Tag Archives: Pokemon X & Y
Pokémon players will be treated to never-before-seen versions of Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres as part of May’s Pokémon giveaway.
Pokémon’s legendary birds are as old as the IP itself, so their new abilities are the main allure of the May giveaway. For the first time, Articuno will have Snow Cloak, Zapdos will have Static, and Moltres will Flame Body.
As was the case with Jirachi, April’s Pokémon giveaway, legendary redemption codes will be sent via the Pokémon Trainer Club newsletter, so you’ll need to be a club member if you want to pick up some free legendaries. The download codes will work with Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire and Pokémon X & Y on Nintendo 3DS, New 3DS and 2DS.
To celebrate the return of Pokémon’s iconic birds, the Pokémon Company is currently streaming Pokémon The Movie: 2000, in which Lugia and the gang are pivotal characters, for free on Pokémon.com.
Source: The Pokémon Company
The highly-anticipated Pokemon Co-Master mobile game has officially launched in Japan, available on the Google Play Store.
Pokemon Co-Master is a strategy game whereby players are required to collect and do battle with a variety of different Pokemon. If you haven't seen the game before, check out the official trailer above.
When playing the game your Pokemon's next move is decided by a spinning-roulette, making things a little tricky and take away that control-factor usual Pokemon games have – giving it a rather fresh feel, some would say.
The game itself is a collaboration between both The Pokemon Company and HEROZ. The game is seemingly a continuation of the popular idea that Pokemon can be brought to life through figures, with many gamers likening it to the upcoming Pokemon GO title.
But is this game set for an overseas release? Only time will tell.
In the meantime, though, you can check out some gameplay by clicking the video below:
Android users are probably used to waiting a little longer for some things, but when it comes to Pokemon's Online Trading Card Game, the word "waiting" doesn't even suffice.
Pokemon Trading Card Game Online was released on iPad platform at the tail-end of 2014, a move that left many Android users wondering when, or even if, the game was going to be available for them to play.
However, now they do have the answer they've been looking for. The Pokemon Company has launched a beta test for their Pokemon Trading Card Game Online, for Android tablets.
So, it looks like those using Android won't have to wait much longer before they can catch'em all. In the meantime, check out our Top 5 most Underrated Pokemon, because you never know, it could make for some good scouting before you get the game!
Also if you would like to check out the beta on the Google Play Store, you can do so by clicking here.