We recently learnt of the successful launch of the Pokémon Black and White games in the United States, and it seems they haven't been doing too badly in Europe either.

Since both Black and White versions of the latest Pokémon adventure were released into the European wilderness on 4th March, the games have sold over 1 million copies in just 10 days. This takes the total number of Pokémon titles that have been sold in Europe to 35 million units.

The news comes ahead of the Global Link website's launch later this month on 30th March. When the service goes live, gamers will be able to visit www.pokemon-gl.com and upload their game data to access specialised content. Gamers will also be able to gain access to the Dream World, and the Global Battle Union where players can take part in mini-games and competitive battling, respectively. Both modes will allow players to interact with each other online.

Want to know what we thought of the Pokémon Black and White games? Read our review here to find out.

[via officialnintendomagazine.co.uk, officialnintendomagazine.co.uk]