Pokemon Art Academy Announced For North America And Europe

By Ishaan . May 12, 2014 . 8:30am

Pokémon Art Academy, a piece of software for the Nintendo 3DS that aims to teach one to draw using Pokémon, has been announced for release in North America and Europe.


The application will contain 40 different lessons that teach the user to use a number of art materials that behave realistically, including paint, pencils and pastels, similar to the other Art Academy apps that have come before it.


Pokémon Art Academy will be available in North America this Fall and in Europe on July 4th.



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  • urbanscholar


  • Eder García

    NA this fall? damn! i have no patience

  • Anko Is Furious (King T.G.P)

    Yay… Can’t wait..

  • otakumike

    just what I wanted on the ol 3DS.
    *Is crying inside because he REALLY wants a new Advance Wars*

  • Tsurugi

    Why these games they announce fast? And take years to bring Inazuma Eleven/Inazuma Eleven GO or the Yo-Kai Watch? Serious Nintendo, why?

    • fyi1191


    • Guest


      And they have to do more work with those franchises, licensing deals with Level-5, dubbing, more marketing, etc. But I wouldn’t discard them for the future either, Nintendo’s localization efforts have been pretty good lately.

  • subsamuel01

    Is it free or does it cost money?

    • Rei

      You must be joking, of course it isn’t free..and i’m gonna get it.

      • subsamuel01

        It could be free, Nintendo has released plenty of free apps on the 3DS.

  • Raltrios

    I’ve wanted to get back into art for some time now, so this might be an interesting way to try.

  • isotrex

    yay!!! Now I can draw some Bidoof. :D

  • AuraGuyChris

    Oh, so you’re running out of artists, Pokemon anime?

    I totally kid… But damn, they’ve been drawing Pikachu wrong all this time.

  • awang0718

    I hope this game reinvigorates the Art Academy franchise.

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