Pokemon X and Y: Pokebank Released Online for European, Australian Gamers; US Release To Follow Soon!


Gamers can look forward to a fun time with the arrival of Pokebank which was delayed due to a network error.

It seems that the fans of Pokemon X and Y have a good reason to smile from ear to ear. The game’s unique feature Pokebank has finally gone live after much speculations regarding the previous network failure.

Pokebank is accessible to gamers from Australia and Europe through the Nintendo 3DS eshop. The launch has begun with a 30-day trial period extending upto March 14, following which gamers would have to pay a sum of $5 annually to access it.

Through this application, about 3000 pocket monsters can be stored in Pokemon X & Y. Gamers can also import rosters from other versions of the game through the ‘Poke Transporter’ feature. With its immediate launch in the two sectors, it is expected that the US release wouldn’t be far behind and one could expect a launch in the coming few weeks. And for gamers who download the Pokemon Bank before September 30 this year, may win a free Pokemon in the form of Pokemon Celebi.… Read the rest

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Pokemon X&Y Apps Pokebank, Poke Transporter Delayed, Fans Uncertain, Release Dates Undecided!


The Pokemon community worldwide is in a state of despair. Nintendo has refused to reveal the exact details about the return of Pokemon apps, Pokebank and Poke Transport to gaming systems. The company had previously announced free 30-day trial for these apps which began on Christmas day, December 25, 2013. However, they were not prepared for the huge amount of traffic this generated. This led to a huge strain on the servers, following which the apps were pulled offline. The overload even affected the Wii U and 3DS, which were connected through the network. Although the company issued a message on their website apologizing for the delay and announced that players were ‘having trouble setting up Nintendo Network IDs’ and ‘downloading content’, they didn’t specify any exact details regarding the return of these apps.

Now, gamers all over the world are curious and slowly their wait is turning into despair with no further announcements from Nintendo in this regard. The net is abuzz with a lot of fake dates but there has been no official date announced by Nintendo. Fans have flooded social media websites searching for a clue and are even posting on Nintendo’s twitter account looking for the coveted answer.

The apps are quite beneficiary since they allow players to transfer Pokemon from older versions of the games to the latest title. Many fans who have tried their share of Pokemon X and Y are anticipating the arrival of Pokemon Z and believe it would be apt that the company now holds the apps for a simultaneous release with Z. However, millions of fans are still awaiting the release of these apps and it is apt that Nintendo issues an official statement or releases the apps at the earliest. Keeping the fingers crossed! … Read the rest

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Pokémon X and Y Pokebank Enters Japan

Pokemon-X-and-Y_USThe long wait for Pokémon lovers is over. Nintendo UK has just come up with a new message that after the long delay of the Pokémon fans, Pokémon X and Y would be out in Japan with Pokebank. Infact, it will come with two new games, which will add to the excitement of Pokemon X & Y game lovers.

Apart from the release of Pokémon in Bank of Japan, they have also announced a new event with Toys “R” Us. According to Serebii, a totally new event has been announced for distribution of Pokémon games in Japan namely Scizor and Gengar. Scizor will have 25 levels consisting of Aerial Face, Fury Cutter, Agility and False Swipe for moves. Gengar would also be consisting of 25 levels consisting of Confuse, Ray, Psychic, Sucker Punch as well as Shadow Punch and there would be no hold items.

The two Pokémons are assumed to be released as a Mystery gifts in the Pokémon centers in coming February 2014. Now the fans need to hold their breath till then to dig up what’s coming their way!! … Read the rest

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