Video The Hunt for PikachuMay 09, 2012
Beware what you hunt for, you just might get it.
original Bug Catcher WaitsMay 12, 2012
Life is harden for a bug-type trainer.
Video Sonic For Hire: PokemonMay 08, 2012
Professor Oak isn't happy Sonic pawned the Master Ball.
Picture Hipster Ash KetchumMay 08, 2012
He caught Articuno before it was cool.
Picture Ash Ketchum As A GirlMay 04, 2012
Professor Oak is going to be more confused than ever.
Picture Pokemon RosesMay 02, 2012
Just don't try to keep a fire-type in there.
Picture Sleepy Pokemon TrainerMay 01, 2012
If I know Charmanders, that dude's stomach is covered in 3rd degree burns by now.
Picture Cheese BlastoiseMay 01, 2012
He evolved from Cheddartortle.
Picture Cubone IRLApril 26, 2012
This mother's day, why not wear your mother's skull to show her how much you miss her?
Getting around in games can be a hassle. Just like in real life, it's nice to have a faster option so that you don't always have to trudge through Mt. Moon one step at a time, fending off Zubats. Unlike real life, you don't have to settle for a used '96 Toyota Corolla. Here are the 10 greatest modes of transportation in videogame history.
10. Rush (Mega Man series)
The only thing better than a loyal dog companion is a loyal dog companion that can turn into a jet, a submarine, a springboard, and about 20 other things (depending on which game you happen to be playing). Rush, the robot dog of Mega Man, was a blessing when he first appeared now you had the option of flying across the pits of spikes instead of trying to make perilous and risky jumps. Of course, you could only use Rush for short bursts of time, just like a regular dog who caught on that you were out of Beggin' Strips.