Detective Pikachu's trailer has given the first taste of live-action Pokémon. Screen Rant's editors weigh in on the fuzzy creatures.
November 2018 is crowded with major video game releases, including Overkill's The Walking Dead, Fallout 76, Pokémon: Let's Go, Hitman 2, and more.
There are some seemingly weak Pokémon that can help you become the Champion, while other strong-looking Pokémon will just hold you back.
The full trailer for Pokémon The Movie: The Power Of Us has finally been released online ahead of a limited U.S. release next month.
Evolution is one of the most iconic aspects of Pokémon. It results in a visual upgrade for most, but a step backward for an unlucky few.
Like every generation of Pokémon, Generation IV had its ups and downs. Here are the Pokémon that are (and aren't) worth the effort.
Sure, almost every single Mega Evolution looks really cool, but most of them aren't worth adding to the team in the first place!
Pokémon's Gen III certainly had some great additions. At the same time, there were several that served little purpose outside of some unique designs.
There are some Pokémon trainers who managed to become the very best, while others exist only to act as a roadblock on your Pokémon journey.
Figures show that Pokémon is now the world's highest grossing media franchise, beating out the likes of Star Wars, Hello Kitty and Mickey Mouse.
While Gen II features some of the most powerful Pokémon in the franchise, it also includes some that are practically useless.
Twitch announces that, starting next week, they are going to stream every single episode of the Pokémon TV show, as well as all of the movies.
Fresh from Japan, here's a video of people inside Pikachu and Eevee suits taking part in various Olympic events including racing, hurdles and sumo.
Unsho Ishizuka - a voice actor with over 200 credits to his name, but best known as Pokemon's Professor Oak - passed away earlier this week.
Ultra Sun & Moon added additional content to the Alola region for players to explore, and it's up to the true Pokémon Masters to discover it all!
Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us is set to enjoy a limited release in theaters both in the United States and across the world.
This first generation of Pokémon is by far the most recognizable. In fact, they are so well-liked that most of them have appeared in every game.