Nee, HelloPika is the new pocked-sized Pikachu robot releasing on August 4 that will respond to talk who talk to it. The product is being released in Japan at toy shops and department stores across Japan as well as via online shops including Takara Tomy who developed this product.
The robot was developed in order to create a lifelike Pikachu for people to own. When you call to it, Nee, Pikachu! (Hey, Pikachu!) he will turn his adorable face to you and reply. After it is released in Japan there are plans to later release it in South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
Pikachu will say his cute and iconic lines you like Pikapika and Pikapi! If you reply to him he will sing, use Thunderbolt, nod, laugh and more. You can make his cheeks light up, and he will laugh if you poke him on his side.
HelloPika responds to sounds, so anybody can enjoy playing with him whether they’re a young and budding Pokémon Trainer or a seasoned Pokémon Champion. Standing at just 10cm in height, he’ll fit right in your pocket, so you can feel just like Ash as you battle your way to the Pokémon League.
Head on out there with your very own Pikachu and catch them all!
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