A TIMELESS CELEBI APPEARS FOR THE POKÉMON 20TH CELEBRATION
Available until March 24, players of the Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon X, or Pokémon Y video games can receive Celebi and add this Psychic- and Grass-type Mythical Pokémon to their party. This powerful Lv. 100 Celebi knows the moves Confusion, Recover, Heal Bell, and Safeguard—moves Celebi originally knew when it made its debut—and it also comes with the Ability Natural Cure.
Pokémon TCG fans can also celebrate with the brand-new Pokémon TCG: Mythical Pokémon Collection—Celebi which will be available from 14 March. The collection includes a special Celebi promo card and a pin of the Mythical Pokémon. It also contains two Pokémon TCG: Generations booster packs and a Pokémon TCG Online code card.
The celebration continues with a special digitally remastered version of the fourth Pokémon movie, Pokémon 4Ever. Strange forces surround the Mythical Pokémon Celebi, and Ash must discover their secrets in this full-length feature film available on Pokémon TV from 7 March.
More details, including how to receive Celebi in your game, can be found athttp://www.pokemon20.com/en-gb/mythical.html#mar . Fans visiting the site throughout the year will find information about monthly Mythical Pokémon character distributions, retail events, special products, messages from some of Pokémon’s biggest fans, and the free Pokémon Photo Booth app, available now on the App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pokemon-photo-booth/id1084024173 and coming soon to Google Play.
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