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These oversized Pokemon bean bags are brilliantly ridiculous - and pricey

Pokemon Snorlax and Ditto giant bean bag cushions
(Image credit: The Pokemon Company / Yogibo Bags)

Snorlax and Ditto have been transformed into massive beanbags and we can't get over how comfy they look.

The pair both come in at a whopping four feet tall and 30 inches wide and are available through The Pokemon Centre official store. This bizarre but also extremely welcome Pokemon item was made in collaboration with bean bag company Yogibo Bags. 

The giant plushies - that are big enough to use as a seat by the way - will put you back just over $200 in the US and just over $250 in Canada. Unfortunately, there are no clues yet as to whether trainers from other parts of the world will get the opportunity to grab one of these squishy guys soon. 

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This isn’t the first unexpected Pokemon collab we’ve seen either. Just last year glasses company JINS released a Pokemon collection that featured glasses based on the likes of Pikachu, Mew, Eevee, and Snorlax. Not only this but jewelry company U-Treasure also released a Psyduck collection which features three different gold necklaces modeled after the easily overwhelmed Pokemon. 

In other Pokemon-related news, Nintendo recently hosted another Pokemon Presents showcase which had updates on the soon-to-be-released Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl and Pokemon Legends: Arceus - which are due to release in November 2021 and January 2021 respectively. The presentation also announced a mobile version of Pokemon Unite, the Pokemon-themed MOBA which is due later this month. 

Will the experience of playing these new Pokemon games be enhanced on a Snorlax beanbag? Almost certainly, although we're happy to do the research if anyone wants to send us a Snorlax... 

Fancy revising the monster-collecting series? Take a look at our best Pokemon games list to get started. 

Hope Bellingham

After studying Film Studies and Creative Writing at University, I was lucky enough to land a job as an intern at Player Two PR where I helped to release a number of indie titles. I then got even luckier when I became GamesRadar's trainee news writer where I get to spread the word about the goings-on in the video game world. My expertise lies in Animal Crossing related topics after spending the last 15 years immersing myself in island life. I also know a thing or two about The Last of Us, and way too much about the Kingdom Hearts series.