Do you want an alternative to Pokémon? If so, PC goers will gain Early Access to Humble Bundle and Crema’s Temtem. The MMO game is said to boast a story that you can explore by yourself or with friends, and many other features akin to Nintendo and GameFreak’s popular creature-catching series. Continue reading “Temtem Set To Bring Pokémon-Like MMO Action To PC On January 21st, 2020”
The Pokemon Company has reportedly been granted the ability to move forward with a subpoena on 4chan to find out the identity of the person who leaked the Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield content, which resulted in a public backlash against developer Game Freak, the makers of the Pokemon titles. Continue reading “Pokemon Company Granted Permission To Subpoena 4chan, Discord Over Pokemon Sword, Shield Leaks”
A notable decline in animation has plagued anime with few exceptions over the last few seasons of Pokemon. In serialized series such as One Piece it was tolerable. A sacrifice that needed to be paid in exchange for having a weekly syndication without lengthy breaks. Before long many scenes devolved into nothing more than animated gifs with sound dubbed over them. Continue reading “Malaysia is the New Outsourcing Location for Pokemon Animation”
Japanese artist Keiko Moritsugu, who has worked on character designs for the Pokemon games as well as a CG artist for Doraemon, has been virtue signaling online in hopes of getting the attention of Social Justice Warriors to signal boost her message that condemns sexy fan-service in animes, and props up the sociopolitical messaging that runs rampant in Western animation and live-action film.
[Correction:] Keiko Moritsugu reached out via e-mail to state that her work consists of being a concept artist and character designer, not an illustrator or character artist, writing…
“This account is mine, but I AM NOT A TRADING CARDS ARTIST. I have drawn one, but I am a concept artist and character designer.”
[…] I have never done illustration work and I will not do it from now on.
Gamers are throwing away their Switches and grabbing the ‘ole keyboard and mouse now that the Yuzu emulator is making rapid headway. You can now play Nintendo Switch games day-one on your PC using the Yuzu emulator. Continue reading “Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu, Eevee Now Playable On Yuzu Nintendo Switch Emulator”
Whilst Pokken Tournament is neither a true Pokémon game nor a proper one on one fighting game in the sense of a Street Fighter or even Tekken (upon which it is based) it is still a lot of fun. The Switch version includes a flawless rendition of the Wii U original plus five additional playable Pokémon, a new 3 vs 3 mode and several new pairings of support Pokémon. Continue reading “Pokken Tournament DX Review: Tekken The Biscuit”
Most gamers probably got the hint during Nintendo’s E3 Direct that Metroid Prime 4 wasn’t going to be arriving on store shelves anytime soon. The only thing Nintendo had to share was a splash screen with the title of Metroid Prime 4. The new full-fledged Pokemon RPG in development by Game Freak also received very little lip-service during E3, with gamers only being notified that a full RPG experience was in development for the Nintendo Switch. Well, there appears to be some good news as to when we can at least expect the games to arrive. Continue reading “Metroid Prime 4, Pokemon For Nintendo Switch Due In 2018 Or Beyond”
Game Freak is working on a core Pokemon title for the Nintendo Switch? And so it begins. During the short but very powerful Nintendo Direct, they revealed that there’s going to be a new Pokemon game made by Game Freak that will be a full fledged game for the Nintendo Switch. Continue reading “E3 2017: Pokemon RPG Coming To Nintendo Switch From Game Freak”
Pokemon fans have a lot to look forward to in terms of games and information as of 2017 thanks to the recent Pokemon Direct event. The event revealed Pokken Tournament DX for the Switch, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon for 3DS, and Pokemon Gold and Silver for the 3DS virtual console A.K.A. the eShop. Continue reading “Pokemon Nintendo Direct Update Reveals Pokken Tournament DX For Switch”
Pokemon fans around, and 2DS and 3DS folks too, can all enjoy some new but familiar mechanics in Pokemon Sun And Moon. The two new games will feature a new multi-battle system entitled “Battle Royal,” which also brings along exclusive Pokemon to both respective games. Sun and Moon are slated to come out November 18th and the 23rd for western fans. Continue reading “E3 2016: Pokemon Sun And Moon Battle Royal And New Pokemon Revealed”
Pokemon fans waiting for more information pertaining to Nintendo and the Pokemon Company’s Sun and Moon games will find that they will both be available on November 18th, for the 3DS. This also joins the news of the newly revealed three starter Pokemon. Continue reading “Pokemon Sun And Moon Release Date And Starter Pokemon Revealed”