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Palworld: Inspiration or imitation?

Nova Hightower, Staff Writer February 9, 2024

Recently, a new game has started to make huge waves within many online spaces with all of its controversy: Palworld. Many digital denizens have pointed to it as potentially infringing on Pokémon as an...

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A white Nintendo DS, the handheld which the original Diamond and Pearl were made for

Pokémon’s “Brilliant Diamond” and “Shining Pearl” Controversy

Reece Clark, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

As of Feb. 26, the Pokémon Company has announced remakes of the games “Pokémon Diamond” and “Pokémon Pearl.” Fans of the Pokémon series have had mixed feelings about these announcements, with...

Nintendo Switch debuts two ‘Pokémon’ titles

Nintendo Switch debuts two ‘Pokémon’ titles

Brendan Shoemaker, Staff Writer December 7, 2018

On Friday, Nov. 16, “Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu!” and “Pokémon: Let’s Go Eevee!” were released for the Nintendo Switch. The games are the first traditional Pokémon games from the series to...

New Pokémon games nostalgic and fun

Emma Rumpl, Staff Writer December 5, 2014

On Nov. 21, I took a seat at a table in a Caribou Coffee and started a new file in Pokémon Omega Ruby, prepared for a new, yet familiar adventure in 3D. Instead, I was overcome with the memory my nine-year-old...

Crowd-controlled Pokémon game spawns truly fascinating social experiment

Allison Stalberg, Staff Writer March 7, 2014

“Gotta catch ‘em all?” Maybe not this time. “Twitch Plays Pokémon,” a social experiment and channel on the video-streaming website Twitch, consisted of thousands of users simultaneously attempting...

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