Travel through the Unova region while collecting Pokemon on October 7.
Real Pokéfreaks now have four games to buy this fall.
If you’ve been struggling to keep up with the outpouring of Pokémon spin-offs, supplements, and apocryphal adventures, then get prepared to be completely overwhelmed. The next mainline games being released (Pokémon White Version 2 and Pokémon Black Version 2) were announced in February and many were shocked that they were destined for the DS platform instead of the newer 3DS. We have now received word from Nintendo that 3DS owners will be able to augment their Pokémon Black/White Version 2 games with the eShop exclusive title: Pokémon Dream Radar. Additionally, an exhaustive version of the free Pokédex 3D application will be available for purchase in the eShop – Pokédex 3D Pro – that will contain every Pokémon from the property’s enormous catalog.
The surprise announcement reveals sequels rather than the expected Pokemon Grey.
In a surprise announcement, Game Freak, The Pokemon Company, and Nintendo have announced that the latest in the Pokemon series will be a direct sequel to the latest generation of Pokemon games, Black and White. Forgoing the typical "third" game that offers all of the Pokemon found individually in each of the titles, the franchise is breaking new ground with the first direct sequel in the mainline series ever. Both Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 will be coming to the Nintendo DS in Japan this June, with an American release confirmed, but an exact date to be announced.