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Pokemon Event: Mew!

Posted: February 4, 2016 by Ian Gaudreau in Gamenomics - Video Games, General, Nintendo
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If you are like me, you have likely been dying to get your hands on a new Mew. Fortunately, as part of the 20 Years of Pokémon Celebration, February is dedicated to a truly fan favorite, Mew.

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Last week, a special Pokémon announcement has left fans in cheers, all supporting the #Pokemon20 anniversary:

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Rayquaza

Seemingly out of the blue and followed by an official announcement from Pokémon.com, players in North America can download a Shiny Rayquaza to their Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire:

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Say you are looking to crack open a can of nostalgia by plugging in your old video game console, but alas, your patience is quickly tested with blurry graphics, flickering backgrounds, and frustratingly unclear images. That is why HD Retrovision, a company founded in March 2014, has made it its mission to preserve retro gaming history while improving the retro gaming experience:

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Photo Courtesy of www.Pokemon.com

Photo Courtesy of http://www.Pokemon.com

We have a new Pokémon event! This time, we have two really classic characters: a Heracross for Pokémon X and a Pinsir for Pokémon Y. The distribution is occurring over the internet and is free to anyone who owns the game. Keep reading to learn more about the individual characters:

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Image Courtesy of www.Pokemon.com

Image Courtesy of http://www.Pokemon.com

We have a really special Pokémon wifi event to introduce: A Vivillon with a special pattern! As seen in a recent announcement by Pokemon.com, Pokémon X and Y players will be able to download Vivillon via wifi (for free) in honor of the 100,000,000th Pokémon traded via the Global Trade Station!

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Another fantastic Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has come to an end. Although new consoles were absent from all developers, the entire show was dedicated to the newest games and hardware coming in the next year.  It was refreshing to see creative ideas from each conference, with innovative spins on classic games combining with the rise of attention to new independent games.  Dozens of new titles were showcased, but here are some of our favorites:

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