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Pikachu Talk

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Pikachu Talk
ピカチュウトーク
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Developer(s): The Pokémon Company
Publisher(s): The Pokémon Company
Platform: Google Home, Google Home Mini and Amazon Alexa
Category: Virtual pet
Players:
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Successor:
Copyrights: ©The Pokémon Company (Game Freak/Nintendo/Creatures, Inc.)
Pricing
Release dates
N. America:

February 26, 2018

Japan:

November 8, 2017

Europe:

February 26, 2018

Australia:

February 26, 2018

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Pikachu Talk is an application in the Pokémon series. It was released for Google Home, Google Home Mini and Amazon Alexa devices.

Blurb[edit]

Haven't you always wanted to have a conversation with Pikachu? Well, now you can! You can talk to Pikachu about anything—you're sure to hear all sorts of wonderful and charming responses. Ask Pikachu to "use Thunderbolt," and then hear if it's in the mood to use its electrifying move! Say "tell me a funny story," and then Pikachu will spin a yarn as only it can. If it's your special day, Pikachu can "sing 'Happy Birthday to You.' " Even something silly, like "say 'pizza' ten times," will get Pikachu chatting! There's plenty more for you and Pikachu to talk about—just say "Hey, Google/Alexa, ask Pikachu to talk," and then chat away!

Gameplay[edit]

The game involves talking with Pikachu; a concept similar to Hey You, Pikachu!. It supports English and Japanese voices.

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