Hold on tight! We are heading back to Pokemon Center New York! One more time!
We are still in the time machine and looking at the history of the Pokemon Center New York. This time we are taking a look at the statues and animatronics that once called the Pokemon Center their home.
Last week, we feature a video going over the history of the Pokemon Center that was once in New York City. In that video, it was mention that the Pokemon Center had several different statues and animatronics throughout the store.
Today, we have another video but this going more in depth at these statutes and animatronics that you may have never knew existed! With a double header video feature!
The History of the Defunct Pokémon Center New York Statues and Animatronics │Lost PokéMedia
Starting off this double header feature is a video from Mewisme700! She is the expert when it comes to the Pokemon Center in New York City. Mewisme700 may also have one of the most intense and vast Pokemon collection which includes the famous “Pikachu Beetle” car.
In this video, Mewisme700 looks over each statue that was once housed in the Pokemon Center New York. From the statues that sat over the checkout counter to the ones that once hanged over your head as you enter the famous store.
Mewisme700 even talks about the animatronics! These once moving pieces of Pokemon statues have never seen anything outside of this store. Never has been heard or seen of! The Pokemon Center New York had these only in their store and now you get to see them.
This video even gives you the faith of these statues and animatronics. So go ahead and watch this video going over the history of the Pokemon that once called the Pokemon Center of New York City their home.
Picking Up A Piece of Pokemon Center New York History
The second part of our video spotlight double feature is one of the animatronics from the Pokemon Center New York. Mewisme700 was able to get her hands on one of the surviving animatronics from the Pokemon Center New York. She was even able to get it to move! The first time in almost fifteen years! Maybe even longer!
Make sure to watch the video below to see a piece of history move!