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6 new Pokemon movies added to Pokemon TV – Watch for free

Published: 30/Apr/2020 22:54

by Paul Cot

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A lot of trainers have suddenly found themselves with a lot more time. The Pokemon Company have recognized this and have made various Pokemon anime episodes and movies free to watch online.

There are hours of action to watch. Whether you’re reliving episodes from your childhood or watching them for the first time, you can go back to the very start of the Pokemon series and watch Ash’s adventure from the beginning.

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Across all the seasons there are hundreds of episodes to enjoy. Even the most ardent of Pokemon fan may struggle to get through them all!

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Brock and Misty join in Ash in his adventure in Season 1 of the Pokemon TV series…

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Here is the full list of what’s available from the anime:

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  • Season 1 The Beginning – 52 episodes
  • Season 2 The Beginning – 60 episodes
  • Season 10 Diamond & Pearl – 51 episodes
  • Season 11 Diamond & Pearl – 52 episodes
  • Season 12 Diamond & Pearl – 52 episodes
  • Season 13 Diamond & Pearl – 34 episodes
  • Season 20 Sun & Moon -43 episodes
  • Season 21 Sun & Moon – 48 episodes
  • Season 22 Sun & Moon Ultra Legends – 46 episodes
  • Pokemon Generations – 18 episodes
  • Pokemon Origins – 4 episodes

In addition to this the Twilight Wings series is also available. This is based on the Galar region, the setting of the latest Pokemon games, Sword and Shield. There are currently three episodes available with new ones being added monthly.

It’s interesting that so many episodes from the Diamond & Pearl series have been made available. Could this be indicative of a Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Gen 4 remake?

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The first Pokemon movie is centered around Armored Mewtwo…

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Again, long-term fans of the series will remember the original Pokemon Movies. This was in the midst of the initial Pokemon hype which saw trainers heading in their droves to the cinema to watch the first one back in the late 90s.

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Now though, you can watch that, and 8 other movies for free, also. The full list is:

  • Pokemon: The First Movie
  • Pokemon the Movie 2000
  • Pokemon 3: The Movie
  • Pokemon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew
  • Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea
  • Pokemon: The Rise of Darkrai
  • Pokemon: Giratina & the Sky Warrior
  • Pokemon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life
  • Pokemon–Zoroark: Master of Illusions

To watch all these TV episodes and the above movies all you need to do is head over to Pokemon TV. There you’ll be greeted with all the thumbnails showing what’s available to watch.

Not only is it free but you don’t even need to sign in. Simply click the link and relax with the spare time you have been afforded.

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Pokemon GO community outraged over “tone-deaf” Strange Egg requirement

Published: 13/Oct/2020 1:50

by Brent Koepp

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In an update to Pokemon GO’s Autumn event, the mobile title is getting “Strange Eggs” added to the game. However, some players are furious over the new item’s lengthy requirements to hatch them.

Pokemon GO hit the app store in July 2016, and quickly became a cultural phenomena. The mobile title brought the beloved Nintendo franchise to real life, as players around the world left their house to catch their favorite monsters.

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The wildly popular release is celebrating 2020’s Autumn event. However, the game’s latest addition, Strange Eggs, has upset some Trainers who feel its requirements are ridiculous and unfair given the current climate.

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The Autumn-event brings “Strange Eggs” to Pokemon GO.

New Pokemon GO event sparks outrage

In Pokemon GO’s latest update, the mobile game rolled out Strange Eggs for the October 12 event. In the announcement, the items are described as having been collected by Team GO Rocket, and will hatch Poison-type and Dark-type monsters.

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According to the official notes, the special eggs will require 12 km to hatch: “Defeat a Team GO Rocket Leader to receive a Strange Egg, and walk 12 km to hatch it. You’ll need to have space in your Egg inventory before your battle.”

The new items have the possibility of containing Larvitar, Scraggy, Trubbish, Vullaby, Pawniard, Deino, and more inside of them. However, some players quickly took notice of the eggs’ lengthy walking distance needed to make them hatch.

Outraged, Trainers took to social media to hit out at developer Niantic for the 12 km distance, such as one user who said, “They’re TWELVE KM? That just seems tone deaf.” Another player agreed, and exclaimed, “12 is too much full stop. 10 is too much. The egg pools are absolute garbage.”

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Some Trainers were not too thrilled with the new egg requirements.

Site admin of popular Pokemon outlet Serebii, Joe Merrick, also shared his thoughts on certain Pokemon being locked behind these eggs. “12km eggs is a bit much for right now. Seriously. I do hope this changes and they become widely available without going outside in these times,” he said.

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Serebii’s site admin questioned the eggs given lockdowns in the world.

It should be pointed out though, that according to Serebii, that distance is measured in ¼ during the event, so hatching Strange Eggs should be closer to 3 km. However, angry players pointed out that the eggs will stay around after the event ends on October 18 at the full 12 km distance.

Given the current state of the world with hundreds of major cities still issuing lockdowns, many Trainers questioned the developer for making the distance on these items even higher.

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At the time of writing, Niantic has not yet responded to the backlash. Nor is it clear if the 12 km distance will be changed, or if the ¼ distance will continue to be applied after the event.