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Pokémon Black & White – New Pokémon

February 22, 2011

As with all new generations of games, Black & White bring a plethora of Pokémon to the fold. These Pokémon make up for the biggest amount of new Pokémon in a generation. This page will detail the stats of these 156 Pokémon. Click the Pokémon to go to their Pokédex pageIsshu No. Pic Name Type Abilities Base Stats
HP Att Def S.Att S.Def Spd
#494
Victini
ビクティニ Victory Star 100 100 100 100 100 100
#495
Snivy
ツタージャ Overgrow
Perversity – PDW 45 45 55 45 55 63
#496
Servine
ジャノビー Overgrow
Perversity – PDW 60 60 75 60 75 83
#497
Serperior
ジャローダ Overgrow
Perversity – PDW 75 75 95 75 95 113
#498
Tepig
ポカブ Blaze
Thick Fat – PDW 65 63 45 45 45 45
#499
Pignite
チャオブー Blaze
Thick Fat – PDW 90 93 55 70 55 55
#500
Emboar
エンブオー Blaze
Reckless – PDW 110 123 65 100 65 65
#501
Oshawott
ミジュマル Torrent
Shell Armor – PDW 55 55 45 63 45 45
#502
Dewott
フタチマル Torrent
Shell Armor – PDW 75 75 60 83 60 60
#503
Samurott
ダイケンキ Torrent
Shell Armor – PDW 95 100 85 108 70 70
#504
Patrat
ミネズミ Run Away
Keen Eye
Analyse – PDW 45 55 39 35 39 42
#505
Watchog
ミルホッグ Illuminate
Keen Eye
Analyse – PDW 60 85 69 60 69 77
#506
Lillipup
ヨーテリー Vital Spirit
Pickup
Run Away – PDW 45 60 45 25 45 55
#507
Herdier
ハーデリア Intimidate
Sand Rush
Scrappy – PDW 65 80 65 35 65 60
#508
Stoutland
ムーランド Intimidate
Sand Rush
Scrappy – PDW 85 100 90 45 90 80
#509
Purrloin
チョロネコ Limber
Unburden
Mischievous Heart – PDW 41 50 37 50 37 66
#510
Liepard
レパルダス Limber
Unburden
Mischievous Heart – PDW 64 88 50 88 50 106
#511
Pansage
ヤナップ Gluttony
Overgrow – PDW 50 53 48 53 48 64
#512
Simisage
ヤナッキー Gluttony
Overgrow – PDW 75 98 63 98 63 101
#513
Pansear
バオップ Gluttony
Blaze – PDW 50 53 48 53 48 64
#514
Simisear
バオッキー Gluttony
Blaze – PDW 75 98 63 98 63 101
#515
Panpour
ヒヤップ Gluttony
Torrent – PDW 50 53 48 53 48 64
#516
Simipour
ヒヤッキー Gluttony
Torrent – PDW 75 98 63 98 63 101
#517
Munna
ムンナ Forewarn
Synchronize
Telepathy – PDW 76 25 45 67 55 24
#518
Musharna
ムシャーナ Forewarn
Synchronize
Telepathy – PDW 116 55 85 107 95 29
#519
Pidove
マメパト Big Pecks
Super Luck
Rivalry – PDW 50 55 50 36 30 43
#520
Tranquill
ハトーボー Big Pecks
Super Luck
Rivalry – PDW 62 77 62 50 42 65
#521
Unfezant
ケンホロウ Big Pecks
Super Luck
Rivalry – PDW 80 105 80 65 55 93
#522
Blitzle
シママ Lightningrod
Motor Drive
Sap Sipper – PDW 45 60 32 50 32 76
#523
Zebstrika
ゼブライカ Lightningrod
Motor Drive
Sap Sipper – PDW 75 100 63 80 63 116
#524
Roggenrola
ダンゴロ Sturdy
Sand Force – PDW 55 75 85 25 25 15
#525
Boldore
ガントル Sturdy
Sand Force – PDW 70 105 105 50 40 20
#526
Gigalith
ギガイアス Sturdy
Sand Force – PDW 85 135 130 60 70 25
#527
Woobat
コロモリ Unaware
Klutz
Simple – PDW 55 45 43 55 43 72
#528
Swoobat
ココロモリ Unaware
Klutz
Simple – PDW 67 57 55 77 55 114
#529
Drilbur
モグリュー Sand Rush
Sand Force
Mold Breaker – PDW 60 85 40 30 45 68
#530
Excadrill
ドリュウズ Sand Rush
Sand Force
Mold Breaker – PDW 110 135 60 50 65 88
#531
Audino
タブンネ Healer
Regenerator
Klutz – PDW 103 60 86 60 86 50
#532
Timburr
ドッコラー Guts
Sheer Force
Iron Fist – PDW 75 80 55 25 35 35
#533
Gurdurr
ドテッコツ Guts
Sheer Force
Iron Fist – PDW 85 105 85 40 50 40
#534
Conkeldurr
ローブシン Guts
Sheer Force
Iron Fist – PDW 105 140 95 55 65 45
#535
Tympole
オタマロ Swift Swim
Hydration
Water Absorb – PDW 50 50 40 50 40 64
#536
Palpitoad
ガマガル Swift Swim
Hydration
Water Absorb – PDW 75 65 55 65 55 69
#537
Seismitoad
ガマゲロゲ Swift Swim
Poison Hand
Water Absorb – PDW 105 85 75 85 75 74
#538
Throh
ナゲキ Guts
Inner Focus
Mold Breaker – PDW 120 100 85 30 85 45
#539
Sawk
ダゲキ Sturdy
Inner Focus
Mold Breaker – PDW 75 125 75 30 75 85
#540
Sewaddle
クルミル Swarm
Chlorophyll
Overcoat – PDW 45 53 70 40 60 42
#541
Swadloon
クルマユ Leaf Guard
Chlorophyll
Overcoat – PDW 55 63 90 50 80 42
#542
Leavanny
ハハコモリ Swarm
Chlorophyll
Overcoat – PDW 75 103 80 70 70 92
#543
Venipede
フシデ Poison Point
Swarm
Quick Feet – PDW 30 45 59 30 39 57
#544
Whirlipede
ホイーガ Poison Point
Swarm
Quick Feet – PDW 40 55 99 40 79 47
#545
Scolipede
ペンドラー Poison Point
Swarm
Quick Feet – PDW 60 90 89 55 69 112
#546
Cottonee
モンメン Mischievous Heart
Slip Through
Chlorophyll – PDW 40 27 60 37 50 66
#547
Whimsicott
エルフーン Mischievous Heart
Slip Through
Chlorophyll – PDW 60 67 85 77 75 116
#548
Petilil
チュリネ Chlorophyll
Own Tempo
Leaf Guard – PDW 45 35 50 70 50 30
#549
Lilligant
ドレディア Chlorophyll
Own Tempo
Leaf Guard – PDW 70 60 75 110 75 90
#550
Red-Striped Form
Blue-Striped Form
Basculin
バスラオ Reckless
Adaptability
Rock Head (In-Game Trade – White)
Dream World
Mold Breaker 70 92 65 80 55 98
#551
Sandile
メグロコ Intimidate
Moxie
Anger Point – PDW 50 72 35 35 35 65
#552
Krokorok
ワルビル Intimidate
Moxie
Anger Point – PDW 60 82 45 45 45 74
#553
Krookodile
ワルビアル Intimidate
Moxie
Anger Point – PDW 95 117 70 65 70 92
#554
Darumaka
ダルマッカ Hustle
Inner Focus – PDW 70 90 45 15 45 50
#555
Normal
Zen Mode
Darmanitan
ヒヒダルマ Normal

Zen Mode
Sheer Force
Dream World
Zen Mode 105
105 140
30 55
105 30
140 55
105 95
55
#556
Maractus
マラカッチ Water Absorb
Chlorophyll
Storm Drain – PDW 75 86 67 106 67 60
#557
Dwebble
イシズマイ Sturdy
Shell Armor
Breakable Armour – PDW 50 65 85 35 35 55
#558
Crustle
イワパレス Sturdy
Shell Armor
Breakable Armour – PDW 70 95 125 65 75 45
#559
Scraggy
ズルッグ Shed Skin
Moxie
Intimidate – PDW 50 75 70 35 70 48
#560
Scrafty
ズルズキン Shed Skin
Moxie
Intimidate – PDW 65 90 115 45 115 58
#561
Sigilyph
シンボラー Miracle Skin
Magic Guard
Tinted Lens – PDW 72 58 80 103 80 97
#562
Yamask
デスマス Mummy 38 30 85 55 65 30
#563
Cofagrigus
デスカーン Mummy 58 50 145 95 105 30
#564
Tirtouga
プロトーガ Solid Rock
Sturdy
Swift Swim – PDW 54 78 103 53 45 22
#565
Carracosta
アバゴーラ Solid Rock
Sturdy
Swift Swim – PDW 74 108 133 83 65 32
#566
Archen
アーケン Faint Hearted 55 112 45 74 45 70
#567
Archeops
アーケオス Faint Hearted 75 140 65 112 65 110
#568
Trubbish
ヤブクロン Stench
Sticky Hold
Aftermath – PDW 50 50 62 40 62 65
#569
Garbodor
ダストダス Stench
Breakable Armour
Aftermath – PDW 80 95 82 60 82 75
#570
Zorua
ゾロア Illusion 40 65 40 80 40 65
#571
Zoroark
ゾロアーク Illusion 60 105 60 120 60 105
#572
Minccino
チラーミィ Cute Charm
Technician
Skill Link – PDW 55 50 40 40 40 75
#573
Cinccino
チラチーノ Cute Charm
Technician
Skill Link – PDW 75 95 60 65 60 115
#574
Gothita
ゴチム Frisk
Shadow Tag – PDW 45 30 50 55 65 45
#575
Gothorita
ゴチミル Frisk
Shadow Tag – PDW 60 45 70 75 85 55
#576
Gothitelle
ゴチルゼル Frisk
Shadow Tag – PDW 70 55 95 95 110 65
#577
Solosis
ユニラン Overcoat
Magic Guard
Regenerator – PDW 45 30 40 105 50 20
#578
Duosion
ダブラン Overcoat
Magic Guard
Regenerator – PDW 65 40 50 125 60 30
#579
Reuniclus
ランクルス Overcoat
Magic Guard
Regenerator – PDW 110 65 75 125 85 30
#580
Ducklett
コアルヒー Keen Eye
Big Pecks
Hydration – PDW 62 44 50 44 50 55
#581
Swanna
スワンナ Keen Eye
Big Pecks
Hydration – PDW 75 87 63 87 63 98
#582
Vanillite
バニプッチ Ice Body
Breakable Armour – PDW 36 50 50 65 60 44
#583
Vanillish
バニリッチ Ice Body
Breakable Armour – PDW 51 65 65 80 75 59
#584
Vanilluxe
バイバニラ Ice Body
Breakable Armour – PDW 71 95 85 110 95 79
#585
Deerling
シキジカ Chlorophyll
Sap Sipper
Serene Grace – PDW 60 60 50 40 50 75
#586
Sawsbuck
メブキジカ Chlorophyll
Sap Sipper
Serene Grace – PDW 80 100 70 60 70 95
#587
Emolga
エモンガ Static
Motor Drive – PDW 55 75 60 75 60 103
#588
Karrablast
カブルモ Swarm
Shed Skin
No Guard – PDW 50 75 45 40 45 60
#589
Escavalier
シュバルゴ Swarm
Shell Armor
Overcoat – PDW 70 135 105 60 105 20
#590
Foongus
タマゲタケ Effect Spore
Regenerator – PDW 69 55 45 55 55 15
#591
Amoonguss
モロバレル Effect Spore
Regenerator – PDW 114 85 70 85 80 30
#592
Frillish
プルリル Water Absorb
Cursed Body 55 40 50 65 85 40
#593
Jellicent
ブルンゲル Water Absorb
Cursed Body 100 60 70 85 105 60
#594
Alomomola
ママンボウ Healer
Hydration
Regenerator – PDW 165 75 80 40 45 65
#595
Joltik
バチュル Compoundeyes
Unnerve
Swarm – PDW 50 47 50 57 50 65
#596
Galvantula
デンチュラ Compoundeyes
Unnerve
Swarm – PDW 70 77 60 97 60 108
#597
Ferroseed
テッシード Steel Thorns 44 50 91 24 86 10
#598
Ferrothorn
ナットレイ Steel Thorns 74 94 131 54 116 20
#599
Klink
ギアル Plus
Minus
Clear Body – PDW 40 55 70 45 60 30
#600
Klang
ギギアル Plus
Minus
Clear Body – PDW 60 80 95 70 85 50
#601
Klinklang
ギギギアル Plus
Minus
Clear Body – PDW 60 100 115 70 85 90
#602
Tynamo
シビシラス Levitate 35 55 40 45 40 60
#603
Eelektrik
シビビール Levitate 65 85 70 75 70 40
#604
Eelektross
シビルドン Levitate 85 115 80 105 80 50
#605
Elgyem
リグレー Telepathy
Synchronize
Analyse – PDW 55 55 55 85 55 30
#606
Beheeyem
オーベム Telepathy
Synchronize
Analyse – PDW 75 75 75 125 95 40
#607
Litwick
ヒトモシ Flash Fire
Flame Body
Shadow Tag – PDW 50 30 55 65 55 20
#608
Lampent
ランプラー Flash Fire
Flame Body
Shadow Tag – PDW 60 40 60 95 60 55
#609
Chandelure
シャンデラ Flash Fire
Flame Body
Shadow Tag – PDW 60 55 90 145 90 80
#610
Axew
キバゴ Rivalry
Mold Breaker
Unnerve – PDW 46 87 60 30 40 57
#611
Fraxure
オノンド Rivalry
Mold Breaker
Unnerve – PDW 66 117 70 40 50 67
#612
Haxorus
オノノクス Rivalry
Mold Breaker
Unnerve – PDW 76 147 90 60 70 97
#613
Cubchoo
クマシュン Snow Cloak
Self-Conscious – PDW 55 70 40 60 40 40
#614
Beartic
ツンベアー Snow Cloak
Swift Swim – PDW 95 110 80 70 80 50
#615
Cryogonal
フリージオ Levitate 70 50 30 95 135 105
#616
Shelmet
チョボマキ Hydration
Shell Armor
Overcoat – PDW 50 40 85 40 65 25
#617
Accelgor
アギルダー Hydration
Sticky Hold
Unburden – PDW 80 70 40 100 60 145
#618
Stunfisk
マッギョ Static
Limber
Sand Veil – PDW 109 66 84 81 99 32
#619
Mienfoo
コジョフー Inner Focus
Regenerator
Reckless – PDW 45 85 50 55 50 65
#620
Mienshao
コジョンド Inner Focus
Regenerator
Reckless – PDW 65 125 60 95 60 105
#621
Druddigon
クリムガン Rough Skin
Sheer Force
Mold Breaker – PDW 77 120 90 60 90 48
#622
Golett
ゴビット Iron Fist
Klutz
No Guard – PDW 59 74 50 35 50 35
#623
Golurk
ゴルーグ Iron Fist
Klutz
No Guard – PDW 89 124 80 55 80 55
#624
Pawniard
コマタナ Competitive Spirit
Inner Focus
Pressure – PDW 45 85 70 40 40 60
#625
Bisharp
キリキザン Competitive Spirit
Inner Focus
Pressure – PDW 65 125 100 60 70 70
#626
Bouffalant
バッフロン Reckless
Sap Sipper
Soundproof – PDW 95 110 95 40 95 55
#627
Rufflet
ワシボン Keen Eye
Sheer Force
Hustle – PDW 70 83 50 37 50 60
#628
Braviary
ウォーグル Keen Eye
Sheer Force
Competitive Spirit – PDW 100 123 75 57 75 80
#629
Vullaby
バルチャイ Big Pecks
Overcoat
Breakable Armour – PDW 70 55 75 45 65 60
#630
Mandibuzz
バルジーナ Big Pecks
Overcoat
Breakable Armour – PDW 110 65 105 55 95 80
#631
Heatmor
クイタラン Gluttony
Flash Fire
White Smoke – PDW 85 97 66 105 66 65
#632
Durant
アイアント Swarm
Hustle
Truant – PDW 58 109 112 48 48 109
#633
Deino
モノズ Hustle 52 65 50 45 50 38
#634
Zweilous
ジヘッド Hustle 72 85 70 65 70 58
#635
Hydreigon
サザンドラ Levitate 92 105 90 125 90 98
#636
Larvesta
メラルバ Flame Body
Swarm – PDW 55 85 55 50 55 60
#637
Volcarona
ウルガモス Flame Body
Swarm – PDW 85 60 65 135 105 100
#638
Cobalion
コバルオン Heart of Justice 91 90 129 90 72 108
#639
Terrakion
テラキオン Heart of Justice 91 129 90 72 90 108
#640
Virizion
ビリジオン Heart of Justice 91 90 72 90 129 108
#641
Tornadus
トルネロス Mischievous Heart
Competitive Spirit – PDW 79 115 70 125 80 111
#642
Thundurus
ボルトロス Mischievous Heart
Competitive Spirit – PDW 79 115 70 125 80 111
#643
Reshiram
レシラム Turboblaze 100 120 100 150 120 90
#644
Zekrom
ゼクロム Teravolt 100 150 120 120 100 90
#645
Landorus
ランドロス Sand Force
Sheer Force – PDW 89 125 90 115 80 101
#646
Kyurem
キュレム Pressure 125 130 90 130 90 95
#647
Keldeo
ケルディオ Heart of Justice 91 72 90 129 90 108
#648
Aria Forme
Pirouette Forme
Meloetta
メロエッタ Aria Forme

Pirouette Forme
Serene Grace 100
100 77
128 77
90 128
77 128
77 90
128
#649
Genesect
ゲノセクト Download 71 120 95 120 95 99

Pokémon Black
ポケットモンスターブラック
Pokémon White
ポケットモンスターホワイト

Nintendo DS

Information
Pokédex
The Unova Region – Database
Pre-Release Pictures
New Pokémon Page
The Unova Pokédex
The New Battle System
-Triple Battles
-Rotation Battles
-Wonder Launcher
Version Differences – Pokémon
Version Differences – Areas
-Black City
-White Forest
Version Differences – Battles
Legendary Pokémon
Interactable Pokémon
Gift Pokémon
In-Game Trades
-Trade Battles
New Evolution Methods
Swarm Pokémon
Unobtainable Pokémon
Wild Encounter Changes
New Capture Mechanics
New Breeding Mechanics
Alternate Forms
New Attacks
-Combination Attacks
Updated Attacks
Items
-New Items
-Wild Hold Items
TMs & HMs
Move Tutors
New Abilities
Updated Abilities
-Pick Up
Season Cycle
Gym Leaders
Elite Four
The Strongest Trainers
Useful Characters
Item Collectors
Rivals: Cheren
Rivals: Bianca
Team Plasma & N
Daily & Weekly Events
Pokémon Global Link
-Tutorial
-Dream World
–Dream Isle Areas
–Event Exclusive Pokémon
–Exclusive Moves
–Exclusive Abilities
–Exclusive Hold Items
–Mini-Games
–Furniture
-Global Battle Union
-Global Link Downloads
The C Gear
The Passing Survey
The PokéShifter
The Transfer Machine
-Zorua & Celebi
-Zoroark & The Beasts
-Lock Capsule
Mystery Gift
Entralink
-Missions
-Special Powers
The Undersea Ruins
Battle Subway
-Multi Battle Partner
-Trainer Catalogue
Battle Testing Facility
Royal Unova
Nimbasa City Sport Domes
Unity Tower
Pokémon Musical
New Wi-Fi Features
Storage Box
Trade Gifts
Fan Club Gifts
Ribbons
Gender Differences
Trainer Card
Important Characters
Wi-Fi Events
Trainer’s Card
Pre-Release New Pokémon Page

Japan: September 18th 2010
US: March 6th 2011
Europe: March 4th 2011

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February 22, 2011

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Pokémon – Wikipedia

February 22, 2011

Pokémon is een mediafranchise van het internationale bedrijf Nintendo en werd rond 1995 gecreëerd door Satoshi Tajiri. Oorspronkelijk werd het uitgebracht als een duo Game Boy role playing games die met elkaar verbonden konden worden. Pokémon is sindsdien uitgegroeid tot de op een na succesvolste game-franchise ter wereld, na Super Mario.[1]

Het spel is sinds 1999 verkrijgbaar in de Benelux, en is nog steeds zeer populair onder vele lagen van de jeugd.

Sinds het ontstaan van de spelserie zijn er ook mangastrips verschenen, een geanimeerde televisiereeks en een ruilkaartenspel. Ook het Pokémon-winkelcentrum in New York, het zgn. Pokémon Center, en het Pokémon Park in Japan zijn een feit. Ook zijn er verschillende accessoires afgeleid van de televisiereeks, gaande van knuffels tot kledij. Pokémon was in Nederland voor het eerst te zien op Fox Kids. Sinds 1 mei 2008 is Pokémon Seizoen 10: Diamond & Pearl op Jetix te zien. Vanaf 1 januari 2010 was er geen Pokémon meer op de Nederlandse televisie, het vroegere Jetix is overgenomen door het Amerikaanse digitale kabeltelevisiekanaal Disney XD. Pokémon wordt sinds rond 25 januari door Disney XD uitgezonden, dat normaal alleen maar Disney-programma’s uitzendt.

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Pokemon Paradijs – Alle info over Pokémon vind je hier

February 22, 2011

Pokemon Paradijs – Alles over de tekenfilm Pokémon, ruilkaarten en computerspellen is hier te vinden. Samenvattingen van de afleveringen, een Pokedex

 

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The Official Pokémon Website | Pokemon.com

February 22, 2011

Nintendo‘s official Pokémon site. Latest news, Pokédex, games, downloads and competitions.

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Download All Pokemon Roms Games – All Download Links Included

February 21, 2011
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Pokémon (ポケモン Pokemon?English pronunciation: /ˈpoʊkeɪmɒn/POH-kay-mon[1]) is a media franchise published and owned by the video game company Nintendo and created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1996. Originally released as a pair of interlinkable Game Boyrole-playing video games, Pokémon has since become the second most successful and lucrative video game-based media franchise in the world, behind only Nintendo’s own Mario series.[2] Pokémon properties have since been merchandised into animemanga,trading cards, toys, books, and other media. The franchise celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2006,[3] and as of 28 May 2010, cumulative sales of the video games (including home console versions, such as the “Pikachu” Nintendo 64) have reached more than 200 million copies.[4]

The name Pokémon is the romanized contraction of the Japanese brand Pocket Monsters (ポケットモンスター Poketto Monsutā?),[5]as such contractions are quite common in Japan. The term “Pokémon”, in addition to referring to the Pokémon franchise itself, also collectively refers to the 649 fictional species that have made appearances in Pokémon media as of the release of the Pokémon role-playing game (RPG) for the Nintendo DSPokémon Black and White. Like the words deer and sheep, the word “Pokémon” is identical in both the singular and plural, as is each individual species name; in short, it is grammatically correct to say both “one Pokémon” and “many Pokémon” as well as “one Pikachu” and “many Pikachu”. In November 2005, 4Kids Entertainment, which had managed the non-game related licensing of Pokémon, announced that it had agreed not to renew the Pokémon representation agreement. Pokémon USA Inc. (now The Pokémon Company International), a subsidiary of Japan’s Pokémon Co., now oversees all Pokémon licensing outside of Asia.[6]

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February 21, 2011

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Pokémon Black Version and White Version (ポケットモンスターブラック・ホワイト, Poketto Monsutā Burakku & Howaito, “Pocket Monsters: Black & White”) comprise the upcoming fifth generation of the core Pokémon series of RPGs. The games are set to be released on September 18, 2010, in Japan. As of September 2010, there have been a total of 30 new Pokémon officially announced, two of which debuted in the thirteenth Pokémon film in Japanese theaters on July 10, 2010. The games will be released outside Japan in the second quarter of 2011. As of August 2010, Black and White are the fastest DS games to reach one million consumer pre-orders in Japan.

On January 29, 2010, the Pokémon Company announced that a new game was in development for the NintendoDS to be released later that year. Director Junichi Masuda stated that several aspects of the series were being revamped for the new generation. On April 9, 2010, the Japanese website updated with the titles of the versions asPokémon Black and White, and announced a Q3 2010 release date. The games will feature an improved visual style from other Pokémon games, with an increased use of 3D computer graphics than any other of the handheld series. It also has a special feature that allows the user to upload their saved game to the Internet, allowing them to do certain things on an official website.[11][12] Another new feature in the game is the implementation of different seasons tied in with the games’ internal clock.

On August 3, 2010, Masuda announced on his blog that the Black and White game versions will initially only contain brand new Pokémon to evoke a feeling of it being a brand new game, like when the original Pokémongames were first released. In all of the games following the first generation, there were a series of new Pokémon introduced interspersed with Pokémon from the previous generations. For example, Pikachu was introduced inRed and Green, and was obtainable in BlueYellow, and all subsequent main series games; however, Pikachu will not be obtainable in Black and White from the start of the game.

A silhouette of a new Pokémon was shown by Junichi Masuda on the February 7, 2010 episode of Pokémon Sunday, stated to be in the upcoming film for the summer and to be identified in a future episode on February 21. This new character would also be featured in the March 2010 issue of CoroCoro Comic available on February 15, and is the start of the fifth generation of the Pokémon franchise. Since then, the character has been named “Zoroark” (ゾロアーク, Zoroāku), and it evolves from a character named “Zorua” (ゾロア, Zoroa). Both are to be featured in the upcoming film Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl The Movie: Phantom Ruler: Zoroark. For pre-order ticket holders, an alternate-colored Raikou, Entei, or Suicune was available for transfer to their DiamondPearlPlatinum,HeartGold, or SoulSilver games. At the theater, players would be able to download a Celebi to the same games. Both of these Pokémon would activate special events in Black and White involving Zoroark and Zorua, respectively.

On April 18, 2010, the episode of Pokémon Sunday showed game footage of a player character walking around in a 3-D environment and a single screenshot depicting a battle between the player’s Zoroark and an enemy Zorua. Host Shoko Nakagawa made note of how the player’s Zoroark’s sprite was a full body sprite as viewed from behind, when in the past all such sprites only showed a smaller portion of the player’s Pokémon’s body. On May 9, 2010, the episode of Pokémon Sunday revealed silhouettes of the three Pokémon available to choose from at the beginning of the games, which were later revealed to be the Grass Snake Pokémon Tsutarja (ツタージャ, Tsutāja), the Fire Pig Pokémon Pokabu (ポカブ), and the Sea Otter Pokémon Mijumaru (ミジュマル). Other information revealed is that the game takes place in the Isshu Region (イッシュ地方, Isshu-chihō) which includes the Hiun City (ヒウンシティ,Hiun Shiti) metropolis. On May 16, 2010, the episode of Pokémon Sunday showed game battle footage, illustrating the new in-battle animations and dynamic camera positioning; also described were Zoroark’s Illusion (イリュージョン,Iryūjon) ability and the special Zoroark acquired by the movie ticket pre-order gift Pokémon.

On May 28, 2010, both the official Japanese and English Pokémon websites revealed names and designs of the two major Legendary Pokémon of these games, who also serve as the game version mascots: the White Yang Pokémon Reshiram (レシラム, Reshiramu) for Pokémon Black and the Black Yin Pokémon Zekrom (ゼクロム,Zekuromu) for Pokémon White. The July 2010 issue of CoroCoro Comic revealed the C Gear (Cギア, Shī Gia?) wireless interactivity features, the ability to upload game data to the internet and the player’s computer, several brand new Pokémon, new Pokémon moves, Reshiram and Zekrom’s Pokémon types, details on the Celebi/Zorua event, and a new character: Professor Araragi (アララギ博士, Araragi Hakase), the first female Pokémon professor to appear in the video games. The June 27, 2010, episode of Pokémon Sunday, made the announcement of the release date as September 18, 2010, and a yet-to-be named character. The June 28, 2010, episode of Oha Suta, showed a trailer, which included its release date, new gameplay footage, several new characters, more new Pokémon, and a three-on-three battle system. The August 2010 issue of CoroCoro Comic elaborated upon many new game mechanics: the three-on-three system, the online Global Link system, an online Dream World that can allow for access to other Pokémon, access to an area that uses the Wi-Fi called the High-Link (similar to the Underground), a special feature called Live Caster for video chat on the Nintendo DSi and Nintendo 3DS, kanji support, aesthetic differences between the two versions of the game, areas exclusive to the game versions, new characters, new moves, new abilities, and new Pokémon.

The July 25, 2010, episode of Pokémon Sunday introduced the new phantom Pokémon Victini (ビクティニ, Bikutini), which initially appeared in a trailer for the 2011 Pokémon film that was shown with screenings of Phantom Ruler: Zoroark. It is noted to be Pokémon No. 000 in Isshu’s regional Pokédex, and is only accessible by downloading a special item from Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, DS Stations, and Nintendo Zones (such as those found in Japanese McDonald’s restaurants) to a game save. This will initially be available for a month following the games’ release date.

In August 2010, one month before the games’ release in Japan, Pokémon Black and White gained a total of 1.08 million pre-orders, becoming the fastest game on the Nintendo DS to break the one million mark. Japanese magazine Famitsu Weekly awarded the game a perfect 40 out of 40 score, becoming the 15th game to receive such as distinction, as well as obtaining the highest score ever given to a Pokémon video game by the publication.

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Developer(s) Game Freak
Publisher(s) Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
Distributor(s) Nintendo
Director(s) Junichi Masuda
Series Pokémon
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Release date(s)
  • JP September 18, 2010
  • NA Spring 2011
  • EU Spring 2011
Genre(s) Role-playing video game
Rating(s)
  • CERO: A

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February 21, 2011

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Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs (ポケモンレンジャー 光の軌跡, Pokemon Renjā Hikari no KisekiPokémon Ranger: Tracks of Light) is an action role-playing game video game for the Nintendo DS. It is the sequel of Pokémon Ranger and Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. It was released in Japan on March 6, 2010 and a US release on October 4, 2010. The European release date has been verified as November 5, 2010.

Gameplay revolves around capturing Pokémon with the Capture Styler, which now lets you call out your Pokémon for support and use “Ranger Signs” to call Pokémon to help in captures. Other features include four player cooperative play with unique missions. The game also includes Wi-Fi mission downloads, one of which gives you access to Deoxys, which can be moved to the DS’s other Pokémon games. According to the Pokémon website, you can also encounter Entei, Raikou, and Suicune.

The game takes place on the fictional island region of Oblivia. The story starts off with a Pichu with a ukelele,[5] who is known through the game as the Ukelele Pichu. This Pichu is like the starter Pokémon of this game. It will join the player as their Partner Pokémon, after they fix its broken ukelele. The player is able to summon Legendary Pokémon like Raikou (after encounter in Radio Tower), Entei (after encounter) and Suicune (after encounter in Canal Ruins) by drawing their ‘Ranger Signs’ on the touch screen. The new enemy, the Pokémon Pinchers, are poaching and selling Pokémon, according to the Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs Part 1 short. The player’s job is to stop the Pokémon Pinchers and restore peace in Oblivia. A few times after the player meet the legendary TimeTravel Pokémon, Celebi, at the forest shrine, and when they meet it, Celebi will come to take them back to the past. After it takes the player back at the Haunted Mansion, it will return to its Shrine, and then the mission to catch it will be unlocked. To get one of the Eon Pokémon, Latios (if Ben, the male character, is chosen) or Latias (If Summer, the female character, is chosen), the player must activate all the shrines on the islands and the last one in the East Sea to gain their trust. Then they return to the small island that they started on, and the Eon should appear. Once the player captures it, they will get its Ranger Sign. The Eon Pokémon can fly faster than a Staraptor, and in battle, if its head is tapped, it can call its Counterpart, Latias (if Ben is chosen), or Latios (if Summer is chosen) to create a Whirlwind that centers all the Pokémon in the battle. After the player catches Blue eyes in the Haunted Mansion, Red eyes will tell them that he has their counterpart, either Summer or Ben. Once they trade for their counterpart and the Pinchers leave, Entei will come. After it is captured and called it with its Ranger Sign to ride it, the counterpart will be amazed, and the player learns Entei’s ability to smash boulders. In the Aftergame, after thecredits roll, the player will follow the legendary birds. They will have finished the game when the Air Fortress has been destroyed. First the player will follow Articuno, then Zapdos, and finally Moltres. After Moltres lands in Hualdera Volcano, it is catchable. Then Articuno, then Zapdos.

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Developer(s) Creatures Inc.
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Series Pokémon Ranger
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Release date(s)
  • JP March 6, 2010
  • NA October 4, 2010
  • EU November 5, 2010
Genre(s) Action role-playing game
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer with Wi-Fi
Rating(s)
  • CERO: A
  • ESRB: E
Media Nintendo DS Game Card

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