Just in time for Halloween, here's an official set of Pokémon trading cards themed around Edvard Munch's iconic, haunting painting The Scream.
The mystery surrounding new Pokémon Meltan has been somewhat lifted, as new videos shared on the official Pokémon channel hint the Pokémon may be able to evolve, is attracted by an ancient box, and can only be caught in Pokémon Go. Phew.
Remember last year when that magical talking Pikachu video went viral on the internet? Well, I can't promise this year's Pokémon film will be quite as exciting, but it should still be quite a treat for British Pokémon fans when it arrives in cinemas late November.
Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us is the sequel to I Choose You, and follows Ash and Pikachu (of course) as they explore the seaside town of Frau City. When Ash arrives, there's something of a party going on, as the town is celebrating its annual Lugia festival. But, inevitably, things start to go a little wrong. The festival's livelihood is put at risk, and Ash must team up with new friends to protect the city from a "procession of Pokémon" that are threatening the town. Notting Hill Carnival certainly sounds a little different these days.
The film was originally released in Japan back in July, and will come to over 300 cinemas in the UK and Ireland this winter. Most of the showings are on November 24th and December 1st, but if you can't make these, you may be able to make one of the limited number of showings on December 3rd. You can find your nearest showing and book tickets here.
Over the past few days, Pokémon Go players have been intrigued and puzzled by the appearance of a new Pokémon during this month's Community Day event. Nobody really knew anything about the Pokémon - known as "nutboi" in the Eurogamer office, or "nutto" on reddit - other than it would transform into Ditto when caught (and that it may be related to Kecleon). Until now, that is.
UPDATE 22/9/18: Yesterday's leaked new Pokémon design has stunned fans by suddenly appearing in the game. What appeared to be a slip-up now looks like a purposeful release, as spawns of the unnamed creature began appearing overnight.
It's only a few months until Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee come to Switch, and today we got another peek(achu) at the games.
One of the main selling points of Let's Go is players will be able to transfer their Pokémon from Pokémon Go into the new games. These Pokémon will be kept in Go Parks, and according to the press release, there will be 20 of these parks within a larger Go Park complex outside Fuchsia City (site of the Safari Zone in the original games). Each Go Park can hold 50 Pokémon, meaning you can hold up to 1000 PoGo critters in Let's Go at any one time.
But it won't be as simple as an old-school migration. In a Q&A with Junichi Masuda, the director confirmed PoGo Pokémon will not "go straight into your collection" and will need to be caught within the complex.
Nintendo has announced a limited edition Pokémon-flavoured Nintendo Switch.
Some Switch games do not support cloud saves "to ensure fair play", Nintendo has said.
Nintendo has gained a bit of a reputation for its strict copyright policy. In the last few months alone, it filed several lawsuits against emulation sites, and is believed to have indirectly pressured ROM site EmuParadise into shutting down. Now, Nintendo has gone after a new target: 11-year old fan game creator, Pokémon Essentials.
The latest trailer for Pokémon Let's Go: Pikachu and Eevee has shown off more of the game's opening sections - including our first look at trading, more footage of battling, and the debut of water gym leader Misty.
You'll need to use motion controls to catch Pokémon in Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee, regardless of whether or not your Switch is docked, and they're compulsory throughout.
You need to buy a Nintendo Switch Online subscription to trade Pokémon or enter online battles in Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee.
An early version of Pokémon Gold and Silver, featuring dozens of Pokémon cut from the final release, has been found by fans and posted online.