Pokemon Web Site Has New Design and Features, Check it Out!
By Janice Somosot | February 7, 2014 10:43 PM EST
Pokemon has been making a lot of changes and updates for 2014. One of the most exciting update is the release of the "Pokemon X and Y" Pokemon Bank with Poke Transporter app and 30 day No-charge/Free Trial Period after its delayed launch last Dec. 2013. Another welcome change is the Pokemon Web site's new design and features. Read on to find out more about it. Pokemon announced the updated version of its Web site on Twitter. Check out the tweet below along with a screen shot of its brand-new design.
A Pikachu balloon floats down Sixth Avenue during the 87th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York November 28, 2013.
— Pokémon (@Pokemon) February 4, 2014
According to the official Pokemon Web site, it has been redesigned so that smart phone and tablet users can also navigate it much better while they are out and about.
The brand-new design of the Pokemon Web site is noticeably organised than the old version. There are tabs at the top of the page with colour-coded categories and cute icons that are divided into information about the latest Pokemon news, events, Pokemon TV episodes, Trading Card Game (TCG), video games and several online games to choose from including "Deerling's Season Slider," "Turtwig's Target Smash," "Sableye's Gem Journey," "Xatu's Quick Card Quiz," "Scraggy's Headbutt Blast!" and a whole lot more!
If you click on the Explore Pokemon tab, it takes you to an online Pokedex where you can find your favourite Pokemon so much easier. Simply type the Pokemon's name or number on the search box and then click on the button beside it to show the results. There is also an advanced search option that lets you explore different Pokemon by type, ability, weakness and other qualities.
And, there's a featured button for easy access to the Pokemon Global Link (Click HERE to visit it).
Also, don't forget to check out the featured Pokemon area and see if your favourite Pokemon takes the center stage. Or, see some of the less popular Pokemon have their 15 minutes of fame (or more) under the spotlight. Who knows, you just might discover a new Pokemon that interests you and you can get it for your team to make it stronger for battles in the game.
Click HERE to visit the brand-new Pokemon Web site design and features. Check it out now!
Pokemon Bank Now Available for Download in North America 3DS eShop, Download Before March 14, 2014 to Get 30-Day No-Charge Trial Period [WATCH VIDEO] (Click HERE)
'Pokemon X and Y': Pokemon Bank No-Charge Trial Period Update (Click HERE)
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