'Pokemon X Y' News: Nintendo Brings Back 'Gotta Catch 'Em All' Catchphrase In New Remix Music Video; Watch Here [VIDEO]

The Pokemon Company has released a new video to re-launch the "Gotta Catch 'Em All" catchphrase. Pokemon/Pokemon.promo.eprize.c

For those of you expecting 'Pokemon X & Y' news this morning, you will be disappointed, well maybe. Yesterday the official Pokemon Twitter page for North America announced they would have a special announcement this morning, tweeting, "Heads up, Trainers! We've got a surprise for you! Tune in Monday at 8 a.m. PDT for a special announcement!" With the "Pokemon X & Y" release date coming soon, many believed the news would be about the upcoming title. Instead, Nintendo decided to bring back the famous catchphrase.

Nintendo is bringing back the "gotta catch 'em all" catchphrase in a new remix music video intended to celebrate the impending launch of the new "Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y" game. The new music video features scenes form the various "Pokemon" TV shows. The song is by electronic-Australian-artist Pogo and is titled "Catchatronic." This kind of thing is right down Pogo's alley, the artist is known for making tracks based on popular films and entertainment using sample dialog and themes.

Nintendo released the video in conjunction with the debut of their new site, GottaCatchEmAll.com. On the site, fans will find rows of Pokeballs that can be unlocked using codes hidden around the Internet to unlock content related to next month's release of "Pokemon X & Y." They will also have opportunities to win a Nintendo 3DS XL and copies of the new game.

From now until October 12, The Pokemon Company will be hiding secret codes all over the web. When you find one, enter it on the new "gotta catch 'em all" website to unlock a Pokeball and receive a digital gift.

"Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y" will both be available on the Nintendo 3DS October 12.

Are you happy they brought back the catchphrase "gotta catch 'em all?"

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William Cannon is a Tech and Entertainment writer for Latin Times. Cannon joined the Latin Times team April 2013 and holds a B.A. in Convergent Journalism from MSU Denver. William is an avid gamer who drops slanderous profanity while playing games, a foodie that believes in four unhealthy meals a day, a hat afficianado and a techie.