Pokémon's 20th anniversary commercial nails down why the series is still going strong -- and hints on where it might go in the future.
Competitive Pokémon players will need to update their game to version 1.2 in order to battle online.
As all the next-gen hullabaloo dies away, we check out what the Pokemon X and Y hacking community has been doing with Game Freak's baby.
By testing their mettle through competitive Pokemon battling, of course.
What do you do after you've finished Pokemon X/Y? If you're not willing to discard your team just yet, here are ideas for the post-game jubilations.
Want a team bursting with shiny Pokemon? Here are three ways to make it happen!
Kat Bailey (Pokémon master), Jeremy Parish (Pokémon hobbyist) and Pete Davison (Pokémon newbie) pick at the latest from Game Freak in an attempt to determine what it offers to three different types of player.
Run into the Lumiose City save bug? Nintendo's working on it.
While Pokémon’s single-player content remains frozen in 1998, Game Freak has built something far more modern with X/Y’s online components.
Despite the numerous changes it brings to the series, something seems to be missing in the latest generation of Pokémon.