Nintendo is promising a slew of new news for Pokemon fans today. However, some think it may just be the CoroCoro leak rehashed. What time will it come out?
The new Pokemon Go buddy system has been released. Once you select a buddy, is it possible to get rid of it and go back to not having a buddy at all?
Another page of from CoroCoro for Pokemon Sun & Moon has leaked, and it includes more pictures of Rockruff’s evolution, Lugarugan, and it’s two forms: Midday and Midnight.
It’s been over 48 hours since Niantic announced that the new Pokemon Go update was beginning to roll out, but the vast majority of players still don’t have it.
The September 2016 issue of CoroCoro has leaked, and along with new Pokemon Sun & Moon information about Ultra Beasts, an Alolan Rattata is shown next to a screengrab for Pokemon Go.
The Japanese magazine CoroCoro September 2016 edition has leaked new information about Pokemon Sun & Moon, including pictures of Rockruff’s 2 evolutions and Ultra Beast 02. See the scans here.
A new CoroCoro leak is expected for Pokemon Sun & Moon for September 11, 2016. It is expected to reveal the correlation between the evolution of Rockruff and the starters. Fans are also hoping for new Alola forms.
The Pokemon Go buddy system is beginning to roll out, but many players don’t have it yet. How many people have the update, and is the rollout region based?
In a new Japanese trailer for Pokemon Sun & Moon, a man bearing a striking resemblance to the original “Pokemon professor,” Professor Oak, is shown in a quick cut scene.
Nintendo has finally revealed the release date of their new wearable device Pokemon Go Plus.
In a new Japanese trailer for Pokemon Sun & Moon, the alleged evolution of the new Bug/Fairy-type Cutiefly appears to have been revealed. See its picture here.
A new trailer today revealed a new “class” of Pokemon called “Ultra Beasts.” What are they? Where did they come from? Find out the top fan theories for Pokemon Sun & Moon here.
A new trailer released today for Pokemon Sun & Moon revealed new Pokemon Type: Null, Jangmo-o, “Ultra Beasts,” and a Pokemon Snap photo-taking feature.
A new teaser trailer released today by Nintendo shows off the Alola island Normal/Dark-type Rattata plus a special Z-Move for Snorlax. See screenshots from the video here for a better look at these new gameplay features.
It looks like Nintendo has at least one surprise in store for us this year, as the company announced Super Mario Maker for 3DS.