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New titles are revealed in various publications such as: TV guides, childrens' magazines, anime magazines, promotional posters and videos, official websites and official television programs. Titles and their translations are added to our episode guide and the chart below when the titles are revealed.
Date Title(s)
Mar 12 2021 Flag PM2019 59: 迷子のサルノリ!トレーナーは誰だ!?
The Lost Sarunori! Who is its Trainer?!
Mar 19 2021 Flag PM2019 60: めざせネギマスター!つらぬけ騎士道!!
Aim to Become Leek Master! Stay With Me, Chivalry!!
Mar 26 2021 Flag PM2019 61: おまかせ!プラスルマイナン便利屋さん!!
Leave It To Us! The Plusle and Minun Handymen!
Feb 18

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon nominated in four categories for the 2006 Nintendo Power Awards

Posted by Sunain | February 18th 2007 at 09:16 PM EST
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The Nintendo Power Awards, once called the Nester Awards (after the cartoon character featured in early issues of Nintendo Power), are the magazine's annual ceremony of recognition for the previous calendar year's games. The awards are nominated by the staff members, and the awards are voted on by the readers. As of 2006, there have been eighteen annual awards featured in what is usually the May issue of the following year.

The 2006 Nintendo Power Award nominations are in and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon has been nominated in four categories: Game of the Year (GBA), Best RPG/Strategy (all systems), Best Story/Writing (all systems), Game of the Year (all systems). You can cast your votes at Nintendo's Official site. The results should be in the May 2007 Issue of Nintendo Power.

Link: 2006 Nintendo Power Awards
Feb 14

Pocket Monsters Movie 10 Title announced

Posted by Sunain | February 14th 2007 at 02:03 PM EST
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The full title and third star of the 10th Pokemon movie have been revealed by CoroCoro and an announcement on the official movie Web site. The movie is now called Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl - Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai. Darkrai is an event-only Pokemon not normally available in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl. (Source: Bulbanews & CoroCoro)

We have added a CoroCoro scan category to #PocketMonsters new Imageboard. You can view high quality images of the CoroCoro scans by clicking here.
Feb 13

Pokemon 2007 Toy Line Revealed at the American International Toy Fair

Posted by Sunain | February 13th 2007 at 01:35 PM EST
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American International Toy Fair is the largest toy trade show in the Western Hemisphere, February 11-14 (Sunday - Wednesday). More than 1,500 manufacturers, distributors, importers and sales agents from 30 countries showcase their toy and entertainment products. From classic toys to interactive entertainment and everything in between, we have it all! Products include: action figures and dolls, games and puzzles, bicycles, tricycles and ride-ons, radio-controlled vehicles, infant and preschool toys, cars, trucks and trains, puppets and plush, audio and video cassettes, computer software and video games, playground and sporting equipment, Halloween, Christmas, books, stationery, party supplies, and much more!

Registration is open to the trade only; Toy Fair is not open to the public. Those eligible for admission as buyers include retailers, wholesalers, importers, and buying groups. All exhibit sites are located in the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center as well as local area showrooms in New York City.

One of the booths included the new line of Pokemon Toys. They vary from Figures, Board games, Marbles, Plushies and a lot more. You can view all the pictures on #PocketMonsters Imageboard. There is about a 100 images. You can view them here and read the full press release here.
Feb 12

#PocketMonsters Adds Imageboard

Posted by Sunain | February 12th 2007 at 09:09 PM EST
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An imageboard is an online bulletin board system that revolves around the posting of images. Imageboards are also different from online galleries in that most of the works posted are not made by the poster, but instead are taken from other online sources, galleries, other imageboards, and edited pictures.

#PocketMonsters Imageboard is based on the popular Futaba engine. There are many public Japanese Pokemon Imageboards, but there aren't any English public Imageboards. #PocketMonsters hope is that this imageboard will become one of the premier imageboards for pokemon related images.

Feel free to post any pokemon related images that you think people will find interesting. We have added a new icon to the menu to visit the imageboard. We have added pictures for the new 2007 Pokemon toy line. You can also click here to visit it.
Feb 09

Pokemon Diamond and Pearl combine for 5 million units sold in Japan

Posted by Sunain | February 9th 2007 at 04:56 PM EST
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DID YOU KNOW? POKEMON DIAMOND AND POKEMON PEARL BREAK SALES RECORDS IN JAPAN

After more than 10 years as one of the most popular entertainment franchises in the world, Pokemon® video games are once again shattering sales records. Just three months after launching on Sept. 28, Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl shipped a record-breaking 5 million units to retailers in Japan, making them the fastest selling Pokemon games ever. More than 155 million copies of the Pokemon series have been sold around the world through September 2006

With a number of exciting new features, including powerful moves and the exotic "Sinnoh" region setting, Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl offer new and experienced fans thrilling new Pokemon adventures. Fans can get an early start on their Pokemon collection in the games with the introduction of a new character in the series, the mysterious Manaphy. A Water-type Pokemon, Manaphy has the power to swap healing effects with other Pokemon through its "Heart Swap" move.

To harness the power of Manaphy and its "Heart Swap" move, players must first capture the Manaphy egg hidden within Pokemon Ranger by beating the story mode of the game and entering the exclusive "Manaphy Egg Code." Manaphy can then "hatch" in Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl via a unique transfer.

Announced on Jan. 20, the "Manaphy Egg Code" can be found on the Manaphy Web site at www.Manaphy.com. Savvy Pokemon fans should check in often for new information on this mysterious character, as well as fun downloads and game tips. In addition, fans can learn more about Manaphy through its film debut as the star of Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, to be released on DVD in the spring.

Pokemon Ranger is rated E for Everyone and is available at retail stores nationwide. Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl are rated E for Everyone and will debut in the United States on April 22.

Source: Nintendo Press
Feb 09

Pokemon Movie 9 North American Box Art Revealed

Posted by Sunain | February 9th 2007 at 04:50 PM EST
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Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea North American box art has been revealed. Japanese movie poster, not DVD art, is used. Pokemon Ranger and The Prince of the Sea - US Box Art

The North American DVD box art of the ninth Pokemon movie, Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, has been revealed. The art is the same as the Japanese theatrical poster, but the Japanese DVD release has a different cover.

The DVD, released by Viz Media, LLC, will be available in North America April 3, 2007 and has a MSRP of $19.98. It will be released in a 1.33:1 fullscreen format and feature English dub audio.

You can preorder the disk off Amazon for $13.99.
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