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Post by Eorl @ 11:28am 27/09/13 | 3 Comments
While the launch of the 3DS exclusive titles Pokemon X and Y may not be until the worldwide date of October 12th, this hasn't stopped Nintendo from offering up a new TV show that will definitely take you down memory lane.

Titled Pokemon Origins, the new TV show tells the story of the very first Pokémon video games, Pokemon Red Version and Pokemon Blue Version, including the first steps of the hero Red as he sets off from Professor Oak’s laboratory. As he explores the Kanto region, he'll encounter Team Rocket, battle his rival, and challenge the Pokémon League.

Pokemon Origins will be a four-part adventure, debuting on the Pokemon TV website come November 15th. Those on the go will also be able to find it available via the free Pokemon TV mobile app for iOS and Android devices. Check out the teaser below.

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Posted 05:09pm 29/9/13
Lens flare: the trailer.
Posted 09:27pm 29/9/13
Make a Pokemon mmorpg already
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