Is it finally Magikarp’s time to shine?
Just how long is it supposed to take to hatch those eggs?
If there’s any trend our posts in the past couple of years have shown, it’s that the Japanese can and will personify absolutely anything.
From parks to university campuses and even a Sega building, here are some of the new Pokémon Go gym locations players have been finding around the country.
China’s knock-off game has a number of surprisingly similar elements and characters that look weirdly like the originals from Pokémon Go.
Finally, a dating sim for people who are attracted only to inanimate objects!
The dating simulator scene is getting weirder and weirder, so it’s hard to be surprised by anything they come up with these days. Humans are already old news and we’re now used to romancing all manner of strange creatures. Even so, this mobile game for girls caught my eye with its unique character designs and by promising love with powerful ancient Egyptian deities.
If you love Japan’s bite-sized Pino ice creams as much as you love Disney’s range of adorable Tsum Tsum characters, then this special collaboration is sure to bring you joy this holiday season.
Do you think putting together broken bits of pottery sounds like fun? No, me neither. And I’d never imagine something that’s so tedious in real life would make a good basis for a game. However, that’s the theme behind this free Android app which draws upon an ancient Japanese philosophy and, after reading some reviews, I was convinced that I had to give it a go myself.
Pokémon as a franchise has been chugging along for quite a while now, and it has a fan base that’s aged right along with it. This means that you’re more likely to find grown-up Pokémon fans than you are, say, Yokai Watch fans, which has more of a kid-dominated fan base. There’s even a Pokémon magazine that’s just for adults now.
So maybe it makes sense that Pokémon fans who are starting to get a little creaky in the joints might be interested in this new joke game application which features middle-aged Pokémon, aka Ojimon! (Ojisan meaning uncle or middle-aged man.)
Come and check out wrinkly Pikachu, greying Charmander, and the rest of the gang!