Pokémon fans have been ecstatic since the Pokémon Company release the info on generation eight from the Pokéball. The new games 'Pokémon Sword' and 'Pokémon Shield' are set in the new region of Galar, which has been strongly based on the UK. This is pretty standard in Pokémon as the first four regions were set on parts of Japan, Unova was based on New York, Kalos off of France and Alola used Hawaii. Along with this information on the region, the new starter Pokémon were revealed and two make clear sense for a UK themed region, but one is odd.
Fans have been buzzing for days knowing that the next generation of Pokémon was set for announcement any day. Many speculated the announcement would come on Pokémon day, February 27th, and they were correct! Announced through a live-stream, hosted by Tsunekazu Ishihara (the President and CEO of The Pokémon Company), Junichi Masuda (the producer of Pokémon Sword and Shield) and Shigeru Ohmori (the director of Pokémon Sword and Shield), they introduced fans to the next instalments of the game, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. The live-stream included so many things for Pokémon Trainers to get excited over. First off what the first look at the graphics for the games.
Mario Kart is a game we all know and love, and with the latest release of the game Mario Kart 8 Deluxe selling just under 10 million copies, it is safe to say that this classic game is still much adored by gamers around the globe. Despite the popularity of the game, not everyone is aware of the long history that this game has and how much it has changed since the initial release back in 1992. Let's take a trip back in time, or as Mario would say, Lets-a-go!
When players thought Pokémon had nothing left in their trainer bag, they surprised fans with the introduction of the Mega Evolution mechanic. Once a player had acquired a Key Stone, they could then start hunting down rare Mega Stones, which allow certain Pokémon to tap into their full evolution power to unlock a new and powerful form. With nearly 900 Pokémon, only a small percentage received this new ability and fans have been wanting new Mega Evolutions ever since. In this article, we will look at some excellent candidates that are worthy of their own Mega Stone.
I still kinda like The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. That's right. You heard me. Allow me to explain.
Pokémon is a franchise that continues to add to the ever increasing roster of "Pocket Monsters" for players to catch, train and battle in the games. With over 20 years of history, the primary games have been released on pretty much every handheld console created by Nintendo. Starting with the original Game Boy in 1996 and through to the Nintendo 3DS over seven generations of the game have been released. But, Nintendo announced that the eighth generation of the games will be released on their latest console, the Nintendo Switch.
With a game like Pokémon, the majority already know that when you start your Pokémon adventure you will be met by a Professor who will present three Pokémon for you to select from to start their adventure. Every Pokémon fan has a favourite starter Pokémon from the past eight generations, my personal favourite being Chikorita. I can actually hear the groans from readers reading that, but like all fans, we have Pokémon in each generation that we gravitate towards, with aims to have them on our Pokémon team.
After hitting a couple rough patches, Nintendo has come firing back with the definition of a game-changer. Welcome to WatchMojo and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Best Nintendo Switch Games."
Before I get into things you may be wondering, what is Animal Crossing? Well, here's a brief explanation. The first game of the ongoing series Animal Crossing came out in 2001 and is a "life" simulation game created by Katsuya Eguchi and developed by Nintendo. I say "life simulation" very loosely due to the fact all the non-playable characters are animals and well, I think you get it.
Pokemon took the world by storm in the 90s. I played Pokemon for the Gameboy Advance SP before the Nintendo DS, XL, or touch screen. That was when Gameboy Advance games worked on the SP and original Gameboy. I played the color version of these games. The color games were introduced with Gameboy Color, but that was for Red and Yellow. Pokemon Gold and Silver began the color versions when they premiered for the Gameboy Color around the late 90s. Later I played Pokemon Diamond.
Before you can catch them all, you’ll have to learn some of their most disturbing stories. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Pokémon with the Creepiest Pokédex Entries."
Is “Hypest” even a word? Well who cares, these trailers are so hype they’re creating new words in the English language. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’re counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Hypest Super Smash Bros Character Reveals of All Time."