Pokémon is a cockfighting murder simulator where children make animals fight each other for money and prestige, this much we know. In the game there’s a device called a Pokédex, which is, of course, a Pokémon Index. You can view every Pokémon you’ve seen and caught, learning titbits of flavour about them, including their location, cry, footprint and of course, appearance. When the 3DS came out, a free app came out which was a 3D Pokédex of Pokémon Black & White’s Unova Region. This app allowed you to view 3D images of the Pokémon, delivered one by one via spotpass, showing their actions, noises and even allowing you to view them on your camera thanks to AR codes.