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Your source for Pokémon fan works, Trainer Cards, and news.

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It's been a long time coming, but today we're proud to announce that we've updated the TCM to include all the new Pokémon and forms from Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Read more......
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The latest trailer for this year's Pokémon movie was released yesterday and from it we've also learned that the movie will be subtitled Everyone's Story. Click through to check out the trailer!...
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Updated 09/03/2018: Sadly, there’s a possibility that the Detective Pikachu demo will only be made available in Japan. We’ll let you know if this changes in the future!

A new English trailer has been published for the upcoming 3DS title Detective Pikachu. Take look at the trailer below!


While the UK version of the trailer only showcases the game's release date and the special Detective Pikachu Amiibo, the North American trailer also highlights a promotion for a free Detective Pikachu 3DS Theme - presumably implying that the promotion is North American only.
The official Pokémon Twitter account has recently confirmed distribution information for March's legendary event. You can find out more about the two Pokémon in the below Tweet!


Pokémon fans in the US and Canada will need to be signed up to the Pokémon Trainer Club newsletter by March 1st to get a special code for either Heatran or Regigigas. Players with Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Sun will be able to get Regigigas, while owners of Pokémon Moon and Pokémon Ultra Moon will be able to get a Heatran.

If you're in Europe then the event will be held over the Nintendo Network, so you'll just need to use the mystery gift option in-game. This event will begin running from the 1st of March until the 24th. Last months event for Dialga and Palkia is still live until the 28th of February and more information for it can be...
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As we previously reported, TPCi has designated 2018 as a year of celebration for all of our beloved (and lesser loved) Legendary Pokémon. Kicking things off is a retail distribution of Dialga and Palkia, which will span the month of February (ending on February 28th).

Visit a participating GameStop (US), GAME (UK), or EB Games (Canada and Australia) to pickup your download codes for Dialga/Palkia. Dialga can be redeemed for copies of Pokémon Moon and Pokémon Ultra Moon, while Palkia will be available for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Ultra Sun. The two Legendary Pokémon's levels and movesets will vary depending on which game you redeem them for (also detailed in our previous article). Click through to read more!...

Today Pokemon.com have announced a whole host of new distributions for Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon under a new Legendary collection of events. These distributions will be held throughout 2018 and allow Pokémon fans the chance to get their hands on numours Legendary Pokémon by obtaining a code from their local GAME (UK) or GameStop (US) store.

Read on to find out more!
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Nintendo's latest announcement isn't a new game, or even a new console, but a new kind of content altogether. Aimed very much towards kids, but in typical Nintendo fashion, openly accessible whatever your age, Nintendo Labo is a brand new type of video game accessory that you build yourself.

Two kits will be available at launch - the Variety Kit, with 5 different Toy-Cons to build, and the Robot Kit, in which you make yourself into a giant robot - for $69.99 and $79.99 US respectively.

If you want to learn more about Labo, or why it's a welcome reminder of Nintendo's toy-maker heritage, check out the latest article about it on our sister site, GameCrash:

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I wasn't sure if this day would ever come to pass, but the quirky Nintendo 3DS title Detective Pikachu has finally been announced and dated for a western release. Originally this "episodic", digital-only, action-adventure Pokémon game was released almost two years ago in Japan (February 3rd, 2016), but a second part was never released and it was never shown off internationally. Since then the incomplete game largely faded into obscurity outside of its connections with the upcoming live action Pokémon movie.

Now, oddly enough, not only will Detective Pikachu finally be released in North America and Europe on March 23rd, 2018, the 3DS game is receiving a complete physical version that tells the entire story - not just the portion that was previously released. Japan will also be receiving this new version on the same date.
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Today's long prophesied Nintendo Direct has finally landed and revealed some new content coming to Pokken Tournament early this year.

Effectively launching a season pass called the 'Battle Pack', two waves of DLC content will be available for the Switch version of the game starting on the 31st January with Wave 1 and concluding on the 23rd March with Wave 2.

There are only initial details on content other than the headlining Fighting and Support Pokemon available within the DLC, but we do know that Wave 1 will launch with Aegislash - complete with its stance-changing gimmick from the main games as well as a new Support set starring Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu.

In Wave 2, Blastoise will join the fight as a playable character, with Mew and Celebi being added as new Support Pokemon.

As well as content not yet revealed, the Battle Pack will also brings with it new Avatar...
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This article was originally posted on GameCrash - you can read it and more at https://gamecrash.co.uk
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are probably the Pokémon games I’ve looked least forward to, given least thought about and been least bothered about playing since the very beginning of the series’ history here in the West. I didn’t even pick up the games when they came out last year and even after receiving Ultra Moon for Christmas, it took until after the New Year for me to bother putting it into the 3DS.

It’d be wrong to not state that part of that is because I’m just ready to move on from the 3DS following 10 months of life with its successor, the Nintendo Switch. Had I been able to choose to play Pokémon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon on my TV or to play it in my hands in bed as...​