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A handful of screenshots from Pokemon Sun/Moon have emerged. To see the latest images, view the gallery below.

The next big update on Pokemon Sun/Moon should be shared next week. The Pokemon Company has teased some sort of information for August 1.


Junichi Masuda is one of the most well-known developers behind the Pokemon series. He started out as a composer and programmer before becoming a director (and still making music at the same time).

Game Informer reached out to Masuda for a chat about music in the Pokemon games. He talked about what the process is like when he creates songs, his favorite tracks, juggling responsibilities between being a director / composer, and more.

Head past the break for a roundup of Masuda’s important answers. You can read the full interview on Game Informer.

Japan’s Pokemon variety show Pokenchi is set to feature Pokemon Sun/Moon on July 3 (July 2 in the west). A video for the two games will be shown, and information on new Pokemon will be shared. There’s a chance that Pokenchi will only have content that debuted at E3 as well as what’s coming on July 1 and through CoroCoro, but it might be worth keeping an eye on just in any case.


Update (5/20): Timing of the next update has been announced. News will be shared at the following times:

– 6 AM PT
– 9 AM ET
– 2 PM in the UK
– 3 PM in Europe

Original (5/18): Excitement has been growing within the community of Pokemon fans after the first trailer for Pokemon Sun & Moon was released earlier this month, showing footage of the three new starter Pokemon available in the upcoming games.

The news for the games will continue as today the Japanese Pokemon Twitter has confirmed that brand new information about Sun & Moon will be released on June 2nd 2016. There are no hints yet about what this information might be but fans can be happy knowing that the wait for more news will not be too much longer.


Closing out our Pocket Card Jockey is one last look at the game. Catch a final 85 minutes of footage below.

IGN has more footage available from the just-released Pocket Card Jockey. See some additional gameplay in the video below.

Pocket Card Jockey is made by Game Freak, the developer of the Pokemon RPGs. So it makes sense that the game has references to the well-known series, right? In addition to that, there are nods to Game Freak’s other titles as well as Nintendo, pop culture, and gaming in general. GameXplain looks at it all in the following video:

Pocket Card Jockey came out on the 3DS eShop today, and was accompanied by several reviews (including ours!). We have a roundup of some notable verdicts we’ve come across below.

Nintendo Everything – Thumbs Up
GameXplain – Liked
Nintendo World Report – 9 / 10
Shacknews – 7 / 10
Nintendo Life – 7 / 10
Destructoid – 9.5 / 10
USgamer – 4 / 5

Nintendo brought out Pocket Card Jockey on the 3DS eShop today. After downloading the game, you’ll notice that it takes up 853 blocks. That amounts to 106.63MB.

Pocket Card Jockey is out now on the 3DS eShop. Nintendo has come out with a launch trailer for the game, posted below.

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