• Pokémon Cards Will No Longer Be Sold At Target Stores Following Controversy

    Pokémon: Gotta catch ’em all! Just not at Target Stores, apparently. Target, a major US retail store chain, announced it would no longer be stocking or selling Pokémon cards at its brick-and-mortar locations. Recently the popular trading card game has been seeing a renaissance of sorts, even making its way onto official post office stamps, […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Pokémon TCG Is Getting Its Own Set Of Commemorative Stamps

    As if headlining a virtual Post Malone to perform a cover of a Hootie & the Blowfish song in a special Pokémon-themed concert wasn’t enough to celebrate the franchise’s 25th anniversary, a new set of commemorative Pokémon stamps based on the trading card game are set to be released by The Japan Post Office. The stamp collection showcases art […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Two Years Later, Pokémon Fans Discover A Secret Feature In ‘Sword And Shield’

    Pokémon is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, and the series’ longevity is no mistake. Every game is chock-full of easter eggs and secrets that keep fans coming back for more. The latest mainline entry in the series, Pokémon Sword and Shield, is no exception. Despite being released over two years ago, players have just recently […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Review: Has ‘Wonder Boy’ Stumbled With ‘Asha In Monster World’ Remake?

    Good old 2012. I remember the year fondly. It was a simpler time. Nowadays we have to endure the horror of seeing the world collapsing and all of our previously trusted institutions along with it before our very eyes, but back then we could only speculate about the apocalypse through vague interpretations of an ancient […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Pokémon Fossil Tour Highlights Dinosaurs That Inspired The Series

    By now everyone knows the Pokémon series was largely inspired by the bug-collecting and battling days of creator Satoshi Tajiri’s childhood days. But it’s often forgotten what an outsized role prehistoric creatures played in the development of the series; after all, evolution itself serves as a primary aspect of Pokémon. With that in mind, the […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 9 Months ago
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  • ‘Simpsons’ Creator Matt Groening Remains Defiant: “I’m Proud Of Apu”

    In a world where the past is increasingly being either forgotten or re-written to suit modern tastes and sensibilities, many characters from America’s most sacred pop culture institutions have been either tweaked or outright cancelled at the whims of woke critics. Perhaps none more beloved than Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, the entrepreneurial Indian immigrant from the animated […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • Everything We Know About ‘Sonic: The Card Game’

    This year marks Sonic the Hedgehog’s 30th anniversary, and Sega is doing everything it can to celebrate the blue blur’s birthday properly. As if launching his own energy drink, releasing a live-action film, and developing a deluxe remastered version of Sonic Colors wasn’t enough – now we know Sonic is getting his own card game. […]
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 9 Months ago
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  • ‘Danganronpa’ Is Heading To Mobile Devices For Its Latest Release

    Everyone’s favorite twisted visual novel series is coming to iOS and Android devices! Danganronpa is currently in development for mobile devices as a port of the third installment in the series Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.  The release of this mobile port coincides with Danganronpa‘s 10th Anniversary. This continues a recent tradition as the first two […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • 22 Years In The Making: There’s A Reason For New Pokémon Snap’s Long Development Time

    Pokémon Snap remains one of the most charming games of the Nintendo 64 era. The quirky photography game was ahead of its time, long before Instagram and social media in general made casual photography an international hobby. And who could forget the game’s tie-in promotion with brick-and-mortar giants like Blockbuster that allowed you to print […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months ago
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  • World’s First Full-Fledged Godzilla Ride Coming Soon

    After decades of delighting (and terrifying) audiences around the world, Godzilla will finally be taking his thrills outside of the cinema and into an amusement park this year. The popular Kaiju will star in his first permanent ride which will launch at Seibuen Amusement Park in Japan. The ride will debut during the park’s grand […]
    • by Mark Adams
    • 10 Months ago
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