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Pokémon Games

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One of the things confirmed in this year's Nintendo E3 Direct was, straight from the mouth of Pokemon Company President Tsunekazu Ishihara, that a new main series Pokemon game was in development for the Nintendo Switch.

Unfortunately, despite rumours about a possible Pokemon Stars version of Sun/Moon coming to the Switch this year, this new game will be at least a year away. It's seeming pretty certain now that, although Pokemon Stars may well have been a thing once upon a time, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon have taken its place. It's very likely that when Pokemon debuts on the Switch at some point around 2018/2019, it will be an entirely new Generation.
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Pokkén Tournament DX has been announced for the Nintendo Switch, and will release worldwide on 22nd September 2017. This version of the game serves as a complete and expanded version of the Wii U and arcade versions – as well as including all content from the Wii U version, Croagunk, Empoleon, Darkrai, and Scizor have been added from the arcade version, and Decidueye joins as a brand new character exclusive to the Switch version. Two new Support Pokémon, Litten and Popplio, also make their debut. Click through to read about more new features coming to Pokkén on Switch...
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Today, Game Freak have announced two new games for the 3DS: Pokémon Ultra Sun, and Pokémon Ultra Moon. Not a huge amount is known about the games so far, but they will be released worldwide (finally!) on 17th November 2017, exclusively for 3DS. Read more in the full article...
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As always, it's been very quiet in the Pokémon world over the last few months. Pokémon Sun and Moon have been and gone, shaking up the franchise as they go, but the hype quickly faded, and we all began to ask... what's next?

It sounds like we'll find out tomorrow – Nintendo have announced a Pokémon Direct for tomorrow, June 6th, at 3pm British Standard Time (that's 7 am PT – you can translate this into your own timezone here.)
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Earlier this week a brand new mobile game, Magikarp Jump, was released in Italy for iOS and Android. Today the game has finally been released in the US and the UK, as well as elsewhere across the globe.
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Some of you may have heard of a mobile game called Pokémon Comaster, which was released in Japan in April last year. Yesterday the game was finally given an English release under the new name of Pokémon Duel.

Read on to find a trailer for the game!
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As previously promised way back when the games were first announced,, Pokémon Bank has today been updated to add support for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, and a raft of new features. The Poké Transporter app, originally used for transferring Pokémon from the fifth generation games, has also been updated to allow transfer of the 3DS Virtual Console versions of Pokémon Red, Pokémon Blue, Pokémon Green, and Pokémon Yellow.

This means that you can now bring Pokémon stored in your Bank into Pokémon Sun and Moon, regardless of which game they came from. Click through for full details – and the Mewnium Z giveaway...
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December is here and with Christmas and the end of the year in sight the final legendary give-away for the sixth generation of Pokémon games has now gone live.

This even allows Pokémon fans to get their hands on a Meloetta for Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. The details of Meloetta are as follows:
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Just as most of the world are sinking their teeth into Pokémon Sun and Moon, Eurogamer have reported on a frankly incredible rumour: Pokémon Sun and Moon are getting a third version, codenamed Pokémon Stars, but on Nintendo Switch instead of 3DS.

This would mark two major milestones for Pokémon: It'd be the first time a main-series Pokémon generation spanned two console devices, but far more importantly, it would mark the first time in Pokémon's 20-year history that a main-series Pokémon game is playable on your TV without additional hardware.

Let's collect the rumours so far – click through to read more...
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Now that Halloween has come and gone the latest mythical Pokémon distribution has begun. Up for grabs this month is Genesect, which will once again require you to visit a participating store in order to obtain a Genesect download code (or multiple codes, if you're lucky).

The Genesect codes are available at Gamestop in the US; GAME in the UK; and EBGames in Canada and Australia/New Zealand.

As per usual, the distribution will run until November 24th while supplies last. You can use your Genesect code via the Mystery Gift menu to receive your awesome mythical bug on a copy of Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby, or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire.