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Pokemon Bank detailed with storage capacity of 3,000

Pokemon Bank detailed with storage capacity of 3,000

Supposing it's been a while since you've played Pokemon, you might not know that the current number of unique pocket monsters is well over 600. That still doesn't add up to the massive number of creatures users will be able to hold at once when the system known as Pokemon Bank launches on December 27th. This new "downloadable software service" for both Pokemon X and Pokemon Y will offer up a whopping 3,000 Pokemon spaces for storage, each of them housed in private boxes online for swapping and management.

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Pokemon X and Pokemon Y arrive on Nintendo 3DS October 12

Pokemon X and Pokemon Y arrive on Nintendo 3DS October 12

Way back in early January, Nintendo teased 3DS owners with some teaser content for Pokemon X and Pokemon Y, promising that it would arrive for the console later this autumn. Such a time has come around, with the Japanese company updating their announcement with a solid date -- this coming Saturday, October 12. The installments will also be arriving for the Nintendo 2DS, which launches on the same date.

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New Mewtwo revealed for Pokemon X and Y

New Mewtwo revealed for Pokemon X and Y

Pokemon X and Y promise a lot of new changes coming to the Pokemon handheld series, but one of these new changes will bring a wave of nostalgia from the classic days of Pokemon. Nintendo and Game Freak have released a trailer and teasers for a new version of Mewtwo, name still pending (though some are dubbing it Newtwo and Mewthree). In the trailer, you see the new Mewtwo unleashing a barrage of various elemental skills onto its enemies.

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Nintendo 3DS XL Pikachu edition unveiled

Nintendo 3DS XL Pikachu edition unveiled

Nintendo has announced that on March 24 it will be releasing a limited edition yellow Nintendo 3DS XL that features a cute outline of Pikachu on the back. The handset is being released the same day as the upcoming Pokemon video game for the 3DS, and Nintendo is offering a game for free to those who purchase both the special edition handset and the Pokemon game.

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Nintendo unleashes new Pokemon X and Y screens, art

Nintendo unleashes new Pokemon X and Y screens, art

It's safe to say that the announcement of Pokemon X and Y has Pokefans the world over excited. Not only are these the first Pokemon games made for the 3DS, but they also seem to be taking the series in an entirely new direction, ditching the sprites for cel-shaded visuals instead. Today, we're getting another glance into the world of Pokemon X and Y thanks to new screenshots and artwork from Nintendo.

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Official Pokemon Pokedex launches for iOS in USA for hands-on action

Official Pokemon Pokedex launches for iOS in USA for hands-on action

Ever since the miniature touchscreen became a normal object for the public to have in their pocket, it's been the hope and dream of every Pokemon lover to have a Pokedex for their very own - today Nintendo made it a reality. Though we've had quite a few knock-off versions of the one true Pokedex from the Pokemon video game for smart devices galore before, it's not been until today that the official Pokemon crew has brought on the real deal to iOS - and what a beast it is! But don't think for a second that such a greatness will be free - on the contrary!

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Nintendo launches iOS Pokedex app in Japan

Nintendo launches iOS Pokedex app in Japan

Pokéfans take note, because Nintendo has released a new Pokédex app and, of all platforms, it's on the iOS App Store. This is officially the company's first paid app to go live on the iOS App Store, which is a pretty big deal considering how much Nintendo likes to rail against the idea of smartphone gaming. Sadly, it's only available on the Japanese App Store at the moment, and there isn't any word on whether or not it will make its way overseas.

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