Pokémon Concierge will follow a group of Pokémon assistants who work tirelessly to ensure that guests at businesses around the world have a wonderful experience with the iconic creatures. The show will feature wild new adventures that take place both inside and outside of businesses, and it will be accompanied by an online game that allows players to help the concierges in their quests.
The concierge is always happy to see the Pokémon guests and tries to make their stay as pleasant as possible. She has many tips and tricks about taking full advantage of the resort, from finding rare Pokémon to maximizing one’s Poké Dana points.
Although there is still much that remains unknown about the storyline for “Pokémon: The Story of Eevee & Pokémon Black and White – 2nd Edition”, it appears that this game will be based around two separately-existing target audiences. One audience will be focused on the events and storylines in previous games in the Pokémon franchise, while the other will be new players who are interested in learning more about the origins of Eevee and its Pokédex entries.
enthusiasts can expect to see new Pokémon titles, merchandise, events, and more rolled out in celebration of the franchise’s 20th anniversary throughout 2018.
The debut of “Pokémon Concierge” suggests that the company is looking to renew its relationship with fans. Ishihara spoke about how Pokémon have helped him through tough times, and he wants to give back by offering fans a chance to bond with the creatures in a new way. The stream debuted with a Psyduck walking on the beach and gave viewers an explanation of Pokémon as guests at a resort. Though no other Pokémon were seen, it’s possible that this was hinting at an announcement about another Detective Pikachu movie.
It is unknown when the long-running Pokémon anime will be premiering on Netflix, but viewers can currently watch the longstanding show on their streaming service. Until then, fans of the highly popular Trading Card Game or video games may wish to wait for a release date.