Pokémon, as it is one of Nintendo's most prominent franchises, has had numerous games released. However, there have also been a variety of special edition consoles which are Pokémon themed released over the years.

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Nintendo 3DS

Nintendo 3DS LL - Pokémon Yokohama F Marinos Edition

Japan Release Date: May 2014
Price: None (Contest Prize)
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Cocoon of Destruction themed 3DS XL was given at the home game of the Yokohama F Marinos soccer team in Japan. As such, it has the logo of Yokohama F Marinos on the back. The amount of units distributed was based upon the score in each of the matches

Nintendo 3DS LL - Pokémon Urawa REDS Diamond Edition

Japan Release Date: May 2014
Price: None (Contest Prize)
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Cocoon of Destruction themed 3DS XL was given at the home game of the Urawa REDS Diamond soccer team in Japan. As such, it has the logo of Urawa REDS Diamond on the back. The amount of units distributed was based upon the score in each of the matches

Nintendo 3DS LL - Pokémon FC Tokyo Edition

Japan Release Date: May 2014
Price: None (Contest Prize)
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Cocoon of Destruction themed 3DS XL was given at the home game of the F.C. Tokyo soccer team in Japan. As such, it has the logo of F.C. Tokyo on the back. The amount of units distributed was based upon the score in each of the matches

Nintendo 3DS LL - Pokémon Battle Trozei Version - White

Japan Release Date: April 2014
Price: None (Contest Prize)
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None (Worldwide)

Description:
This special Battle Trozei themed 3DS XL was given to celebrate the release of Pokémon Battle Trozei, with many Pokémon decals on the top part of the clamshell. It is exclusive to the Pokémon Daisuki Club and requires you to enter a contest to win it. The contest ran from March 28th to April 18th and only had two units as prizes. Two models of it were also distributed by Pokémon Get☆TV

Nintendo 3DS LL - Pokémon Battle Trozei Version - Black

Japan Release Date: April 2014
Price: None (Contest Prize)
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None (Worldwide)

Description:
This special Battle Trozei themed 3DS XL was given to celebrate the release of Pokémon Battle Trozei, and has decals of all the Pokémon that featured on the cover of main series games. It is exclusive to the CoroCoro Magazine and requires you to enter a contest to win it. The contest ran until April 14th 2014 and only had five units as prizes

Nintendo 3DS LL - Pokémon Dragon King Competition Edition

Japan Release Date: March 2014
Price: None (Contest Prize)
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None (Worldwide)

Description:
This special 3DS LL was given to the winner of the Pokémon Dragon King Tournament that ran in Japan from January to March 2014. There was only one unit created of this variant, and it's personalised to the point that it contains the winner's name on the back

Nintendo 3DS LL - Xerneas & Yveltal Red

US Release Date: September 27th 2013
EU Release Date: September 27th 2013
Price: $199.99 / €199.99
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None (Worldwide)

Description:
This special X & Y themed 3DS XL was released to celebrate the release of Pokémon X & Pokémon Y. It comes with no pack in game

Nintendo 3DS LL - Xerneas & Yveltal Blue

Jp. Release Date: October 12th 2013
US Release Date: September 27th 2013
EU Release Date: September 27th 2013
Price: 22800¥ / $199.99 / €199.99
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: Pokémon X or Y (Japan) - None (Worldwide)

Description:
This special X & Y themed 3DS LL was released to celebrate the release of Pokémon X & Pokémon Y. It comes with a downloaded version of Pokémon X or Pokémon Y depending upon the choice you make. It is for sale across many stores around Japan. In the west, it has no pack in game

Nintendo 3DS LL - Premium Gold

Jp. Release Date: October 12th 2013
Price: 22800¥
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: Pokémon X or Y)

Description:
This special X & Y themed 3DS LL was released to celebrate the release of Pokémon X & Pokémon Y. It comes with a downloaded version of Pokémon X or Pokémon Y depending upon the choice you make. It features an intricate design that covers both the front and back of the 3DS. It is only for sale within the Pokémon Centers across Japan, as well as on Amazon Japan's Pokémon Store

Nintendo 3DS LL - Eevee Edition

Jp. Release Date: June 22nd 2013
Price: 18900¥
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Eevee themed 3DS LL was released to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Pokémon Center stores across Japan. To get it, people needed to sign up to a lottery and, if successful, were able to purchase the special 3DS LL from June 22nd. It has also since been given in various promotions around Japan, such as with Pokémon Smash and the Pokémon Best Wishes Season 2 Decolora Adventures anime series

Nintendo 3DS LL - Charizard Edition

Jp. Release Date: December 15th 2012
Price: 18900¥
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Charizard themed 3DS LL is released to celebrate the then upcoming season of the anime. To get it, people needed to sign up to a lottery and, if successful, were able to purchase the special 3DS LL from December 15th. It has also since been given in various promotions around Japan, such as with Pokémon Smash and the Pokémon Best Wishes Season 2 Episode N anime series

Nintendo 3DS XL - Pikachu Yellow

Jp. Release Date: September 15th 2012
US Release Date: March 24th 2013
EU Release Date: December 7th 2012
Price: 18900¥/$199.99/€199.99/Ł179.99
Model: Nintendo 3DS XL/LL
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pikachu themed 3DS XL was the first special Pokémon-themed Nintendo 3DS and is the only one to have been released outside of Japan. To get it in Japan, it was required to pre-order it exclusively at Pokémon Centers across the country from August 25th, and it was then purchaseable from September 15th. It has also since been given in various promotions around Japan, such as with Pokémon Smash and the Pokémon Best Wishes Season 2 anime series
Outside of Japan, the 3DS XL was a simple limited edition console sold in stores all across the countries. It started off being released in Europe, but followed in America soon afterwards

Nintendo eShop Cards

Unlike most previous Nintendo consoles, the Nintendo 3DS, Wii and Wii U have a special online store built into it for download. Through the times, various Pokémon themed eShop cards got released that allowed you to put a certain amount of money onto your eShop account.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon

Jp. Release Date: November 22nd 2012
Value: 1000¥

Description:
This eShop card was released for a short time in the last quarter of 2012 in conjunction with the 3DS game, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity. It was released in the hope that people would purchase the cards in order to pay for the game's downloadable content

Pokémon

Jp. Release Date: July 14th 2012
Value: 2000¥

Description:
This eShop card was released for a short time in the middle of 2012 in conjunction with the 3DS games, Pokémon Dream Radar & Pokédex 3D Pro. It was released to allow for people, who lack access to a credit card, to purchase the special 3DS download titles that worked together with Pokémon Black 2 & White 2

Pokémon Black 2 & White 2

Jp. Release Date: June 23rd 2012
Value: 1000¥

Description:
This eShop card was released for a short time in the middle of 2012 in conjunction with the 3DS games, Pokémon Dream Radar & Pokédex 3D Pro. It was released to allow for people, who lack access to a credit card, to purchase the special 3DS download titles that worked together with Pokémon Black 2 & White 2

Nintendo DS

Nintendo DSi - Pokémon Black

Jp. Release Date: November 20th 2010
US Release Date: March 6th 2011
EU Release Date: March 4th 2011
Price: 19800¥/$199.99/€199.99/Ł179.99
Model: Nintendo DSi
Pack-in Game: Pokémon Black

Description:
This special Pokémon DSi was released in commemoration of the release of Pokémon Black & Pokémon White. As such, it features a print of the Pokémon Reshiram and Zekrom on the top cover of the console and came with a copy of Pokémon Black on it. It was released worldwide in every region, but wwith the localised ones removing the game specific embossed titles upon it and just listing the word, Pokémon

Nintendo DSi - Pokémon White

Jp. Release Date: November 20th 2010
US Release Date: March 6th 2011
EU Release Date: March 4th 2011
Price: 19800¥/$199.99/€199.99/Ł179.99
Model: Nintendo DSi
Pack-in Game: Pokémon White

Description:
This special Pokémon DSi was released in commemoration of the release of Pokémon Black & Pokémon White. As such, it features a print of the Pokémon Reshiram and Zekrom on the top cover of the console and came with a copy of Pokémon Black on it. It was released worldwide in every region, but wwith the localised ones removing the game specific embossed titles upon it and just listing the word, Pokémon

Nintendo DS Lite - Giratina Edition

Jp. Release Date: September 18th 2008
EU Release Date: May 22nd 2009
Price: 21600¥/
Model: Nintendo DS Lite
Pack-in Game: Pokémon Platinum

Description:
This special Pokémon DS Lite was released in Pokémon Centers through the Pokémon Daisuki Club website, across Japan to commemorate the release of Pokémon Platinum. It features a specially embossed Origin Forme Giratina on the lid, and the box featured some special artwork. It also came packed with the game, Pokémon Platinum. It also had a limited release outside of Japan through various promotions and on the European Stars Catalogue for 30,000 Stars

Nintendo DS Lite - Pikachu Edition

Jp. Release Date: July 20th 2007
EU Release Date: November 17th 2007
Price: 21600¥/$345.95
Model: Nintendo DS Lite
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS Lite was released in Pokémon Centers through Japan via a special lottery. First, the lottery had to be entered and, if successful, the console could be purchase. It features a strong yellow colour with a subtle Pikachu print on the lid. It was later sold in North America through the Pokémon Center website with Pokémon Diamond & Pearl

Nintendo DS Lite - Dialga & Palkia Edition

Jp. Release Date: September 28th 2006
US Release Date: May 15th 2007/August 17th 2008
Price: 16800¥/$219.99/$129.99
Model: Nintendo DS Lite
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS Lite was released in Pokémon Centers across Japan. Outside of Japan, it was released in the US at the Pokémon Center in New York on the game's launch and later in a special bundle without Pokémon Diamond & Pearl with a DVD of the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon anime and a special carry case

Nintendo DS Lite - Daisuki Club - I Love Pikachu

Jp. Release Date: July 21st 2006
Price: --
Model: Nintendo DS Lite
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS Lite was released via a special promotion in the Pokémon Daisuki Club. In it, people could apply to win the console which features a special Pikachu print on the case.

Nintendo DS Lite - Daisuki Club - I Love Pikachu!

Jp. Release Date: January 21st 2008
Price: --
Model: Nintendo DS Lite
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS Lite was released via a special promotion in the Pokémon Daisuki Club. In it, people could apply to win the console which features a special Pikachu print on the case. Winners of this DS Lite were very few, with only 40 of the consoles being given. 25 through the Sugoroku Pokémon Battle tournament, and 15 through the Pokémon Type de Battle. This print was very similar to the other Daisuki Club Pikachu DS Lite, but featured a new logo.

Nintendo DS Lite - Daisuki Club - I Love Turtwig!

Jp. Release Date: January 21st 2008
Price: --
Model: Nintendo DS Lite
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS Lite was released via a special promotion in the Pokémon Daisuki Club. In it, people could apply to win the console which features a special Turtwig print on the case. Winners of this DS Lite were very few, with only 40 of the consoles being given. 25 through the Sugoroku Pokémon Battle tournament, and 15 through the Pokémon Type de Battle

Nintendo DS Lite - Daisuki Club - I Love Chimchar!

Jp. Release Date: January 21st 2008
Price: --
Model: Nintendo DS Lite
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS Lite was released via a special promotion in the Pokémon Daisuki Club. In it, people could apply to win the console which features a special Chimchar print on the case. Winners of this DS Lite were very few, with only 40 of the consoles being given. 25 through the Sugoroku Pokémon Battle tournament, and 15 through the Pokémon Type de Battle

Nintendo DS Lite - Daisuki Club - I Love Piplup!

Jp. Release Date: January 21st 2008
Price: --
Model: Nintendo DS Lite
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS Lite was released via a special promotion in the Pokémon Daisuki Club. In it, people could apply to win the console which features a special Piplup print on the case. Winners of this DS Lite were very few, with only 40 of the consoles being given. 25 through the Sugoroku Pokémon Battle tournament, and 15 through the Pokémon Type de Battle

Nintendo DS - PokéPark Edition

Jp. Release Date: September 28th 2006
US Release Date: August 17st 2006
Price: 16800¥/$129.99
Model: Nintendo DS
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS was released in the special PokéPark amusement park within Japan, and later was briefly released in Wal-Mart in the US

Nintendo DS - Mew Edition

Jp. Release Date: July 8th 2005
Price: 13000¥
Model: Nintendo DS
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pokémon DS was released in Japan and is a simple pink Nintendo DS with a small Mew silhouette on the middle of the top cover. It was released in Pokémon Centers in Japan

GameBoy Advance

GameBoy Micro - Pokémon Edition

Jp. Release Date: November 17th 2005
Price: 12000¥
Model: GameBoy Micro
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Micro is the only Pokémon themed GameBoy Micro. It's a special Red & Black coloured console with a Pikachu silhouette in the top-right hand corner. It was released to coincide with the release of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Squad

GameBoy Advance SP - Pikachu Edition

Jp. Release Date: March 5th 2005
US Release Date: March 5th 2005
Price: 12000¥
Model: GameBoy Advance SP
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance SP was released in Pokémon Centers across Japan. This console featured a Pikachu face design on the cover. It was later released outside of Japan exclusively to Toys 'R' Us in North America.

GameBoy Advance SP - Rayquaza Edition

Jp. Release Date: September 16th 2004
Price: 12000¥
Model: GameBoy Advance SP
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance SP was released in Pokémon Centers across Japan to tie in with the release of Pokémon Emerald. It's a green GBA SP with a Rayquaza print on both the inside and the outside of the console.

GameBoy Advance SP - Venusaur Edition

Jp. Release Date: February 27th 2004
Price: 12000¥
Model: GameBoy Advance SP
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance SP was released in Pokémon Centers across Japan to tie in with the release of Pokémon LeafGreen. It's a green GBA SP with a Venusaur print on both the inside and the outside of the console.

GameBoy Advance SP - Charizard Edition

Jp. Release Date: February 27th 2004
Price: 12000¥
Model: GameBoy Advance SP
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance SP was released in Pokémon Centers across Japan to tie in with the release of Pokémon FireRed. It's a red GBA SP with a Venusaur Charzard on both the inside and the outside of the console.

GameBoy Advance SP - Torchic Edition

Jp. Release Date: February 27th 2004
Price: 12000¥
Model: GameBoy Advance SP
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance SP was released in Pokémon Centers across Japan. It doesn't have any special prints within it, but has a very subtle Torchic silhouette on the cover.

GameBoy Advance SP - Groudon Edition

US Release Date: December 11th 2003
Price: $99.99
Model: GameBoy Advance SP
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance SP was released in Pokémon Center New York. It is a red colour and has a Groudon embossed on the case and a small silhouette on the inside

GameBoy Advance SP - Kyogre Edition

US Release Date: December 11th 2003
Price: $99.99
Model: GameBoy Advance SP
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance SP was released in Pokémon Center New York. It is a blue colour and has a Kyogre embossed on the case and a small silhouette on the inside

GameBoy Advance - Latios & Latias Version

Japanese Release Date: July 5th 2002
Price: 8800¥
Model: GameBoy Advance
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance was released in the Pokémon Centers in Japan to tie in with the Japanese release of the movie, Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias. It features a special colourset and a silhouette of Latios & Latias next to the GameBoy Advance logo

GameBoy Advance - Pokémon Center New York Version

Japanese Release Date: November 15th 2001
US Release Date: November 16th 2001
Price: 8800¥/$69.99
Model: GameBoy Advance
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance was released in the Pokémon Center in New York to commemorate its opening, later with a nationwide launch in September 2002 and was later released in Japanese Pokémon Centers. It features a special gold colour and a silhouette of Pikachu & Pichu to the side of the logo

GameBoy Advance - Celebi Green

Japanese Release Date: July 21st 2001
Price: 8800¥
Model: GameBoy Advance
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance was released in the Pokémon Centers in Japan to tie in with the Japanese release of the movie, Celebi: A Timeless Encounter. It features a special green colour and silhouettes of Celebi next to the GameBoy Advance logo

GameBoy Advance - Suicune Blue

Japanese Release Date: March 21st 2001
Price: 8800¥
Model: GameBoy Advance
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Advance was released in the Pokémon Centers in Japan to tie in with the Japanese release of the game, Pokémon Crystal. It features a special blue colour and silhouettes of Pikachu & Pichu next to the GameBoy Advance logo

Gamecube

Pokémon XD Gales of Darkness Gamecube Bundle

US Release Date: October 13th 2005
Japanese Release Date: August 4th 2005
Price: 16800¥/$99.99
Model: Gamecube
Pack-in Game: Pokémon XD: Gales of Darkness

Description:
This special GameCube is a silver model of the console which came with the Pokémon XD game, and a memory card. However, the North American version came with a special faceplate at the top of the console featuring the special Shadow Lugia on top of it. which the Japanese console lacked. This console was only on sale for a few months before it dropped out of print

GameBoy

Pokémon GameBoy Color

US Release Date: October 2000
European Release Date: April 6th 2001
Australian Release Date: October 2000
Price: $99.99
Model: GameBoy Color
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Color features Pikachu & Pichu to the side of the screen and has come in three variants. One is a special Gold & Silver version, to tie in with the release of Pokémon Gold & Silver, exclusive to Toys' R' Us, while another is silver and a final one which was released in yellow.

Pokémon Yellow GameBoy Color

US Release Date: October 25th 1999
Price: $109.99
Model: GameBoy Color
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Color is the most common of the GameBoy Color variants. This GameBoy Color features a pattern of Pikachu, Jigglypuff and Togepi to the side and came packaged with the game, Pokémon Yellow, upon its first release. This console also came in different colours based on location, with Hong Kong getting a blue version and Taiwan getting a special green version.

Pokémon GS GameBoy Color

Jp Release Date: November 21st 1999
Price: 6800¥
Model: GameBoy Color
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Color was released in Japan to tie in with the release of Pokémon Gold & Silver. This GameBoy Color is a subtle silver shade with images of Piakchu, Chikorita, Cyndaquil and Totodile adorning the side of the screen. It has a label of the Pokémon Center at the bottom.

Pokémon Third Anniversary GameBoy Color

Jp Release Date: November 11th 1999
Price: 6800¥
Model: GameBoy Color
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Color was released in Japan to tie in with the third anniversary of Pokémon and is orange with a special print of Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle to the side of the screen.

Pocket Printer - Pikachu Yellow

Jp Release Date: September 12th 1998
Price: 5800¥
Model: GameBoy - Pocket Printer
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special version of the GameBoy's Pocket Printer was released to tie in with Pokémon Yellow. Using its connectivity, it had the ability to print out records from Pikachu's surfing, as well as later parts from Pokémon Gold & Silver. It's yellow and features a PokéBall for the on button, a picture of Pikachu and a silhouette of Venusaur and Charizard

Pokémon GameBoy Light

Jp Release Date: July 21st 1998
Price: 6800¥
Model: GameBoy Light
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special GameBoy Light was released in Japan to tie in with the release of the first Pokémon movie. It was released within the Pokémon Center in Tokyo and features a yellow colour with a Pikachu to the side of the screen. The consoles on-light matches its location with Pikachu's cheek and it came with a special carry bag

Nintendo 64

Pikachu Nintendo 64

Jp. Release Date: July 2000
US Release Date: November 2000
EU Release Date: September 15th 2000
Price: 12000¥/$189.99
Model: Nintendo 64
Pack-in Game: None

Description:
This special Pikachu Nintendo 64 came out in North America, and in Japan in the winter of 2000. This Nintendo 64 features an elongated console with a Pikachu on the right hand side. The Pikachu's foot becomes the reset button and the power button is denoted by a PokéBall. It also removed the extension port to allow for play with the Nintendo 64DD peripheral It came in two colours, blue and orange and came with a special Pokémon labelled controller. In Japan, the controllers were also sold separately.

Pokémon Nintendo 64

AU Release Date: November 2000
Price: $189.99
Model: Nintendo 64
Pack-in Game: Pokémon Stadium

Description:
This special Nintendo 64 only came out in Australia. It is a standard blue Nintendo 64 with various prints of Pokémon all upon the case of the console. It came bundled with the game, Pokémon Stadium and was known as the Pokémon Stadium Battle Set

 
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