We have a look at Tomy’s collectible Pokemon collection for 2016 with a preview of the toy plush Pokemon for each month
We return to see how our family is getting on with Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon. We look at the different Pokemon you can choose in the personality test as well as how the game works for each of the kids.
Charmander, Squirtle, Totodile, Torchic, Mudkip, Turtwig, Chimchar, Riolu, Snivey, Tapig, Bulbasaur
If you haven’t already spotted it, Nintendo are running a competition to win the game here:
We take a look at the new Pokemon game, Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon:
– Pokemon Personality Test
– Looplet Emeras
– Special Powers and Attacks
– Wi-Fi and Infrared Revive
– Street Pass Revive Feature
– Random Dungeons
– 720 Pokemon including Legendary and Mythical variants
The Pokémon Company, Niantic and Nintendo are collaborating on a new mobile game, Pokémon GO, to release on iOS and Android in 2016.
The experience is augmented by a wearable Pokémon Go Plus gadget that appears to use smartphone GPS location to alert players when they are near Pokemon to catch. Developed by Nintendo, it uses haptic and light-up alerts can be responded to by pressing a button that triggers in-game actions like catching a Pokémon.
Parent’s guide to Pokemon, from what to watch out for to what makes this game great. 1. Genre and story: Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are remakes of Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, which came out for the Game Boy Advance in 2003. Like the originals they are different versions of the same game, with … Continue reading 2 Minute Guide: Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire (PEGI 7)
Arriving in the eShop on October 21st is the demo for the remake of Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, the third generation Pokemon title that originally launched on the GameBoy Advance. Rebranded and revamped as Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the game now looks more akin to last years Pokemon X & Y. The fresh … Continue reading Let’s Play Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire – Demo Levels
We had a sneak peek into the Kid’s Corner fun at E3. This video-game expo is usually reserved from journalists and retailers over 18. But this year at E3 Nintendo held some special activities for a select bunch of kids who got to play the new games and meet Mr Miyamoto & Mr Ishihara. After … Continue reading Kids Invade E3 & Meet Mario, Zelda and Pokemon Creators
We test Pokemon Art Academy out with a real family. Bringing together Pokemon collecting and real artistic skills this is a game that offers a fresh challenge and some educational benefits along the way. I ask Nintendo to confirm the details on the trophies. “The Pokémon Art Academy game doesn’t have a scoring system, so … Continue reading Pokemon Art Academy Family Review – Trophy Explanation
We received a Father’s Day goody box, or rather my kids did, and got inspired about Dad gaming an Pokemon. Perhaps nows the time I’ll really get into collecting em all.
Disney Infinity: Andy went to the New York Toy Fair last week, and one particularly cool thing he got to play with was a new Toy Box Pack for Disney Infinity. The Phineas and Ferb pack doesn’t actually include Ferb, but consists of Phineas and Agent P, which fans will know is the codename of … Continue reading News Feb #3 – Phineas & Ferb, Twitch Plays Pokemon, Xbox One Cut, Angry Birds Stella