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Pokemon X and Pokemon Y were released to great fanfare this weekend, but these two games are still missing a few characters, such as Pikachoke as well as Kingsir. Fortunately, there are fans who create these custom evolutions and then post them online for all video game fanatics to see.

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Have you always wondered what Pokemon characters, like Pikachu, would look like in real-life? Well, look no further than these fan art drawings. First up, we have a digitally edited picture of Pikachu Cat, or so we'd like to think. Continue reading to see 25 more examples that just might give you nightmares.

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Designed by jeweler Arts & Gems, who also created a nifty Dr. Who TARDIS engagement ring, this amazing Pokeball creation "has a twisted shank with created green gems showing our good health at the beginning of a battle. There is also a wedding band to complete the set with created topaz stones showing our experience. Engagement ring has a Created Ruby and Cubic Zirconium cut in half to create a symmetrical design in the center." Click here to view the first image in this week's FAILS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when someone takes too long to snap a photo with Comic Con cosplayers.

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Most 13-year-old girls are busy with schoolwork or gossiping about people, but this one requested a Super Mario Bros.-themed bedroom. So, her proud dad - Reddit user Carpenter75 - went straight to work. Yes, there are even buttons scattered around the room that play sounds from the original "Super Mario Bros." game. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of pen drumming masters.

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Are you a Pokemon Trading Card Game collector that is looking for the rarest card ever? Then look no further than this "Illustrator" card, which will set you back a cool $100,000 should you decide to Buy-It-Now on eBay. According to sources, "only five copies are confirmed to be circulated, while another is in the hands of the Official Pokemon TCG Blog, making a total of six printed." Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Some say that the Nintendo 2DS looks like a giant piece of toast, and we have to agree. At $129, the 2DS maintains compatibility with software designed for the Nintendo DS and 3DS, but uses a new "slate"-like design (instead of the clamshell design used by its precursors) and lacks the 3DS's autostereoscopic 3D functionality. Continue reading for two videos, hands-on pictures, and more information.

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Pokemon lover and geeky artist Mona Robot decided to combine her two loves by re-imagining some of the game's characters in the ancient stylization of Mayan culture, starting with Gyrados above. Others include: Charmander, Articuno, Gengar, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

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In The Legend of Zelda, the Master Sword is a magic sword that often acts as the ultimate weapon for Link as the chosen hero to defeat Ganon and doubles as a key to the Sacred Realm. This master swordsmith has forged a real-life version of the weapon. Continue reading for a video.

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Ever wonder what the original Super Mario Bros. would look like with modern graphics? If so, then look no further than this video by YouTube user "Deloix". As a matter of fact, a first person version may already be in the works, or so we can dream. Continue reading to see why it's already received over 300,000-views in just a few days.

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Ever wonder what Breaking Bad would be like as a 16-bit role playing game on the SNES? If so, then wonder no more, as YouTube user "DoctorOctoroc" has made it a reality. This tribute basically recreates several famous scenes from the popular television series. Continue reading for more.

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