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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 ...

Game Freak - Prioritize original projects over the Pokémon series

Game Freak programmer and director, Masayuki Onoue, spoke about the company's internal organization. In an interview with VideoGamesChronicle, Onoue talked about the two teams within Game Freak. One of them concentrates ...

Pokemon Rumble Rush - The mobile game is coming

The Pokemon spin-off series, Rumble, is about to make its mobile debut for iOS and Android. It takes some of the cutest little monsters from GameFreak's JRPG series and puts them together ...
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Geodude becomes ambassador of tourism in Japan

Iwate prefecture in Japan named the first-generation rock-type Pokémon, Geodude, tourism ambassador.

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, 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.
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Detective Pikachu - The director comments on the appearance of Sonic

Detective Pikachu, the first live-action film with pokémon as protagonists is expected for this 10 in May in the states, but what does the director think behind the feature film about the most famous hedgehog movie of ...

Calling All Heroes — Overwatch® Legendary Edition Arrives on Nintendo Switch ™

Experience the feature-complete version of Blizzard Entertainment's acclaimed team-based shooter at home or on the go, with new gyroscopic motion controls

Comcast Spectacor and SK Telecom Launch Global Esports Joint Venture, T1 ...

Joe Marsh Named CEO, Global Operations Based Oversee in Seoul, Philadelphia and Los Angeles PHILADELPHIA - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Comcast Spectacor and SK Telecom today announced the launch of ...

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