The Pokémon World Championships had some interesting information about the Pokémon Trading Card Game revealed this morning, namely in the announcement of a new mechanic to be introduced in the Sword & Shield expansion: Pokémon V.
The 2019 Pokémon World Championships take place this weekend, from Friday, August 16 through Sunday, August 18, over in Washington, D.C. The top Pokémon competitors across the Pokémon Video Game, Pokémon Trading Card Game, Pokkén Tournament, and even Pokémon GO will duke it out to determine this year’s Pokémon World Champions.
The next expansion for the Pokémon Trading Card Game has been announced and it is known as Hidden Fates. It is a smaller expansion, consisting of 68 cards in the main set, and will be released in booster packs contained in various Hidden Fates product sets starting on August 23, 2019.
Hidden Fates is the first TCG set to introduce a powerful TAG TEAM trio: Moltres & Zapdos & Articuno-GX, shown below. It also includes various Shiny versions of certain cards, such as Mewtwo-GX and Charizard-GX.
The final Pokémon International Championship for the 2019 season, the North America International Championship, is taking place this weekend — June 21–23 — over in Columbus, Ohio and features fierce competition across the Pokémon Trading Card Game and Video Games.
You can watch some of the action live on the official Pokémon Twitch channel, as well as action for each individual category on the respective sub-channels, listed below along with the schedules.
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Wrapping up the series of Detective Pikachu Case File reviews is this review for the Detective Pikachu Greninja-GX Case File (US$24.99), which is the priciest of the Case Files but also contains the most of the Detective Pikachu booster packs and, of course, contains two sizes of a cool Greninja-GX promo card — one of which is a massive JUMBO SIZED version.