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A follow up to ''Detective Pikachu'' is planned for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch and is set to conclude the story started in the 3DS title..

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A follow up to ''Detective Pikachu'' is planned for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.

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A follow up to ''Detective Pikachu'' is planned for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch and is set to conclude the story started in the 3DS title..

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A follow up to ''Detective Pikachu'' is planned for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.


* TheCameo: It's hinted that the Pikachu briefly seen in Chapter 3 is [[Characters/PokemonAnimeAshAndPikachu Pikachu from the anime]].

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* TheCameo: It's hinted that the Pikachu briefly seen in Chapter 3 is [[Characters/PokemonAnimeAshAndPikachu Pikachu from the anime]].Ash's Pikachu]].


Creator/LegendaryPictures and Creator/WarnerBros are producing a LiveActionAdaptation called ''Film/PokemonDetectivePikachu'', with Rob Letterman directing and him and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Nicole Perlman]] writing the screenplay and Creator/RyanReynolds voicing Detective Pikachu. The film will be released [[http://comicbook.com/gaming/2017/12/12/detective-pikachu-release-date/ on May 10, 2019.]] It's one of the few official live-action American-made media in the ''Pokémon'' franchise after ''Theatre/PokemonLive'', which was based on [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} the anime]].

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Creator/LegendaryPictures and Creator/WarnerBros are producing produced a LiveActionAdaptation called ''Film/PokemonDetectivePikachu'', with Rob Letterman directing and him and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Nicole Perlman]] writing the screenplay and Creator/RyanReynolds voicing Detective Pikachu. The film will be was released [[http://comicbook.com/gaming/2017/12/12/detective-pikachu-release-date/ on May 10, 2019.]] It's one of the few official live-action American-made media in the ''Pokémon'' franchise after ''Theatre/PokemonLive'', which was based on [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} the anime]].


* BigBad: [[spoiler: Keith Norman is revealed to be the main perpetrator spreading R... Then you find out there was a ManBehindTheMan instructing him to pull off the crimes: Roger Clifford]].

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* BigBad: [[spoiler: Keith Norman Roger Clifford is revealed to be the main perpetrator spreading R... Then you find out there was a ManBehindTheMan instructing him to pull off Keith Norman in the crimes: Roger Clifford]].plot to spread R]].


* {{Disneyesque}}: Instead of the anime-style humans that most other Pokémon media, the humans look like they came from a Creator/{{Pixar}} or CGI Disney film.

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* {{Disneyesque}}: Instead of the anime-style humans that in most other Pokémon media, the humans here look like they came from a Creator/{{Pixar}} or CGI Disney film.



* GottaCatchThemAll: A ''Pokémon'' game just isn't complete without this trope. In this game's case, it's the Pika Prompts, which are small videos of Detective Pikachu interacting with Tim and other Pokémon. Some are generic responses while others are chapter-specific. There are 158 of them in total and it is unlikely that you'll see all of them in a single playthrough on the first try. The Detective Pikachu Toys/{{Amiibo}} can allow you access videos in played chapters that you missed.

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* GottaCatchThemAll: A ''Pokémon'' game just isn't complete without this trope. In this game's case, it's the Pika Prompts, which are small videos of Detective Pikachu interacting with Tim and other Pokémon. Some are generic responses while others are chapter-specific. There are 158 of them in total and it is unlikely that you'll see all of them in a single playthrough on the first try. The Detective Pikachu Toys/{{Amiibo}} can allow you to access videos in played chapters that you missed.


* Expy: Roger Clifford strongly resembles [[Film/OfficeSpace Bill Lumbergh]].

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Roger Clifford strongly resembles [[Film/OfficeSpace Bill Lumbergh]].

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* Expy: Roger Clifford strongly resembles [[Film/OfficeSpace Bill Lumbergh]].


Creator/LegendaryPictures and Creator/WarnerBros are producing a LiveActionAdaptation called ''Film/PokemonDetectivePikachu'', with Rob Letterman directing and him and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Nicole Perlman]] writing the screenplay and Creator/RyanReynolds voicing Detective Pikachu. The film will be released [[http://comicbook.com/gaming/2017/12/12/detective-pikachu-release-date/ on May 10, 2019.]] This will make it one of the few official live-action media in the ''Pokémon'' franchise after ''Theatre/PokemonLive'', which was based on [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} the anime]].

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Creator/LegendaryPictures and Creator/WarnerBros are producing a LiveActionAdaptation called ''Film/PokemonDetectivePikachu'', with Rob Letterman directing and him and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Nicole Perlman]] writing the screenplay and Creator/RyanReynolds voicing Detective Pikachu. The film will be released [[http://comicbook.com/gaming/2017/12/12/detective-pikachu-release-date/ on May 10, 2019.]] This will make it It's one of the few official live-action American-made media in the ''Pokémon'' franchise after ''Theatre/PokemonLive'', which was based on [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} the anime]].


Creator/LegendaryPictures and Creator/WarnerBros are producing a LiveActionAdaptation called ''Film/PokemonDetectivePikachu'', with Rob Letterman directing and him and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Nicole Perlman]] writing the screenplay and Creator/RyanReynolds voicing Detective Pikachu. The film will be released [[http://comicbook.com/gaming/2017/12/12/detective-pikachu-release-date/ on May 10, 2019.]] This will makes it the first officially-licensed live-action entry of the ''Pokémon'' franchise. Before this, the only official live-action material for the franchise was the short-lived ''Pokémon Live!'' concert tour in the United States, which was actually based on [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} the anime]].

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Creator/LegendaryPictures and Creator/WarnerBros are producing a LiveActionAdaptation called ''Film/PokemonDetectivePikachu'', with Rob Letterman directing and him and [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Nicole Perlman]] writing the screenplay and Creator/RyanReynolds voicing Detective Pikachu. The film will be released [[http://comicbook.com/gaming/2017/12/12/detective-pikachu-release-date/ on May 10, 2019.]] This will makes make it one of the first officially-licensed few official live-action entry of media in the ''Pokémon'' franchise. Before this, the only official live-action material for the franchise was the short-lived ''Pokémon Live!'' concert tour in the United States, after ''Theatre/PokemonLive'', which was actually based on [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} the anime]].


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[[caption-width-right:350:Eat your heart out, Manga/DetectiveConan.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Eat [[caption-width-right:349:Eat your heart out, Manga/DetectiveConan.]]

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* EarlyBirdCameo: In the opening cutscene, Tim passes Meiko (who you first meet in Chapter 2) on the subway stairs.


* TheCameo: It's hinted that the Pikachu briefly seen in Chapter 3 is [[Characters/PokemonAshAndPikachu Pikachu from the anime]].

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* TheCameo: It's hinted that the Pikachu briefly seen in Chapter 3 is [[Characters/PokemonAshAndPikachu [[Characters/PokemonAnimeAshAndPikachu Pikachu from the anime]].

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* TheCameo: It's hinted that the Pikachu briefly seen in Chapter 3 is [[Characters/PokemonAshAndPikachu Pikachu from the anime]].

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