We explore some of Pokémon’s lesser-known adventures.
When main Pokémon entries continuously bring in millions of sales every time, it’s hardly surprising that Nintendo’s hit series has so many spin-offs. Since Pocket Monsters: Red and Green arrived in Japan one fateful February in 1996, we’ve witnessed over 100 different games, and even dedicated fans only have so much time.
Many are familiar with bigger spin-offs like Pokémon Snap, Pokkén Tournament, Stadium, and Go, but plenty ended up slipping through the cracks, too. For better or worse, they’ve brought us significant variety to Pokémon’s formula over the years, covering everything from edutainment, racing, and even tactical RPGs.
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