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Pokémon Games

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Earlier this evening the latest Nintendo Direct aired, sharing a host of information for upcoming Nintendo Switch games, services, and DLC. The Direct also featured a few pieces of information for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, such as new Pokémon, in-depth character customization options, camping and curry cooking features (which are clearly Pokémon Refresh replacements).

Following the Nintendo Direct, a new official trailer for Sword & Shield was also dropped and confirmed yet another feature: League Cards. Further still, the equivalent Japanese trailer showed off a replacement for Wonder Trade, known as Surprise Trade. This appears to be very similar to Wonder Trade but allows you to set-up random trades - both online and via local wireless - while you continue playing your game. Click through to check out the trailers!...
As promised, the fine folks at TPCi dropped a new trailer full of news, and here's the main take-aways.


The video trailer itself, for obvious reasons.
First off, the region forme gimmick is alive and kicking, with three Galarian forms revealed - and not just for genwun critters this time!

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First up is the Poison/Fairy type Galarian Weezing, a creature that feeds on poison gas and emits purified air from the top-hat-smokestacks on its head - while still being able to use the toxins it absorbs as a defensive weapon. It maintains Levitate as an ability, though apparently it gets an alternate ability that has not been revealed yet. It has also not been revealed if only Weezing gets a hilarious new form or if Koffing does too.

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Galarian Zigzagoon and Linoone, meanwhile, acquired a Dark type (becoming Dark/Normal)...
The official Pokémon Twitter account has announced that new information for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield is coming our way in two days, on August 7th at 2 PM BST (9 AM EST/6 AM PST).

We currently don't know if the information will be presented as a Pokémon Direct or a trailer (or something else entirely), but be sure to tune in!
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Now available in a preview-form (effectively an open beta), the latest mobile game from The Pokémon Company and DeNA, Pokémon Masters, definitely stands out from the previous mobile Pokémon games in some very exciting ways. But, it has to be said, it’s not all good news. We’ve had the chance to put some time into the game ahead of its full, global release in the coming weeks and build some initial impressions about this new spin on Pokémon gameplay and the mobile game trappings it’s wrapped up in.

Check out our full in-depth preview on the game, including details on microtransactions and evolving Pokémon here:...​
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Good news for Pokémon fans with iOS devices today! Pokémon Rumble Rush has finally been released worldwide on iOS.
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It has been announced that The Pokémon Company and Chinese studio TiMi Studio Group are teaming up to create a brand new Pokémon mobile game.

Right now there's no information on what kind of game it is or when it'll be released. TiMi Studio Group are known for developing the Call of Duty: Mobile game.

We'll keep you updated when new information is revealed! Are you looking forward to finding out more about this new game?
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A brand new trailer for up-coming mobile game Pokémon Masters has been released today and brought with it some information on what the game is about. You can check out the trailer for yourself after the jump, which we recommend for the really cool anime section at the start!
Today the latest Pokémon Direct was streamed and brought with it a new trailer for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield.


If you missed the Direct then you can watch it in the video above, but if you just want to see the latest trailer then you can click through to find it!
It has been awhile since we've had any news on the latest Pokémon games, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield but tomorrow we should have a hefty dose of information thanks to a new Pokémon Direct!
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All the way back in 2017, The Pokemon Company announced the latest entry in the Pokémon Rumble spin-off series, PokéLand. Intended for release exclusively on iOS and Android, this was effectively a follow-up to the Pokémon Rumble World3DS free-to-play game released a year before. An alpha test of the game took place in Japan over the space of a few weeks after announcement and then the game was never heard or seen from again.

Until last week when it suddenly appeared on the Google Play Store in Australia, now called Pokémon Rumble Rush. The name may have changed in the 2 years the game has been MIA, but the rest of it looks pretty much exactly as it did back when it was called PokéLand. Quite what happened to the game to initially delay it, or...