Pokédex Radio Anniversary, Pokémon Movie 17, Pokémon Monopoly – FSPR76


This week marks the five-year anniversary of Pokédex Radio! The 17th Pokémon movie, The Cocoon of Destruction and Diancie has been announced. Two Nintendo-themed Monopoly games will be released in 2014.
Pokémon Monopoly

Pokémon Origins on DVD in Australia

On April 28, 2014, Pokémon Origins will be released on DVD in Australia. It will retail for $19.99. The DVD will include all four episodes.

Pokémon: The Cocoon of Destruction and Diancie

The trailer for the 17th Pokémon movie has recently been posted to Pokémon’s YouTube channel. Pokémon: The Cocoon of Destruction and Diancie currently has no release date. The movie features Diancie, Xerneas and Yveltal.

Nintendo Monopoly games

At the 2014 American International Toy Fair, it was announced that two new Nintendo Monopoly games will be released in September. Monopoly: Pokémon and Monopoly: The Legend of Zelda will be $45 each. The Pokémon version will be featuring the Kanto region.

Original Pokémon Monopoly

If you’re looking for the original Pokémon Monopoly game, I found it on the US Amazon store. There are other Pokémon board games in the Pokédex Radio store.

5 Years of Pokédex Radio!

This week marks the 5th Anniversary of the Pokédex Radio podcast. I just want to thank you for sticking by me and for all of your support, Trainers!

Pokémon of the Episode: #217 Ursaring

217 UrsaringUrsaring is the Hibernator Pokémon. It can have the Abilities Guts, Quick Feet, or the Hidden Ability Unnerve. It stands at 5’11” (1.8m) tall and weighs 277.3 pounds (125.8kg). Ursaring is Normal-type.

Teddiursa evolves into Ursaring at level 30.



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4 comments on “Pokédex Radio Anniversary, Pokémon Movie 17, Pokémon Monopoly – FSPR76
  1. Profile photo of Maio Maio says:

    Question of the Episode

    Well, I started to hear the show a few episodes ago.
    I think around episode 65 or so.

    Like a lot of people, I love pokemon and started playing it a long time ago, with Pokemon Blue on my brand new Game Boy Color. I played every version until the new generation came on the Nintendo DS.
    On that time I didn’t have the handheld and cannot find any other way of playing it, so I “stop” with pokemon for some years.

    Although, with the announcement of Pokemon Heart Gold and Soul Silver, I wanted really bad to remember that kind of nostalgia on the remakes and I bought a DS. Well, best option ever.

    Until now, with my 24 years, I’m still playing the X version that I love.

    So I wanted to see what people were doing about pokemon. So, as a podcast lover, I searched for Pokemon related podcasts. A found some of them. But a lot were not very frequent to post, others don’t have quality, but then I found this one.

    I started listening and liked it, so I subscribed it on my PocketCast app, and until now I’m listening.

    I think this show is really good and I now that it’s very difficult to keep a schedule for making this kind of shows. So I’m trying to give the support that I can. Because I love pokemon and want to support people that also love pokemon and do amazing work.

    Keep up with the amazing work, and you can know that you have at least one supporter from Portugal. 😉


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    • Profile photo of Austin Austin says:

      Maio, thank you for your reply to the Question of the Episode. Thank you for the compliments, I do my best to make a great show for everyone to listen to. 🙂

  2. Profile photo of Dre Dre says:

    I started to listen to the Podcast last summer. I had just gotten a new iPod with iTunes and everything, so I was exploring the podcasts, looking for a Pokémon-related one. I was following Pokémon X and Y news like crazy, and I was looking for any source I could find.

    Naturally, this podcast came up in the search results. I listened to a few episodes related to X and Y, then saw that there were also episodes discussing IVs and EVs and tons of other things that I didn’t know too much about at the time, so I listened to those as well.

    I ended up binge-listening to like 50 of the episodes for the rest of the summer, and I learned so much from the show. Since not many kids my age (I’m 16) care about Pokémon, it was great to have something to listen to, and when the forums came out, a place to discuss one of my favorite things ever.

    I love listening to the show every week! Keep up the good work!

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    • Profile photo of Austin Austin says:

      Dre, I think many of us have been exactly where you are. I remember being 16 and nobody around me played Pokémon. I would always be afraid to either admit that I was a Trainer, or even bring it up in conversation with my friends – fearing that they would make fun of me. These days, I don’t care who knows. That was one of the reasons I wanted to start this podcast all those years ago. Because I just wanted to discuss Pokémon with others who love Pokémon as much as I do.

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