Entries in 'pokemon' (43)
Since its launch in July, mobile smash hit Pokémon Go has set a number of world records.
Insert Coin plans to do more pop-up stores following the launch of its Pokémon-themed outlet over the weekend.
Until the end of August, games clothing brand Insert Coin is running a store dedicated to Pokémon in London.
In what is becoming a now weekly MCV story, UK sales of 3DS consoles and 3DS Pokémon games continue to rise as the Pokémon Go obsession continues.
Nintendo is putting together a triple-A software line-up, to ensure NX flies out of the gate next year.
Nintendo’s Pokemon Go Plus accessory won’t meet its July launch date, the company has confirmed.
Despite all of the hype surrounding Niantic’s latest mobile title, Pokémon was neither the most downloaded free game nor the highest-grossing iPhone release for the week ending July 17th.
Mobile analytics company App Annie says Pokémon Go is likely to rule the mobile charts ‘for months’.
That didn’t take long – the rumoured deal between filmmaker Legendary and The Pokemon Company has been confirmed, according to reports.
Sales of 3DS games and hardware have jumped by over 100 per cent as the Pokémon Go mobile phenomenon takes over the world.
The massive success of Pokémon Go has caused the sales of two older Pokémon games to rise by over 140 per cent.
Having been released in other regions, Pokémon Go has finally hit the App Store and Google Play in the UK.
Mobile hit Pokémon Go has had a very positive impact on Nintendo’s share price.
Pokemon has within the space of a week become one of the hottest properties on the planet.
The Pokémon Go Plus peripheral is not launching until the end of July, but it’s already sold out on most online retailers in the US.
Recently released free-to-play game Pokémon Go is going to make a lot of money, research firm App Annie claims.
The international rollout of Pokemon Go has been ‘paused’ while co-creator Niantic works on its server performance.
High Street retailer GAME has partnered up with The Pokémon Company for the franchise’s 20th birthday.
The blockbuster Pokémon series has sold over 279 million units globally since it debuted in Japan 20 years ago.
We already know that Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon are on the way in this, the 20th anniversary year of Pokemon. But another title has now also been confirmed.
It’s 1996 again – Pokémon Red, Green, Blue and Yellow took the No.1 spot in Japan last week according to data from Famitsu.
New Pokémon titles Sun and Moon will be localised into Chinese, The Pokemon Company has revealed.
This weekend, an event celebrating Pokémon’s 20th birthday will be hosted by none other than ET, Charlie’s Angels and Never Been Kissed star Drew Barrymore.
Viewers of this year’s Super Bowl will for the first time be greeted with a Pokemon ad.
2016 is the 20th Anniversary of Pokemon, don’t you know? And part of the celebration sees three Special Edition 2DS making their way to the UK.