This dude needs to start up some sort of business out of his place, and he definitely needs to call it 'The Safari Zone.' If this is all legit and not the deceptive work of decent photoshopping skills, then I'm pretty sure there are plenty of players out there that'd be ready to cruise through his condo.
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:
A new event has been revealed by The Pokémon Company to run in Gamestop. The first event runs from August 19 to September 8 and offers a download of a shiny Dialga. From September 9 to September 29, a shiny Palkia will be distributed and from September 30 to October 20, a shiny Giratina will be distributed.
Nintendo and The Pokémon Company International have postponed the launch of Pokémon Bank and Poké Transporter - two software applications that were originally scheduled to launch for Nintendo 3DS on Dec. 27 - due to a large volume of traffic to the Nintendo Network service. Due to the high traffic, players are having trouble setting up Nintendo Network IDs and downloading content in the Nintendo eShop on both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. We truly regret the inconvenience, and wish to reassure everyone that providing a solution is our top priority. We apologize for the delay and thank you for your continued patience.