Are the Elite Four beating you over and over, no matter what you do? Get the inside scoop on the Elite Four and the Pokémon league champion’s strengths and weaknesses right here, and never get beaten by them again.
There is a ton of different ways to go about building your perfect team of Pokemon in Black and White, and it all depends on what you want to do with them. Whatever your purpose, engineering the perfect team will take plenty of planning.
Are you looking for a comprehensive online guide to Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver, but sick of having to piece together different articles from across the internet? Look no further. This guide will cover every subject you could ever want.
Sure, Reshiram and Zekrom are legendary pokemon, but everyone who buys a copy of Pokemon Black and White gets at least one of them. The truly rare pokemon in the game are Zorua and Zoroark, available only through a Gamestop promotion and the alternative means we cover here in our guide.
Pokedex 3D is the first pokemon title to be released on the Nintendo 3DS. A full game it is not, but Pokedex 3D does offer gamers the opportunity to view their collected pokemon in 3D for the first time. Find out more, including how to get more pokemon in Pokedex 3D.
Every Pokemon game, since the first games Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue, have come with legendary Pokemon. The two newest are Pokemon White, Zekrom and Pokemon Black, Reshiram. Both are caught in the same way and at the same places.
There are two ways to trade pokemon online in Pokemon Black and White: the Craigslist-esque GTS and the more interactive GTS Negotiations. This guide covers the latter, and includes step-by-step instructions for getting online and finding that pokemon you’re after.
Victini is the first fire/psychic type Pokemon in the history of the franchise. This legendary addition to your squad is only available for a limited time, and our guide has everything you’ll need to download the Liberty Pass, get to Liberty Garden, and actually capture Victini.
Any Pokemon Platinum Strategy guide should always include the various ways to catch Regigigas. Catching it can become confusing if you don’t know how to make it appear, and it can be a lot of work if you don’t have direct access to the Pokemon needed.
Part six of our Pokemon walkthrough for Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver takes you on an aquatic voyage across the sea as you find HM03: Surf and use it for the first time to reach distant Cianwood City.
Part three of our Pokemon Heart Gold walkthrough helps you make your way to Azalea Town to earn your second badge. Along the way you’ll get a mysterious egg, encounter new Pokemon, and battle Team Rocket for the first time.
Part one of our Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver walkthrough starts with our hero’s humble beginnings in New Bark town, where he must choose a starter Pokemon. Let our guide help you make the right choice and start your quest off on the right foot.
First introduced into the Pokémon Franchise in Ruby and Sapphire, Latias and Latios are a pair of legendary dragon Pokémon. Both of the Pokémon can be captured in HeartGold and SoulSilver, using the instructions detailed below.
Part 2 of our Pokémon gym leader walkthrough gives you the best strategies for beating the Heart Gold and Soul Silver Kanto gym leaders. You can battle these eight gym leaders after defeating the Elite Four and the Pokémon League Champion for the first time.
Learn how to catch all legendary Pokemon in Pokemon Heart Gold and Soul Silver. Part 2 of our in-depth guide covers all legendary Pokemon native to the regions of Hoenn and Sinnoh, as well as the legendary Pokemon Mew. See the link at the bottom of the page if you missed out on Part 1.
Pokemon Heart Gold and Soul Silver feature nearly 20 legendary Pokemon for you to seek out and capture, a huge step up from Pokemon Gold and Silver’s measly five. Use our step-by-step guide to find them all. Part 1 covers the Legendary Pokemon native to Johto and Kanto.