Don’t Miss This Parents’ Guide to Pokémon

So honestly Pokemon started when I was already too old to appreciate them. I remember though my younger brothers were obsessed with Pokemon from the cards to books to show.

Well now Pokemon is back and stronger than ever thanks to Pokemon Go and the new Nintendo 3DS games. Luckily my mom saved all my brother’s cards and passed them down to my boys. Now I see the same joy my brothers had on my own kid’s faces.

What is Pokemon really though?

Are they bugs? Are they monsters? Are they friendly?

What about these new games for the Nintendo 3DS – what is the difference in them?

Well I am not alone in my Pokemon-cluelessness and Nintendo wants to help.

Nintendo invites you to join us for Parents’ Guide to Pokémon, a special 101 tutorial geared specifically towards parents that will provide an overview of Pokémon and the two newest games – from the experts themselves!

The YouTube Live session is on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 2 pm ET. To RSVP, sign up here:

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  1. Thanks for this!! I have NO IDEA what my son and his friends are talking about half the time!

  2. Maryann D. says:

    My children have enjoyed Pokemon for a long time. We have quite a collection of items and games. Parents’ Guide to Pokémon sounds like fun!

  3. Boy I wish I had this years ago when my nephews were small; I can remember sitting trying to appaer to rapt while long Pokemon plots were recited to me and mind was glazing over.

  4. Tamra Phelps says:

    I’m an aunt & my nephews LOVE Pokemon. I don’t pretend to understand it, lol, but I’ve seen the shows & bought the cards!

  5. This would be very helpful as I really don’t understand much about the games.

  6. vickie couturier says:

    thanks for sharing this,my grandsons are into this and I don’t know anything about it at all

  7. Julie Wood says:

    This is great and will help parents with the guide to Pokemon. I did know that they were having this. I am glad I stopped by today to find out about it.

  8. Lana simanovicki says:

    this is something worth checking out