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Look at Pokemon Black/White 2's events and screaming men

Jun 17 // Jonathan Holmes

Why can't American TV shows about gaming be like this? Watching adults dress as Pokemon, scream about Pokemon, and get into terrifying amusement park rides (presumably) for the sake of Pokemon is better than 99% of G4's programming, or any other Western TV channel for that matter. Japan even has an (arguably) better Lumpy Space Princess. Oh, and MOS Burger. I love MOS Burger so much. 

Back to the news, the video here gives us our first look on how to change Black/White event Pokemon Keldeo into his new Black/White 2 form, as well as some gameplay from Pokemon AR Searcher featuring that weird new bird form of Tornadus. It's hot stuff for Pokemon fans, and probably no one else. 

I'm still not sold on Black/White 2, as I have a strict "no new Pokemon, no purchase" policy. New forms are fun, but not fun enough to get me to plunk down $40. Now if the Black/White 2 features unlockable videos of the hosts of Pokemon Blast screaming at the top of their lung about how important Pokemon are, then I might have a change of heart.

Pokemon Smash - more Pokemon Black/White 2 footage of Keldeo [GoNintendo]


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