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Via: Pika Pika
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A few weeks ago an anonymous group of inspired artists erected a giant Pikachu statue in New Orleans, as a landmark of sorts for the Pokémon GO fans to appreciate. Check out the following video, which explains why the statue was taken down:

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SPOILERS: Mythical Pokémon Leaked

After the first three filler images the rest of the images are all spoilers! Beware! These are still unconfirmed!

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Been waiting for an excuse to get a 3DS (or 2DS, or an XL)? Here's your chance! If you register a system and a game, you'll get a free digital download code for either Pokémon X or Y.

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Via: kotaku
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After nine years of work by Pokémon Uranium's developers, and a reported 1.5 million downloads, the inspired fan-made game has officially been shut down by Nintendo---specifically, all the download links were removed before Nintendo could pursue them with any legal action.



Some truly saddening news, as Pokémon Uranium was definitely a game worth getting real excited about! Featured over 150 new Pokémon, a new type of 'nuclear' Pokémon, and dozens of hours of new content with a well-developed storyline. See the original trailer here:



This isn't the first time we've seen Nintendo bring down the ban hammer on a fan re-make: Nintendo gave the same treatment to "AM2R," a remake of the GameBoy classic Metroid II.