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Pokemon News Round-Up: Pikachu Sweets new items, Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo reopening info, Pokemon Home clone/hack protection, and more

A big rundown of today's Pokemon tidbits

Pikachu Sweets by Pokemon Cafe menu expansion

- new items will be released on March 6, 2020
- lineup includes Pikachu and Eevee Cupcakes, pastries featuring Goomy and Gulpin, and purple and red beverages

Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo Renewal commemorative merchandise

- merch line features Pikachu and friends in a joyful park setting
- available at Pokemon Center stores in Japan starting March 6th, 2020
- lineup includes the follow:

Flat pouch 1,760 yen (★)
Mini tote bag 1,980 yen (★)
IIIIfi + ® (E-fit) For iPhone 8/7 / 6s / 6 (Pikachu) 3,300 yen (★)
IIIIfi + ® (E-fit) For iPhone 8/7 / 6s / 6 (Swablu) 3,300 yen (★)
IIIIfi + ® (Efit) For iPhone X / XS (Pikachu) 3,300 yen (★)
IIIIfi + ® (Efit) For iPhone X / XS (Swablu) 3,300 yen (★)
A4 Clear File 264 yen
Letter set 660 yen (★)
Memo set 660 yen (★)
Acrylic key holder collection Mega Tokyo R 550 yen
* 9 types . You can not choose a pattern.
Flower cookie 1,296 yen
Peelable sticker 660 yen (★)

※ ★ items will be available on Amazon Japan

Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo and Pokemon Center Osaka logo makeovers

- Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo logo features Zacian and Pikachu
- Pokemon Center Osaka logo features Zamazenta and Pikachu
- both Pokemon Center locations will be giving away stickers featuring their respective logos starting February 15, 2020
- customers have to make one purchase to get the stickers

Pokemon Home clone/hacked Pokemon protection

- any Pokemon that is stored on Pokemon Home will receive a tracker value that is assigned by the server
- this value will be stored in a new field in the Pokemon data itself, as well as the Pokemon Home serve
- the tracker value could be used as a way to stop cloned Pokemon from entering the system
- any Pokemon that has the same tracker value and is sent to Pokemon Home will be automatically deleted

Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo reopening plans

- will reopen at Sunshine City, Tokyo on March 6th, 2020
- features a brand new look in the style of Pokemon Centers from Sword/Shield
- from March 6 to March 29, 2020, a grand opening campaign called Touch the Pokemon will be held
- the campaign will include many activities, including an event at the Sunshine City fountain plaza on March 20
- Pikachu, Eevee, and Snorlax mascots will visit Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo every day
- receive a sticker by taking a photo at designated areas and uploading it to Instagram or Twitter with a special hashtag

Categories: Deals and Finds
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Comments

How have I never seen a Gulpin princess cake before? That's brilliant!

I also wonder if I've had any cloned Pokémon deleted on HOME. I don't do any cloning myself, but I'm sure I've received at least one cloned Pokémon over Wonder Trades and Surprise Trades.

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