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Check out another round of Japanese preorder bonuses for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

So many items to choose from!

We've already shared a few preorder bonuses for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team in Japan, but now a new wave has been revealed. Check out the gallery above to see all the goodies, and read up on the list below as well.

- Original masking tape
- Original handkerchief
- Original postcard set
- Original notebook
- Original acrylic keychain
- Original pass case holder
- Various wallpapers
- Pikachu card from Geo

Toys R Us South Korea spruces up their Pokemon section

Now that's a fun shopping experience!

Pokemon Korea and Toys R Us South Korea have been working together to make their Pokemon merch experience a lot more appealing to customers. In the tweet above, you can see pictures of a newly-revamped Pokemon section at a Toys R Us in South Korea. It's clear the area is a lot more of a centerpiece now, rather than just a spot for Pokemon merch.

Giant Surfing Pikachu statue officially unveiled at Lalaport Tokyo Bay

Truly a work of art

We've already had a peek at what the Giant Surfing Pikachu statue would look like, but now its gotten an official unveiling. The statue can be found at Lalaport Tokyo Bay, and a special ceremony was held to showcase its design. Check out a gallery of pics from the unveiling below.

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Pokemon Sword/Shield Shop & Cafe in Taiwan offering Lucky Bags

Feeling lucky?

The official Pokemon Sword/Shield Shop & Cafe in Taiwan has started selling Lucky Bags in honor of the Lunar New Year. There are just 100 of these to go around, and each bag contains a random assortment of Pokemon merchandise. If you want to take one home, you'll have to cough up NTD600.

Pokemon the Movie Coco gets a new piece of promo art

Pikachu's next big screen adventure

We've had a teaser trailer for Pokemon the Movie Coco, the next Pokemon animated film, and now we have a little something else to mull over. Pokemon Co. has released one new piece of art for the film, which features the logo, as well as Pikachu. Pikachu is seen riding a hat, and sitting on a giant leaf.

Watch Solgaleo and Lunala in Pokémon the Series on Pokémon TV

Start streaming Sogaleo!

The power of the cosmos burns bright within Solgaleo and Lunala. These Legendary Pokémon are fierce on their own, but when they join forces, their opponents had better beware. The two appear together (alongside Lillie) as a TAG TEAM Pokémon-GX in the Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Cosmic Eclipse expansion. You can celebrate this joining of forces by tuning in to Pokémon TV to watch a collection of Pokémon the Series episodes featuring Solgaleo and Lunala.

For the next two weeks, check out the special channel devoted to this pair to see them in action! Remember that you can watch Pokémon TV here on Pokemon.com or using the Pokémon TV mobile app.

Pokemon Rumble Rush - content update for January 24, 2020


- as compensation for a bug that impacted Challenges on January 22, all players can now claim the following as compensation: Poké Diamon x300 (available until February 24)

RUMOR: Dataminers discover all Pokemon and Mega Evolutions to appear in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX

Did your favorite make the cut?

Ever since the demo for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX released, dataminers have been sifting through it to see what they can find. Apparently they've stumbled upon the full list of Pokemon that will appear in the final game, and that includes the Mega Evolutions. As you might guess, this remake is going to include some Pokemon that weren't in the original titles. As long as you don't mind spoilers, hit the jump to see the list of Pokemon.

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Pokemon News Round-Up: Groudon fan-made costume, Pokemofu Dolls 3 Slowpoke, Nonbiri Life merch

A fan tribute, and more merch!

Groudon fan-made costume

- made by Reddit user Blastoise_irl
- took 1.5 years to make
- 1.8 m tall

Pokemofu Dolls 3 Slowpoke

- exclusive to Pokemon Centers in Japan
- available starting today
- the only difference is the slight change in packaging, and the fact that you can purchase it separately outside the collection

Nonbiri Life merch

- collab with Kurashiki-hanpu and artist Chiharu Sakazaki
- available at Pokemon Center locations in Japan and Amazon Japan starting Feb. 8th, 2020
- full merch lineup is as follows:

Kurashiki-hanpu tote (large) 8,580 yen (★)
Kurashiki-hanpu tote (small) 4,400 yen (★)
Kurashiki-hanpu PC / tablet case 4,400 yen (★)
Kurashiki-hanpu porch 3,080 (★)
Kurashiki-hanpu coin case Pokémon leisurely life Pikachu 1,980 yen (★)
Kurashiki-hanpu coin case Pokémon leisurely life Piplup 1,980 yen (★)
Pikachu plush 2,200 yen (★)
Piplup plush 2,200 yen (★)
Pikachu Mascot Keyring 1,320 yen (★)
Piplup Mascot Keyring 1,320 yen (★)
Face cushion (Pikachu) 2,750 yen (★)
Face cushion (Piplup) 2,750 yen ( ★) ★)
Mug with coaster (Pikachu) 1,650 yen (★)
Mug with coaster (Piplup) 1,650 yen (★)
Stainless steel bottle 2,750 yen (★)
Parka (M / L) 6,160 yen each (★)
T-shirt – Piplup and Pikachu (130 cm) 2,750 yen (★)
T-shirt – Cyndaquil and Pikachu (130 cm) 2,750 yen (★)
Short socks (six types) 1,100 yen
Acrylic charm collection Pokémon Leisurely life 715 yen
10 kinds in total. You can not choose a pattern.
Face-shaped Cookies 1,080 yen
Mini tote with candy 880 yen
A4 Clear File (Set of 3) 770 yen (★)
Plump Stickers 550 yen (★)
Postcard set 1,320 yen (★)
Clips (set of 4) 825 yen (★)
Pocket Croquis Book 440 yen
Ballpoint pen (Pikachu) 660 yen (★)
Ballpoint pen (Piplup) 660 yen (★)
Masking tape (2 pieces) 660 yen (★)
Soft jacket for iPhone 8/7/6s/6 2,068 yen (★)
Soft jacket for iPhone Xs/X 2,200 yen (★)
Hand towel (Pikachu) 550 yen (★)
Hand towel (Piplup) 550 yen (★)
Towel blanket 7,480 yen (★)
Room shoes 2,200 yen (★)
Dolman sleeve T-shirt (M / L) 3,300 yen each (★ )
Tissue Box Cover 1,980 yen (★)
Sealed Containers (set of 3) 1,540 yen (★)
Plastic Cup 660 yen (★)
Chopsticks with case 990 yen (★)
Drawstring Pouch 880 yen (★)
Lunch Cloth 880 yen (★)

※ ★ items will be available on Amazon Japan

Pokemon GO Community Note: Attack updates and more

Some new notes to check out

In this community note, we’d like to share some info about general Trainer Battle bug fixes and updates to attacks.

Updates to the combat system

We have one last batch of changes to Trainer Battles to set the stage for an exciting upcoming feature.

Charged Attacks and switching will now be queued and activated at the end of the current Fast Attack and won’t be overridden by any following Fast Attacks.
Certain visual bugs in battles have been fixed.

Updates to existing attacks in Pokémon GO

There have been updates to the following existing attacks in Pokémon GO.

Megahorn - This Bug-type Charged Attack now deals more damage.
Volt Switch - This Electric-type Fast Attack now activates and generates energy more quickly.

Attacks new to Pokémon GO

Certain Pokémon will soon be able to learn attacks that hadn’t yet been seen in Pokémon GO!

Flying Press - We hear this Fighting-type Charged Attack has cropped up in the world of Pokémon GO! However, we haven’t figured out which Pokémon is able to learn it yet. Stay tuned as we investigate!

Pokémon that can learn more attacks

The following Pokémon will be able to learn attacks they couldn’t before.

Plusle and Minun: Grass Knot - This Grass-type Charged Attack will help the Cheering Pokémon deal with Ground-type Pokémon that could give them trouble in the Great League.

Lanturn: Spark - Lanturn didn’t previously have an Electric-type attack that was comparable to its Water-type attacks in power. Spark will help make Lanturn a strong lead and help it counter Azumarill with supereffective damage and hit Altaria with neutral damage.

Ampharos: Thunder Punch - This Charged Attack will make Ampharos a powerful Electric-type attacker in the Great and Ultra Leagues.

Masquerain: Bubble Beam - This Water-type Charged Attack will give Masquerain a good coverage attack to counter Fire- and Rock-type Pokémon that could otherwise give this Bug- and Flying-type Pokémon trouble.

Vespiquen: Fury Cutter and Air Slash - The addition of these Bug- and Flying-type attacks gives Vespiquen a boost in power since these attacks match Vespiquen’s types, making Vespiquen more viable in battle.

Pokémon that can learn old attacks once again

As part of the group of Pokémon to debut with Pokémon GO, some Pokémon originally discovered in Kanto have had their attacks change a lot over time! We’re adding back some of the stronger attacks a few of these Pokémon used to learn back in 2016 to make sure these attacks are accessible to players who have joined since then. We’ll look at bringing back more of these attacks over time.

Raichu: Thunder Shock
Magneton: Thunder Shock, Discharge
Venomoth: Poison Fang
Haunter: Shadow Ball
Hypno: Shadow Ball

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