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Pokemon Weekly - Are Pokemon made of pure energy?

Pokemon X and Y might be old news now, but there are too many mysteries left in the Pokemon world for us to stop doing a weekly show! This episode of Pokemon Weekly approaches a question of what life force creates a Pokemon. Are they beings of energy that simply take the form of cute animals? It sure would explain a lot, and our video deals with this odd theory in-depth. Check out the video below, and then you're free to move on to our Pokemon X and Y reviewcomplete Pokedex, and guides to Mega Stone locations and Pokemon-amie, along with subscribing to our YouTube channel so you don't miss another episode.

Pokemon Weekly is GamesRadar's weekly Pokemon X and Y show. The title was a pretty obvious hint. Come back every Tuesday for the latest news, analysis, and speculation about the next generation of Pocket Monsters. You can also check out our Pokemon X and Y review.

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4 comments

  • codystovall - December 18, 2013 2:59 p.m.

    I think they are physical beings that just turn into energy, say when gaining enough exp and changing form or being stored in pokeballs/pc.
  • J-Fid - December 18, 2013 9:24 a.m.

    Might as well rename this Pokemon Theory Weekly.
  • GOD - December 17, 2013 11:15 p.m.

    That's it shutdown the show. Time to replace it with Digimon Weekly!!!! Pokemon are energy, are captured in small devices, glow and transform into barely similar creatures, and have their final stage for some just the last stage but with Mega at the beginning? Yeah Pokemon are just Digimon. Digimon. Digital Monsters. Digimon are the Champions.
  • GOD - December 17, 2013 11:17 p.m.

    I'm hoping the next step is to further copy Digimon and have a 2D pokemon fighting ga... oh wait that's just Smash Bros. :/

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