Nintendo reveals electronic artist Pogo's Pokémon-themed music video "Catchatronic" which you can check out--along with a code to snag some free stuff related to the upcoming "Pokémon X/Y!"
Pogo (aka Christopher Nicholas "Nick" Bertke) is the Australian artist who created "Catchatronic" using Pokémon samples throughout the years. This is kind of his thing: he's known for making tracks based on popular films and entertainment using sample dialog and themes.
Nintendo released the video in conjunction with the debut of their new site, GottaCatchEmAll.com. On the site, fans will find rows of Pokéballs that can be unlocked using codes hidden around the Internet to unlock content related to next month's release of "Pokémon X/Y," as well as opportunities to win a 3DS XL and copies of the game.
"Pokémon X" and "Pokémon Y" will both be available on the 3DS October 12th.
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