Can you believe it’s been 20 years since Pokemon first made its debut in Japan back in 1996? Of course the states and the rest of the world had to wait a few more years before Nintendo published the games outside of their home territory. But this time is different.
Nintendo and The Pokemon Company are celebrating with a slew of announcements, everything from upcoming Pokemon movies available to stream to a brand new trading card game generation. Read more for the details!
This video is incredible! Nintendo is releasing a new Nintendo 3DS (non-xl) with both the Red and Blue version pre-installed. A few original Pokemon movies will be available to buy and or stream on Itunes, Google Play and Amazon Video.
A new collection of “Mythical Creatures” trading cards for the Pokemon TCG and an upcoming expansion titled “Pokemon Generations,” and if that doesn’t catch your fancy you could always pickup the full-lineup of “Red Version” Nendoroids by Good Smile Company.
The video also offers a quick peek at two upcoming Pokemon games, Pokemon Go and Pokken Tournament game, up until now Pokken Tournament was exclusive to Japanese arcades. Pokemon Go is Nintendo’s attempt at creating a Pokemon mobile game.