We've highlighted a few videos from Man At Arms, the web series where master swordsmith Tony Swatton recreates famous weaponry from movies and TV before, but to be honest, they're not usually my thing. Don't get me wrong, it's super neat to see the forging process that goes into recreating, say, Thor's hammer, and I can certainly appreciate the craftsmanship, but that's about it. Unless, of course, you tell me that they have made a real life Pokémon, in which case I am suddenly very interested.
That's what happens in the latest installment, where Swatton and his team recreate Honedge, the sentient sword that was introduced to gamers in PokémonX and Y, and it's pretty awesome. Check out the video below!
Pokémon X and Y were released last week, and I'm pretty comfortable with going ahead and declaring them to be the best video games of the year. Seriously, when Grand Theft Auto 5 lets you pet Pikachu and feed him cupcakes to make him better at fighting, then we can have a debate about it. Until then, it's not even close.
Of course, in addition to the all-important cuddling-and-cupcake mechanics, the new generation of Pokémon has also introduced an entirely new bunch of imaginary little fighting animals into the mix. So today, as is our traditionhere at ComicsAlliance, I'm taking a look at the new batch to figure out the best new Pokémon from X and Y!
As we all know, the world of Pokémon is 100% scientifically accurate in all ways, particularly in the highly educational way that it demonstrates biological evolution. It's important for kids today to realize that, over time -- say, two or three hours of fighting electric spiders -- a species can change an adapt and grow an even larger flower on its back that can shoot out laser beams. It's important, then, that the upcoming Pokémon X and Y include the latest scientific discovery: a magic rock that can cause your Pokémon to evolve into an Ultimate Final Form while in battle.
Check out footage of this incredible discovery below!
Just when you thought you were on the verge of catching 'em all and allowing your soul the rest it so desperately craves, Nintendo announced today that the next Pokémon games are on the way for worldwide release in October 2013 on the 3DS. And not only that, but Pokém
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