Pokemon Shield Features
Rivals are as synonymous with Pokemon as gym leaders in goofy costumes and children fighting organized crime. We're here to rate them from best to worst.
Game Freak's DLC for Pokemon Sword and Shield levels up the game's open world.
A little paint and imagination can lift a cold Pokemon from the cutting room floor and into fans' hearts.
Pokemon are, and always shall be, your friends.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Nintendo put a quick stop to Switch Pro speculation, Jedi: Fallen Order orders rose, and E3 2020 is totally under control and great.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | Expansions are headed to Pokemon Sword and Shield, so we're dreaming up who we want to make a grand return.
Pokemon's console future is upon us.
Why does Galarian Slowking hide its face? We might find the answer in literature, music, or both.
Our list is the definitive list. Worship it. All attempts to deviate will be halted using fire.
Who knows where the whims of fate may lead us?
Gotta catch all these amazing deals.
This week's Axe of the Blood God is a titillating mailbag episode. Kat and Nadia discuss Pokemon, more Saturn RPGs, and Bahamut Lagoon's unorthodox methods of dragon-rearing.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | Let's talk about the cool stuff on our bookshelves.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | A time of technological transitions for companies like Google, Valve, Game Freak, Microsoft, Sony, and more.
When Gideon Mantell accidentally mixed up early Iguanodon fossils, at least no living creatures suffered.
Hold up y'all, I think that Ghost-type kid is a zombie.
Eight of our favorite new monsters from Pokemon Gen 8.
Kat, Nadia, and special guest Kallie Plagge go in-depth on Gen 8.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | Red and Blue? Ruby and Sapphire? We want to know that generation of Pokemon speaks to you the most.
Catchin' the love alongside the Legendaries.
Are you worthy of being a Pokemon's friend? Probably not, but at least Sword and Shield lets you try.
The servers are on, and the players are trickling in. Here's what it's like to interact with them.
Game Freak prefers to make us cozy on the Switch instead of breaking barriers.
You'd be surprised what a Pokemon game can teach you about vegetables.
Pokemon Sword and Shield's starters can't wait to meet you. Except Sobble. It's shy.
Pokemon's got a lot of work ahead before it proves itself on consoles.
From Pokemon to the Outer Worlds, Kat and Nadia talk about the big RPGs coming out this holiday season.
If you think too deeply about the curry you make in Sword and Shield, questions bubble to the surface of your mind.
Things are about to get pretty rough for the industry's number-one trade show.
People aren't shy about airing their opinions on games in development, but are developers listening?
In this exciting issue: I recall dismissing Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire as "lazy" back in 2002.
Pokemon fans are riled up about Pokemon Sword and Shield. Here's a breakdown of the reasons why.
Kat goes temporarily insane, Final Fantasy 7 Remake is Game of the Show, and more.
Why fans are so upset about the news that some Pokemon won't be available in Sword and Shield.
We talk to Game Freak about the battle potential of Dynamax, the decision to narrow the number of available Pokemon, and the move into a new era.
Pokemon are living large on the Nintendo Switch.
Pokemon Sword and Shield's Galar region has all kinds of new friends who want to meet (and eat) you.
From Final Fantasy 7 Remake to Cyberpunk 2077, RPG fans have a lot to look forward to at this years show.
It's there. It's staring at you. Judging you.
"Game Freak used Max Revive on random encounters! It cheesed everyone off!"