Big Boo doesn’t seem nearly as scary anymore.
It’s time to go to Shinjuku Station.
After some seriously high-profile involvement, Nintendo characters aren’t part of newest promotional push for 2020 event.
Twice a year, mother nature treats us to one of her most spectacular phenomenon: the mass migration of otaku through Kokusai-Tenjijō Station in Tokyo.
Is a new release of Tokyo Xtreme Racer on its way?
Classically trained musicians will play selections from classic games including Fumito Ueda’s Ico at upcoming Tokyo-area performance.
Gojyo Taxi is hoping that the ability to evolve pig-tailed magic girls in their cars will boost usage, and “hope” is a wonderful thing.
Now you can explore the world of virtual reality while stroking the soft body of your favourite character at the same time.
Bad reviews from Japan may have lead to developers prioritizing other countries first.
Complaint shows startling lack of knowledge about video game history, but still might be valid.
If you’re a Pokémon fan who plans on getting out of bed sometime today, you’ll want these.
Pokémon lovers rejoice! There’s now a whole new way to celebrate your fandom with these Pikachu-themed lunch boxes now on sale in South Korea!
This cool mock-up shows that writers at Beep predicted a console very different from the one we would all come to know and love.
Soft-hearted Digital Monster is now a soft ergonomic helper.
The magical rides include mysterious “invisible” ghosts chasing the carriage, which can be seen by passers-by.
Also, the unexpected appearance of “Santa Pikachu.”
Team Rocket’s latest plot actually sounds like a good deal for everyone involved.
Well now, that looks awesome.
Being able to keep one hand free while playing Nintendo’s first smartphone game might turn out to be a pretty sweet deal.
Take a real-life cooking class with Ignis while enjoying music, costumes and iconic images from the game.