The iconic intro to the Pokemon anime series being remade with Grand Theft Auto V's Rockstar Editor is as awesome and disturbing as you'd expect.
Boston Police prevented a potential tragedy by arresting two gunmen who threatened violence at the Pokemon World Championships.
Nintendo and Bandai Namco Games have announced Pokken Tournament, their Tekken-style Pokemon brawler, will be hitting the Wii U worldwide next spring. To properly kickoff the opening events of the 2015 Pokemon World Championships, The Pokemon Company, Nintendo and Bandai Namco Games have announced that the formerly arcade-only Pokken Tournament is getting a home console release on the Wii U.
If you're the kind of person who keeps up on a very specific kind of news, then you might remember that last year, the city of Yokohama, Japan was host to one of the greatest events in human history. For nine days, Yokohama played host to over a thousand Pikachus, marching through the streets and, one assumes, tempting Team Rocket into what would have been the biggest heist of their careers. Sadly, we do not live in a perfect world where this is happening literally all the time, but on August 8, the electric Pokemon will return to Yokohama for another nine-day celebration... and this time, they will be dancing. The event's official name is "Dancing? An Outbreak Of Pikachus," which is equal parts whimsical and terrifying, and thanks to an instructional video, you can learn to dance along!
Instead of catching 'em all, you mobile gamers will now be tasked with matching 'em all in Pokemon Shuffle, coming to iOS and Android devices.
All kinds of new 3DS and Wii U titles were revealed by Nintendo, including a new Chibi-Robo, Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure, a Bravely Default sequel and Splatoon DLC.
Protip: don't tattoo your own stomach for the first time while drunk and on Xanax, otherwise you'll end up with a Shartmander tattoo.
It's time to appreciate a gallery full of fan art of Pokemon. those lovable creatures that keep us up at night thanks to our obsession with catching them.
The multitude of fans from Twitch Plays Pokemon can call themselves Pokemon Masters after finally catching all original 151 critters since it debuted last year.
If you like Pokemon, Digimon and Dragon Ball Z, then we might have a little something cool for you to enjoy on this fine February day. Thanks to the Rain City Rockers, we're giving away the group's entire Anime EP for free!