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A new Pokemon movie in Japan always means some tie-in promotions with the current games, and this time will be no different, as the latest issue of CoroCoro magazine reveals. The latest Pokemon movie, titled “Everyone’s Story”, will be released in Japan on July 13th. The Legendary Pokemon its story focuses on is Lugia, and as such, Lugia will be distributed via a serial code if you pre-book tickets for the movie between April 13th and July 12th. Codes will be valid until September 30th and can be redeemed in Pokemon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

This Lugia has its Hidden Ability, Multiscale, and comes with the moves Aeroblast, Defog, Tailwind and Hurricane, a move it can’t learn normally. Lugia will be at level 100.

It’s currently unknown whether or not this Lugia will also be distributed outside Japan in some form.


Bandai intends to sell a massive plush toy based on Lapras from Pokemon. Despite the high price tag of 79,400 yen ($750), pre-orders have already sold out.

The plush toy is going by the name “A Lapras You’ll Definitely Want To Ride.” It comes in at over six and a half feet and a height of nearly four feet.

We have a few photos below:

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Update: Added in the official embed below.

Original: A new trailer for Pokemon the Movie 2018 just aired on the Japanese variety show Oha Suta. The film, which premieres on July 13, is going by the name Pokemon: Everyone’s Story for its release in Japan.

We’ve posted the video below. When the official upload comes in, we’ll replace the embed here.

The first Pokemon games, Pokemon Red and Pokemon Green, launched in Japan on February 27, 1996. That means the franchise is turning 22 years old.

A number of activities are lined up for Pokemon Day 2018 to celebrate the big day. There isn’t anything overly massive, but a number of different events are planned relating to Pokemon GO, Snapchat, and more.

Here’s a full rundown of everything in store for Pokemon Day:

Snapchat adds Bulbasaur filter

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Snapchat has added a Bulbasaur filter, by opening your mouth you can create a razor leaf effect. It is unknown how long it will last.

Yet another cast member has been confirmed for the Detective Pikachu movie. Rita Ora, who is both a singer and an actress, will be appearing in the film. Her role is currently being kept secret.

Ryan Reynolds will star in the upcoming movie as Detective Pikachu. The film will also feature Justice Smith as Tim Goodman, Kathryn Newton as Lucy, Ken Watanabe as Detective Yoshida, plus Bill Nighy, Chris Geere, and Suki Waterhouse.


Nintendo put out a new off-beat video showing how the New 2DS XL Pikachu Edition came to be. Check it out below.

A new job listing has been spotted for a localization editor who will work with The Pokemon Company. It’s a 6-month contract, with the person’s role expected to begin between April and June. Duties involve “all editorial facets of video games, and related materials (video game strategy guide, video game web site etc.)”.

One prominent rumor circulating is that this job posting is related to the upcoming Pokemon game for Switch. Even further, some are speculating that localization is underway and the title could ship by the end of the year. While these are possibilities, we aren’t willing to say that ourselves just yet. Keep in mind that the job posting is also not officially confirmed to be for the mainline Pokemon RPG on Switch.

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Filming is underway for the Detective Pikachu movie, but we’re still finding out about new cast members. Hollywood Reporter says today that Suki Waterhouse is joining the film. Details surrounding Waterhouse’s role are being kept under wraps.

Ryan Reynolds is leading the way on Detective Pikachu as the voice of the Pokemon. Other actors include Justice Smith, Kathryn Newton, Ken Watanabe, Bill Nighy, and Chris Geere.


Pyukumuku gets its own song as well

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Though you may be unaware, Pyukumuku is a favorite among Alolans. It’s had a bit of a toxic reputation, but hopefully the below video will get rid of your spite.

It seems that the people who made this song put their hearts into it, innards out. Other Pokemon with similar songs include Slowpoke, Magikarp, Mimikyu and Gengar.

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