Here's More Details About Detective Pikachu Heading To 3DS On March 23rd

Detective Pikachu is the newest confirmed Nintendo amiibo in months

Back in 2016, Detective Pikachu released exclusively in Japan as Detective Pikachu - Birth of a New Duo.

The Detective Pikachu Amiibo was unveiled alongside a trailer for the game of the same name, which will release in North America on March 23rd, 2018. The goal of the game is to help out a boy named Tim find his father. Using it will unlock special hints that will presumably make solving puzzles a bit easier. Just check him out next to the regular Pikachu Amiibo! Perhaps it's no surprise the game which inspired the film is finally being released in the West.

The game did fairly well in Japan, but it wasn't until the American-made Detective Pikachu movie was announced that we expected the game to cross over to America. When that game arrives, it'll be accompanied by an amiibo quite unlike any you've seen before. Look forward to plenty of other fascinating people in Ryme City.but it's up to you to figure out who to trust! Sadly, Ryan Reynolds does not appear to be voicing Pikachu. Detective Pikachu is now set to release sometime in 2019. Along the way, he meets Detective Pikachu, a unique Pokemon who can talk. Today, we've learned that Pikachu has not only learned to speak fluent Japanese, but English as well as he and his partner Tim Goodman are headed to the western world in March, complete with a giant amiibo.

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Check out the trailer and let us know if you're as hyped for the upcoming set of case files as we are.

There will also be a new Detective Pikachu Amiibo, and it's huge, standing almost twice as tall as the standard Pikachu figurine.