Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are turn-based role playing games developed by ILCA and published by The Pokemon Company and Nintendo.
They are remakes of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl, and the first mainline games in the series to not be developed by Game Freak.
The Gen 4 remakes recently had their eShop pages updated, with details emerging on how much storage space you'll need for each of them.
The Nintendo Switch Lite Dialga and Palkia Edition will be launching in early November to go along with the upcoming Pokemon Gen 4 remakes.
The upcoming pair of remakes seems to be sticking closely to the source material, but is also introducing some interesting new features.
The Pokemon Company is finally going to provide long-awaited updates on Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, and Pokemon Legends: Arceus.
The release date for the upcoming Gen 4 remakes has been confirmed, and pre-orders have been opened up as well.
A Pokemon Presents broadcast is allegedly coming next months.
The 2007 DS RPGs return with a new art-style and presentation.
Rumored Pokemon Diamond and Pearl remakes also get new details.
The presentation will last roughly 20 minutes.
Leak suggests the remakes will be announced ahead of anniversary celebrations on Saturday.
Traditional remakes for Gen 4 of Pokemon are allegedly coming in 2021.
A Pokemon insider suggests next month could see major new Pokemon announcements.
Is it finally time for the Gen 4 remakes?