Pikachu, I choose you!
Within 24 hours of learning that the Detective Pikachu game for 3DS, has received a rating by PEGI for Europe, we have now been graced with news pertaining the film version. Despite the fact that filming has yet to even begin and the casting of Justice Smith as Tim Goodman, Kathryn Newton as Lucy and Ryan Reynolds as the voice of Pikachu, has only just been finalised, a release date has been issued for the upcoming Legendary Entertainment film. Continue reading [Film] Detective Pikachu Movie Will Electrify Audiences when it Debuts on the 10th of May, 2019!
I hope you’re ready for some Detective Pikachu news that doesn’t concern the movie, because we’ve got some!
The European rating board for video games (PEGI,) has issued a rating for Detective Pikachu, (known as Great Detective Pikachu in the West,) which means after having released last year on 3DS in Japan, the likes of Europe could be getting the Pikachu Pokémon game after all! (Don’t worry North America, you’ll probably get it too, it just hasn’t been revealed yet.) Continue reading PEGI Issues 3DS Detective Pikachu Game a Rating (European Release Teased)
As is the custom for this time of year, a trailer for the next Pokémon Movie has made its debut on the Japanese variety show Oha Suta, which you can see for yourself, right here: Continue reading [Film] First Look at Pokémon the Movie 2018 (Out July 13th)
This just in, the world of Pokémon and Pokémon GO will never be the same again, as it is being expanded once again, when 50 new Gen 3 Pokémon come to Pokémon GO this week and here’s what Niantic have to say about it:
Continue reading [Event] Another Touch of Hoenn Lands in Pokémon GO this Week!
For the Trainers aiming to transfer Pokémon from the Virtual Console titles Gold and Silver to Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, or just from Sun and Moon to Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon, the means has arrived thanks to a new update for both the Pokémon Bank and Pokémon Transporter application. Patch notes for both can be seen here:
Continue reading [Patch Notes] Pokémon Bank Version 1.4 & Poké Transporter Version 1.4
For the Trainers looking for a good enough reason to get back into Pokémon GO, one such reason has arrived, for the Global Catch Challenge has arrived and is already underway. But what does it entail? Well, it’s time to put your Pokémon Master skills on the line, because the time to catch ‘em all has gone, for now is the time for catch everything you possibly see, if you are to benefit from some great rewards that you can read all about, right here:
Continue reading [Event] Niantic Chooses You! The Global Catch Challenge has Begun!
With filming set to begin in London next year and no confirmed news on casting regarding the Detective Pikachu movie, Variety have stepped in to change that.
Continue reading Justice Smith is Revealed to be Among the Voice Cast for the Detective Pikachu Movie
Do you know what’s better than just having Team Rocket return and their infamous leader Giovanni return? Having many foes from previous games like Lysandre, Ghetsis, Cyrus, and even Archie make a return and all in the same game and guess what? That’s exactly something which happens in the forthcoming Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon games:
Continue reading [Press Release] Enter the Rogues! Former Foes are Coming to Alola in Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon!
After the recent Meet Team Rainbow Rocket Trailer, new details have emerged about which legendary Pokémon you can encounter in Pokémon Ultra Sun & Pokémon Ultra Moon. Certain Pokémon are version exclusive and we have included a list of which Pokémon you can find in which version beneath the image.
Pokemon Ultra Sun
Pokemon Ultra Moon
Some Pokémon can only be found after having two particular Pokémon in your party, These include;
– Suicune (with Raikou and Entei present)
– Rayquaza (with Groudon and Kyogre present)
– Giratina (with Dialga and Palkia present)
– Kyurem (with Reshiram and Zekrom present)
– Landorus (with Tornadus and Thundurus present)
Nintendo have updated their Million Sellers List for software on Nintendo Switch, 3DS & Wii U. This information was compiled from data as of September 30th this year so Super Mario Odyssey is not included in this list (though it has been said that the title has sold over 2 million copies).
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 4.70 million pcs
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 4.42 million pcs
Splatoon 2 – 3.61 million pcs
1-2-Switch – 1.37 million pcs
ARMS – 1.35 million pcs
Mario Kart 8 – 8.38 million pcs
New Super Mario Bros. U – 5.73 million pcs
Super Mario 3D World – 5.70 million pcs
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – 5.26 million pcs
Nintendo Land – 5.18 million pcs
Splatoon – 4.87 million pcs
Super Mario Maker – 3.98 million pcs
New Super Luigi U – 2.99 million pcs
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD – 2.23 million pcs
Mario Party 10 – 2.13 million pcs
Pokémon X/Pokémon Y – 16.20 million pcs
Mario Kart 7 – 15.95 million pcs
Pokémon Sun/Pokémon Moon – 15.91 million pcs
Pokémon Omega Ruby/Pokémon Alpha Sapphire – 13.85 million pcs
New Super Mario Bros. 2 – 11.73 million pcs
Super Mario 3D Land – 11.40 million pcs
Animal Crossing: New Leaf – 11.23 million pcs
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS – 8.91 million pcs
Tomodachi Life – 5.93 million pcs
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon – 5.45 million pcs
Source: Nintendo Japan
With less than a month to go before Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon launches on Nintendo 3DS family systems, there is still so much to learn about the upcoming games, but thanks to a new piece of information, there is something else we know for definite.
Continue reading [Guide] A Quick run-through of all the Version Exclusive Pokémon of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon
Nintendo have released a Story Trailer for Poémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon. It focuses on the new story arc featuring the dark and seemingly malevolent Pokémon, Necrozma. you can check out the trailer below which also gives us a glimpse of some of the new Ultra Beasts that are in the games.
Pokémon Sun & Moon players will be able to pick up a shiny Silvally via code at select stores around the US (GameStop), Canada (EB Games) UK (GAME), Spain (GAME), France (Micromania) and Germany (GameStop). The event kicks off in North America on October 23rd and will run until November 13th. Limited quantity of Code cards are available so Pokémon fans will have to get theirs quickly. For Europe, the event begins on November 3rd and will run until November 16th. This will probably consist of a download code via a promotional poster or by mystery gift via wireless network.
Here is the official statement from the official Pokémon Website:
“Power up your Pokémon party with a bit of Legendary Pokémon flair by visiting a participating GameStop and EB Games where you can pick up a code card that allows Trainers to receive a Shiny Silvally in their copy of Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon. Shiny Silvally radiates in battle with its RKS System Ability, and you can give it a memory disc to hold to change its type, then unleash its signature Multi-Attack! Act fast! These code cards will only be available from October 23 to November 13, 2017 while supplies last, and the codes must be entered by February 13, 2018. Don’t miss out on Shiny Silvally!”
Source: Official Pokemon Website
After months of no Detective Pikachu movie news, it’s time to correct that.
Having first previously revealed the working titled of the film months ago, Omega Underground is back and has come upon a production listing which states filming for the live-action film is to commence on the 15th of January, in London, UK and that’s pretty much it for now. There is no cast news to share as a cast has still yet to be picked and as for those known to be involved, Rob Letterman is still expected to direct, with Alex Hirsch and Nicole Perlman penning the screenplay.
The good news to take away from all this that with filming set to take place three months from now, proper news should start making its way to us in the coming weeks and months, so be patient, for the news we desire is on its way!
Source: Omega Underground