Limited Edition Pokémon X & Y 3DS XL Systems Hit Stores Today
It was kind of a boner move on Nintendo’s part to not just wait until the new games are released in October and include digital versions with these as part of a bundle like they did with the Fire Emblem 3DS or the Animal Crossing one, but maybe it’s a smart move since they know Pokémon fans will just keep shelling out money to feed their obsession.
Pokémon X & Y Starter Evolutions Revealed
We have a look at the evolutions of the three new starters along with some new Mega-Evolutions, brand new Pokémon, and a look at the all new trainer customization options.
Is This The New Pokémon Game For Wii U?
The above screenshot was teased at the end of a retrospective trailer for Pokémon X & Y over the weekend in Japan. Check out the video below along with a trailer for the new anime based on the original Red and Green Pokémon games - that means instead of Ash, we get Red a.k.a. the greatest trainer probably ever.
Shoutout to Jessie for the tip!
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Here’s A Heaping Buttload Of New Pokémon X & Y Info
Mega Evolutions? An easier way to EV train? More new Pokémon and a new gym leader? Hit the jump to see what all this hullabaloo is about along with a new gameplay video.
Here’s A Buttload of New Pokemon X & Y Info Along With A New Trailer
The Pokemon Company International just released a heap of new images and info about the latest upcoming Pokemon installment including some new monsters, a gang of friends that the protagonist will set out on their journey with (and exclusive friends depending on whether you play as a girl or a boy!), and an official worldwide release date of October 12!
Video below. Full press release chock-full of details after the jump.
This new Pokemon X and Y teaser just released and it shows a “a new Pokemon with a familiar look!” Well, it’s got the color scheme of Mew and Mewtwo, so I think we can go ahead and say Mewthree is confirmed for Pokemon X and Y.
Pokemon X and Y Coming To 3DS Worldwide This October
The days of waiting for months after a Pokemon game hits Japan for it to finally come to the US and Europe are finally over! Along with a new world to explore and new Pokemon to collect, they’ve also done away with the pixelated look for the first time in the series’s history. Now it’s a full-on 3D cell shaded adventure.
Check out the trailer below.
What do you guys think?