Pokemon MixWatch

Pokemon MixWatch Lets You Customize Your Own Watch

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Megahouse revealedPokemon MixWatch that allows users to decorate and customize the watch in their own style. It will be available in late April 2021. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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A single package will contain three frames, including a special one modeled after Pikachu, four design films, and six decoration parts based on Pikachu, Eevee, Gengar, Mimikyu, Galarian Ponyta, and a Poke Ball. It will also come with ten belt parts — five for each of the two available colors.

The Pokemon MixWatch is designed with customization in mind. You can easily attach and replace the parts at any time. Additionally, you can customize the watch even further with parts from other MixWatch series as well. Megahouse noted that there are more than a million possible combinations. Every watch will be different, as the same decorations can be placed on different spots.

 

The new, upcoming game in the series is New Pokemon Snap, which will be available for Nintendo Switch worldwide on April 30, 2021. The game will have its own collection of merchandise. The Pokemon Company will also collaborate with museums across Japan to hold temporary Pokemon Fossil Museums. The Galarian Ponyta made its first appearance in Pokemon Sword and Shield, the latest mainline games available immediately on Nintendo Switch.


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