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In the games: No Kalos mention, but mentioning Alola? Wait wat? LOL
Game Freak employees appear in each of the core series games. The main reason to visit them is to obtain a [[diploma]], awarded after the completion of the [[Pokédex]]. In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, the sound designer gives the [[GB Sounds]] after the player has obtained all 8 Kanto Badges.
 
Their headquarters are located on the third floor of the [[Celadon Condominiums]]. They have their own office on 22F of a building in [[Castelia City]], just like in their [[Pokémon world in relation to the real world#Real-world locations mentioned|real-world]] office in {{wp|Carrot Tower}}. They also have an office on the second floor of a building in [[Heahea City]]. In [[Hoenn]], a group of Game Freak employees are on vacation, staying in [[Lilycove City]]'s [[Cove Lily Motel]]; in [[Sinnoh]], a single member is staying at the [[Hotel Grand Lake]]; in [[Kalos]], the game director can be found staying at the [[Coumarine City#Hotel Coumarine|Hotel Coumarine]] in [[Coumarine City]].
 
In {{game|Black and White|s}}, the player can battle a character representing [[Shigeki Morimoto]] can be battled in the office after stopping [[Team Plasma]]. In {{2v2|Black|White|2}}, they can also battle [[Kōji Nishino]], who uses a {{p|Snorlax}} as his highest leveled Pokémon, a reference to his nickname カビゴン ''Kabigon'', after which Snorlax is named (in the English versions, he calls himself Snorlax). Both Morimoto and Nishino have the Trainer class {{tc|GAME FREAK}}. In {{g|Sun and Moon}}, the player can battle Morimoto in the Game Freak office, who will give the player an [[Oval Charm]] the first time he is defeated.
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