The Pokémon Company Stories May 15

Today, The Pokémon Company has announced that fans will soon have yet another way to enjoy the series on their smartphones. The surprise announcement brings with it Pokémon Rumble Rush, an upcoming mobile title that will be finding its way to iOS and Android devices in the near future. The free-to-play beat ’em up game delivers a unique Pokémon experience, which you can find more details on below.

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The Pokémon Company Stories April 28

expiredNintendo’s Poké Ball Plus Switch Controller has never sold for less, now down to $42 shipped

Amazon offers the Poké Ball Plus Nintendo Switch Controller for $41.99 shipped. Also at B&H. Normally selling for $50 at Best Buy and GameStop, today’s offer is a new Amazon all-time low and just the second notable price drop we’ve seen since its release back in November. The Poké Ball Plus controller pairs with your Switch and Let’s Go Pikachu or Eevee for a more immersive gameplay experience. It features motion controls, reacts to in-game events with lights, sounds and vibrations and is a great addition to your console should you be exploring the world of Kanto. And for those that still play Pokémon Go, this controller will let you automatically spin Poké Stops and catch Pokémon when synced to your smartphone. Rated 4.1/5 stars from over 250 customers.

The Pokémon Company Stories April 23

expiredToday’s Best Game Deals: Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee $45, Skyrim for Switch $45, more

In today’s best game deals, Amazon is offering Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee! for Nintendo Switch at $45 shipped. Also available at Walmart for the same price. Having just dropped to $50, today’s offer brings it down an additional $5 and saves you a total of 25%. Learn more about the latest Pokémon title in our announcement coverageHead below for the rest of today’s deals including Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for Switch, Mortal Kombat 11, and many more.

The Pokémon Company Stories February 26

We now know the next Nintendo Direct event will take place tomorrow. Announced this morning via the official Nintendo of Europe Twitter account, the short Direct presentation will focus entirely on Pokémon by the sounds of it. If you have been eagerly awaiting news on the mainline Switch Pokémon RPG Nintendo has been teasing for years now, you’ll most likely want to tune in. Head below for all the details. expand full story

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