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 Pokemon Company's COO has revealed that the company has been having conversations about the non-stop release cadence of Pokemon games.
It was previously reported that The Pokemon Company enjoyed a record year in the previous fiscal year with a net profit of $332 million.
According to Kantan Games CEO Dr. Serkan Toto, this was a "record financial year" for the company with net profit up by 123 percent year-on-year.
Both recently-released Pokemon games have enjoyed stellar sales, with Pokemon Legends: Arceus having crossed the 11.4 million mark in just 10 weeks.
Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl have added another fresh pair of Mythical Pokemon. Patch 1.3.0 of the game is now live as well.
From now until March 27, players can receive Professor Oak's letter to add the Mythical Pokemon Shaymin to their collections.
You can now play with up to eight players via the Union Room, while the Colosseum also allows for battles with custom rulesets.
Meanwhile, the Nintendo Switch and the PS5 both also enjoyed solid sales in Japan over the course of the previous two weeks.
Here's how to unlock all of the different Field Moves in the game along with earning more than enough cash to afford any items.
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Call of Duty: Vanguard, Battlefield 2042, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, and Forza Horizon 5 topped proceedings on the software front.
The duo of remakes has topped the Japanese software charts for the third week running, with the Switch dominating the hardware side of things.
Currently available on Nintendo Switch, the remakes of the Nintendo DS classics have proven extremely popular among fans.
The duo of remakes sold over 355,000 units in Japan last week, which means they're continuing to outpace the sales of Pokemon Sword and Shield.
Meanwhile, Battlefield 2042 has sold more at launch than Call of Duty: Vanguard when it released earlier this month.
The remakes have collectively become the second-biggest launch for a Switch title to date, surpassing Pokemon Sword and Shield's launch sales.
Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are the best Pokemon games on the Switch so far.
The two remakes are collectively the best Switch launch of the year in the UK already, and the second-best launch on all platforms.
The Gen 4 Pokemon remakes are launching for the Nintendo Switch in a couple of days, and a new trailer preps for that imminent release.
Several new cutscenes are also being added, including an opening cutscene and one that you'll see after beating the Elite 4.
Ramanas Park is a brand-new post-Elite Four area where players will be able to meet a number of different Legendary Pokemon.
Meanwhile, Nintendo also reveals a special new Pokemon Platinum-themed outfit for everyone who pre-orders the upcoming remakes.
Here's what you should know about Pokemon's upcoming Gen 4 remakes.
It also provides a look at two more Gym Leaders - Snowpoint City's Candice, who specializes in Ice, and Sunyshore's Volkner who uses Electric Types.
Auto saving has been added in, but can be turned off. Meanwhile, various other smaller details on the upcoming remakes have also emerged.
New gameplay footage gives another look at various aspects of the upcoming duo of remakes, out for the Switch this November.
The Pokemon Watch returns and has a function for Hidden Moves. Characters like Cheryl, Riley and Gardenia are also fully showcased.
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?