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Oct 23 2020 Flag PM2019 42: ソード&シールドⅠ まどろみの森
Sword & Shield I: Slumbering Weald
Oct 30 2020 Flag PM2019 43: ソード&シールドⅡ ブラックナイト
Sword & Shield II: Black Night
Nov 06 2020 Flag PM2019 44: ソード&シールドⅢ ムゲンダイナ
Sword & Shield III: Mugendaina
Dec 25 2020 Flag Movie 23: ココ
Dec 08

New Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl Opening

Posted by Sunain | December 8th 2009 at 09:40 AM EST
Tags: Anime, CD, Diamond and Pearl
Comments: 5
After many variations, High Touch, the opening song for Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl will be replaced in 2010 with a new song entitled The Greatest・Everyday! (サイコー・エブリディ!!). High Touch was featured in over 50 episodes, debuting during the DP96/97 special in late 2008. The instrumental version of The Greatest・Everyday! [サイコー・エブリディ!!(インストバージョン)] has been announced on the upcoming Dotchi~Nyo? (ドッチ~ニョ?) CD. The CD will be released in Japan on December 16th, 2009.

The official Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl website has posted a news article about the new opening. The Greatest・Everyday! will air as part of the first new episode of 2010, DP 158 - Roaring Around! Jibacoil VS Metagross!! (爆走!ジバコイルVSメタグロス!!). The song is sung by Akiyoshi Fumie (あきよしふみえ) who is best known for singing the first Diamond and Pearl opening song, Together.

Source: http://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/contents/pokemon_dp/news/#045004

Article edited on 2010-01-14 02:25:42 by Sunain
Dec 06

Pokemon Sunday 268

Posted by Sunain | December 6th 2009 at 05:37 AM EST
Tags: Games, Pokémon Sunday, PokéPark
Comments: 0
Episode PictureThe latest episode of Pokémon Sunday, Takeshi! Save Nibi Gym! / Robert Experience Poképark Attractions / Professor Red Makes his Appearance in a Television Viewer Battle! (タケシ!ニビジムをすくえ! ロバートがポケパークのアトラクションを体験 視聴者バトルにレッド博士が登場!), aired today in Japan.

The anime rerun episode for this week was a special side story episode featuring Takeshi returning to Nibi Gym to face his mother who had taken over the gym.

In today's episode of Pokemon Sunday, Robert all dressed up as Pikachu to commemorate and act out parts of the newly released Nintendo Wii game PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Great Adventure (ポケパークWii ピカチュウの大冒険). The show covered some of the events that take place during the first to attraction stages of the game.

Hori, the voice actor of Perap (ペラップ) from Pokémon Ranger and the Prince of the Sea: Manaphy (ポケモンレンジャーと蒼海の王子 マナフィ) played the part of Hori Perap (ホリペラップ) during this show. In the game Perap instructs players during the tutorial and in the show Hori Perap instructed Robert how to do things.

The first task was assigned to Yamamoto Pikachu, which required him to bash into a box to obtain the object inside. Yamamoto ran as fast as he could into the box only to find that it was filled with flour which covered him completely.

The second task once again featured Yamamoto Pikachu and it featured on of the Trial of Strength (ちからくらべ) modes "Wild Goose" (おいかけっこ) which requires the Pokémon to chase and touch the other Pokémon, like a game of tag. Yamamoto Pikachu ran around the park chasing Hori Perap as fast as he could until he finally managed to tag him.

Robert's next task was to compete in the Fushigidane's Foot Race (フシギダネのふりふりダッシュ) attraction. They played the game previously on the Wii to get a feel for how the game worked. Once again Yamamoto Pikachu was up for the challenge as Baba and Akiyama watched. Other people were dressed up as Pokémon and as the race started Yamamoto Pikachu went down on all fours. He was trying to beat a target time of 10 seconds but on his first attempt he got 12.91 seconds. On his second attempt he was a lot faster and beat the target time with a time of 6.69 seconds.

Before players can attempt the Fushigibana's Rope Swinging (フシギバナのスイングロープ) attraction they encounter a Gureggru outside the gates. Similar to the game, Robert encounter a Gureggru that challenges them to a Trial of Strength Battle. Akiyama Pikachu was the first to challenge Gureggru who threw water balloons at him as they tried to get close to it by walking on a balance walkway. Akiyama was unable to defeat Gureggru and fell off the balance walkway. Baba Pikachu was next but he too was unable to defeat Gureggru. Finally it was up to Yamamoto Pikachu who managed to get close enough to use his Thunderbolt to defeat Gureggru.

During the Pokémon game arena, Professor Red battled a young television viewer and was defeated. For winning, the kid got to pick one of Professor Red's Pokémon to be traded. Professor Red's had to trade his Dialga for the kids Scyther.

Throughout the show, Robert tried to imitate Pikachu's moves on the loading screen, the blue screen with Pikachu, as best as they could with varying results of success. Each of them took turns attempting to do so.

Pictures and characters from this episode have been added to the episode guide. You can can also comment and discuss this episode. Also be sure to rate this and other episodes in the episode guide.

Article edited on 2010-01-14 02:26:10 by Sunain
Dec 04

PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Great Adventure

Posted by Sunain | December 4th 2009 at 10:19 AM EST
Tags: Games, PokéPark
Comments: 0
Thread ImagePokéPark Wii Pikachu's Great Adventure (ポケパークWii ピカチュウの大冒険) was released today in Japan for a suggested retail price of 4,800 yen. It was first revealed during the Kyoto gaming conference at the beginning of October 2009.

Story/Information: The game takes place in the Pokémon's playground, PokéPark. Pikachu is informed of a crisis at PokéPark by a mysterious Pokémon named Mew. Pikachu starts its journey and adventure that day. There are various areas such as a forest and sea in PokéPark where Pokémon can play. The game is an action adventure game where Pikachu confronts difficult tasks while making friends with other Pokémon.

There are 193 Pokémon in the game. Pokémon are unlockable through passwords and by defeating them in the Trial of Strength adventure mode. The game will feature the ability to save pictures from the game onto SD memory cards similar to previous Wii Pokémon games. This allows players to easily transfer pictures from the game with friends and to commemorate the gaming adventure. This feature can be unlocked once the player visits Misdreavus' Photo Shop.

For those that bought the game early, participating retail stores gave people a Pikachu Wiimote decal for free. The number of decals was limited and was limited to first come first serve.


Trial of Strength (ちからくらべ) This is the main gameplay mode as Pokémon come to the Poképark to participate in a variety of games where they can Battle and test their strength. Pokémon can be unlocked in the adventure mode increasing the number of Pokémon friends. These unlocked Pokémon can then be played in the various attractions
  • A Hide and Go Seek mode where Pikachu has to find the Pokémon.
  • Other party's physical strength is decreased when Pikachu uses Thunderbolt in "Battle".
  • A "Wild Goose" chase mode requires players to chase and touch Pokémon.
  • A quiz mode where players are asked various questions and they must answer them correctly.

  • Gyarados' Marine Slider (ギャラドスのマリンスライダー) : Pokémon race around a water course as fast as they can while going through flags to speed up. Playable Pokémon: Pikachu, Psyduck, Azurill, Slowpoke, Empoleon, Floatzel, Feraligatr, Golduck, Vaporeon, Prinplup, Bibarel, Buizel, Corsola, Piplup & Lotad.
  • Bursyamo's Punching Rock (バシャーモのパンチングロックス): Shake the Wii Remote in a timely fashion as large rocks come flying!
  • Emperte's Snow Slider (エンペルトのスノースライダー): Players race against the clock in a time attack challenge in the snow and ice! Playable Pokémon: Pikachu, Teddiursa, Magikarp, Empoleon, Glaceon, Blastoise, Glalie, Lapras, Delibird, Piloswine, Prinplup, Squirtle, Piplup, Quagsire & Spheal.
  • Yonoir's Running Crash (ヨノワールのクラッシュランニング): An obstacle course that requires skill to avoid all the hazards.
  • Trideps' Panel Crash (トリデプスのパネルクラッシュ): To hit the ball at the panel to score points! The ball speed keeps on getting faster and faster!
  • Absol's Hurdle Succession (アブソルのつぎつぎハードル): Jump the hurdles as fast as you can!
  • Dosaidon' Heat Up Fight (ドサイドンのおしだしヒートアップ): Pokémon battle in a ring arena and the objective is to knock the Pokémon outside of the ring to get points. The point multiplier increase the longer the player stays in the ring.
  • Bohmander's Super Sky Race (ボーマンダのスーパースカイレース): Players use flying Pokémon to hit as many targets as they can as they go by.
  • Fushigidane's Foot Race (フシギダネのふりふりダッシュ): Players race against 6 Pokémon as the players shake the Wii Remote as fast as they can to increase the running speed of the Pokémon. First Pokémon across the finish line is the winner. Playable Pokémon: Pikachu, Chimchar, Treecko, Bidoof, Turtwig, Bulbasaur, Oddish, Shroomish, Munchlax, Bonsly, Lotad, Weedle, Caterpie, Magikarp, Jolteon, Arcanine, Leafeon, Scyther, Ponyta, Shinx, Eevee, Pachirisu, Buneary & Croagunk
  • Fushigibana's Rope Swinging (フシギバナのスイングロープ): Pokémon hold onto a rope and swing around until it builds up enough speed and the player lets it go to see how far the Pokémon goes. Playable Pokémon: Pikachu, Magikarp, Munchlax, Blaziken, Infernape, Lucario, Primeape, Tangrowth, Ambipom, Croagunk, Mankey, Aipom, Chimchar, Treecko & Pachirisu
The first password was announced today on the official website. Passwords can be entered from the main menu present option.

Password Pokémon Attraction Code Obtained from: Day Announced Image
78872252 Surfing Pikachu Gyarados' Marine Slider PokéPark Official Website 2009-12-05

An Imageboard thread was created to showcase screenshots from the game. Players can also upload their own screenshots there for others to see. Click here to visit the thread.

Article edited on 2010-01-14 02:26:28 by Sunain
Dec 03

Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl 154

Posted by Sunain | December 3rd 2009 at 05:50 PM EST
Tags: Anime, Diamond and Pearl
Comments: 1
picThe latest episode of Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl 154 - Air Battle Master Appears! Glion VS Hassam!! (エアバトルマスター登場!グライオンVSハッサム!!), aired on Thursday in Japan.

Satoshi and friends are heading to Asatsuki Town for Hikari's next contest but they encounter the Air Battle Master and Satoshi challenges him to a battle with his Glion. Will Satoshi and Glion be victorious?!

Characters and Pictures from this episode have been added to the episode guide. You can also comment and discuss this episode. Also be sure to rate this and other episodes in the episode guide.

Article edited on 2010-01-14 02:27:02 by Sunain
Dec 02

5 New Pokemon Rumble Passwords

Posted by Sunain | December 2nd 2009 at 05:08 PM EST
Tags: Games, Rumble
Comments: 0
5 new passwords has been made available. Visit the "Unknown Recruiting" area, (the red building), and enter the code to unlock the Pokemon.
European Codes
Password Pokémon Attack Code Obtained from: Day Announced Image
6838-5121 Sky Forme Shaymin Seed Flare Pokémon Rumble Official Website 2009-11-30 pic
6921-0136 Brawny Bulbasaur Vine Whip Pokémon Rumble Official Website 2009-11-30 pic
5982-9039 Punchy Charmander Ember Pokémon Rumble Official Website 2009-11-30 pic
1250-2002 Hardy Squirtle Bubble Pokémon Rumble Official Website 2009-11-30 pic
North American Code
Password Pokémon Attack Code Obtained from: Day Announced Image
9900-2455 Piplup Bubble & Pound IGN 2009-11-30 pic
A separate page has been created to keep track of all the passwords for the Pokemon. It will be updated as new codes become available. Click here to visit the Password page.

Article edited on 2010-01-14 02:27:25 by Sunain
Dec 01

Japanese TCG Expansion - Revived Legends Announced

Posted by Sunain | December 1st 2009 at 08:17 AM EST
Comments: 3
The latest Japanese TCG expansion has been announced for release on February 11th, 2010. According to the Scyther card, it would appear that this expansion has 80 standard cards. Pokemon Card Game LEGEND Revived Legends (ポケモンカードゲームLEGEND 「よみがえる伝説」) will feature 2 two 60-card decks: Pokemon Card Game LEGEND Construction Standard Deck Haganeil Steel (ポケモンカードゲームLEGEND 構築スタンダードデッキ ハガネール鋼) and Pokemon Card Game LEGEND Construction Standard Deck Bangiras Darkness (ポケモンカードゲームLEGEND 構築スタンダードデッキ バンギラス悪). Both decks will retail for 1500yen including tax.

Thread Image Post Image

Pokemon Card Game Director Shinji Higuchi and Pokemon Card Illustrator Wataru Kawahara were recently interviewed by weekly.ascii.jp about working on the latest expansion. They talked about their experiences with the card game as well as the creative process used to make the latest cards. The interview features an exclusive concept art picture of a Scyther (ストライク) card the two collaborated on showing the initial concept drawing and the final computer generated image.

Sources: http://shop.surpara.com/search.php?RYMD=20091127 & http://weekly.ascii.jp/elem/000/000/014/14148/

Article edited on 2010-01-14 10:02:12 by Sunain

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