The Pokemon Company, curator of all things Pokemon, has intimated that 2013 is to be one of the biggest years in Pokemon history. With new games, toys, and even a television show to come, the next twelve months promise to be interesting.
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The Wii U is a big upgrade specs wise over its predecessor the Wii, but in terms of sales it is likely to be something of a lemon. Nintendo has made some strange decisions concerning the Wii U, and while only time will tell whether they pay off, early signs seem to indicate that the console could end up being a massive drag on the company’s profits.
Gen III, one of the most popular iterations of Pokémon is likely to be remade in the near future. Just how soon that may be is up for plenty of conjecture however, but with the release of Pokemon X and Y, a return to Hoenn just became a lot more feasible.
Used games make up a massive amount of retailers sales, and gamers love the cheaper prices they bring. But with a new generation of consoles imminent, the market may be about to disappear. Tim explains why this may not be such a bad thing.
After impressing critics and the public alike with the first two offerings in the Call of Juarez series, developers Techland then bombed with their next installment, The Cartel. Can the fourth game, announced recently, recapture the success of the first two games, or will it crash and burn like the third?
The PS Vita appears to be travelling along by the skin of its teeth. Despite elevated sales in Japan, it continues to be outsold by the 3DS. Can a console that occupies such an obscure place in the market compete with the wide-scale appeal of the 3DS?
The 3DS is a big upgrade over its predecessor, but no one seems to know it. Pokemon X and Y are BIG updates over their predecessors, and everybody knows it. Do the two go hand in hand? Are they worth each other?