Pokémon News Round-up (Feb. 27): Pokémon Shuffle, Pokémon distribution and more

Pokémon Shuffle

A new daily challenge for Pokémon Shuffle is now available: Flying Rotom. It can only be played once per day (just like the other daily challenges), and will be available every Friday for the next three weeks.

B-1SsaqXEAEQb_e.png largeIn Japan, two special eShop cards (1000 Yen) will be sold at 7-11 and Lawson stores accross Japan starting March 16th.

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Pokémon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire

Starting March 14th (and until April 12th), players in Japan can get a Shiny Rayquaza via a download code (or via the 7 Spot hotspots in 7-11 stores): all you need to do in order to get yours is bring your console and copy of Pokémon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire and show them to the store clerks.  The stores where you can get a code include: Pokémon Centers, Ion, Toys ‘R’ Us, 7/11, Ito-Yokado, Daiei, Fuji and Apita. The code has to be redeemrf before May 15th.

There is also a new Battle Competition, which starts today: the 2015 International Challenge. This time around, it’ll all be about Double Battles, and unsurprisingly, most legendary Pokémon can’t be used in this competition.

Pokémon Art Academy

In Japan, Pokémon Art Academy is getting a price drop: from March 7th to March 22nd, the game is available for 30% off on the Nintendo eShop: it’ll only cost 2 736 Yen instead of 3 909 Yen.

Source: Serebii


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