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Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow bundles set for Australian release

Last night we brought you news about what Europe and America had planned for the Pokemon 20th Anniversary, now we’ve got word from Nintendo Australia just what’s planned.

As we suspected we’re also getting the Nintendo 2DS bundles in Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow flavours.  They’ll be released in Australia on February 27th just like the other regions, which should actually mean we get them first thanks to the time difference. The bundles will retail for $149.95 and include a Virtual Console copy of the game, stickers and the matching home menu theme.

February 27th will also see the release of two new cover plates, one for Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon and the other covered in Pokemon sprites.

Wanting to get your Pokemon fix a little early this year? Well there’s Pokémon Rumble World on the way on January 23rd. The whole ‘free to play’ nature of the game has been ripped from the game and is yours to play as a ‘full’ game

Then just a month later Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon is set to launch of February 20th, Nintendo says this is;

This definitive Pokémon Mystery Dungeon adventure features 720 species of Pokémon, random dungeons filled with near-infinite challenges, and the chance to team up and battle alongside some of the series’ most iconic Legendary and Mythical Pokémon. 

There will a free theme given to those who buy the game on the eShop (until March 17th). Nintendo is also looking to give away the theme in store, but retailers haven’t been announced.

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5 Comments
  • Mad Adam
    January 13, 2016 at 10:44 am

    A pity there is no green one for us.

  • oliverwinfree
    January 14, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    It’s great to some pokelove, but I wonder if they will bring out physical copies of the games too, please make it happen Ninty!

    • Galvatron
      January 15, 2016 at 6:06 pm

      I don’t think so Tim #homeimprovement

      Like all things in Nintnendo PAL Land, if it happens/released in Europe then Australia has chance of getting it.

  • Galvatron
    January 15, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    Going to get the Pikachu Yellow 2DS but the Japanese Pokemon 2DS packages are definitely better.

    Shame that the Pokemon games are pre-installed are on the 2DS console and I don’t know how to transfer the pre-installed game to my N3DS XL without reformatting N3DS XL (aside from buying it again on the 3DS e-shop).

    Compared with other goodies of the Japanese 2DS Pokemon packages, you get the game code so you can download it to the console of your preference.

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