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25th Anniversary of Pokemon Teased at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

At the 2020 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Pokemon’s 25th Anniversary Ceremony was teased with a new logo and an exciting 2021 promise to Pokemon fans around the world. The new logo displayed below has the iconic face of Pikachu at number 25. That cheek. Pokemon Twitter “Our Pokemon 25th Anniversary Celebration will begin in 2021! Please wait for more information.”

This logo is very similar to the Pokemon 20th Anniversary logo, but no other Pokemon make up Pikachu’s face.

Oh, I also introduced the dancing Pikachu that appeared in the parade along with the balloon of Pikachu that flew in the parade 20 times in a row.

Pokemon Red and Green was released in Japan on February 27, 1996 and previously celebrated milestones based on the Japanese, so wait so long to hear what the Pokemon Company is planning for 2021. You don’t need it. release.

In 2016, the Pokemon Company celebrated Pokemon’s 20th anniversary with the announcement of Pokemon Sun and Moon (February 26th and above), Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow on the 3DS virtual console. This is a special 3DS bundle with a lizardon and a cover plate. Kamex, Super Bowl commercials, and much more.

With the release of Pokemon Sword and Shield Armor Island and Crown Tundra DLC, it may be time to hear about the next big Switch Pokemon title, whether it’s a new generation or something similar to Pokemon: Let’s Go ,Pikachu! And let’s go, Eevee!We also welcome details on New Pokemon Snap and Pokemon Unite, which are MOBA-like Co-op strategy games like League of Legends and DOTA 2.

How do you want the Pokemon Company to celebrate Pokemon’s 25th anniversary? Let us know in the comments below!

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Adam Bankhurst is an IGN news writer. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst And on Twitch.

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