Pokemon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle Official Music Video Shows Relationship Between Human and Pokemon
The Pokemon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle music video shows off more of the relationship between Coco and his parent Pokemon Zarude.
Pokemon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle gets a brand new music video featuring both the theme of the movie as well as new movie footage. The trailer footage reveals more of the relationship between the human boy Coco and his Pokemon caretaker Zarude, including some bumps along the way:
Originally slated for a release in July of this year but delayed due to the pandemic, Pokemon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle will be premiering instead on December 25th in Japanese theaters and in 2021 in the US. In other recent news, the official Pokemon Twitter account announced that the franchise will hold some sort of “celebration” in 2021 to mark the series’ 25 year anniversary.
According to Nintendo’s recent financial results, Pokemon Sword and Shield are now the third best selling Pokemon games of all time. The pair have now sold 18.22 million copies in just nine months and sit just behind Gold and Silver in the lifetime sales chart. And if you’re one of those buyers, reading up on our guide on how to train Pokemon EVs and breed perfect IVs for competitive play is a great way to learn how to strengthen your team.
From Nintendo’s nine-month earnings report, it was revealed that Sword and Shield has sold more than 16 million copies since its November release, becoming the biggest highlight in an already strong fiscal year for the company. The latest NPD data, the latest installment in the long running series has the highest launch month dollar sales in Pokemon franchise history. And for the month of November, Sword was the third best selling game, the double pack including both titles ranking at fourth place, and Shield being in fifth place. However, if you combined those sales then total it would bring them to the number two spot.
Pokemon Sword and Shield released for Nintendo Switch on November 15th, 2019. Meanwhile check out our in-depth review for the game here, in which the News Editor states that “Sword and Shield are a lot of fun, even if the series is experiencing growing pains with the transition to home consoles.” You can purchase Sword here and Shield here.
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