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Nintendo Pokemon Direct Next Month Says Reliable Source

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Twitter user @KeliosFR, a generally reliable source of upcoming Pokemon news, it has allegedly been leaked that there will be a Nintendo Pokemon Direct next February. This is all we know …

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@KeliosFR has a good track record when it comes to leaking Nintendo events ahead of time. On top of that, February marks the 25th anniversary of Pokemon, which adds credibility to the claim of a Nintendo Pokemon Direct.

The original tweet translates as’ Finally, The Pokémon Company promises many announcements for video games, mobile games (Pokémon Master / GO) and other important announcements for the franchise ‘, to which @KeliosFR responds with (translated)’ Pokémon Direct next month: oops: ‘. We see through your ploy, @KeliosFR, don’t be shy with us.

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Considering the credibility of the source along with the 25th anniversary, it would be safe to say that the leak is accurate. Considering the somewhat recent launch of Pokemon Sword / Shield, I highly doubt that this is the next main installment in the series. Maybe another spin-off. I’d kick multiple butts for a Mysterious dungeon set in Galar, or a second Pokemon Conquest.

Even better, a new version of Diamond / Pearl / Platinum Pokémon It would be amazing. I have been playing Pokemon as Pokemon was Pokemon, but Gen IV has always been my favorite for some reason. I think it’s because it was the first to have some kind of 3D graphics on a handheld Pokemon game.

Now that I think about it, it could be a collection of the oldest games in one package. Hey, I’m just speculating and waiting.

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