“The Website Previously Known as Legendary Pokémon.”

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New section plus some Pokemon news.

by Arty2

It’s been almost a month since I last did a proper update of the website (only the pocket links are updated more frequently) and I am terribly sorry for this, but I have been very very busy. Anyway, now it’s time to make it up to you with a brand new section: Pokémon Architecture. This new section will feature downloadable 3D representations of various buildings inspired from the videogames or the animé. Apparently, there’s some bug in our JavaScript powered preview system but we will try to fix it as soon as possible.

Let’s get to some news about Pokémon now. Pokémon Center Online, the first official Japanese online store has closed after five continious years of operation. It has been replaced by the recently opened store of the Pokémon Daisuku Club. An interesting note: the Pokémon Center Online closing notice shares the same JavaScript code with the online Wii Store.

According to Famitsu, Pokémon Diamond & Pearl have been in the very top of the japanese sales charts for eight weeks in a row. Famitsu states that a total of 3.161.145 units have been sold till now.

In other news, fellow Americans already have the Wii in their hands while it has just been launched in Japan (along with Pokémon Battle Revolution). Less than a week remains till Australians and Europeans get their own. Having participated in a Wii pre-launch event that took place in Greece, I can assure you that the Wii Remote experience is just amazing. We’ll soon have more news about Wii on Legendary Pokémon and hopefully more updates too.

About the author

Arty2

Heracles is an Athens-based architect and designer.
He founded LegendaryPKMN in 2001.

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