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Pokémon Press Conference - we discover all the announced Pokémon news

During this night a press conference of The Pokémon Company was held in Tokyo where many news about the well-known franchise were unveiled. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTWkBjxvBok Pokémon HOME A new cloud-based app that ...

Detective Pikachu has grossed more than $ 350 million worldwide

Detective Pikachu has been firing and burning at the box office since its debut, and since it came out it has brought a fair amount of money. Since the worldwide launch of the film, the 10 ...

Detective Pikachu will have a sequel on Nintendo Switch

During a Pokémon-themed press conference it was announced that a sequel of Detective Pikachu for Nintendo Switch is under development.

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu - Review

The most weird ideas sometimes prove to be the most effective. At the announcement of a film about Detective Pikachu, the web's reactions were mainly hilarious. Considering the infinite amount of sources at ...

Detective Pikachu - blockbuster at the Italian box office

Detective Pikachu recently made his debut in cinemas, confirming in Italy as one of the most watched films since his arrival in the box office. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQ_Dz3MgniU According to Cinetel data, the film on Pokémon has cashed ...

Detective Pikachu, Ryan Reynold had an idea of ​​his own for dubbing

Ryan Reynolds, Pikachu's voice actor in the film Detective Pikachu, spoke about the choice of voice and how he initially had different intentions.

Detective Pikachu is already online, but that's not what you'd expect

On YouTube, what appears to be the complete Detective Pikachu movie, due out tomorrow in theaters. It would seem, in fact.

Pokémon Go celebrates Detective Pikachu's arrival with an event

Only a few days are left until the arrival of Detective Pikachu, a live-action film with Pokémon as protagonists. To celebrate this, Niantic has produced a specific event on Pokémon GO, as we can from the following ...

Diablo IV, probable incoming announcement

An advertisement appeared in the German magazine Gamestar where you can see a book of artworks, The Art of Diablo, which, according to the translation, ...

ADX Group Announces IPO Progress, New Cyber ​​Security Offerings

JEJU ISLAND, South Korea - (BUSINESS WIRE) - ADX Group ("ADX"), owner and operator of online business services, online entertainment, and consumer electronics, announced today that the company's ...

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