Pokémon Red and Blue: this is the bike of the game in real life; The Pokémon Company raffles it

Pokémon Red and Blue: this is the bike of the game in real life;  The Pokémon Company raffles it

Pokémon Red and Blue represent the birth of one of the most popular sagas of all time. Many of us have grown, but we cannot forget what our adventure was capturing, training and fighting alongside Charmander, Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Pikachu and company. Among all the memories we keep, there is a very special one: that of being offered a bicycle for the price of which amounted to one million, a figure impossible to reach on the game’s counter (999,999). And now, if you live in Japan, you have the possibility of having a real Pokémon bike, because The Pokémon Company has decided to create and draw.

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The bicycle, painted in those unmistakable green and yellow colors, has several details that will delight fans of the franchise– The starter Pokémon are etched on the inside of the rims, while different Poké Balls are featured on the tire tread, which also appear on the handlebars. Of course, it should be borne in mind that it is a merely decorative object; not built to be driven. In the following video you can appreciate all the details.

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Beyond the recent New Pokémon Snap and Pokemon Unite, the saga has two prepared new releases for the next few months. The first of them (November 19th) is Pokémon Shiny Diamond / Pokémon Shimmering Pearl, remakes of the original installments we saw on Nintendo DS back in 2006. The second and most enigmatic is Pokémon Legends: Arceus, an open world proposal in which we will explore the mountains of the region of Sinnoh, which is scheduled to launch in early 2022.

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Pokémon Red and Blue first came to the Game Boy in 1996 (Japan). In Spain we had to wait until November 1999. Just a few years ago, Nintendo decided to launch it in Nintendo 3DS.

Source: The Pokémon Company in Twitter


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