All Pokémon Centers now hosting official countdowns for Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee

Nintendo has confirmed that the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller is not supported in Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee. The upcoming duo of Pokémon games can only be played using a Joy-Con, Poké Ball Plus or via touch screen in handheld mode. In more exciting news, all official Pokémon Center locations are now … Continue reading All Pokémon Centers now hosting official countdowns for Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee

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Pokémon Shuffle adds Tapu Fini, Kabutops, Slaking stages, recycles 14th week of event cycle and more

Pokémon Shuffle has begun recycling the 14th week of its event cycle. This cycle has the following stages that will run for a week: The Ultra Challenge Stage is a stage for Tapu Fini The Great Challenge Stages are Kabutops, Azumarill (Winking), Wobbuffet (Female), Slaking and Keldeo Ordinary Form The Daily Pokémon are Druddigon, Pachirisu, … Continue reading Pokémon Shuffle adds Tapu Fini, Kabutops, Slaking stages, recycles 14th week of event cycle and more

Video: Watch entire Pokémon TCG battle featuring Rayquaza-GX deck in Korean

The Pokémon Company has unveiled an extended promo for the Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG) in South Korea. It consists of an entire battle between two experienced players to showcase the new Rayquaza-GX deck and more Pokémon-GX cards. You can check it out in the embedded video below, followed by the official description: [공식] 「창공의 … Continue reading Video: Watch entire Pokémon TCG battle featuring Rayquaza-GX deck in Korean

Official Pokkén Tournament DX patch notes include error that misspells Sceptile’s name as Septile

A brand-new update has been dispatched for Pokkén Tournament DX. Available now on Nintendo Switch, patch version 1.3.3 tweaks a total of eight different Battle Pokémon – Lucario, Suicune, Gardevoir, Weavile, Pikachu Libre, Sceptile, Shadow Mewtwo, Darkrai, Croagunk, Empoleon and Decidueye. The Support Pokémon Mega Rayquaza has been tweaked as well. The recently-revealed official patch notes from the development team … Continue reading Official Pokkén Tournament DX patch notes include error that misspells Sceptile’s name as Septile

Official patch notes revealed for new Pokkén Tournament DX update version 1.3.3, available now on Nintendo Switch

A brand-new update has been dispatched for Pokkén Tournament DX. Available now on Nintendo Switch, patch version 1.3.3 tweaks a total of eight different Battle Pokémon – Lucario, Suicune, Gardevoir, Weavile, Pikachu Libre, Sceptile, Shadow Mewtwo, Darkrai, Croagunk, Empoleon and Decidueye. The Support Pokémon Mega Rayquaza has been tweaked as well. Official patch notes from the development team are as … Continue reading Official patch notes revealed for new Pokkén Tournament DX update version 1.3.3, available now on Nintendo Switch

New balance update version 1.3.3 now available for Pokkén Tournament DX

A brand-new update has been dispatched for Pokkén Tournament DX. Available now on Nintendo Switch, patch version 1.3.3 tweaks a total of eight different Battle Pokémon - Lucario, Suicune, Gardevoir, Weavile, Pikachu Libre, Sceptile, Shadow Mewtwo, Darkrai, Croagunk, Empoleon and Decidueye. The Support Pokémon Mega Rayquaza has been tweaked as well. Source: Pokemon.co.jp

New balance update version 1.3.3 announced for Pokkén Tournament DX

A brand-new update is in development for Pokkén Tournament DX. Set to arrive on September 26 for Nintendo Switch, the upcoming patch will tweak a total of eight different Battle Pokémon - Lucario, Suicune, Gardevoir, Weavile, Pikachu Libre, Sceptile, Shadow Mewtwo, Darkrai, Croagunk, Empoleon and Decidueye. The Support Pokémon Mega Rayquaza will be tweaked as … Continue reading New balance update version 1.3.3 announced for Pokkén Tournament DX

Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Celestial Storm secret cards revealed

Secrets of the Storm. Hidden surprises on display! We reveal the secret cards from the Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Celestial Storm expansion. When collecting cards from the latest Pokémon TCG expansion, Sun & Moon—Celestial Storm, be sure to keep a watchful eye for elusive secret cards. You can identify a secret card by looking at the collector number … Continue reading Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Celestial Storm secret cards revealed

Everything you need to know about the new Sun Series for the 2019 Pokémon Video Game Championships

Get Primed for Battles in the Sun Series! The 2019 Video Game Championship Series features the GS Cup format, where, alongside the usual rules, Trainers are permitted to use two of the powerful Legendary Pokémon typically prohibited from tournament play. This year, there'll be another twist—there will be three series throughout the season, each with different sets … Continue reading Everything you need to know about the new Sun Series for the 2019 Pokémon Video Game Championships

The 2019 Video Game Championships has officially kicked off with the Sun Series at the Pokémon Global Link

The 2019 Video Game Championships has been split up into three series, each featuring a slightly different rule set. The season has officially kicked off with the Sun Series, followed by the Moon Series and then the Ultra Series. In the Sun Series, not only will Rayquaza not be permitted to use Dragon Ascent, but … Continue reading The 2019 Video Game Championships has officially kicked off with the Sun Series at the Pokémon Global Link