Pokemon fans have yet another way to celebrate its 25th anniversary, as Re-Ment just released a new line of stained glass Pokemon figurines. In total, there are six different figures to collect, each one depicting an iconic Pokemon from the series' past. Players can find Pikachu, Ho-Oh, Lugia, Mew, Umbreon, and Gardevoir stained glass figurines, each of which can be obtained from within a blind box full of other collectibles.
Each Pokémon blind box costs 990 yen, which comes out to about $9.29 USD. At the moment, the boxes are expected to hit stores across Japan, but there hasn't been any word about a worldwide release. It's not clear how long these figurines will be around for, but they could well become very valuable after their run is over, and avid collectors wouldn't want to miss them anyway.
The figurines released on February 27th of 2021, a date that also marks the 25th anniversary of Pokemon as a whole. In celebration of this momentous occasion, Nintendo revealed a ton of news regarding the future of Pokemon, including the highly anticipated remakes Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl.
Naturally, it hasn't taken long for fans to start talking about Generation 5 remakes, but that is likely a long ways away. In the meantime, hardcore Pokemon fans can try and get their hands on all six of these collectible stained glass figurines. At the very least players would need to purchase six boxes, but there's a good chance that they'll get some duplicates along the way.
2021 marks the 25th anniversary of the Pokemon franchise, and people all around the world are celebrating in their own way. Fans are showing their love by playing their favorite titles from the series, producing fan art, or even, in the case of one Reddit user, making Pokemon-inspired cocktails. What's more, this social media mixologist posted the recipes so Pokemon fans everywhere can enjoy them.
A good celebration deserves a signature cocktail, but Reddit user nakapri and her boyfriend managed to whip up four. There's the Charmantini, made with orange juice, vodka, and strawberry syrup; the Coffeevee, which is made with coffee and vodka, with sweet accents from white chocolate liqueur; the Togepi sour, which uses egg whites and rum; and the Gengar punch, which is a mix of gin and açaí berry Redbull. Each drink represents the Pokemon it's named after in appearance. The full recipes can be found in the comments section of the original post.
During a special Pokemon Presents on February 26, audiences were shown a video that showcased the franchise's impressive evolution throughout the years. This was followed by a few big announcements. The first is that Pokemon Diamond and Pearl remakes are in development, and gameplay footage was shown as part of the presentation. They'll launch simultaneously in late 2021 on the Switch and as Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Pokemon Shining Pearl.
Nintendo also announced Pokemon Legends: Arceus, which is introducing an entirely new style of gameplay to the series by being an open-world RPG. The game will be a prequel to Diamond and Pearl, and will also be set in the Sinnoh region but much further in the past. In fact, it's a time period never touched on in other Pokemon titles yet, which should be an exciting departure from tradition for fans. The title will launch next year and was also introduced with a gameplay trailer.
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