Even though it ended 3 months ago, I believe that we should talk about the 4 Pokemon games that were introduced at E3 this month. Pokemon Pinball: Ruby and Saphire Pokemon Box (GCN/GBA) Pokemon Colosseum (GCN/GBA) -edit-Pokemon Channel this symbol (GCN/GBA) means that there is connectivity between Gamecube and Game Boy Advanced One that really got me interested was Pokemon Box. Even though it looks very odd and might not sell much, this game allows you to store up to 1500 Pokemon (that's what I heard) onto a special Memory Card that comes with the game. I also heard that you can store pokemon from Red/Blue/Yellow, Gold/Silver/Crystal, AND Ruby/Saphire. not only that, but you will also be able to play your pokemon (maybe just Ruby/Saphire) game on the gamecube. The second game that is coming out is Pokemon Pinball: Ruby and Saphire. If your saying "sounds familiar," then you probably remember that Pokemon Pinball was first released in 1999. This was the first game where Nintendo used a special rumble feature in the game when certain things happen (this also explained why the game pak was so big). Well, the rumble feature is back, but to a certain extent. With the release of the Game Boy Player, you can put the game in the GBP, and you can then get the rumble feature while using the GCN controller. The third game that is coming out is Pokemon Colosseum. Obviously, this is the third installment of the Pokemon Stadium series. The same game features and the same game play is still there. HOWEVER, there is a new feature in this version of the game. Up to four people can hook up their Game Boy Advanced/Game Boy Advanced SP to the Gamecube, Put in their Ruby/Saphire game in the GBA, and start playing. Rumors have it that you can select what moves you want your pokemon to use on the GBA. This way, your opponent wont know what hit them (literally). Another rumor is that there might be possible connections with G/S/C and R/B/Y (based on the screenshots that I saw). -edit- The fourth and final game that is coming out is Pokemon Channel. this game shows a graphics engine that looked like it was a combination of Pokemon Snap and Hey You, Pikachu!, which is a very interesting thing. You do play as your normal self making friends with the different pokemon in the land. You are able to watch episodes from the Pokemon series, game shows, new reports, and even a short film starring the Pichu Bros. from Pokemon: The Movie 3. With the simple controls given, you will be able to do various things with Pikachu and others. Well, those are the 3 games that are coming out to Nintendo GBA and GCN soon. Got anything to say? Just reply back to this.