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Pokemon Bank now available in North America

Pokemaniacs, rejoice – the Pokemon Bank is officially available in North America, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. Poke-news site Serebii reports that fans can download and try Pokemon Bank for free until March 14. After that, the service will be subscription-based, asking for $4.99 per year. Pokemon Bank allows Pokemon X and Y players to […]Read More


E3: ‘Pokemon X and Y’ coming Oct. 12, new fairy type

Pokemon will be launching on October 12 and will feature a new fairy type Pokemon and a mini-game to strengthen the bond with your Pokemon, Nintendo announced during their E3 2013 Nintendo Direct broadcast. The fairy type will not only include new Pokemon, but will be retroactively applied to previous Pokemon Jigglypuff, Marril, Sylveon and Gardevoir. […]Read More


Pokemon Wish List: Three Keys to Success

Pokémon fans, it’s time to start getting excited. A new adventure, on an all-new engine made possible by a relatively (but not really) new piece of hardware. Pokémon X and Pokémon Y will soon grace the Nintendo 3DS, over two and a half years since the handheld’s launch. Better late than never, of course, but many […]Read More


‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’ legendary names announced

Please welcome the first two legendary Pokemon to grace the upcoming entries to the series: Xerneas and Yveltal. Xerneas (ZURR-nee-us) Yveltal (ee-VELL-tall) Each Pokemon’s physical shape (and name) represent their respective game versions, though it’s unknown if they’ll be exclusive to one or the other. Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver, for example, featured Ho-Oh and Lugia respectively, but […]Read More