USG Celebrates Pokemon's 20th Anniversary

It's Pokemon Red and Blue's 20th anniversary and we've been celebrating all week at USG. Check out all of our articles here.

Twenty years ago, Pokemon invaded North America and kicked off a senstation that is still running to this day. And here at USgamer, we're in the mood to celebrate.

We've been hitting the Pokemon craze from every angle this week, with more still to come as we wrap up today. Here's what we've written so far:

USG Pokemon Week isn't finished yet, so keep checking back as we celebrate Pokemon's 20th anniversary in the geekiest way we can. And, of course, check out our coverage so far of Pokemon Let's Go and Pokemon Go!

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