Manga & Anime
- Nintendo 2DS Pokemon Pikachu Edition Japan version
- From the ´Nintendo 2DS´ series..
- Height: 20 cm
- Material: PVC
- Manufacturer: The Pokémon Company
- Officially Licensed
- 100% Authentic Merchandise
- Rediscover your favourite 80s videogames in HD!
- Each title for the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System is displayed at a smooth 60Hz via the included HDMI cable and can be enjoyed in one of three visual modes!
- Comes packaged with an HDMI cable, a USB cable for powering the system, and one Nintendo Classic Mini: NES Controller
- Rediscover an old favourite or experiencing the joy of NES for the first time, the fantastic collection of NES classics included with each and every system should have something for all players
- Relive the 80s when the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System
- Thanks to the inclusion of four Suspend Points for each title, the fear of losing passwords and game progress is now a thing of the past!
タイトル名 発売日 メーカー名
ドンキーコング 1983/7/15 任天堂
マリオブラザーズ 1983/9/9 任天堂
パックマン™ 1984/11/2 ナムコ
エキサイトバイク 1984/11/30 任天堂
バルーンファイト 1985/1/22 任天堂
アイスクライマー 1985/1/30 任天堂
ギャラガ™ 1985/2/15 ナムコ
イー・アル・カンフー 1985/4/23 KONAMI
スーパーマリオブラザーズ 1985/9/13 任天堂
ゼルダの伝説 1986/2/21 任天堂
アトランチスの謎 1986/4/17 サンソフト
グラディウス 1986/4/25 KONAMI
魔界村® 1986/6/13 カプコン
ソロモンの鍵 1986/7/30 テクモ
メトロイド 1986/8/6 任天堂
悪魔城ドラキュラ 1986/9/26 KONAMI
リンクの冒険 1987/1/14 任天堂
つっぱり大相撲 1987/9/18 テクモ
スーパーマリオブラザーズ3 1988/10/23 任天堂
忍者龍剣伝 1988/12/9 テクモ
ロックマン®2 Dr.ワイリーの謎 1988/12/24 カプコン
ダウンタウン熱血物語 1989/4/25 テクノスジャパン
ダブルドラゴンⅡ ザ・リベンジ 1989/12/22 テクノスジャパン
スーパー魂斗羅 1990/2/2 KONAMI
ファイナルファンタジー®Ⅲ 1990/4/27 スクウェア
ドクターマリオ 1990/7/27 任天堂
ダウンタウン熱血行進曲 それゆけ大運動会 1990/10/12 テクノスジャパン
マリオオープンゴルフ 1991/9/20 任天堂
スーパーマリオUSA 1992/9/14 任天堂
星のカービィ 夢の泉の物語 1993/3/23 任天堂
- Explore the land of Kalos as you train to become a Pokemon Master.
- Use the all-new Mega-Evolution to tip the battle in your favour.
- Old favourites such as Charmander, Squirtle and Bulbasaur return to fight the new breed of Pokemon.
- Care for your Pokemon with the Pokemon-Amie feature that lets you feed, pet and play to increase your Pokemon Bond.
- The Pokemon Global Link has been completely redesigned to make it easier and quicker to use.
An epic adventure awaits The world of Pokémon takes a breathtaking 3D turn in Pokémon X, an exclusive entry in the popular series for Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL. Your grand adventure will take you on your quest to become the Champion, the strongest Trainer of all. No matter where you go, you'll encounter many different wild Pokémon that you can befriend. You're also sure to meet lots of interesting people, as well as encounter Legendary Pokémon!
Welcome to the Kalos region
Pokémon X challenges players to visit the mysterious Kalos region, a strange land that will allow you to take your very first steps into the next evolution of Pokémon, with the chance to choose between three brand new starter Pokémon! Home to beautiful skies and forests, the Kalos region is full of interesting places to visit and explore. The central city of the Kalos region is Lumiose City, a thriving metropolis filled with customers checking out its variety of shops. Many roads extend from the iconic tower at the city's centre.
Begin in Vaniville Town
Vaniville Town is your new home at the beginning of your adventure. The start of your journey waits just past the ornate town gates. Before leaving, your neighbour will be eager to meet you. Plus, you'll meet the family Rhyhorn, who's resting on its pad in your front yard! After leaving Vaniville Town, the first populated location you'll visit is Santalune City. It's a lovely city, easily identifiable by the large fountain at the centre of town. It's also home to the Santalune City Gym.
Your quest to become the Champion
RPG fans will no doubt love the style of play Pokémon X offers, which sees you start off with Grass-type Chespin, Fire-type Fennekin, or Water-type Froakie before really starting your epic adventure. Along the way you'll discover its special moves and pick up experience in each battle; in turn, this means your Pokémon will grow stronger and eventually evolve. As usual though, there are plenty of other Pokémon waiting to be discovered as you go along, including new characters like Grass-type Gogoat, the latest evolution of Eevee named Sylveon, recently discovered Legendary Pokémon Xerneas, and a mysterious Pokémon that's somehow connected to Mewtwo.
What's new in Pokémon X?
Mega Evolution is described as an Evolution beyond all Evolution, a transformation found only in the Kalos region. It has also been called the greatest mystery of Pokémon. In addition to far greater strength, Mega-Evolved Pokémon may also see their ability change, or even their type. A Mega-Evolved Pokémon will be able to tap into a strength far greater than it could before, so when a Pokémon becomes Mega-Evolved in battle, Trainers will have a great opportunity to turn a battle around and snag a win!
Pokémon gain experience and grow stronger by battling with other Pokémon. In Pokémon X, that's not the only way to help your Pokémon grow – check out a brand-new method of Pokémon training: Super Training. With Super Training, it’s not your Pokémon's level that goes up but its base stats, the underlying values that define your Pokémon's skills in battle. As these base stats increase, your Pokémon can increase its HP, Attack, or other stats beyond those of another Pokémon of the same species at the same level.
Player Search System
Connect and play with other Trainers at any time with the new Player Search System (PSS), which allows you to find other people playing Pokémon X and Pokémon Y! You'll connect to other players nearby or around the world through the internet; you can even communicate with players you've never had any contact with before.
You'll see all kinds of beautiful scenery and locations during your adventures in Pokémon X. Take beautiful photos of these fantastic views. Just like a real camera, you'll be able to adjust the aperture, shutter speed, brightness, and other features to dial in the perfect shot!
The Fairy type
More than ten years after the series' first games, a new chapter in Pokémon battling history is about to unfold with the Fairy type. You've already met the first Fairy-type Pokémon – Sylveon – and there are also Pokémon from previous games that will be reclassified as Fairy-type Pokémon. They may look the same, but the strategies you'll choose and the way you use these Pokémon in battle will be unlike ever before!
Many more features
Even more new features in Pokémon X include the following: new ways to battle in Horde Encounters and Sky Battles, playing with your Pokémon in Pokémon-Amie, changing your outfit and hairstyle, Trainer PR Videos, the Battle Chateau, the Battle Maison, the Friend Safari, and the Battle Institute.Learn More