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It's been a while since my last blogpost on the Pokemon world, and a lot has happened in the past 9 days. Perhaps the most important piece of news is the Superbowl trailer. The trailer features subtle references to the 20th anniversary of Pokemon and is currently just over one minute long. Noticeably, the music cuts out at the end, perhaps implying the trailer isn't complete. The edit on the Superbowl, broadcast on February 7, will be 30 seconds long. View the current trailer here: The next big piece of news is... a new Pokemon game! But alas, it is not Pokemon Z, Pokemon AZ, a Kanto remake, an Orre third game, Pokemon Stadium 3, Pokemon Snap U, or any of the like. No, the new game is the Pikachu Detective Game! The official name for the game is Detective Pikachu: Birth of a New Duo. The game features a talking Pikachu; who can no longer use moves due to his ability to talk. He is assisted by a young boy named Tim, who you control as you attempt to solve various crimes and mysteries; such as "where did Aipom go?". It's very interesting, isn't it? Very cool. It's not like we really wanted Pokemon Snap U *cries*. The game is download only and will be available on February 3rd in Japan. View some of the game's footage here: Are you excited for Detective Pikachu? I'm guessing the answer is no, so instead leave a comment saying what Pokemon game you'd like to be released this year!
The Official Youtube Pokemon Channel have just announced the #Pokemon20 campaign earlier today. This announcement showed various things to be distributed starting in February. The first and possibly most important mention for everyone is the distribution of all mythical Pokemon, beginning in February. This includes Mew, Celebi, Jirachi and all event legendaries from Generations 4 and 5. Another thing to note is a New 3DS bundle containing a pre-installed Pokemon Red or Pokemon Blue from the virtual console, and a cover plate containing artwork of either Charizard or Blastoise. This deal is exclusive currently to the USA, but will most likely be released in Europe (Slightly annoyed that I bought a regular New 3DS only a few months ago). In addition, this video shows information on Pokken Tournament, Pokemon Go and the Pokemon TCG. Watch the full video below!