Gotta Catch 'em all at Toys R' Us

In case you couldn't tell, this is big news for Pokemon fans and shoppers of Toys R' Us. Head out on the dates shown on the banner to your local store and get your free Pokemon DLC. Or should I say Wi-fi content? Ho-ho!

I'd be kind of embarrassed to go, but hey, Gamefreak still makes good games! Basically, if you've never heard of this before, Toys R' Us periodically sponsors events for DS enthusiasts, and if you visit on certain times, you can download a new Pokemon character to your game. The character is either completely new, and only available at special events (like Shaymin), or their unlock is so convoluted that you had better just go get them for free (Regigigas).

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Neo Nugget5657d ago

Pokemon still owns, either though I haven't played it in a while. Waiting for Platinum :)

Might do this if I have time. You know, for kicks.

VMAN_015657d ago

Pokemon died for me after the original 152 pokemon the ones after slowly started to look like aliens.

Proxy5657d ago

Like that robot in the article picture?

chrisjc5657d ago

Hahahah. "The robot in the picture"

The gameplay is still great in my opinion. Yes, the pokemon get progressively more idiotic but I still love it.

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