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  1. Site: http://www.pokemongo.com/en-us/ | http://pokemongo.nianticlabs.com/ Price: FREE / In-App Purchases | Pokémon GO Plus: $34.99 | What is Pokémon GO? | Pokémon GO Plus | System Requirements | Updates | Welcome to the Pokémon GO Discussion Thread! Here you can discuss the game, Pokémon GO PLUS, and, show off our Pokémon collection. Get out there and Catch 'em all! Events / Important News ⚡ Raikou appearing from Research Breakthroughs starting in Aug.! 🌎 8th monthly Community Day: Aug. 11th, 2-5pm ET (Feat. Eevee) 🎁 Friends, gifting, and trading Coming Soon! 🌴 Alolan Exeggutor now appearing! N4A Trainer Whitelist *If you would like to be added, post a pic of your Trainer Name & Trainer Code or post the example below. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ex: N4A Name | Trainer Name | Trainer Code A: @alienboyva | alienboyva | Click Here for Code @Art_de_Cat | ArtdiCat | 7483 3472 0339 B: @blcdude1 | blcdude | 3880 7937 9699 D: @DLurkster | DLurkster | 1128 2188 8277 @Doc Brown | Digitalkarp | 3050 2025 4477 @DranSeasona | DranSeasona | 2626 3768 6669 E: @EH_STEVE | CheddaSpreada | 7439 0445 5766 @Ephraim | ??? | 9783 1635 5851 F: @Ferry | MisterFerry | 3094 0702 4801 @fuzz | ekshi | 4224 6213 2050 G: @gbwyoshi | gbwyoshi | 2375-5711-4152 @Gold | GoldenTempest | Click Here for Code I: @IU | Joe79109 | 4033 9917 0645. L: @L'Arachel | PriestessMitama | 9720 2715 6830 S: @Shadow118 | Shadow1118 | Click Here for Code @Surge135 | LtSurge135 | Click Here for Code Trailers: What is Pokémon GO? Pokémon GO is a mobile game from Nintendo, The Pokémon Company, and developed by Niantic Labs that let players go out in the real world and catch Pokémon. The game uses various geo-cached points in which a Pokémon may appear at. Depending on where you are/live different Pokémon will appear. Ex: Water Pokémon will appear near rivers, lakes, and oceans. During their journey, players will come across Poké Stops, in which they can collect free items and gyms in which they can battle at (*Note* battling is very basic and is not to be expect to be like the in main Pokémon games). In a future update players will be given the ability to trade with others. For a good idea of how the game works, Check out Nintendo's E3 discussion with the devs of the game (see spoiler below). *Note game requires Internet (mobile data/Wi-Fi) and location services* More Screens: http://imgur.com/a/WKiC2 Pokémon GO Plus is a device created by Nintendo that lets players enjoy the game while freeing their eyes from their phone. The device connects to your phone via low energy Bluetooth and will flash and vibrate when a Pokémon or Poké Stop is near by, so you can catch Pokémon or collect items without the need to use your phone. *Please Note* Pokémon GO Plus currently only uses Poké Balls and when connected, will enable the game to run in the background. With the game running in the background you can do other things on your phone or turn the screen off, while still being notified of nearby pokémon, PokéStops, and track your distance. Pokémon GO Plus Quick Start Guide: Misc. Pics: *More in spoiler below* Videos: System Requirements Pokémon GO: Android Android 4.4 to Android 6.0.1 (Android N will not supported until the official Android release) Preferred resolution of 720x1280 pixels (Not optimized for tablet) Strong internet connection (Wi-Fi, 3G, or 4G) GPS and Location Services Intel CPUs are not supported iOS iPhone 5+ iOS 8+ Strong internet connection (Wi-Fi, 3G, or 4G) GPS and Location Services Jailbroken devices are not supported Link: https://support.pokemongo.nianticlabs.com/hc/en-us/articles/221958248-Supported-devices Pokémon GO Plus: iOS Compatible with iPhone® 5 / 5c / 5s / SE / 6 / 6s /6 Plus / 6s Plus devices with iOS Ver. 8–9 installed. Not compatible with 5th generation iPod Touch devices or iPhone 4S or earlier iPhone devices. Compatibility with tablet devices is not guaranteed. Compatibility is not guaranteed for all devices. Android Compatible with Android devices that have 2 GB RAM or more, have Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth Ver. 4.0 or higher) capability, and have Android Ver. 4.4–6.0 installed. Not compatible with Android devices that use Intel Atom processors. Compatibility with tablet devices is not guaranteed. Application may not run on certain devices even if they have compatible OS versions installed. Notes It is recommended to play while connected to a 3G/4G network in order to obtain accurate location information. Compatibility is not guaranteed for devices without GPS capabilities or devices that are connected only to Wi-Fi networks. Compatibility information may be changed at any time on either iOS or Android platforms. Information current as of July 13, 2016 Link: http://www.pokemongo.com/en-us/pokemon-go-plus/ Updates Latest Update(s): 3/22/2017 - Make a Splash, Trainers! 2/15/2017 - Our World Is Expanding—Over 80 More Pokémon and New Features Are Coming! 2/8/2017 - Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Us! Previous updates: 12/12/2016 - More Pokémon and a limited edition Pikachu are coming to Pokémon GO 12/8/2016 - Hello, Starbucks! 12/7/2016 - Join us in welcoming Sprint as the first Pokémon GO United States partner 12/6/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.49.1 for Android and 1.19.1 for iOS 11/30/2016 - The Nearby feature expands reach 11/21/2016 - Adjustments to the Combat Power of Various Pokémon 11/21/2016 - A Celebration to Say Thank You 11/6/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.45.0 for Android and 1.15.0 for iOS 11/2/2016 - More bonuses, more fun! Daily bonuses are coming... 10/24/2016 - Halloween is approaching... 10/23/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.43.3 for Android and 1.13.3 for iOS 10/10/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.41.2 for Android and 1.11.2 for iOS 10/6/2016 - Gym Training Just Got Easier... 10/5/2016 - Earn a New Capture Bonus to Increase the Odds of Catching Rare Pokémon 9/22/2016 - Pokémon GO updated to version 0.39.0 for Android and 1.9.0 for iOS
  2. Twenty years after Pokémon Red and Blue launched in North America, sparking a wildfire of Pokémania in children across the US, Game Freak is ready to do it all over again with Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! For many of us this will be a trip down memory lane as the games are enhanced remakes of Pokémon Yellow, but the game also represents a meeting point between traditional Pokémon trainers and Pokémon GO fans, as some of the mobile game's features are recreated here. No matter how the details change though, the core Pokémon adventure remains wonderfully charming and addictive. Let's Go, Pikachu! is essentially a retelling of Pokémon Yellow, so once again you have Pikachu as your main partner and Team Rocket's Jessie and James pop up as you explore Kanto and collect the eight gym badges needed to challenge the Pokémon League. While it would've been nice to have perhaps some of the story beats be a little different, there's something to be said for the charming simplicity of the writing here. After all, if this is meant to be an introductory game to the main series of Pokémon, perhaps it helps to keep things basic. Just like in every Pokémon game you capture wild monsters, train them to do your bidding, then pit them in battle against one another (but in a cute way). However, in this game you don't actually battle wild Pokémon, and don't have to weaken them in order to capture them. Instead, wild Pokémon are visible on the map, and when you touch them you're given a chance to simply catch them directly by placating them with berries and throwing Poké Balls at them—literally, thanks to the motion controls. This will feel more natural to Pokémon GO players but for veterans it's an adjustment, especially given how this new method can feel both finnicky and a little boring after a while, especially the way the game encourages you to capture duplicates as well. It's not entirely a bad change but it does reduce some of the game's challenge. And that's a theme throughout Let's Go, Pikachu! Small details have been adjusted to make the game friendlier to new players and erase some of the more technical video game-esque" elements. For example, you no longer have to use a PC to access your Pokémon Box—your entire collection is available to you at any given moment. There's no need to prepare a team of six to take on a certain route, cave, or gym because you can swap out your current six-Pokémon party between any battle. You also don't need to worry about using Hidden Machines (HMs) for the vital abilities that allow you to explore (such as cut, surf, or strength) because Pikachu will learn these abilities without wasting a slot on his four-ability move list. And for most gyms you can't even challenge the gym unless you have a Pokémon of an advantageous type or are at a certain level. Again, none of these are bad changes—they're all done to the benefit of the player—but they show how Let's Go, Pikachu! has been simplified for less experienced players. Pro trainers might scoff at some of these—and frankly the original games weren't so difficult that they really need all of these adjustments—but they're undeniably helpful and can mostly be avoided if you want to maintain a more classic sense of challenge. Possibly the biggest way that Let's Go, Pikachu! makes things easier is the fact that a second player can jump in to play along at just about any point in the game. Player Two can also throw Poké Balls at wild Pokémon and even join in battle using one of your six main party Pokémon. Such 2v1 battles can be overwhelmingly easy but still, this is a fun way to get another player involved without the need for an entire second Switch/game. It's a perfect way to help out inexperienced players or just pique someone else's curiosity about the game, and since you only need one Joy-Con to play you don't even need a second set of controllers. It's a great way for Pokémon to embrace a more accessible approach for any player. Speaking of controllers though, that might be the one area that Let's Go, Pikachu! went a little overboard on the new features. You only need one Joy-Con to play, which is pretty neat, but frankly not terribly comfortable to hold sometimes, and the game flat out doesn't support the Pro Controller. You also have to use motion controls when throwing Poké Balls at wild critters which is novel the first few times but quickly grows tiresome, especially since throwing isn't super accurate—you can aim left and right but it always felt pretty inconsistent to me. The only way to use more traditional controls is playing in handheld mode, though of course that means you don't get to enjoy Pokémon on the big screen; it really is a shame that even using the Pro Controller isn't an option in this game. The game's presentation might best be described as aggressively cute. This may not be the series' first foray into 3D models, but as the first HD home console title it's certainly a landmark entry, one that does a great job of capturing the charm of Pokémon in smooth HD without overdoing it on unnecessary frills. Instead it's the perfect translation of what we remember Kanto being like, even though we played it all those years ago in pixely monochrome. And being able to get up close and pet Pikachu is simply too cute. The soundtrack also does a great job of modernizing the classic tunes of the series, capturing the same fun, bubbly, exciting background music that we remember. The adventure is pretty much exactly the same as Pokémon Yellow, which means conquering the Elite Four of the Pokémon League takes about twenty hours or so. There are, of course, more things to do if you want to truly be a Pokémon master, including post-game challenges, collecting every Pokémon, and trading/battling online. The online interface could be a little more robust here—it seems like in an effort to keep things simple the developers went too far and made it a little more tedious than necessary to find the specific trade you want—but even so there's more than enough gameplay here to satisfy any Pokémon Trainer. Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! perfectly accomplishes what it set out to do: create a happy medium between Pokémon GO's more casual, capture-focused gameplay and the traditional main series Pokémon games. That means it's simplified some of the core aspects of the franchise's gameplay and includes a few features that make the whole journey much more forgiving, but these concessions don't spoil the enduring charm of capturing, training, trading, and battling pocket monsters. And for those of us that grew up on the original gen I games, Let's Go, Pikachu! also provides an adorably endearing trip down memory lane. Rating: 8 out of 10 Poké Balls
  3. Official movie poster: Official website: http://www.detectivepikachumovie.net/
  4. It appears you can face Blue, Red and Green in this game. And damn Agatha illustration portrait of her is ugly.
  5. Took 20 years but at least we can become Pokemon Masters. Sorry Ash.
  6. Not sure what this could be. From looking at the logo, it seems like it could be a clothing line, café (JPN loves their themed cafés), a JPN store, or a new line of merch. It doesn't seem like it would be video game related (judging by the logo), but who knows?...It could end up being a mobile game/app. BTW, if this wasn't video game related wouldn't they just grab they trade make as "The Pokémon Company" and not as all three companies?
  7. In The Games Department Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon - Zeraora Event The Zeraora event has begun in various parts of Europe. Unlike past events, many of the distributions haven't been officially announced so some stores have begun the event without previously advertising it so keep checking back for additions. It runs from today until November 15th 2018. Our Event Database has full details for this event In the UK, it's being distributed at GAME In Germany, it's being distributed at Gamestop In Italy, it's being distributed at Gamestop In Spain, it's being distributed at GAME In The Netherlands, it'll be distributed at GameMania In Belgium it'll be distributed at GameMania and Dreamland Edit @ 17:10: It has also been confirmed that the distribution will run in the US in Gamestop from October 19th through November 9th Edit @ 17:30: It'll be at EB Games in Australia from October 19th through November 9th Source: serebii.net
  8. Source English trailer Japanese overview trailer
  9. TPC is teaming up with Twitch for a two-month PKMN anime marathon... Ok, now this is pretty cool. I'd actually love to go back a rewatch some of the earlier seasons that I haven't seen in forever. I remember TPC streaming all the PKMN movies on Twitch for PKMN's 20th anniversary. I only had a chance to catch the first 3, but it was nice to seem again them after all these years. I still have my copy of PKMN the First Movie & the first 3 eps of season 1 on VHS.
  10. alienboyva

    Pokémon Quest

    Site: https://pokemonquest.pokemon.com/en-us/ Platforms: Nintendo Switch (Avail. Now) | iOS/Android (Coming late June) Price: Free (In-app purchases & DLC) Trailer References Move List (Credit: u/billabong2121) Cooking Recipes List (possible spoilers): Did anyone download this yet? I decided to check this out since it was free and I find it pretty fun for a F2P game. I never really cared for the PKMN Rumble series, but I'm really enjoying PKMN Quest. One thing kinda don't like is how much this was designed around touch controls, especially since your PKMN will automatically move towards enemies. I know there are joy-con controls, but it seems like putting this on Switch was an after thought (I would have liked traditional button controls, especially in the menus). One thing I really like is the the cube-y art style. I find it more appealing then the art style in the Rumble series. I'm not sure how long this will hold my interest, but if it's anything like Nintendo's past F2P games (PKMN Shuffle for example), I may play for quite a bit. Nintendo has always been good with F2P games and not making you feel like you have to pay. Here's my current team:
  11. Tyranogre

    History of Pokegirls v2.0

    The above text was originally posted over two years ago, on May 10, 2016. As of typing this sentence, "porkyman" now yields 167,358 results on Paheal. This means that there have been 67,157 new rule34 images of Pokemon created over the past two years. To answer past-Ty's question: Yes. There were, indeed, other girls to make up for the rather bland Moon-chan. In fact, gen 7 might have the best selection of Pokegirls since gen 5. We have Olivia the chocolate Christmas Cake, Lusamine the blonde milf, Mallow "press A to pound", Lana for school swimsuit fetishists, and from the anime, her mom, for oyakodon doujins. Speaking of the anime, the fact that Ash was traveling with Lana, Mallow, AND Lillie meant that we effectively got triple the amount of 34 that we usually get. But perhaps most importantly, we have Wicke. Wicke is thicke. I want to sticke my dicke inside of Wicke. So, despite a rather slow start of 48 hours for 34 to show up of Let's Go-chan, we can rest assured that no matter what the future may hold for the series, rule34 will always be created of it.
  12. https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2018/180426_5e.pdf Well that didn't last long. Officially happens this summer. Nintendo's new president will be Shuntaro Furukawa, an existing board member within Nintendo and the Pokémon Company.
  13. Looking for a few recommendations to finish out Crystal on 3DS vc. Right now lvl grinding before the end. Typhlosion lvl 41 -thunder punch -flame wheel -rock smash -quick attack * i want flame thrower but not till lvl 60 and not planning to grind that much. Gyrados lvl 38 Waterfall, surf, bite, whirlpool Graveler lvl 38 Earthquake, strength, rock throw, magnitude Kadabra lvl 43 Shadow ball, recover, psychic Dragonair lvl 36 Dragon rage, thunder wave, slam, extreme speed Piloswine lvl 37 Take down, powder snow, fury attack, icy wind * super effective icyness.
  14. Sir Grim Locksmith VIII

    Worst Pokemon Memories

    Alright, so you know how everyone fondly remembers how Pokemon helped shape their childhood? Remember trading with your buddies to evolve that Machoke or that Kadabra of yours, finding your first ever shiny when you least expect it, feeling pumped up with adrenaline after catching a legendary with your last remaining Pokeball, pretending to be some sort of elite Hackerman whenever you exploited a Gen 1 glitch or used a Gameshark or an Action Replay? What about the bad memories, eh? The few times some unpleasant circumstance befell you, whether it be through your own stupidity or just through bad luck? Something that still sticks to the back of your mind like some parasite leeching off of your good vibes? I, for one, have a few nasty buggers I'd like to share, but I'll start with just one. Approximately twelve years ago my six-year-old self had encountered Zapdos for the first time during a playthrough of Fire Red. Awestruck by this majestic thunderbird I forgot to make a save before provoking it to battle me. Of course it didn't end well, as I had exhausted all of my non-Masterballs trying to catch the damn thing. Frustrated, I restarted at my last save point, which was at the entrance of the Powerplant. For some reason I didn't think to turn back and stock up on max repels or more pokeballs, instead navigating the plant once more, wild encounters and all. The wild encounters tested my patience especially. I was so blinded by my impatience and my desire to capture Zapdos that I forgot to save again when I finally made my way to the legendary bird, and this time, I killed it trying to bring its lower its hit points as much as possible. And so I restarted in front of the Power Plant. This cycle continued about a dozen times before I thought, "Fuck it," and used my Masterball. You see, this was actually the first time I ever even encountered a legendary Pokemon. I tried to justify my use of the Masterball by thinking that Zapdos was the only Pokemon of this caliber in the game, not knowing that Moltres, Articuno, and Mewtwo would appear later on. So not only did I waste my Masterball, but every subsequent encounter with the rest of the legendary Pokemon ended poorly due to how unprepared I was. I wish I can tell my younger self to save my game just before battling a legendary.
  15. Too bad all we get in PKMN GO is that same party hat Pikachu again. Ooo...I'm totally going to check-out that I Choose You! movie on PKMN TV. I really wanted to see it, but didn't get a chance to. Is it odd that I find Pikachu Talk more amusing that it actually is? I've been waiting for this to release outside of Japan, since I got a Google Home Mini for Xmas this year. I haven't gotten to fully try it out, but here's a quick demo...
  16. This for pokmon fans and anybody that likes pokemon , even if your are new so hope you guys like it your team only 3 to chose from pokemon (sorry no legendary pokemon or shiny) what you may look as a trainer your rival (from the game or pokemon show sorry no champion) your theme song (from pokemon games or pokemon show, no champion theme sorry) if you have more ideas just let me know My team typhlosion blastoise metagross My look Rival Hugh My theme
  17. Surge135

    Spare Diancie?

    So during the whole scuffle that was the Ash-hat Pikachu event and my attempts to get as many of each hat as possible, I also wanted to trade over the Mystery Gift mega stones from my Moon version to my Sun version. However, because I ran out of time and was forced to send the Pikachu through Bank rather than trade, I forgot to send over the Pokemon holding the mega stones, Diancie being the one holding its Diancite. So when I restarted my Moon file for getting more Pikachu, I lost all of the Pokemon I had been using for mega stone transportation. So, would anyone happen to have a spare event Diancie? I have a butt-ton of Kanto hat, Hoenn hat, and Sinnoh hat Pikachu, as well as spare event shiny Rayquaza and the event shiny Beldum from the early release event for OR/AS.
  18. Art_de_Cat

    Shiny Sivally Event-GS

    Starting Oct 23, Gamstop will have cards to get you a Shiny Silvally for Sun/Moon!
  19. A new free-to-play game that previously released in Italy and Japan is now out in the rest of Europe and in North America. Train your Magikarp to be the best jumper of them all by training and feeding him and getting a little help from other Pokemon. The game is free to play and available now. http://www.vg247.com/2017/05/25/pokemon-magikarp-jump-is-out-now-on-android-and-ios/
  20. The Guardian Mew

    How the Mew glitch works.

    I really enjoyed watching this and seeing what variables old Pokemon games called, and how they worked. X3 If you want to watch a video about MissingNo. I thought it was pretty good too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PILbqZqaS4
  21. Okay, so maybe two years ago (I don't remember exactly when) I bought a Pokemon Gold and started a Nuzlocke challenge. Instead of posting daily about my exploits (as everybody was at the time) I kept a journal of every Pokemon I caught, when they evolves, and when they died. I was going to post it at the very end after I had beaten Red but after months of being on hiatus, because of school, I started my game up again. I had been grinding for moths trying to get my Pokemon high enough. When I booted it up again recently all of them were in their 70s, so I levelled them up a bit then my gba was glowing red so I saved, turned off, and charged it. When I came back the save file was corrupted. Now I don't know if I maybe turned off when it was saving or the internal battery just chose to die at that time, but all of them are gone. What really sucks is before my hiatus I caught two shiny Ursaring and I was idiot and didn't send one to my Stadium 2 or Crystal so both of them were loss. If anybody knows how to fix this let me know, but everything I've read and heard for the last 18 years is that it's impossible to recover save data once it's corrupted, so I'm pretty sure my run here is dead. I'll probably restart the game and if I still can't save, I'll replace the battery. I don't know if I'll do another nuzlocke on Gold. I've been meaning to do a soulsilver nuzlocke after I was done this one so I'll probably end up doing that. I guess I'll just post my journal here now, see if you guys find it interesting at all. Journal:
  22. http://imgur.com/a/EFOqs Beware spoilers if you're refraining from seeing Pokemon from this region.
  23. It's finally up, same with Poké Transporter. Get it on the eShop! Enjoy your old Pokémon in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon.
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