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Is the "myths" section particularly relevant? After all, this wiki is primarily dedicated to Pokemon; anything else should be basic information. In addition, the whole idea of the section is that it's based on a "popular belief," no evidence of which is given. I like to assume good faith, so I won't share my theory as to why the section was added, but nonetheless it is unnecessary. If anyone disagrees, please let me know, or I will remove it. —Unknownwarrior33 05:41, 5 February 2011 (UTC)
- I had no idea that was even a "popular belief" and at any rate I dont think its relevant to the article (from our perspective at least, as you said), go ahead and remove it. --ZestyCactus 06:10, 5 February 2011 (UTC)
I am in the UK and I own a Pikachu N64. As far as I remember it came bundled with Pokemon Stadium and possibly Snap too. I don't see a mention of a UK/European release or one with Stadium. It came with a controller. It also looks different to the one pictures. It's the blue and yellow one, but instead of saying Pikachu Nintendo 64 on the front and controller the front has the Pokemon logo and "Pikachu Nintendo 64" under it and the controller simply has the Pokemon logo. It also has a small sticker pointing to Pikachu's foot with Ash's face saying "Press here to reset!". I can provide pictures if wanted. I don't think the box is around any longer and I don't know where it was bought, but I remember the box and the fact it was bundled with Stadium clearly. If an image/description on page is wanted I can provide it, but I don't have any information about the time this bundle was released or if Snap was definitely included also. -Stars talk 11:56, 15 April 2013 (UTC)