Pokémon Masters is finally out on mobile smart devices and it’s definitely a game that any Pokémon fan should give a Poliwhirl. It is a free-to-play game full of fun characters from the Pokémon universe and has a battling system new to the series. The story is fun and entertaining and the graphics and animations pull you straight into the world of Pokémon.
Pokemon Sword and Shield rumors have been stirring among the Internet since the game was announced back in February. The latest rumor is gaining support though as it is already showing some truth. For those that want to stay far away from spoilers, THIS IS YOUR SPOILER WARNING.
Earlier this morning, Tsunekazu Ishihara of the Pokemon Company and Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori of Gamefreak hosted a Pokemon Direct stream to tease the latest games of the Pokemon series. The entire stream only lasted 7 minutes, but in that time they shared several key bits of information, including that the 8th generation games of the iconic series would be Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield...
Trading, Friends, and Gifts seem pretty simple on the surface — and are, for the most part. But buried within the latest Pokémon Go update there are plenty of advanced functions and interesting quirks that will completely overhaul the end game for advanced trainers. Grab your external battery, strap on your Go-tcha, and train like you’ve never trained before.
While most argue that it should’ve been a Day 1 feature, trading is coming to Pokémon Go this week along with a whole slate of new features including gifts and friends! While definitely long overdue, the explosive initial success of the game coupled with rampant cheating have forced game developers Niantic to take a methodical approach to ensure they got it right. But did they?
Playing Pokemon with my friends was basically my childhood. I was ten years old when I first played Pokemon Red, and I was immediately hooked. I loved traveling around Kanto, the original region of Pokemon. Battling gym leaders, trading with friends, and capturing the legendary Pokemon was really exciting. So, the announcement of Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee being back in that r...
Nintendo’s Direct for E3 2018 ended with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the latest addition to the Super Smash Bros. series. There was a ton of awesome information in the presentation which had me excited the entire time! Let’s sort through all the details and see what we have to look forward to with the new Smash Bros.
No mobile game has evolved from its initial iteration as much as Pokémon Go has, and Niantic has leveled up the game yet again with the addition of quests. After a weekend of tackling dozens of missions, the game’s attempt at rekindling my passion and nostalgia has been super effective – and not just by taunting me with the chance to catch Mew.