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‘Pokemon: Sun and Moon’ are the best entries in the long-running series

‘Pokemon: Sun and Moon’ are the best entries in the long-running series

“Pokemon Sun and Moon” are the seventh main entries in the now twenty-year-old series. (Photo courtesy of Nintendo) Syeda Nizami Connector Staff Nostalgia is a beast more mysterious than a Pokemon itself, but “Pokemon Sun and Moon” brings more to the table than a yearning for simpler days spent playing “Pokemon Yellow” on a Pikachu

UMass PokeNav for ‘Pokemon Go’

Pokemon habitats discorvered for the region of Lowell (Photo Courtesy/Christina Laderoute) Christina Laderoute Connector Contributor Assuming that you did not live under a rock for the summer, chances are you know about “Pokemon Go.” It’s one of those games that you either love or hate, and it seems that basically 99% of the population loves

‘Pokemon’ and ‘Tekken’ combine for a unique experience

Shane Foley  Connector Editor 2016 marks the year when the “Pokken Tournament” hype train comes to a close. A year ago, all we had was a picture of a Lucario fighting a Machamp; now, we have a full-fledged game. Being a collaboration between The Pokemon Company, Bandai Namco Entertainment and Soulcalibur producer Masaaki Hoshino, nobody

Anime Club’s Pokemon Day is super effective

Shane Foley Connector Editor On February 27th, 1996, Pokemon Red and Green were released in Japan. 20 years later, the world has set aside the day to celebrate the illustrious franchise, as did University Crossing. The Anime Club sponsored Pokemon Day on the 2nd floor of University Crossing, and held many Pokemon related events for

Anime Club sponsors event dedicated to Pokemon

Shane Foley Connector Editor On Saturday, February 27th, the world will be celebrating Pokemon. It will be 20 years since Pokemon Red and Green was released in Japan, and many festivities are planned for the holiday. One such festivity will be a Nintendo Direct for Pokemon that will occur the day earlier in the United

Classic Game Review: ‘Pokemon Yellow’

“Pokémon Yellow” helped the Nintendo franchise launch into mainstream popularity after being released in the United States in 1999. (Courtesy of Game Freak, Inc.) Shane Foley Connector Editor In the last 20 years, Pokémon has transformed from a Japanese video game to a cornerstone of worldwide culture. Fans could not even watch the Super Bowl

Pokémon expands further into mobile world

Photo courtesy of Nintendo Jeffrey Cullen Connector Contributor For anyone wanting to catch Pokémon in real life, your dream may have just come true. About two weeks ago, Nintendo and Gamefreak, the creators of the Pokémon franchise, announced their new project partnering with Niantic Inc. titled “Pokémon GO.” Slated for a 2016 release, the main

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