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Pokémon TV

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Not to be confused with Pokémon Channel.

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Pokémon TV is a service by The Pokémon Company International for watching Pokémon media, such as Pokémon the Series episodes, Play! Pokémon matches, and "Junior" content for young viewers.

The idea of a franchise-specific Nintendo operated animation service is similar to Kirby TV Channel and others.

Pokémon TV was originally released on November 2010. An iOS (Chromecast support included) was released the App Store for iOS (with Chromecast support) as were tvOS (Apple TV), Google Play (Android with Chromecast support), Amazon Appstore (Amazon Fire TV), and Roku Channel Store versions (Roku devices).

The Nintendo Switch version was released on August 26, 2021.[1]

Details[edit]

  • Supported Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Russian
  • Supported Play Modes: TV and Dock, Joy-Cons detached, Joy-Cons attached
  • Required Space: 108 MB
  • Number of Players: 1
  • Supported Controllers: Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
  • Save Data Cloud: Supported
  • Genre: Lifestyle/Other
  • Release Date: 26/08/2021

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