For the second time running, Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s trainers have collectively failed the game’s global mission. Tasked to use Island Scan to tag and defeat 1 million Pokémon, the best participating trainers could muster was a lowly 661,839. We’re 0-2 as a

With 2016 coming to a close, we thought we’d cover the ten biggest stories on Stevivor as viewed by you, our readers. It’s a weird mix of content, to be honest, so let’s get straight into it! Pokémon Go: Here’s

Details of Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s second global mission have now been made available. From 3.00 am AEDT on 28 December until 10.00 am on 9 January 2017, trainers must work together to defeat 1 million total Pokemon via the

Pokémon Go developer Niantic took to its blog to detail gifts that will be distributed to players over this festive season. From 25 December through to 3 January 2017, “PokéStops will award one single-use Incubator each day after your first

Pokémon Go developer Niantic today announced that the popular app is now available on the Apple Watch. Requiring an iPhone to actually catch new Pokémon, the Apple Watch version sports the following features: Log each play session as a workout, with gameplay counting toward

Pokémon Go developer Niantic has recently taken to its blog to declare that trainers have walked more than 8.7 billion kilometres and caught over 88 million Pokémon since launch. On average, Trainers have caught 533 million Pokémon each day. For more on Pokémon

Pokémon Sun and Moon has emerged victorious as platform exclusive Game of the Year in Stevivor’s staff deliberations. Game Freak’s latest, a combination of innovation and nostalgia, edged out both Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End on PS4 and Forza Horizon 3 on Xbox One. “This

Pokémon Go developer Niantic took to Twitter to confirm that the Santa Pikachu inside the game can evolve to become Santa Raichu. Well, technically Niantic calls the character Holiday Pikachu, but to-may-toes, to-mah-toes, eh? Trainers, Raichu will have a festive

Sadly, we’ve failed Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s first global mission. As trainers, we were tasked to catch 100 million Pokémon, in-game, and we only succeeded in snaring 16,423,231 (according to serebii). Developer Game Freak has confirmed it will adjust future missions to be a little

Pokémon Go users have taken to Reddit to figure out just which second generation Pokémon (from Gold and Silver) are available, in-game, today. Turns out, there are quite a bit, and they’re all available from eggs. Here are the eggs you’ll need to hatch

The first wave of Gold and Silver Pokémon are now available inside Pokémon Go. Togepi, Pichu and “others” are now available to hatch via collected eggs. Moreover, a special Santa Pikachu is available to catch out in the wild. Well, that's cute #PikaPresent

Players are now able to grab Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s first Mythical Pokémon, Magaerna. At level 50, Magaerna possesses the Soul-Heart ability alongside the Flash Cannon, Fleur Cannon, Lucky Chant and Helping Hand moves. Here’s how to redeem: First, you have

Niantic today confirmed that close to 7,800 Starbucks locations in the United States have now become Pokémon Go Pokéstops and Gyms. “Starbucks has played an important role in creating welcoming places for people to come together for refreshment and social

Pokémon Go developer Niantic today confirmed that new Pokémon will be added to the title soon. An actual release date wasn’t named, but more information will be forthcoming on 12 December. Rumours are swirling that 100 second generation Pokémon will be

Leaked Starbucks documents suggest that Pokémon Go will receive second generation Pokémon as early as this week. Documents, vouched for by anonymous Starbucks employees (via Reddit) state that the new Pokémon will appear in-game from 8 December (or closer to 9

The Mythical Pokémon Meloetta is available to trainers until 24 December. You can check the year’s final Mythical Pokémon out below: To grab Meloetta, open Pokémon X or Y, or Pokémon Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire and head to the Mystery Gift section.