Pokemon Isle of Armor: All Alolan Diglett Locations

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Nintendo’s first-ever Pokémon DLC is entertaining but shallow.
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Pokemon Sword and Shield Version Differences

If you’re looking for the differences between Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield for Nintendo Switch, then you’re in the right place. As veteran Pokemon fans know, each new generation brings a pair of Pokemon games that follow the same story but have several key differences, including exclusive Pokemon, Legendary Pokemon, and in the case of Pokemon Gen 8, different Gym Leaders.

There are even differences in the upcoming expansions, The Isle of Armor and The Crown Tundra.

Here’s everything we’ll be covering:

Sword and Shield Exclusive Pokemon

As it is with all other Pokemon titles, both Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield will yield exclusive Pokemon that are only catchable in one version of the game. Usually, these Pokemon can only be gained in the other version of the game, through trading. See all version-exclusive Pokemon below.

Sword Exclusive Pokemon

These are all of the Pokemon that are exclusive to Pokemon Sword. Between returning Pokemon, Galarian forms, and brand new Pokemon, Pokemon Sword has 31 exclusive Pokemon and 32 with its Legendary.

You can view all the Pokemon Sword exclusive Pokemon in the slideshow below, or click on the Pokemon’s name in the list for even more information about them.

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Returning Pokemon

Galarian Form Exclusives to Pokemon Sword

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Shield Exclusive Pokemon

These are all of the Pokemon that are exclusive to Pokemon Shield. Between returning Pokemon, Galarian forms, and brand new Pokemon, Pokemon Shield also has 31 exclusive Pokemon and 32 with its Legendary.

You can view all the Pokemon Shield exclusive Pokemon in the slideshow below, or click on the Pokemon’s name in the list for even more information about them.

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Returning Pokemon

Galarian Form Exclusives to Pokemon Shield

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New Gen 8 Pokemon

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Sword and Shield Exclusive Legendary Pokemon

Along with regular exclusive Pokemon, Legendary Pokemon are catchable in Pokemon Sword and Shield.

Zacian is the Legendary Pokemon on Pokemon Sword’s box art, and is the Legendary Pokemon you will attain in Sword. There may be an event later allowing Pokemon Shield players to attain Zacian at a later date.
Zacian Pokedex Entry: Zacian attacks so gracefully that its movements can even captivate its opponents. It holds what appears to be a sword in its mouth. Its shining blade can cut through anything.Zacian

Zamazenta is the Legendary Pokemon on Pokemon Shield’s box art, and is the Legendary Pokemon you will attain in Pokemon Shield.There may be an event later allowing Pokemon Sword players to attain Zamazenta at a later date.

Zamazenta Pokedex Entry: Zamazenta’s regal and majestic movements overwhelm any opponents that dare face it. Its body is covered in what seems to be a shield. Its gleaming shield can turn back any attack.

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Sword and Shield Exclusive Gym Leaders

Certain towns will have different Gyms with different Gym Leaders and type specialties depending on the version of the game you play.

Pokemon Sword Gym Leaders

These are the Pokemon Gym leaders exclusive to Pokemon Sword:

1. Fighting-type Gym Leader: Bea

In Pokemon Sword, Bea is the Fighting-type Gym Leader for the Stow-on-Side Gym. This is the fourth Gym in the game.

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She operates out of the Fighting-type Gym known as the Stow-on-Side Stadium.

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2. Rock-type Gym Leader: Gordie

In Pokemon Sword, Gordie is the Rock-type Gym Leader for the Circhester Gym. This is the sixth Gym in the game.

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He operates out of the Rock-type Gym known as Circhester Stadium.

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Pokemon Shield Gym Leaders

These are the Pokemon Gym Leaders exclusive to Pokemon Shield:

1. Ghost-type Gym Leader: Allister

In Pokemon Shield, Allister is the Ghost-type Gym Leader for the Stow-on-Side Gym. This is the fourth Gym in the game.

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He operates out of the Ghost-type Gym known as the Stow-on-Side Stadium.

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2. Ice-type Gym Leader: Melony

In Pokemon Shield, Melony is the Ice-type Gym Leader for the Circhester Gym. This is the sixth Gym in the game.

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She operates out of the Ice-type Gym known as Circhester Stadium.

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Sword and Shield Exclusive Cooking Ingredients

There are also exclusive Ingredients in Pokemon Sword and Shield, which can be used for cooking Curry. In order to get these exclusive cooking ingredients, you will need to trade someone for a Pokemon holding those ingredients or you can cook with NPCs on routes or other players (online) in the Wild Area. Any recipes you “discover” when cooking with others will be added to your CurryDex.

You can buy both of these ingredients, in your version of the game, from the Ingredients Seller in the Rolling Fields or outside in the Wild Area entrance to Hammerlocke.

Sword’s exclusive ingredient is Bob’s Food Tin.

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Shield’s exclusive ingredient is Bach’s Food Tin.

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Sword and Shield Expansion Exclusives

Pokemon Sword and Shields expansions, The Isle of Armor and The Crown Tundra, each come with some exclusives for each version. Not all exclusives are known at this time, but they will be added as they’re announced or discovered.
First up are new rivals. Their ultimate goals are to train hard so that they can eventually set up their own Gyms.

1. Pokemon Sword Exclusive Rival – Klara

Klara is a rival that appears with The Isle of Armor expansion. She specializes in Poison-type Pokemon and is training with other new character, Mustard, at his dojo.

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“She’ll do just about anything to appear adorable and cute, as popularity is what she admires most of all. She goes about her days with a smile on her face, but hiding behind it is a calculating nature that she puts to very good use.”

2. Pokemon Shield Exclusive Rival – Avery

Avery is a rival that appears with The Isle of Armor expansion. He specializes in Psychic-type Pokemon, as indicated by the Poke Balls that float around his top hat (and his uniform).

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“He is gentlemanly and well-mannered but also very proud. And it seems that he’ll see you as a particularly formidable rival!”

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Pokémon Go gets easier and cheaper to play while you're stuck at home

Pokémon Go gets easier and cheaper to play while you're stuck at homeIt could be tough getting enough Poké Balls when you have to stay at home and can't visit PokéStops. To make sure you have enough balls to catch monsters with, Niantic has started selling a 100-Poké Ball bundle for 1 PokéCoin in the Pokémon Go shop. The company has launched a rotating 1 PokéCoin bundle that will change every week and will be available as one-time purchases. It's also increasing daily bonuses and giving you three times the Stardust and XP for your first catch of the day, as well as adjusting the number of gifts you can open in a day to 30.



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How to Mega Evolve in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX

Everything you need to know about Mega Evolving and Empowerment Seeds in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX Review

Playing Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is, in many ways, exactly like saying its full name aloud: It starts off strong with the Pokémon you know and love, then quickly devolves into something very strange that goes on for far too long. Granted, there are plenty of reasons to adore developer Spike Chunsoft’s remake of the Gameboy Advance’s Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team from 2005, like its memorable characters and unique premise for example. But the guts of this roguelike dungeon crawler are sometimes hard to bear.

With monotonous dungeon crawling, predictable combat encounters, and a grind that can put you to sleep faster than a blast to the face from Butterfree’s sleep powder, it could’ve used more modern retouches to punch things up a little. Rather than serving as a nostalgic remake that heightens your love for your favorite pocket monsters, Rescue Team DX tests the limits of your commitment to the series with an outdated, tiresome slog.

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Rescue Team DX is a routine roguelike where you take your favorite Pokémon into procedurally generated dungeons filled with loot, traps, violent wild Pokémon, and lost souls in need of rescue. You also recruit new Pokémon to your cause by defeating them in battle or earning their respect by completing missions, which is a huge motivator to continue the grind even when it’s at its most irritating. In between dungeon delving, you’ll interact with vendors in Pokémon Square, manage and improve your Pokémon roster, and talk to Pokémon Rescue Team’s likeable cast of characters, which makes up some of the adventure’s most memorable moments.TKTK

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The problem is this facelift does little to address Rescue Team DX’s biggest issue: the things you spend most of your time doing just aren’t that fun. Despite being procedurally generated, each dungeon is basically a carbon copy of the last, with tight hallways connecting to boxy rooms and enemies stalking each area. After the first hour, you’ll have experienced more or less all that these tedious treks have to offer but will still be subjected to dozens of hours more, practically uninterrupted.

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Combat while exploring these dungeons is a common and lifeless affair. Inspired by the mainline Pokémon series’ turn-based fights, each Pokémon has four moves and similarly take turns smacking one another around. But that familiar system has been greatly simplified and now feels decidedly low stakes. While you could decide which move to use one-by-one, slowing combat down to a crawl, the much easier option is to simply hold down the A button and let your Pokémon automatically choose the best move for you. After a couple seconds, enemies die and you continue exploring. The good news is that means combat is almost always brief, and getting through dungeons can be accomplished fairly quickly if you’re efficiently trying to complete quests and find the exit as soon as possible – and with so much tedium and so little reason to explore otherwise, that will likely be your goal.

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There isn’t really a whole lot else to do in between each dungeon either. You’ll turn in quests to net rewards and level up your rescue team’s level, curate and customize your roster of Pokémon that can be converted into allies after defeating them in a dungeon, sign up for a rescue mission to save a fellow player from a dungeon they’ve been defeated in, and visit vendors throughout Pokémon Square to stock up on equipment and unlock new camps for your Pokémon to settle in, but these things usually only take a few seconds each before it’s right back to a variation of the same dungeon you just left. Training your Pokémon at the dojo is an easy way to level up your squad and make yourself more lethal in dungeons, but guess what? The dojo is just another dungeon where the Pokémon being trained is given less than a minute to kill as many enemies as possible to boost their XP – enjoy holding A more.

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Thankfully there is a worthwhile payoff for grinding your way through Rescue Team DX’s featureless hallways and zombie-like Poké-adversaries: its characters and story are genuinely great. As a clueless human who has been transformed into a Pokémon through unknown means and for a mysterious purpose, you’ll meet a memorable cast of talkative Poke-friends, like Gengar, who plays the incompetent heel, and an all-knowing Alakazam who serves as mentor to your fledgling rescue team. While the plot does make some odd turns and often takes far too long to get where it’s going, reaching each milestone manages to make the worst aspects of combat and exploration a lot more tolerable – even if large sections of story are interrupted with dungeon-crawling padding for no real reason except to make you wait for the next story beat to arbitrarily develop

Another bright spot is the endgame, as much of the best content is locked behind the elusive credits. Evolution of Pokémon, adding legendary Pokémon to your roster, more challenging dungeons, and more mysteries. But, of course, experiencing those surprises requires even more dungeon crawling, which does nothing to improve post-credits.
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Greninja Voted Most Popular Pokemon by Players

After tallying “millions” of votes from around the world, Greninja has been named 2020’s Pokemon of the Year.

The final evolution of Pokemon X and Y water-type starter Froakie, Greninja earned over 140,000 votes, topping second-place finisher Lucario by 38,000, according to The Pokemon Company. Mimikyu, Charizard, and Umbreon rounded out the top five.

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Aside from its recognition as a Stage 2 starter Pokemon, Greninja is a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and is featured prominently in the Pokemon XY anime as Ash’s main companion in the Kalos region.

The top vote-getters from each region are as follows:

  • Kanto – Charizard
  • Johto – Umbreon
  • Hoenn – Rayquaza
  • Sinnoh – Lucario
  • Unova – Chandelure
  • Kalos – Greninja
  • Alola – Mimikyu
  • Galar – Dragapult

Other notable Pokemon in the overall top 30 include Bulbasaur (13), Pikachu (19), Eevee (20), and Blaziken (29).

The announcement comes on National Pokemon Day, which also featured the reveal of Zarude, a new mythical Pokemon for Sword and Shield.

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Pokémon Home is now available on Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android

Pokémon Home is now available on Nintendo Switch, iOS and AndroidAfter a short wait, Pokémon Home is now available to download on iOS, Android and Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo-made app allows you to transfer your Pokémon to the franchise's latest entry, Pokémon Sword and Shield, from past Switch and 3DS games like Pokémon X and Y. In the future, it will also work with Pokémon Go.



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Pokémon Detective Pikachu

Pokémon Detective Pikachu Opens Friday, May 10, 2019

Harry Goodman goes mysteriously missing, prompting his 21-year-old son Tim to find out what happened. Aiding in the investigation is Harry’s former Pokémon partner, Detective Pikachu.

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Get Ready To Capture Pokémon In The Real World With Your Smartphone

The Pokémon franchise is venturing into augmented reality for the first time, Nintendo announced Thursday, so soon you’ll be able to catch ’em all in the real world.

The offering, called Pokémon GO, will function as an interactive game that lets players use their iPhones or Android devices to “catch” Pokémon as they go about their lives.

“Pokémon GO will use real location information to encourage players to search far and wide,” a press release says. “Pokémon GO’s gameplay experience goes beyond what appears on screen, as players explore their neighborhoods, communities, and the world they live in to discover Pokémon alongside friends and other players.”

The whole concept sounds a little like Pokémon meets geocaching, the interactive treasure-hunting game whose finds are hidden in the real world.

Part of the newly immersive experience will involve wearing Apple Watch-like tech called the Pokémon GO Plus. Users can keep the Bluetooth-connected device on when their phones are stashed away, and it will vibrate and flash if a virtual Pokémon is nearby.

The Pokémon GO Plus looks a little like a Happy Meal toy in the official photos, although The Verge has some close-up shots from a Nintendo press conference in which it seems a bit nicer. It’s unclear how much the device will cost.

This isn’t the first version of Pokémon on smartphones. Nintendo partnered with Japanese game-maker DeNA earlier this year to bring original titles featuring its famed characters to the iPhone. The first Pokémon installment, a puzzle game called Pokémon Shuffle, was released in early September. 

The move to smartphones is a notable departure from Nintendo’s past strategy, which relied heavily on selling its own game consoles and devices. The Japanese company has struggled over the past few years after disappointing sales of the Wii U.

Pokémon GO will be available for free in the App Store and through Google Play. The game will permit in-app purchases, a big moneymaker for some other apps. Players of the free Candy Crush Saga spent more than $ 1.3 billion on in-app features like extra lives and moves in 2014. 

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A new generation of Kalos Region Pokemon toys have arrived! Inkay vs. Leafeon go head-to-head. Match-up featuring Inkay vs. Leafeon are now available for the first time as 2-inch figures. Each pack contains two detailed 2-inch figures and two Attack Tags. Place your Pokemon figure on the Attack Tag to bring the battle play to life. Gotta Catch ’em All!

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