in News, Video Games by Typhlosion


It’s time for a Pokemon news round up! Here’s the latest updates for this week.

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in News, X and Y by The pokemaster


 
The above video was just posted onto the official Pok√©mon YouTube channel, where they revealed Ninfeon’s English name in the description below it; “Sylveon”. Sylveon’s type has still been hidden, but we have been shown some in game footage of our new eeveelution. Sylveon is shown using a variety of special looking moves, perhaps outlining it to be another eeveelution with high Special Attack. It is also worth noting that a sylph is a creature from western mythology which is typically an air elemental, or having an affinity with air. This name leads to the theory that Sylveon will be either a Flying or Dragon type, but it’s too early to rule out the other types just yet!


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in Anime, Merchandise, News by Charizard Michelle

Pokemon TV App



The Pokemon Company International has release their official application to watch Pokemon episodes on the go, Pokemon TV App. This application allows users the chance to watch featured Pokemon episodes from Pokemon TV on Pokemon.com. The episodes featured in the application are rotated out regularly and contain episodes from all five regional sagas.

The application is free and is available on all iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) and Android devices.

Sources:
Pokemon TV App (iTunes)
Joystiq


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in Announcements, News, Video Games by Typhlosion



In February’s CoroCoro, Pokemon Scramble U (Pokemon Rumble U will likely be the localized version) was announced for a Spring release in Japan for the Wii U. It will include Pokemon from all released Generations (I – V) and up to 100 Pokemon at a time may battle at one time.

Be sure to check PE2K for more news!

Source: PokeBeach


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in News, Trading Card Game by Charizard Michelle

Plasma Freeze

The Spring English Pokemon TCG set has been announced to be called Plasma Freeze. This set is based on the Japanese half sets, Spiral Force and Thunder Knuckle. The featured Pokemon from these sets were Deoxys EX and Thundurus EX.

Other Pokemon to be featured in this set will be Eevee and it’s evolutions that take advantage of the new Plasma mechanic introduced in Plasma Storm. Other notable EX Pokemon to be included in this set: Heatran EX, Latios EX, Latias EX, and Tornadus EX. There will also be another batch of Team Plasma Pokemon to be included in this set. This set will also introduce more ACE Spec cards along with the return of Super Energy Retrieval which hasn’t be printed since Neo Genesis.

The artwork for Tornadus EX and Thundurus EX are based on their Therian Form. The release of these two cards will mean that the Therian Forms of Kami Trio have been used in the TCG.

The name of this set could be based on the Team Plasma plot used in the Black and White 2. Also, several of the artwork used in this set featured Pokemon in frozen environments.

Plasma Freeze will be released on May 8, 2013.

Source: Bulbanews


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in News, X and Y by Typhlosion



February’s CoroCoro Cover page has just been leaked. On the cover, it shows a silhouette of a new X and Y Pokemon, known in Japanese as Ninfia. According to our source, it IS a new Eeveelution! The rest of February’s magazine should be leaked any moment now, so keep checking PE2K for more!

Source: PokeBeach


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in News, Video Games by Typhlosion



New information regarding the English version of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity has been published to the Pokemon website earlier today. The information can be viewed below.

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in News, X and Y by Typhlosion



This week’s Pokemon Smash! Episode has finished airing, with the credits promising new information about Pokemon X and Y and the 16th movie. February’s CoroCoro is supposed to debut the 15th and will leak news about X and Y. Any news/leaks will be up on PE2K ASAP, so be sure to check back for the latest!

Source: Poke Beach


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in Anime, B2W2, Fandom, News by The pokemaster

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That’s right, if you live in Australia or New Zealand then you will have the opportunity to go see an event screening of the newest Pok√©mon movie, “Kyurem vs. The Sword of Justice.” Hoyts Cinemas will be airing Movie 15 of the Pok√©mon franchise in selected cinemas throughout Australia and New Zealand for two weekends only; February 16th-17th, and February 23rd-24th.
 
The Hoyts Cinemas website provides the following synopsis;

During a train trip, Ash and friends spot an injured Pok√©mon they don’t recognize. They’re planning a rescue when the train is attacked by the Legendary Kyurem! Ash and the others manage to get the unfamiliar Pok√©mon to safety, and they learn its story…
 
The Mythical Pok√©mon Keldeo is on a mission to rescue its friends – Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion, the Swords of Justice – from Kyurem’s icy clutches. But Kyurem has other ideas, and when it transforms into Black Kyurem or White Kyurem for greater power, things look grim!
 
Can Keldeo find the courage to stand up to this menace? Find out at selected Hoyts cinemas from 16 February!

 
The screening will be available in the following locations throughout Australia and New Zealand;

  • ACT – Woden
  • NSW – Blacktown, Broadway, Chatswood Mandarin, Erina, Penrith, Tweed City, Warrawong, Warringah Mall
  • QLD – Stafford, Sunnybank
  • SA – Tea Tree Plaza
  • VIC – Chadstone, Eastland, Frankston, Greenborough, Highpoint, Watergardens
  • WA – Carousel, Garden City
  • New Zealand – Hibiscus Close, Octagon, Riccarton, Sylvia Park, Te Awa, Wairau Park

 
In addition to this, Banter Toys and Collectibles will be holding Pokémon TCG demonstations one hour before the screening of the movie for those in attendance. These will be available in the following locations;

  • ACT – Woden (16th-17th only)
  • NSW – Blacktown (16th-17th only)
  • QLD – Stafford (16th-17th only)
  • SA – Tea Tree Plaza (16th-17th only)
  • VIC – Eastland (16th-17th only)
  • WA – Garden City (16th-17th only)
  • New Zealand – Wairau Park (16th-17th only), Sylvia Park (23rd-14th only)

 
Additionally, anyone who purchases a ticket will be eligible to enter the draw to win 1 of 12 Powered-up Pok√©mon Prize Pack, worth a whopping $219, which includes a collection of cards from the Pok√©mon TCG, as well as some of the newest DVD’s and games.
 
Tickets are available now, and booking is required to attend these events, so jump online and book now! You can book your tickets here if you’re Australian, and here if you’re a New Zealander. Don’t fret if you miss out on your chance at this premier screening however, as the movie will be available on DVD and Blu-ray from March 6th in Australia and March 20th in New Zealand from all good retailers. Get excited, enjoy the movie, go and meet some fellow Pok√©mon fans, and I hope to see you there!


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in News, X and Y by Sarah

 
The types of Chespin, Fennekin and Froakie have been officially revealed… and they’re all single types. This is not too surprising considering that Bulbasaur is the only basic starter Pokemon that ever had a secondary type.
 

The consensus is still out on whether the X and Y starters will gain another type by their final evolution. At the moment, Grass/Dark is the most popular prediction for Chespin’s evolutions, Fire/Psychic for Fennekin and Water/Fighting for Froakie. There has still been no word on the types of the title legends, Xerneas and Yveltal.
 

What types do you want to see?
 

Source: Pokemon.com


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