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Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon Explores Winter 2015 Release


Nintendo has announced another first-party title coming to its family of handhelds this year. Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon will follow in the footsteps of its predecessor (Pokémon Mystery Dungeon), which has sold over 13 million copies.

The title features a wide variety of Pokémon, as players explore randomly generated dungeons. You can read more about the series in our review of the original.

And if it’s more Mystery Dungeon you’re after right now, Atlus recently released Etrian Mystery Dungeon. We have a review of that, too.


Our Take
While we didn’t love the first Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game, there’s hope that lessons were learned. I suspect we’ll get a chance to see it at E3 to know for sure. – The Feed

Artist Gives Pokémon Kyogre, Tentacruel, Omastar, And Others Realistic Makeovers

The latest creation from realistic Pokémon artist RJ Palmer tackles the gigantic Kyogre, among other seafaring Pokémon.

Kyogre, the imposing whale creature you see above, appeared on the cover of Pokémon Sapphire and the recent remake, Alpha Sapphire, in its Mega Evolved form. The piece also includes realistic renditions of Tentacruel, Jellicent, Frillish, Sharpedo, and Omastar, who is the ultimate evolved form of Omanyte, who is born from the helix fossil. The helix fossil rose to prominence recently with the TwitchPlaysPokemon phenomenon.

For more impressive work from Palmer click the links to see Kyurem, Raikou, Abomasnow, and Mr. Mime, Gyarados and Rayquaza, Lugia and Tyrantrum, Giratina, Feraligatr, and Meganium. RJ Palmer has been creating these impressive realistic Pokémon for quite some time. You can see more of his collection on his blog, as well as his DeviantArt page. He's also collected most of his work into a coffee table book which you can buy here.

[Source:] – The Feed

Trailer Released For New Pokémon Hoopa Unbound

Yesterday, The Pokémon Company announced Hoopa and the Clash of Ages, and it has paired yesterday’s announcement with a look at Hoopa’s in-game variant. 

Though there are currently no details about when or how players can get their hands on Hoopa Unbound, curious parties can at least catch a glimpse of the new Pokémon in action via a new trailer, which you can see below.

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Dedicated trainers can check out Hoopa Unbound’s stats below:

  • Category: Djinn Pokémon
  • Type: Psychic/Dark
  • Height: 21’04” [6.5 m]
  • Weight: 1,080.3 lbs. [490.0 kg]
  • Ability: Magician

New information on how to obtain Hoopa Unbound is likely tied to the release of the upcoming film, which also does not have a release date at this time. – The Feed

Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions Concert Tour Announces 30 New Tour Dates

The Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions concert series is getting a fresh set of dates in North America and Australia.

Originally confined to a handful of dates in the United States, the tour is now expanding to include dates in Canada, Mexico, and Australia. The United States side of the tour will also be getting new tour dates, extending the concert series’ run into early February 2016. Following its final leg in North America, the tour is headed to Europe.

The Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions shows pair series music with visuals of memorable moments from the games, and feature content from each generation. Check out the trailer below to get a glimpse of what one of the concerts has to offer. 

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Fans looking for tickets to the shows can find them on the official Pokémon website, with sales opening on March 27 for those who use the promo code MELOETTA and March 28 for the general public. Check out the tour dates below:

  • Baltimore, MD 5/1/2015      Joseph Meyerhoff Hall
  • New York, NY 6/6/2015      Theater at Madison Square Garden
  • Cincinnati, OH 6/12/2015      Riverbend Music Center
  • Cleveland, OH 6/13/2015      Blossom Music Center
  • Buffalo, NY 6/14/2015      Shea’s Performing Arts Center
  • Milwaukee, WI 6/19/2015      Riverside Theater
  • Chicago, IL 6/20/2015      Chicago Theatre
  • San Diego, CA 7/9/2015      Copley Symphony Hall
  • Los Angeles, CA 7/11/2015      The Greek Theatre
  • San Jose, CA 7/12/2015      City National Civic
  • Vienna, VA 7/18/2015      Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts
  • Vancouver, BC 7/22/2015      The Orpheum
  • Houston, TX 7/25-26/2015  Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
  • Holmdel, NJ 8/20/2015      PNC Bank Arts Center
  • Boston, MA 8/22/2015      Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
  • Toronto, ON 8/28/2015      Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
  • Montreal, QC 8/30/2015      Place Des Arts
  • Detroit, MI 9/11/2015      Fox Theatre
  • Indianapolis, IN 9/12/2015      Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
  • Seattle, WA 9/15/2015      Benaroya Hall
  • Portland, OR 9/17/2015      Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
  • Mexico City, MX  10/23/2015  Auditorio Nacional
  • Monterrey, MX 10/25/2015  Monterrey Arena
  • Clearwater, FL 12/3/2015      Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • Orlando, FL 12/4/2015      Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
  • Pittsburgh, PA 1/24/2016      Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
  • Grand Rapids, MI 2/5/2016      DeVos Performance Hall – The Feed

Sega And Pokémon Devs Team Up To Create Tembo The Badass Elephant

Sega and Game Freak, best known for their Pokémon franchise, have teamed up to bring the side-scrolling action platformer Tembo The Badass Elephant, coming this summer for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It will be released as a digital download on each platform. The game has players racing through levels as a Rambo-styled elephant, creating as much rampage and destruction as possible. 

Shell City is being attacked by PHANTOM, a force led by a mysterious, masked commander. Tembo is called in by the National Army to help crush and stomp the enemy, whilst eating peanuts along the way. 

Just how badass is this elephant? Check out the humorous and cartoon-like game in the trailer below.

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Get A Free Latios Or Latias In Pokémon Omega Ruby Or Alpha Sapphire Today

Depending on what version of the recent Pokémon you played, either Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire, you got either a Latios or Latias during the storyline. Now's your chance to get the other one.

By booting up Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire today and going to Mystery Gift, Receive Gift, and then Get With Code and entering 2015LATIOSLATIAS (or POKEMON380381 if you’re in Europe) you will get a special ticket. You can pick up the ticket at any Pokémon Center, and then take it to your father, the gym leader in Petalburg Gym, and he will place you on a ferry to go to an island where you can battle and capture whichever Legendary Pokémon you don't already have.

If you're playing Omega Ruby, it will be Latias. If you're playing Alpha Sapphire, it will be Latios.

For our review of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, head here.

[Source: Serebii, Kotaku] – The Feed

Test Chamber – The Free-To-Play Pokémon Shuffle

The Pokémon Company has embraced the free-to-play model with Pokémon Shuffle on 3DS, and we decided to take a look and see if the match-three puzzler is unnecessarily restrictive.

Jeff Cork, our resident match-three expert and genre super-fan, and I played the game for a few minutes. The gameplay is basically the same as Pokémon Battle Trozei, but there is a limit to how many rounds you can play consecutively. Similar to Candy Crush, if you run out of attempts you can either wait for more, or you can purchase jewels with real money to keep playing. Unlike Candy Crush however, every attempt – success or failure – costs you one of your lives. Even if you're successfully battling and catching Pokémon, you will hit the same wall as someone who is playing poorly.

You can check out some of the gameplay (and see how much the jewels cost) in the video below.

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Check out more Test Chambers by clicking the banner below or by visiting our hub. – The Feed

Artist Gives Pokémon Kyurem, Raikou, Abomasnow, Mr. Mime And Others Realistic Makeovers

Realistic Pokémon artist RJ Palmer latest piece imagines Kyurem, Raikou, Piloswine, Abomasnow, Delibird, Sawsbuck, Mr. Mime, Chingling, and Froslass in the real world.

You can check out the new pieces from Palmer above and below, which features possibly the most terrifying take on Mr. Mime I've ever seen.

For more impressive work from Palmer click the links to see Gyarados and Rayquaza, Lugia and Tyrantrum, Giratina, Feraligatr, and Meganium. RJ Palmer has been creating these impressive realistic Pokémon for quite some time. You can see more of his collection on his blog, as well as his DeviantArt page. He's also collected most of his work into a coffee table book which you can buy here.

[Source:] – The Feed

[Updated] Get Serperior, Emboar, and Samurott Free For Pokémon Omega Ruby And Alpha Sapphire

Update: All the special codes needed for grabbing Serperior, Emboar, and Samurott are out in the wild for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

To add the three Unova region Pokémon to your team, go to the Mystery Gift option in the main menu and enter POKEMON500 for Emboar, POKEMON497 for Serperior, and POKEMON503 for Samurott. The codes will be good until November 30, 2015 so you have some time to take care of business.

For our review of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, follow the link.

Original story:

The Pokémon Company is giving you a chance to add three new, special Pokémon to your collection. All you need to do is collect three codes during the designated periods and input them into Alpha Sapphire or Omega Ruby.

First up is grass type Pokémon Serperior. Head over to now to get the code for this pocket monster. Once you have it, go to Mystery Gift in the main menu, and choose the option to use a code. Don’t worry that the code is too short, the game will auto-populate the remaining fields.

Next up is Emboar starting on January 29. Again, a code will be posted on Finally, you can get Samurott beginning on February 5. That code will appear in the February Trainer Club Newsletter.

All three of the codes for these fully evolved Pokémon Black and White starters are good through November 30, 2015. Don’t miss out on these, as they all come with their hidden abilities. For more, check out our review of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire – The Feed

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