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It’s time to return to the Sinnoh region and become the best trainer there is! Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl have just arrived on the Nintendo Switch! The pair of adventures have been remade on the hybrid console for a new generation of players. Originally released on the Nintendo DS in 2006, these games now include some more modern features pulled from newer entries in the franchise.

Step back into the Sinnoh region and meet Professor Rowan. Then team up with Chimchar, Piplup, or Turtwig and set out for adventure! There is plenty to explore in the region, such as the Grand Underground. You’ll also find yourself up against Team Galactic, so you’d better make sure your team is well-trained and ready for battle. Your opponents will only get stronger the deeper into the adventure you go after all.

You can get the legendary Dialga in Pokémon Brilliant Diamond or Palkia in Pokémon Shining Pearl. There is also a bundle pack that includes both of the games. So if you “gotta catch ’em all”, you can. The Pokémon Company is excited to finally bring these remakes to trainers everywhere. So, will you be picking up either or both of these games for your Switch?

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