‘Pokemon Z’ Release Deferred Anew as Nintendo Decides to Unveil Pokemon Rainbow Instead for Franchise’s 20th Anniversary

According to Yibada, the augmented reality-centric “Pokemon Go” is a mobile phone game to be released for iOS and Android devices.

Niantic Labs, which is co-developing “Pokemon Go” has announced on its website that a demo of the mobile game will be presented to the GDC attendees.

It will be released alongside “Pokemon Go Plus,” a small wearable device developed by Nintendo, which uses a Bluetooth connection to notify users when a Pokemon is nearby with an LED and a light rumble.

Yibada reports that “Pokemon Go” will first be released in Japan, North America, and Europe. It will then be provided next to gamers in South America, Asia, Africa, and the Middle Eastern regions.

As for the actual date of arrival in the regions, Nintendo has yet to release a schedule.

As for “Pokemon Rainbow,” it’s actually not the first time that supporters of the video game franchise heard the name.

According to GoNintendo, the game has been rumored years ago ahead of the Nintendo Direct back in January 2013.

Nintendo has not yet given a word on the “Pokemon Rainbow” game, nor their rumored released dates for the game.

Reports say that the upcoming game will be accompanied by the Wii U application and will feature most of the Pokemons, both old and new.

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