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+ Snorlax 
by Felipe Escobar Bravo

Snorlax

by Felipe Escobar Bravo

+ dotcore:

Pikachu.by Diego Ariel Yamasato.

dotcore:

Pikachu.
by Diego Ariel Yamasato.

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Camera: HTC Sensation 4G
Focal Length: 4mm
Exif Anyone walking around with all eight is guaranteed to have seen some shit.

Anyone walking around with all eight is guaranteed to have seen some shit.

"Pikachu… Do you think God is a Pokemon?"
"…Pika."
"Shit, I didn’t know you were an atheist."

"Pikachu… Do you think God is a Pokemon?"

"…Pika."

"Shit, I didn’t know you were an atheist."

Posted 3 months ago by kevinapocalypse. Tagged with Show all posts tagged with "pokemon".pokemon, .
"You’re my friend!"
"You’re my mission."

"You’re my friend!"

"You’re my mission."

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Camera: HTC Sensation 4G
Focal Length: 4mm
Exif "I… I like my roller blades."

"I… I like my roller blades."

+ Holy Helix by CircuitDruid
The greatest outcome from the demented social experiment that is Twitch Plays Pokemon? The fan art.

Holy Helix by CircuitDruid

The greatest outcome from the demented social experiment that is Twitch Plays Pokemon? The fan art.

+ Twitch Plays Pokemon by Skittycat

Twitch Plays Pokemon by Skittycat

+ The Nine-tailed Fox at the Changing Tree, Oji by Sean Donnan

The Nine-tailed Fox at the Changing Tree, Oji by Sean Donnan

+ thecosmonaut:

My spooky Gengar pumpkin!

This here is in my house. Waiting.

thecosmonaut:

My spooky Gengar pumpkin!

This here is in my house. Waiting.

Lund, Sweden: A memorial to a boy’s life cut far, far too short at the age of five. This tombstone immortalizes one of the boy’s favorite childhood joys; playing Pokemon on his Gameboy Advance.

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This looks like a job for Joel.

This looks like a job for Joel.

+ Wii U Drops Its Price and the 3DS Drops a Whole Damn Dimension
All right.  Where to begin?  I suppose I’ll start with the news that doesn’t scramble my brains like Iwata himself stabbed a whisk through my head.
First up, the Wii U is officially seeing a price drop.  In a ploy to divert your attention from Sony and Microsoft’s Hell in a Cell, next-gen warring this Holiday, Nintendo has slashed $50 from the Wii U Deluxe Set’s tag.  The 32GB model’s newly minted price of $299 will kick in for North American retailers on September 20th.
Personal bite: I can’t complain about a console price drop.  A more affordable system pushes me closer to inviting it into my home.  Though, the fact the drop had to happen at all tells a distressing tale in regards to the system’s performance — keep in mind we’re not even a year out from the console’s November 2012 release date and a price drop is already happening.  Not fantastic.
And a discounted tag ain’t enough to catch the public’s attention by itself.  Any software not adorned with a Nintendo mascot holds up like a drop of fresh water in the ocean. You hear a story every other day about a third-party publisher ducking out of releasing a Wii U version of their hot title or, at best, releasing a watered down version.  Once more, not fantastic.Nintendo also announced a new model of the 3DS minus the 3D part.  ”Isn’t that just a DS, though?”  No, simpleton.  This plays 3DS games.  But not in 3D. Also, it doesn’t have a hinge, ridding you of the frustration of being able to close the machine and protect the screen from the elements — an innovation Nintendo foolishly invested into back with the Game Boy Advance SP.
I introduce to you the Nintendo 2DS.  Soak it in, friends.  Nintendo is billing the new handheld as an entry-level portable for youngsters…which makes the damage susceptible design even more boggling.  Reduced functionality — and, seemingly, reduced versatility — means the handheld can be yours for just $129.99.  The 2DS is locked in to debut in the states alongside the release of the world’s first 3D Pokemon titles, X and Y — it just gets better and better as we go along, huh? — on October 12th.
Nintendo’s much needed intervention has not yet been scheduled.

Wii U Drops Its Price and the 3DS Drops a Whole Damn Dimension

All right.  Where to begin?  I suppose I’ll start with the news that doesn’t scramble my brains like Iwata himself stabbed a whisk through my head.

First up, the Wii U is officially seeing a price drop.  In a ploy to divert your attention from Sony and Microsoft’s Hell in a Cell, next-gen warring this Holiday, Nintendo has slashed $50 from the Wii U Deluxe Set’s tag.  The 32GB model’s newly minted price of $299 will kick in for North American retailers on September 20th.

Personal bite: I can’t complain about a console price drop.  A more affordable system pushes me closer to inviting it into my home.  Though, the fact the drop had to happen at all tells a distressing tale in regards to the system’s performance — keep in mind we’re not even a year out from the console’s November 2012 release date and a price drop is already happening.  Not fantastic.

And a discounted tag ain’t enough to catch the public’s attention by itself.  Any software not adorned with a Nintendo mascot holds up like a drop of fresh water in the ocean. You hear a story every other day about a third-party publisher ducking out of releasing a Wii U version of their hot title or, at best, releasing a watered down version.  Once more, not fantastic.Nintendo also announced a new model of the 3DS minus the 3D part.  ”Isn’t that just a DS, though?”  No, simpleton.  This plays 3DS games.  But not in 3D. Also, it doesn’t have a hinge, ridding you of the frustration of being able to close the machine and protect the screen from the elements — an innovation Nintendo foolishly invested into back with the Game Boy Advance SP.

I introduce to you the Nintendo 2DS.  Soak it in, friends.  Nintendo is billing the new handheld as an entry-level portable for youngsters…which makes the damage susceptible design even more boggling.  Reduced functionality — and, seemingly, reduced versatility — means the handheld can be yours for just $129.99.  The 2DS is locked in to debut in the states alongside the release of the world’s first 3D Pokemon titles, X and Y — it just gets better and better as we go along, huh? — on October 12th.

Nintendo’s much needed intervention has not yet been scheduled.