Are you tired of reading about Pokemon GO gameplay leaks, and Pokemon updates on upcoming projects that leave you frustrated due to vague details? Then have some fun for a change with this fan-made Pokemon battles in Halo 5 Forge map.
The game was made by Forge creator Captaindirewolf and called Poke'Battle. Players can choose one among the three Pokemon: Blastoise in the blue terminal, Charizard from the red terminal, and Venusaur at the green terminal.
The battle in the picturesque stadium is done in rock-paper-scissors style, wrote IGN.
“The winner is chosen via element advantage, so Venusaur beats Blastoise, Charizard beats Venusaur, and Blastoise beats Charizard. A sniper rifle becomes available for the winner to kill their opponent.”
Only these three Pokemon can be used by players to battle while other Pokemon like Magikarp, Pokemon, and Snorlax can be found all over the map. Watch the footage below.
Meanwhile, fans outside Japan will have the chance to prepare the tasty Pokemon recipes that they saw on the Internet. Viz Media announced that they will publish the English version of The Pokemon Cookbook: Easy and Fun Recipes which will be released on December 6th.
Beth Kawasaki, Viz's senior editorial director made the announcement recently through an interview with ICv2 according to Comicbook. The Pokemon cookbook that is currently sold in Japan contains Pokemon recipes like Meowth mashed potatoes, Pikachu ramen, Psyduck omelets, and more. The recipes are presented creatively to look like heads and bodies of various Pokemon.
Viz Media currently runs the American version of the Pokemon Adventures manga series which was launched in 1999 and in the San Diego Comic-Con, the company will bring Hidenori Kusaka and Satoshi Yamamoto, the creators of the manga series as part of Pokemon 20th anniversary.
Photo Credit: The Pokemon Company, Comicbook