Drink 'em all
Pikachu Bubble Mango Smoothie Bubble Tea - 756 yen There's nothing better than an ice cold drink on a hot day, that's why The Pokémon Company is releasing a special range of Pokémon bubble teas in Sweet Dynasty Bubble Tea Drink Bars across Japan this summer. There will be a total of six different teas to select from and prices...
An incoming video presentation from The Pokémon Company
The Pokémon Company has announced that it'll lift the lid on its upcoming mobile game Pokémon Masters in a video presentation this Thursday. The presentation is scheduled for 6am PT / 2pm BST / 10pm JST on 27th June and will be approximately 8 minutes long, so we should get plenty more...
An impressive financial year
Newly released details have revealed that The Pokémon Company generated $124 million in net profit during the last financial year. The news comes from the Japanese government's Official Gazette (thanks, KantanGames), with that figure including profits earned through Pokémon GO and Switch games Pokémon: Let's Go,...
Includes social and verse features
At last year's 2018 Pokémon video game press conference, The Pokémon Company announced Pokémon Quest for Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. The game was released on the Switch on the same day and eventually rolled out on mobile devices in June. Now, one year later, it's been revealed the Chinese version of...
Additional information coming soon
The last major announcement at the 2019 Pokémon press conference was Pokémon Masters for mobile devices. It's developed in partnership with DeNa and will allow you to battle alongside your favourite trainers from the video game series. Here's some information about the game from the press release: Pokémon...
Pokémon GO Plus + also revealed
The Pokémon Company has revealed a new app titled Pokémon Sleep is in development. It promises to provide a gameplay experience unlike any other, by tracking user's sleep patterns. Select Button – the team behind Magikarp Jump – is handling this one and it's due out in 2020. More details about this app will be...
No Pokémon gets left behind
Game Freak's Junichi Masuda took to the stage during the 2019 Press Conference to announce Pokémon HOME – a new cloud service compatible with the Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS and the existing Pokémon Bank service on the 3DS. It will arrive early next year and will allow trainers to transfer and trade pocket...
Gotta watch it all
Earlier this week, Nintendo announced a Pokémon Sword and Shield presentation would be taking place next week on 5th June. Alongside this announcement, The Pokémon Company revealed it would also host a press conference, covering a range of topics that will likely interest trainers far and wide. If you would like to watch the...
Pokémon press conference also announced!
Nintendo has announced it will be hosting a Pokémon Direct live stream next week on 5th June for the upcoming Switch release, Pokémon Sword and Shield. The presentation will run for a total of 15 minutes. Just like the last presentation, this one will begin at 2pm GMT, so that's 6am PT / 9am ET / 3pm CET...
Another day in Iwate Prefecture
Out of all of the Pokémon that could potentially become tourism mascots, you probably weren't expecting the floating rock-ground type Geodude to be the chosen one. Hiker would be proud. Japan's Iwate Prefecture recently teamed up with The Pokémon Company to make Geodude the official tourism ambassador for the area...
Beyond the border
It's hard to believe, but a 25-year-old art graduate by the name of Micah Yates somehow managed to make the already stunning artwork featured on Pokémon Trading Cards even better. The Kentucky-based Instagram artist, who also goes by the online alias Lunumbra, does this by removing the border on the card and painting over all the...
"We as a company are deeply moved by this day"
The reveal of Pokémon Sword and Shield for the Nintendo Switch also marks 23 years since the release of Red and Green on the Game Boy in Japan. One company that's been along for the ride since the very beginning is Game Freak. Without it, who knows if the pocket monster franchise would have lasted for...
Gotta employ 'em all
Video game companies are always working towards the future. Hiring more employees and developing new games is all part of day-to-day business operations. The Pokémon Company is obviously no different. With this in mind, the Washington-based subsidiary of the company has recently posted a job listing on LinkedIn for a principal...
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