Why you’re never too old to like Pokémon and be a Pokémon fan

Medium contributor Jeremy Damen has put together a piece explaining why "you're never too old to like Pokémon." You can read a few excerpts below: It’s a tale as old as time whenever a new Pokemon game is on the horizon. Yes, I have facial hair and still like Pokemon. Yes, I know I’m 28 … Continue reading Why you’re never too old to like Pokémon and be a Pokémon fan

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Video: Are the original Pokémon games better than the newer RPG titles?

The folks at GameSpot have put together the following special video to discuss whether the original Pokémon games are a better overall experience than the more modern entries in Game Freak's long-running RPG series: From Pokemon Red and Blue to Pokemon Sun and Moon--and now Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee--the RPG series has changed … Continue reading Video: Are the original Pokémon games better than the newer RPG titles?

Video: The original return to Kanto – is Pokémon Yellow the definitive Gen 1?

The folks at GameXplain have put together another video featuring all things Pokémon. In the below video, the main host revisits Pokémon Yellow - the game that inspired Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee: With the reveal of Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee, we revisit the game that inspired them: … Continue reading Video: The original return to Kanto – is Pokémon Yellow the definitive Gen 1?

Trainer Spotlight: Professor Oak key roles from Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow to Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee

Trainer Spotlight: Professor Oak - “Now tell me. Are you a boy? Or are you a girl?” Hello there! Welcome to the world of Pokémon! Professor Oak's familiar lab coat immediately brings to mind memories of a Pokémon journey's beginning. For new players, the Pokémon Professor was their first guide to the world of dreams … Continue reading Trainer Spotlight: Professor Oak key roles from Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow to Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee

Pokémon Crystal and multiple other Pokémon games reappear on the Nintendo 3DS eShop charts for the week ending June 13

Multiple Pokémon games have once again reappeared on the latest Nintendo 3DS eShop charts, including various classics such as Pokémon Crystal, Pokémon Gold, Pokémon Silver, Pokémon Yellow, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue. Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon make another appearance as well. This week’s 3DS eShop charts in full are as follows: Software 1. Pokemon Crystal 2. Pokemon Yellow 3. Pokemon Gold 4. … Continue reading Pokémon Crystal and multiple other Pokémon games reappear on the Nintendo 3DS eShop charts for the week ending June 13

Pokémon Gold Space World demo from 1997 leaks online, revealing early Pokémon designs and much more

The official demo version of Pokémon Gold from Space World 1997 has leaked online, giving fans a look at early Pokémon designs, names of unused Pokémon and much more. The following comes from ResetEra member The Shadow Knight: Well, hell reached a brisk 5 degrees this month and cats and dogs finally put aside their … Continue reading Pokémon Gold Space World demo from 1997 leaks online, revealing early Pokémon designs and much more

Koji Nishino served as the model for the Sleeping Pokémon Snorlax

In a recent interview with Japanese newspaper Yomiuri, Pokémon art director Ken Sugimori confirmed that planner Koji Nishino served as the model for the iconic Sleeping Pokémon, Snorlax. Nishino has worked on the series since the original Pokémon Red and Green for Game Boy. “(Nishino), with this (huge) appearance, was the model for the Snorlax … Continue reading Koji Nishino served as the model for the Sleeping Pokémon Snorlax