y: Chespin

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Nintendo, Game Freak

  11. Jordan Haygood

    Pokemon X and Y: Fennekin

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Nintendo, Game Freak

  12. Jordan Haygood

    Pokemon X & Y: Yveltal

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Nintendo

  13. Jordan Haygood

    Pokemon X & Y: Xerneus

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Nintendo

  14. Jordan Haygood

    Pokemon X & Y: Starters

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Nintendo

  15. The day has finally come, Pokémon trainers! After a long wait for Pokémon to arrive on the 3DS in all its creature-catching glory, and after days of waiting for an announcement we were told would come today, we finally have what we were all waiting for. Is it a Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald remake? How about the rumored Pokémon Rainbow? Nope and nay. Today marks the official announcement of Pokémon's 6th generation with Pokémon X Version and Pokémon Y Version for the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata gave the big reveal in a pretty short, yet very big, Nintendo Direct broadcast called Pokémon Direct. But the announcement was more than just a reveal. Here, have a look at the new starters, as well as one of the generation's legendaries: Oh, and before I forget, there's also a trailer. Check out the official Pokémon Direct video and you will see it: As you can see, Pokémon X and Y utilizes the 3DS in such a way that has caused a transformation for the series, or rather an evolution. With enhanced visuals, new game mechanics, and, of course, a bunch of new Pokémon, trainers everywhere have good reason to get excited. And as a first for the series, Pokémon X and Y will be releasing worldwide this October. Gotta catch 'em all!
  16. Jordan Haygood

    Pokémon X and Y - Legendary

    From the album: Pokémon X and Y Screenshots

    © Nintendo, Game Freak, Inc.

  17. Jordan Haygood

    Pokémon X and Y - Water Starter

    From the album: Pokémon X and Y Screenshots

    © Nintendo, Game Freak, Inc.

  18. Jordan Haygood

    Pokémon X and Y - Fire Starter

    From the album: Pokémon X and Y Screenshots

    © Nintendo, Game Freak, Inc.

  19. Jordan Haygood

    Pokémon X and Y - Grass Starter

    From the album: Pokémon X and Y Screenshots

    © Nintendo, Game Freak, Inc.

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