Pokémon Crystal, Detective Pikachu and more Pokémon games reappear on the Nintendo 3DS eShop charts for the week ending April 18

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. The recently-released Detective Pikachu also reappears. This week’s 3DS eShop charts in full are as follows: Software 1. Pokemon Crystal 2. Super Mario … Continue reading Pokémon Crystal, Detective Pikachu and more Pokémon games reappear on the Nintendo 3DS eShop charts for the week ending April 18

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Video: Did You Know Gaming explores the Nintendo DS, its development, games, gameplay, beta builds and more

In the below episode of Did You Know Gaming, the host takes a look at some facts, secrets, Easter eggs and history of the Nintendo DS. The Nintendo DS is the follow up to the popular Game Boy Advance (GBA) and featured all of Nintendo's hit franchises at the time, including Super Mario, The Legend … Continue reading Video: Did You Know Gaming explores the Nintendo DS, its development, games, gameplay, beta builds and more

Pokémon Crystal, Detective Pikachu and more Pokémon games reappear on the Nintendo 3DS eShop charts for the week ending April 12

Multiple Pokémon games have once again appeared on the latest Nintendo 3DS eShop charts, including various classics such as Pokémon Crystal, Pokémon Gold, Pokémon Silver, Pokémon Yellow and Pokémon Red. Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon make another appearance as well. The recently-released Detective Pikachu also reappears. This week’s 3DS eShop charts in full are as follows: Software 1. Pokemon Crystal 2. Super Mario Bros. 3 3. … Continue reading Pokémon Crystal, Detective Pikachu and more Pokémon games reappear on the Nintendo 3DS eShop charts for the week ending April 12

Photoshoot: Ash enjoys a pizza party with some of his favorite Pokémon

Ash Ketchum was recently given the official Nendoroid treatment in Japan, complete with his original Kanto design, Pikachu by his side, a Poké Ball and his trusty hat. This figure is currently only available in Japan, but it is expected to eventually release elsewhere. To see some photos of what an imaginative Pokémon fan did … Continue reading Photoshoot: Ash enjoys a pizza party with some of his favorite Pokémon

Game Informer selects multiple Pokémon games among the top 300 games of all time

For the 300th issue of Game Informer magazine, the folks at Game Informer crafted a list of their top 300 games of all time. Multiple Pokémon games appear in the list; you can check out all their placings below: 300. Metroid Prime 3: Corruption 299. Mega Man X4 298. Dragon Age II 297. Limbo 296. … Continue reading Game Informer selects multiple Pokémon games among the top 300 games of all time

Detective Pikachu reappears at number 2 on the Nintendo 3DS eShop charts for the week ending April 5, Pokémon Crystal continues to take the top spot

Multiple Pokémon games have once again appeared on the latest Nintendo 3DS eShop charts, including various classics such as Pokémon Crystal, Pokémon Gold, Pokémon Silver, Pokémon Yellow and Pokémon Red. Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon make another appearance as well. Detective Pikachu also reappears at the second spot. This week’s 3DS eShop charts in full are as follows: Software 1. Pokemon Crystal 2. Detective Pikachu 3. … Continue reading Detective Pikachu reappears at number 2 on the Nintendo 3DS eShop charts for the week ending April 5, Pokémon Crystal continues to take the top spot

Game Boy Alarm Clock plays classic Nintendo tune

Nintendo fans can get their very own Game Boy Alarm Clock from Merchoid. To purchase one for yourself, click here. The official product description is as follows: Enjoy the perfect start to every day and make sure you’re never late for your next adventure with this fantastic Game Boy Alarm Clock. Wake up to memories … Continue reading Game Boy Alarm Clock plays classic Nintendo tune