A synopsis provided on NHK's website suggests that news regarding a change (or modification) for Pikachu will be shared later this month.
Iwata: "We are pleased to announce "Hey U Pikachu 2" for the Nintendo Wii U, you control Pikachu by speaking into and touching the gamepad"
"As you have noticed, pickachu has lost some weight since the original release" ~/5 minutes footage of pickachus belly. DONT DO THIS IWATA. It's not worth mentioning trivial details in such detail!!!!
https://www.youtube.com/wat... ill leave this here best pokemon game ever made been wanting something like this for so many years
nope goona be something more like PokePark 2 but more adventure and battle focus I bet.
I'd be more open to a Pokemon Channel 2 where you can use the gamepad to watch the shows.
Pokemon 2D action platformer for Wiiu?
Now THAT'S a Pokémon spin off I would play.
I'm conflicted on it but if the concept was that you play as a wild pokemon it could work! There are tons of Pokemon and seeing how they could incorporate them into gameplay would be awesome :D
a new pokemon snap game would be a perfect downloadable title for wii u i think nintendo really should focus some on that front. for franchises like f zero or star fox which they fear wouldnt be financially viable, they could release a budget title on the eshop for like 20 bucks.
Mega Pikachu? That would be stupid considering the other mega's are either at final or don't have evolutions....Mega Raichu please! Raichu>Pikachu anyway
I think Pikachu's design is much better than Raichu, but I agree that a MegaPikachu wouldn't make any sense.
I'd like to see a mega pikachu that's just a 10 foot tall pikachu. It's in game call could be a really deep "pikaaaaapiii!!!!!!"
Male/Female versions, or limited special release down the line. I'm with ya on the Hey U Pikachu, 2. Maybe expanding Pokemon Amie.
But we already have a mega Pikachu. Its name is Raichu.
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