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Pokemon: Black & White catches Archeops in the Modern World

Pokemon: Black & White catches Archeops in the Modern World

On Saturday, October 8th, Cartoon Network offers a whole new world of Pokemon. A whole new modern world, that is. When the group visits with Professor Juniper, Ash and his gang watch in amazement as Dr. Fennel restores a Plume Fossil into an Archen! Seeing the evolution take place from Archen to Archeops keeps them stunned – it’s like Jurrasic Park, except for Pokemon! (Pokemon Park anyone?). Of course, all of this amazement doesn’t stop with Ash, Iris and Cilan – Team Rocket and Doctor Zager also note the amazing achievements, and want a piece of them as well. So how’s it all turn out? TOON in to Pokemon Black and White for the latest episode: Archeops in the Modern World!

PokePark 2: Beyond the World brings Pokemon back to the Nintendo Wii

PokePark 2: Beyond the World brings Pokemon back to the Nintendo Wii

In the clearly never-ending case of “gotta catch’em all!” Nintendo Wii is getting yet another Pokemon game! No, we’re still not going to get the classic handheld Pokemon format on the big screen, as this latest console adventure is yet another sidequest type. However, it is another Pokemon game, so it’s difficult not to love it! The title, PokePark 2: Beyond the World, is a sequel to last year’s game, PokePark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure, and again follows the format of minigames. Creatures Inc hopes to have the game to stores in Japan this winter, with Pikachu returning as the star Pocket Monster.

Pokemon Black and White’s Professor Araragi and other Pocket Monsters revealed at E3 2010

Pokemon Black and White's Professor Araragi and other Pocket Monsters revealed at E3 2010

At this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, many a big time game was shown, including a new Pokemon title, Pokepark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure. However, not much of anything was revealed about what will surely be the hottest upcoming Nintendo DS game, Pokemon: Black and White. The game, developed by Nintendo and Game Freak, will feature fifth generation Pokemon characters, formerly never before seen, such as Zorua and Zoroark. Thankfully, there was some trickle of new information, in the form of new character art, that made its way to the public. Take a look at Professor Araragi and a few other Pocket Monsters

Nintendo Debuts PokePark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure at E3 2010

Nintendo Debuts PokePark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure at E3 2010

So far, the only disappointment at Nintendo’s E3 2010 presentation has been a lack of Pokemon Black and White footage. So far, anyway. However, that is not to say that Nintendo has left it’s new Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Wii coverage completely barren of Pokefun! Making it’s official debut is PokePark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure. The title is an adventure game starring Pikachu, who, amongst other things, makes friends with other Pokemon by competing in athletic events. This opens the world up to dozens of mini-games, which are beautiful to watch! There’s Bulbasaur’s Daring Dash, Venusaur’s Vine Swing, and Gyrados’ Aqua Dash, amongst others.

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