Pokemon Celebrates 20th Anniversary With New 3DS Bundle; Complete Details Here

Pokemon celebrates its 20th anniversary and the celebration will last for one whole year.

In line with this, Nintendo released some classics, new toys, accessories, games, apps and consoles. To begin with, they have officially announced a new Pokemon 3DS bundle that will definitely thrill the fans.

Coming out on February 27, which was also dubbed as “Pokemon Day,” a Pokémon-themed New Nintendo 3DS bundle and a nostalgic theme for the Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow versions for 3DS will be released.

Examiner cited Nintendo press release which stated they will also have a special anime trading card game expansion featuring the Generations trading card packs. There are 110 cards contained in the pack including special Pokemon such as Ninetales-EX, Jolteon-EX, along with Mega Charizard-EX and Mega Blastoise-EX.

For the famous anime’s fans who own Pokémon Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, X or Y, you can receive four Legendary Pokémon — Mew, Darkrai, Arceus and Genesect — at participating Gamestops throughout 2016 during distribution events, Mashable wrote.

And when you thought you’ve had enough, Nintendo also has renditions based on “Pokemon: The Movie,” “Pokemon 2000” and “Pokemon 3: The Movie.” All three are digitally remastered in HD and are available  on iTunes, Google Play and the Amazon.

Examiner added several new titles in the anime’s franchise which will be released across a multitude of platforms this year. In spring 2016, Pokkén Tournament will release for the Wii U. Pokémon GO, a mobile game that will encourage fans to search far and wide in the real work to discover and battle Pokémon, will release later this year.

The release of the 3DS bundle will be followed by Pokemon Rumble World and Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon as well, Cinema Blend added.

All are looking good for all the anime product line this year especially for the 3DS series. There might be a chance to glimpse the longtime rumored Pokémon Z which will be part of the Nintendo 3DS series before the end of the year, Examiner noted.

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