‘Pokémon Go’ gives new meaning to gaming despite flaws
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 | Michael Rowe ’18 poses the Pokémon themed t-shirt from the varsity shop. By Sam Romero ’17 THE ROUNDUP “Pokemon Go” became an instant success and sensation on the App Store for every Pokemon and non-Pokemon fan when it debuted in the United States July 6. Prior to being released in the United States, it had constantly been delayed. Pokemon Go was released in other…
Nintendo innovates classic formula for Pokémon
By Jace Riley ’16 THE ROUNDUP “Pokémon X and Y” 9 out of 10 In 1998, the United States got its first taste of the world of Pokémon. Since then there have been 20 video games leading up to the newest release of “Pokémon X and Y.” Like in the past the games are released separately to encourage trading with your friends to fill up the expansive pokédex. However, this…
‘Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver’ are a definite catch

Many have played and loved “Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal,” keeping the good parts of “Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow” while also adding new and original content.

“Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver,” the remakes of “Gold, Silver and Crystal,” do not disappoint.

I played HeartGold, mainly because Ho-oh, the mascot of both “Pokémon Gold” and “HeartGold,” is pretty darn cool.