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Pokémon (pronounced [pɔ.ke.mɔn]; in Japanese ポ ケ モ ン, Pokemon, pronounced [po̞ke̞mõ̞ɴ]) is a franchise created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1996, present in particular in video games, in series published by Nintendo. According to Nintendo statistics in 2010, Pokémon games sold around 250 million units. The Pokémon Red and Blue video game has sold over 30 million copies, making it a sales record in video game history.
The franchise is also operated in the form of anime, manga, and collectible card games. In the namesake animated series, the main character, Ash, travels through various fictional regions in an attempt to catch new kinds of eponymous monsters, a concept also found in video games in the franchise. Pokémon has had a very significant cultural impact in the countries where it was introduced, including Japan, the United States, Canada, France and other European countries.
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