Today’s Pokémon news: latest Pokémon Sun and Moon news, but also…
- Pokémon The Movie
- Pokémon Duel
- Pokémon Trademark
- Pokémon Sun and Moon (anime series)
- Pokémon Center
- Pokémon Championships
Pokémon Sun and Moon
Today, there’s some good news for players trying to get the missing Mega Stones: two Serial Codes are now available, for the Mewtwonite X and the Mewtwonite Y. The code is: M2DESCENT. It can be used with any version of the game, though it’s not clear when it will expire. Still, better to grab it as soon as possible, just in case!
Also, the Beedrillite and Mawilite (the entry prize for the 2017 International Challenge February) will be distributed from March 7th. A Serial Code will then be distributed to all players sometime in April.
Next, we have proper details for the Shiny Tapu Koko we first learned about last week. It will be distributed via Serial Code from March 17th to April 9th, at the following stores: 7-Eleven, Pokémon Center, Yodobashi Camera, Aeon, Amazon, and Rakuten (the code itself has to be redeemed before May 31st).
Here’s details about the Shiny Tapu Koko
- Level: 60
- Hold item: Electric Seed
- Moves: Nature’s Madness, Discharge, Agility, and Electro Ball.
The list of distributions for Pokémon Sun and Moon has been updated!
Also, here’s the latest TV commercial for Pokémon Sun and Moon in Japan, featuring Ayako Imoto:
Finally, here’s pictures of Pikachu & Friends: Happy Beach Time merchandise:
Source: The Pokémon Company / Serebii / Famitsu
Pokémon The Movie
Here’s the first trailer for Pokémon The Movie: Pokémon, I Choose You, that will open on July 15th in Japan:
And here’s the short version of that trailer:
Yesterday, the latest update for Pokémon Duel was released: you can find all the details on the Pokémon Duel: Software updates page. This update also adds some new figures (available from Boosters):
- EX: Zekrom, Reshiram
- R: Flygon, WHimsicott
- UC: Gothita, Solosis
But that’s not all: the update also adds new Plates for Reshiram, Zekrom, Zygarde, and more. Finally, there’s a new Orange Time Booster, that you can get from League Matches until March 14th, that always hold either a Fairy or Dragon-type Pokémon
Yesterday, an event for Pokémon GO in Japan was announced: until March 17th, Snorlax will be much more common in the Kumamoto and Oita Prefectures.
Recently, a new trademark for Pokémon was registered by Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures Inc. in Japan: ポケダリング (lit. Pokédaring, or Pokédulling). Unfortunately, it’s not clear what this trademark is for.
Pokémon Sun and Moon (anime series)
Here’s the preview for the next episode of the Pokémon Sun and Moon anime series, airing on March 9th in Japan:
Here’s the latest promotional video for the Pokémon Center stores in Japan, with all the latest news (including the Pokémon eggs distribution):
Here’s some videos for the Pokémon European International Championships, that were held a few weeks ago in the United Kingdom: