Pokemon Stories December 13

Put the interactive Pokémon Power Action Pikachu under the tree for just $15 shipped (Reg. $30)

River Colony Trading (99% positive feedback all-time) via Amazon is offering the Pokémon Power Action Pikachu for $14.99 shipped. Simply apply coupon code PIKACHU40 at checkout. Regularly $30, it has dropped to $25 at Target and down to $22.50 at Best Buy for the holidays. We have never seen it drop this low on Amazon before today and this is the best price we can find. This is a motion-activated Pikachu plushy with 15+ talking voices, lights, and other SFX. Rated 4+ stars. More details below.

Pokemon Stories May 30

Update: Pre-orders are now live at Best Buy and Amazon, more details below.

Last night, The Pokémon Company International in partnership with Nintendo announced the three latest titles in the Pokémon franchise, all of which will be making their way to the Switch. While one is a more casual, mobile-friendly game, the two new standouts, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, pack everything we’ve come to love about Kanto, but with a few twists that make it shine as the series’ first title to debut on the Switch.

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Pokemon Stories January 24

expiredPokémon Trainer Guess: Kanto Edition Electronic Game just $5 Prime shipped

Amazon is offering the Pokémon Trainer Guess: Kanto Edition Electronic Game just $5 Prime shipped. That’s $15 off the regular price and the lowest we’ve seen it drop at Amazon. All you have to do to play is think of a Pokémon and the Trainer will guess it! Rated 3.5/5 stars by Amazon shoppers.

Pokemon Stories January 17

expiredGotta Catch ‘Em All! Pokémon Clip and Carry Belt drops to under $5 at Amazon

Amazon offers the Pokémon Clip and Carry PokéBall Belt for $4.71 shipped as an add-on item. You’ll need to include it in an order of $25+ to lock-in the savings. Usually $15+, today’s offer is just off the Amazon all-time low and the best that we can find. Rated 4.2/5 stars by over 300 reviewers.

Pokemon Stories June 15, 2016

E3 has had some very interesting and existing announcements this year from a brand new Xbox One, to major new game reveals and a very deep look at the brand new Zelda Breath of the Wild. But now it’s time to take a look at what we saw on the mobile side of things. We got a much closer look at the Elder Scrolls Legends from Bethesda, as well as more of Final Fantasy Exvius, some substantial Fallout Shelter updates and even more of Pokemon Go from Nintendo.

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Pokemon Stories September 18, 2015

We love a good Nintendo throwback around here, especially if it has anything to do with Game Boy. We have have seen life size Raspberry Pi hacks, custom-made 3D Printed emulators and even some sweet magnets that will make any fridge look like Nintendo’s beloved handheld. And now, two of my personal favorite things, music and gaming, are coming together for one epic new hybrid Game Boy device: expand full story

Pokemon Stories September 10, 2015

Today, the Pokémon Company has announced that it is partnering with Nintendo and Alphabet-owned Niantic to produce a new upcoming mobile game called Pokémon Go. This title will be available on both iOS and Android devices for free. The main focus of the game is collecting, training and battling Pokémon characters against other users based on their GPS location.

However, this new adventure will be supplemented by an optional wearable. Imagine a Pokémon smart watch of sorts.

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Pokemon Stories August 21, 2015

Pokkén Tournament – the Pokémon and Tekken mashup arcade game – will be making its way to the Wii U in 2016. Previously, this title was only available in Japan arcades but the producers have announced that it will be making a jump to Nintendo’s console. We have a full video trailer below with a full look at gameplay and given the massive success of Super Smash Bros. of Wii U and the following up Pokémon, it’s bound to be a huge hit.

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Pokemon Stories July 20, 2015

expiredGames/Apps: Disney Infinity 3.0 Starter Pack pre-order $46 (Reg. $65), Inspire Pro free (Reg. $10), more freebies

 

Update (7/20 12:30pm):

In today’s best game/apps deals, the recently unveiled Star Wars themed Disney Infinity 3.0 is seeing its first notable price drop today. Toys R Us is offering pre-orders on the Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Starter Pack on PS4 for $39.99 plus around $6 shipping. Even with the shipping this is $20 under the regular $65 price tag and likely lower than the first discounts we will see after release. Just like pre-orders on Amazon, you get the Disney Infinity 3.0 Toy Box Takeover kit added in for free (unlocks “additional hours of gameplay inside Toy Box 3.0”). For those of you that are still looking to dig into Skylanders Trap Team now that its price has bottomed out, Amazon has it on Wii U and Xbox One for less then $30 Prime shipped today.

In case you missed it over the weekend, we saw a number of notable Nintendo 3DS and Wii U deals that are still live including Super Smash Bros., Mario Kart 7, Pokemon, Luigi’s Mansion and more. Some of which have now been matched on Amazon including Mario Kart 7 at $20 and Super Smash Bros. for $30, both with free Prime shipping.

Be sure to check out the Amazing Apps and Games for $1 sale on the App Store and down below you’ll find the rest of this past weekend’s and today’s best iOS/Mac deals including Goat Simulator GoatZ: $3 (Reg. $5), Monogram – Wallpaper & Backgrounds Maker$1 (Reg. $2), Inspire Pro — Paint, Draw & Sketch: FREE (Reg. $10) and many more.

Ongoing game deals/promotions:

Pokemon Stories July 3, 2015

expiredGet access to every Nintendo 3DS game for only $65 shipped w/ this refurbished 2DS deal

Every once in a while, the official online Nintendo Store offers some great refurbished deals on its hardware and software. Many times the rarely discounted games and consoles drop down to some of the lowest price we ever see, and today is no exception:

Pokemon Stories May 21, 2015

expiredGames/Apps: BOGO 50% off 3DS games, Nintendo 2DS console w/ Yoshi Island $90, MagicalPad $1, iOS freebies, more

Update: $100 iTunes gift card for $80 w/ email delivery from PayPal (20% savings)

In today’s best game/app deals, Best Buy is offering buy one get one 50% off on a wide selection of popular Nintendo 3DS titles. Simply add any two games from the list to your cart to receive the discount. While we have seen many of these titles dip below full price here and there, it is very rare to see Nintendo games at 50% off, so be sure to jump in if there are some titles you’re still looking to catch up on. This promo ends tomorrow. You’ll find everything from Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7 to Super Smash Bros., The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask & A Link Between Worlds, Pokemon, Xenoblade, Animal Crossing, Donkey Kong Country and many more.

We also spotted a great deal on Nintendo 2DS handhelds today over at Target. You can grab the Nintendo 2DS Red Console with Yoshi’s New Island for $89.99 shipped (+5% off for REDcard holders). That’s as much as $40 below the asking price for the 2DS alone and more than $20 under the next best price we can find on this bundle.

In case you missed it recently, now any Xbox One can receive over-the-air HD channels with this new bundle, the credit card-sized Arduboy portable console is available via Kickstarter and PlayStation 4 may soon be getting a price drop according to this leaked document.

This morning 1Password dropped to $35 on Mac (Reg. $50) and down below you’ll find the rest of today’s best Mac/iOS deals including MagicalPad: $1 (Reg. $5), Map My Run+: $2 (Reg. $3 – Works on Apple Watch), Galaxy Trucker: $3 (Reg. $8) and many more:

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Pokemon Stories April 20, 2015

expiredGames/Apps: New Nintendo 3DS XL w/ choice of game $209 ($240+ value), SimCity Complete 50% off, iOS freebies, more

Update (4/20 1:25pm):

In today’s best game/app deals, Walmart has a very notable 3DS bundle. You can grab a New Nintendo 3DS XL handheld console (in black or red) with one game of your choice for $209 shipped. The New 3DS goes for over $200 on its own and many of the available games still go for $40, bringing you a savings of $30+ today. There is a wide selection of games to bundle with your system including Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Super Smash Bros., Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Pokemon titles and many more.

As for hardware peripherals, Amazon also has the Nintendo Super Smash Bros. White Classic Gamecube Controller for $24.15 Prime shipped (Orig, $35) and the dreamGEAR Xbox One Dual Charging Dock for $20.49 Prime shipped (Orig. $30). Tiger Direct via eBay also has the Sony DualShock 4 Wireless Controller for $44.99 shipped (Reg. $50, current low)

While Best Buy’s game deals from over this weekend can be found in the list below, Amazon has now matched at $20 Prime shipped on Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor (PS4, Xbox 360) and don’t forget about this week’s free app from Apple: Pursuit of Light ($1 value) and the 10th anniversary Mac Game Store sale with deep deals on Mac games including The Witcher 2 and Deus Ex from $5.

Head below for the rest of today’s top iOS/Mac price drops including SimCity™: Complete Edition: $20 (Reg. $40), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run: $2 (Reg. $3) and BANG! the Official Video Game: FREE (Reg. $2), along with some others from over the weekend like Kingdom Rush Frontiers: $1 (Reg. $3) and more:

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Pokemon Stories December 20, 2014

expiredNintendo 3DS Games 2 for $40: Donkey Kong Country, Mario Kart 7, Lego City Undercover, more

Toys “R” Us is currently offering two select Nintendo 3DS games for $40 + $4.99 shipping or free in-store pick-up. Free shipping is available on orders of $49+, most of the titles available are eligible for ship-to-home but some will need to be picked up in-store. This is a great opportunity to save up to 43% off popular titles such as:

  • Donkey Kong Country Returns (Reg. $35)
  • Mario World Golf Tour (Reg. $30)
  • Ultimate NES Remix (Reg. $30)
  • Mario Kart 7 (Reg. $35)
  • Pokemon Art Academy (Reg. $30)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 (Reg. $40)
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Pokemon Stories November 1, 2013

Today’s best deals in gaming/apps include Best Buy’s 2-Day holiday Kick-off sale which has some great deals on Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL as well as the Disney Infinity Starter kit at $60. We also have your daily batch of discounted and free iOS apps, head below the fold for all the details.

Best Buy is offering the new Pokemon themed 3DS XL for just $170 shipped. These are regularly listed at $200, bringing you $30 in savings today. If Pokemon isn’t your thing, Amazon has the blue/black versions for the same $170. The new Pokemon X and Y has been received quite well among critics as one of the best titles in the franchise and garnering an 87 and 88 Metascore respectively.

Nintendo 3DS XL: Limited Edition Pokemon X and Y: $170 (Reg. $200) Nintendo 3DS XL: Blue/Black $170 (Reg. $200) Nintendo 3DS: Paper Mario: Sticker Star: $8 (Reg. $40) Nintendo 3DS: Mario and Luigi Dream Team: $25 (Reg. $40) – Amazon price match

Xbox 360/PS3/Wii/Wii U/3DS: Disney infinity Starter Pack: $60 (Reg. $80) – best current price Xbox 360: Skylanders Giants Starter Pack: $35 (Reg. $60) expand full story

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