Pokémon originated as a video game in Japan in the 1990s. It features a world of fantastical creatures, or Pokémon, that can be captured and trained and used in battles against each other. It is the top selling video game franchise of all time. There have been television and movie spin offs, as well as numerous generations of the game. In 2016, Pokémon Go was released, an augmented reality game played on mobile phones where gamers captured Pokémon in real-world locations. It became a massive media phenomenon, with millions of people playing all over the word.
In total, there are 898 Pokémon. Each of the 898 Pokémon has a unique physical appearance, different skills, and powers. A lot of Pokémon can evolve into a more powerful form of their species. The 898 Pokémon are categorized by the generation they were created in, ranging from Generation I to Generation VII.
Mewtwo is the strongest Pokémon. Mewtwo was created as the spawn of the Mew Pokémon with altered DNA and is part of Generation I of Pokémon. Mewtwo is capable of controlling the mind of opponents, teleportation, can regenerate when necessary, and is not afraid to put its abilities on full display.
Pokémon was created by Satoshi Taijiri, Ken Sugimori, and Junichi Masuda in 1995. The company was founded by Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures and it is currently managed by the media franchise, The Pokémon Company. Since then, Pokémon has grown to become an internationally recognized brand that is loved by an audience of all ages.