Rhyperior, Rhyhorn’s final form, clocks in at 283kg and 2.13m. This is a big Pocket Monster. That is, except in Pokémon Go, where this Rock Pokémon is small.
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Pokémon Go is ready to expand once again with the upcoming addition of trainer battles, offering the first real head-to-head competition the game has seen since it launched in 2016.
Last week, Niantic invited Kotaku to try out this new mode at their offices, and much like the game itself, these battles are a little rough, but still provide some good entertainment as well as a foundation to build on in the future.
If Pokemon GO's gym battles aren't quite your thing, but you've been itching from some old-fashioned, trainer-on-trainer fighting, then the latest news from Niantic should pique your interest. Not only are "Trainer Battles" on their way, they'll be coupled with so-called "Battle Leagues" with CP caps, allowing every Pokemon in your collection a chance to shine.
You know Meltan, the weird little hex-headed mythical Pokemon that started showing up in Pokemon GO last month? That isn’t even its final form. Get enough Meltan together and they merge to form the massive Melmetal.
Pokemon GO trainers will soon be happening upon monsters from the Sinnoh region, publisher Niantic announced today. Those are the little guys from 2006's Pokemon Pearl and Diamond and 2008's Pokemon Platinum. The announcement said they should be in-game sometime this week, but some readers are saying these Pokemon are available in-game now!
Over the weekend, this weird-looking Pokemon began popping up in Pokemon GO. Players wanted to know more about it, but they couldn’t even catch it; when they tried, the creature would often turn into a Ditto.
No shortage of memes and conspiracy theories ensued, but last night Nintendo introduced the creature in a new Pokemon: Let’s Go trailer as the mythical Pokemon Meltan.