Game Freak trending on Twitter with thousands of tweets following decision of no National Pokédex for Pokémon Sword and Shield

Game Freak designer and producer Junichi Masuda released a statement saying that the decision to limit Pokémon Sword and Shield's Pokedex was “very difficult," but excluding a certain Pokémon from the upcoming title "does not mean it will not appear in future games." Although it is compatible with Pokémon Sword and Shield, Pokémon HOME only … Continue reading Game Freak trending on Twitter with thousands of tweets following decision of no National Pokédex for Pokémon Sword and Shield

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Junichi Masuda: Excluding certain Pokémon from Pokémon Sword and Shield “does not mean it will not appear in future games”

Game Freak designer and producer Junichi Masuda released a statement saying that the decision to limit Pokémon Sword and Shield's Pokedex was “very difficult," but excluding a certain Pokémon from the upcoming title "does not mean it will not appear in future games." Although it is compatible with Pokémon Sword and Shield, Pokémon HOME only … Continue reading Junichi Masuda: Excluding certain Pokémon from Pokémon Sword and Shield “does not mean it will not appear in future games”

Game Freak responds to backlash over Pokémon Sword and Shield’s limited Pokédex

Game Freak designer and producer Junichi Masuda released a statement saying that the decision to limit Pokémon Sword and Shield's Pokedex was “very difficult," but excluding a certain Pokémon from the upcoming title "does not mean it will not appear in future games." Although it is compatible with Pokémon Sword and Shield, Pokémon HOME only … Continue reading Game Freak responds to backlash over Pokémon Sword and Shield’s limited Pokédex

Happy National Selfie Day 2019 from Ash, Pikachu, Brock, May, Max and all your other Pokémon friends

Pikachu also managed to take a selfie with all Pokémon Sun and Moon starters.

Our National Pokédex, from Bulbasaur to Melmetal, is now complete with all 809 Pokémon!

For the past few years, we have been featuring a Pokédex entry everyday to highlight all the hundreds of known Pokémon to date. A total of 809 entries and Pokémon later, from Bulbasaur to Melmetal, our National Pokédex is now complete! That is... until more Pokémon are discovered! Thank you to every single fan who … Continue reading Our National Pokédex, from Bulbasaur to Melmetal, is now complete with all 809 Pokémon!

Melmetal, #809 – Hex Nut Pokémon

Revered long ago for its capacity to create iron from nothing, for some reason it has come back to life after 3,000 years. Type: Steel Category: Hex Nut Ability: Iron Fist, which powers up punching moves. Hidden Ability: None Weaknesses: Ground, Fighting and Fire Resistances: Normal, Bug, Flying, Psychic, Rock, Ice, Dragon, Grass, Steel and Fairy Immunity: Poison … Continue reading Melmetal, #809 – Hex Nut Pokémon

Meltan, #808 – Hex Nut Pokémon

It melts particles of iron and other metals found in the subsoil, so it can absorb them into its body of molten steel. It melts particles of iron and other metals found in the subsoil, so it can absorb them into its body of molten steel. Type: Steel Category: Hex Nut Ability: Magnet Pull, which prevents … Continue reading Meltan, #808 – Hex Nut Pokémon

Zeraora, #807 – Thunderclap Pokémon

It electrifies its claws and tears its opponents apart with them. Even if they dodge its attack, they'll be electrocuted by the flying sparks. It approaches its enemies at the speed of lightning, then tears them limb from limb with its sharp claws. Type: Electric Category: Thunderclap Ability: Volt Absorb, which restores HP if hit by … Continue reading Zeraora, #807 – Thunderclap Pokémon

Blacephalon, #806 – Fireworks Pokémon

It slithers toward people. Then, without warning, it triggers the explosion of its own head. It's apparently one kind of Ultra Beast. A UB that appeared from an Ultra Wormhole, it causes explosions, then takes advantage of opponents' surprise to rob them of their vitality. Type: Fire/Ghost Category: Fireworks Ability: Beast Boost, where the Pokémon boosts its … Continue reading Blacephalon, #806 – Fireworks Pokémon

Stakataka, #805 – Rampart Pokémon

It appeared from an Ultra Wormhole. Each one appears to be made up of many life-forms stacked one on top of each other. When stone walls started moving and attacking, the brute's true identity was this mysterious life-form, which brings to mind an Ultra Beast. Type: Rock/Steel Category: Rampart Ability: Beast Boost, where the Pokémon … Continue reading Stakataka, #805 – Rampart Pokémon