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As some of you may know, Pokémon Sun and Moon's demo release was met by the datamining community with interest, and early this morning a large quantity of images were released depicting Pokémon Sun and Moon information that has not yet officially been revealed. Unfortunately, such information has not been sanctioned by Game Freak or Nintendo, and hosting it here would open us up to potential difficulties we are keen to avoid.

The practical effect of this is simple: we are not able to allow discussion, fanworks, or any other content involving leaked or datamined information until further notice. This does not include the info available as part of gameplay in the Sun and Moon demo. For example, any drawings of unrevealed Pokémon, mentions of them in the forums or profiles, will be removed. However, as the information has been around so long (and widely reported), discussions and works including the previously-leaked final evolutions for Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio will continue to be allowed. Read more...
As promised a few weeks ago, the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Special Demo Version (try saying that five times fast) is now rolling out on the Nintendo eShop for all 3DS handhelds, including the 2DS. If you're in Asia or Europe, the demo is already live and ready to go, and if you're in the US, the demo will go live at 7 AM PST.

If any of you have played the demo so far, let us know in the comments what you think of it!
So, along came October 14th and with it a new trailer and a wealth of new information. Some of it confirms what we've learned from Corocoro, and other information still is brand new.

Click here to continue reading about the update and what it reveals.
Finally, the rest of the relevant pages leaked, confirming the information revealed in the previous update in regard to Type: Null and Jangmo-o's evolutions, as well as including some new information about the games and (shudder) the upcoming Sun/Moon Anime.

Click here to read the newly-confirmed and new information!
It's CoroCoro leak time. Firstly, a new Alolan variant has been revealed: this time, it's Alolan Grimer, which is now a Poison / Dark type. At the moment, we don't know anything more about it.​

The other two reveals do not have their corresponding scans, so right now this information is speculative and completely unconfirmed. While these are probably real, we are missing the usual proof, so take these with a very large pinch of salt. Click through to see them...
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The latest event for Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. This event gives players the chance to get their hands on Volcanion for the very first time.

The Pokémon is obtainable through codes which are being given out by Gamestop in the US and by EB Games in Canada. The event runs until the 31st of October and the Volcanion's details are as follows:
In 2014, pretty much 2 and a half years ago now, we posted on Pokecharms.com about the possibility that Nintendo would be bringing new hardware to that year’s E3. Back then we talked about rumours that this new hardware would be neither a successor to the Wii U in the console world nor a successor to the 3DS in the handheld world, but a fusion of both worlds into one machine. As I said then, “It’s… one of the few logical paths left for Nintendo to travel on in the console space.” and as the Wii U continued to struggle on for 2 more years, that’s never gotten any less true.

It turns out that we were seemingly right on the money with that post 2 years ago, because mounting evidence has come to light in the past few months — most specifically from Eurogamer’s in-depth report — that the Nintendo NX, as we now know that hardware to be provisionally code-named, is absolutely a merging of Nintendo’s two primary gaming businesses. A handheld gaming device with a touch screen that can play your games on the go, and a base that connects those same games to your TV to play at home. Continue reading...
A new trailer has been released today that showcases some new gameplay elements in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon as well as the mid-stage evolutions for the three starter Pokémon.

Read on to find out more!
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If you're living in North America and originally missed your chance to get a Hoopa, your Pokédex will be happy to hear that a second chance Hoopa event has begun. By heading into the Mystery Gift menu, players with a North American copy of Pokémon X, Y, Omega Ruby, or Alpha Sapphire can use the special code 2016HOOPA to download Hoopa onto your games.

For the record, yes, this code works for those of you living in Canada, too.

This particular event giveaway is only running for a very short time - from today until October 9th - so make sure to grab your Hoopa ASAP before your window of opportunity closes!