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Oct 27

More new Pokémon and Features Annouced for Pokémon Sun and Moon

Posted by Sunain | October 27th 2016 at 10:08 AM EDT
Tags: Press Release, Nintendo 3DS, YouTube, Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon
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The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo announced new information for the upcoming games Pokémon games Sun and Moon. Images from the press release have been added to our Imageboard thread.

MORE NEW POKÉMON AND FEATURES ANNOUNCED FOR POKÉMON SUN AND POKÉMON MOON!

Eight new Pokémon, new gameplay features and a special Z-Move revealed for upcoming Pokémon games.
The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo showcased new information for the latest games in the Pokémon franchise, Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, coming to Europe on 23 November and available exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.

The following new Pokémon have been revealed:

Decidueye Incineroar Primarina
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Type: Grass/Ghost Type: Fire/Dark Type: Water/Fairy
The Arrow Quill Pokémon Decidueye is the fully evolved form of the Grass- and Flying-type first-partner Pokémon Rowlet. Decidueye attacks with astonishing speed, plucking arrow quills from its wings to send them hurtling towards its target with precise aim. This Pokémon is able to move about whilst completely masking its presence from others. Decidueye is the only Pokémon that can learn the move Spirit Shackle. This new Ghost-type move hits an opponent and makes it unable to leave the battle—it can’t flee or switch out. The Heel Pokémon Incineroar is the fully evolved form of the Fire-type first-partner Pokémon Litten. As Incineroar’s fighting spirit increases, the flames it produces within its body burst from its navel and waistline. These flames resemble a championship belt, which it uses to unleash its moves. Incineroar is the only Pokémon able to learn the move Darkest Lariat. This new Dark-type physical attack allows Incineroar to deal damage to an enemy whilst ignoring the effects of any stat changes on that enemy. The Soloist Pokémon Primarina is the fully evolved form of the Water-type first-partner Pokémon Popplio. As Primarina dances, it releases balloons of water and controls their movement using the sound waves from its voice. Primarina uses some of these balloons to jump on and maneuver in battle whilst others explode when touched, which can trigger chained explosions. Primarina is the only Pokémon that can learn Sparkling Aria, a new Water-type special move which heals the burns of any target it strikes.

Cosmog Alolan Persian
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Type: Psychic Type: Dark
The Nebula Pokémon Cosmog is extremely rare, known only to a select few across Alola. Named by the Aether Foundation, Cosmog is very curious, and its gaseous body is so lightweight that it’s sent flying when the wind blows. When light falls on the Pokémon, Cosmog can absorb it and grow bigger. Alolan Persian is highly intelligent and doesn’t like to grow attached to its Trainer, making it something of a difficult Pokémon to have as a battle partner. The round face of Alolan Persian is a symbol of the rich Alola region, and it is held to be a Pokémon of great beauty. Its exquisite coat shines with the glow of high quality and enchants both humans and Pokémon. For this reason, it is a very popular Pokémon in the Alola region.

Also unveiled were three Alola region guardian deities—Tapu Lele, Tapu Bulu and Tapu Fini:
Tapu Lele Tapu Bulu Tapu Fini
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Type: Psychic/Fairy Type: Grass/Fairy Type: Water/Fairy
Tapu Lele is the guardian deity of Akala island. This Pokémon scatters glowing scales that have physical effects on others—providing stimulation to their bodies and healing their illnesses or injuries. Tapu Lele has the Ability Psychic Surge, an Ability that no other Pokémon has previously had. With Psychic Surge, the field will be turned into Psychic Terrain, which boosts the power of any Psychic-type moves used by Pokémon on the ground and prevents them from being hit by priority moves. Tapu Bulu is the guardian deity of Ula’ula Island. This Pokémon has the power to manipulate vegetation and cause it to grow. It can use this power to make its wooden horns change shape and grow larger. Tapu Bulu has the Ability Grassy Surge, an Ability that no other Pokémon has previously had. With Grassy Surge, the field will be turned into Grassy Terrain, boosting the power of any Grass-type moves used by Pokémon on the ground and restoring a bit of HP to them each turn. It also halves the damage taken from the moves Earthquake, Magnitude and Bulldoze. Tapu Fini is the guardian deity of Poni Island. This Pokémon is able to attack by manipulating water. It does not like to risk being harmed during battle, so it creates a thick fog to disorient its opponents and lead them to their own destruction. Tapu Fini has the Ability Misty Surge, an Ability that no other Pokémon has previously had. With Misty Surge, the field will be turned into Misty Terrain, halving the damage taken by Pokémon on the ground from Dragon-type moves and preventing them from being afflicted with status conditions or confusion.

All of the guardian deities can use the special Z-Move Guardian of Alola. When using this Z-Move, the Pokémon closes its shell and a huge avatar appears from the ground to attack the opposing Pokémon, dealing damage equal to 75 percent of the target’s remaining HP.

In previous adventures in the Pokémon series, the Pokémon League was always the ultimate stage for battle. The Pokémon League housed the Elite Four (four Pokémon Trainers with powerful Pokémon partners) and the Champion (who reigned as the region’s top Trainer), all awaiting challengers. In the Alola region, there is no Pokémon League yet—but it seems that there are plans to construct one at the peak of a certain mountain. After your major achievement in completing the island challenge, will the day come when you also take on the Pokémon League to become the strongest Pokémon Trainer?

Red Blue
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Somewhere in Alola, you’ll find the Battle Tree. It’s a place where Trainers who have completed their island challenge, or who are strong enough to have done so, battle one another. You can scout an opponent you’ve won against so they can partner and fight alongside you in future battles. You may even see some familiar faces, including the Trainers Red and Blue from the Kanto region!

Cynthia Wally
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YouTube Trailer - Discover the Final Evolutions of the Starter Pokémon in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon!


Article edited on 2016-10-27 10:53:22 by Sunain
Oct 27

Nintendo Earnings Release for the Six-Month Period Ended September 2016

Posted by Sunain | October 27th 2016 at 09:08 AM EDT
Tags: Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo, Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon GO, Niantic, Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon, Pokémon GO Plus
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When Nintendo, Niantic and The Pokémon Company announced that they would bring a mainstream Pokémon game to the Apple iOS and Google Android mobile phone market, there was much speculation that this was Nintendo finally caving to public pressure to finally release games on non-Nintendo manufactured systems which would reduce sales and overall profit for Nintendo. The reverse actually came true as Nintendo announced during their October 27th, 2016 Earnings Release for the Six-Month Period Ended September 2016 that the release of Pokémon GO in July helped the sales of the Nintendo 3DS and related Pokémon games.

Nintendo also announced that combined Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire sales have reached 13.18 million copies sold worldwide as of September 2016.

U.S. Nintendo 3DS Hardware Sell-Through Trends
thumbnail "This graph shows Nintendo 3DS hardware sell-through trends in the U.S. compared with sell-through for the previous period. In the U.S., the previously-released Nintendo 2DS was dropped to an even more affordable price, and promotional activities aimed at children and parents were effective in increasing sales. The release of Pokémon GO on July 6th also led to a major increase in sales of the Nintendo 3DS family systems, where consumers can enjoy past titles in the Pokémon series. The trend here is higher than that for the previous period, and we are maintaining this momentum as we head into the holiday season."

U.S. Nintendo 3DS First-Party Software Sell-Through Trends
thumbnail "This graph shows Nintendo 3DS first-party software in the U.S. compared with sell-through for the previous period. In the U.S., promotional activities aimed at children and parents were effective in increasing sales, and there was solid growth in sales for evergreen titles and Nintendo Selects games such as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. The release of Pokémon GO also provided a bump in sales for the Pokémon series, and as a result, sales here have also surpassed those in the previous period."

Europe Nintendo 3DS Hardware Sell-Through Trends
thumbnail "This graph shows Nintendo 3DS hardware sell-through trends in Europe compared with sell-through for the previous period. As in the U.S., the release of Pokémon GO across Europe starting in July spurred momentum for hardware sales."

Europe Nintendo 3DS First-Party Software Sell-Through Trends
thumbnail "This graph shows Nintendo 3DS first-party software sell-through trends in Europe compared with sell- through for the previous period. In the European market, we again see the boost in Pokémon series titles in July, but this is supported by new titles such as Kirby: Planet Robobot, Fire Emblem Fates Birthright/Conquest, and Monster Hunter Generations, for which Nintendo provided distribution in Europe. Evergreen titles and Nintendo Selects titles also sold well. Overall software sales are vigorous, outpacing the previous period. "

Pokémon GO increased Virtual Console Sales
thumbnail "Over the summer, the smart device application Pokémon GO became a major hit and a social phenomenon. This has sparked increased interest in Pokémon-related software. Previous entries in the Pokémon series playable on the Nintendo 3DS system were Pokémon X and Pokémon Y in 2013 and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire in 2014. We also released the original games in this series, Pokémon Red, Pokémon Green, Pokémon Blue and Pokémon Pikachu, as downloadable Virtual Console titles in February this year. These Pokémon series titles have seen an increase in sales despite having been on the market for some time already. "

Pokémon Series Sell-Through Trends
thumbnail "This graph shows the month-on-month sales of titles in the Pokémon series in Japan, the U.S. and Europe, as mentioned earlier in the presentation. As you can see, the release of Pokémon GO in July led to a major upsurge in sales, particularly for the U.S. and European markets. We can clearly see that the release of Pokémon GO has raised interest in Pokémon and contributed to a resurgence of sales for previously-released Pokémon titles."

Nintendo 3DS Hardware Sell-Through Trends
thumbnail "Similarly, this graph shows the month-on-month sales for Nintendo 3DS family systems. You can see that there is a peak in July for hardware as well, following the release of Pokémon GO."

Pokémon GO Plus
thumbnail "We launched the Pokémon GO Plus accessory on September 16th to provide a more comfortable play experience for Pokémon GO. Demand far exceeded our expectations and production has not caught up, leading to product shortages. We apologize to the consumers and distributors affected by this. We are planning to expand production as needed, and will continue to produce and ship additional units."

Sources: https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2016/161027_2e.pdf and https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2016/161026_2e.pdf

Article edited on 2016-10-27 09:50:48 by Sunain
Oct 11

Pokémon Center Occupation Plan (ポケモンセンター占拠計画)

Posted by Sunain | October 11th 2016 at 01:23 PM EDT
Tags: Merchandise, Nintendo 3DS, Pokémon Center, Event Pokémon, Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon Store
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The official Japanese Pokémon website announced a massive Pokémon Center and Pokémon Store event that takes place through October and November 2016. The Pokémon Center Occupation Plan (ポケモンセンター占拠計画) features the 6 major gangs: Rocket, Magma, Aqua, Ginga, Plasma and Flare from the Pokémon franchise taking over. The campaign features event Pokémon distributions, themed merchandise and cosplay events featuring all these gangs.

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Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire - Bosses' Pokémon Event Distribution

Each week, for 6 weeks from October 1st, 2016 until November 11th, 2016, one of the enemy organizations will occupy each Pokémon Center and Pokémon Store and a event Pokémon present will be distributed. The Pokémon distributed is one of occupying Sinister Organisation's Bosses' Pokémon. Each week, the enemy organization occupying the Pokémon Center and Pokémon Store changes to a different gang, so patrons need to check the schedule. Players of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are eligible to receive these

There are 6 different distribution weeks, so everyone should be able to get all 6 Boss Pokémon at their local Pokémon Center or Pokémon Store during time or visit other locations to get them ahead of time.

On October 7th, 2016, it was announced that due to popular demand, the event present distribution would be extended to November 12th and 13th, 2016 and on each of those days, all 6 Pokémon would be available at different times of the day at all the participating locations.

Pokémon Presents being Distributed

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Rocket Gang - Sakaki's Nidoqueen / Magma Gang - Matsubusa's Bakuuda
(ロケット団 サカキのニドクイン / マグマ団 マツブサのバクーダ)


present present
Aqua Gang - Aogiri's Samehader / Ginga Gang - Akagi's Manyula
(アクア団 アオギリのサメハダー / ギンガ団 アカギのマニューラ)


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Plasma Gang - Ghetsis' Sazandora / Flare Gang - Fleur-de-lis' Kaenjishi
(プラズマ団 ゲーチスのサザンドラ / フレア団 フラダリのカエンジシ)


Pokémon Center and Pokémon Store - Event Distribution - Schedule

The six time periods are as follows: 1. October 1st, 2016 until October 7th, 2016
2. October 8th, 2016 until October 14th, 2016
3. October 15th, 2016 until October 21st, 2016
4. October 22nd, 2016 until October 28th, 2016
5. October 29th, 2016 until November 4th, 2016
6. November 5th, 2016 until November 11th, 2016

Extended Schedule - November 12th and 13th, 2016
Rocket Gang - Sakaki's Nidoqueen - Store opening to 13:00
Magma Gang - Matsubusa's Bakuuda - 13:00 to 14:00
Aqua Gang - Aogiri's Samehader - 14:00 to 15:00
Ginga Gang - Akagi's Manyula - 15:00 to 16:00
Plasma Gang - Ghetsis' Sazandora - 16:00 to 17:00
Flare Gang - Fleur-de-lis' Kaenjishi - 17:00 to closing time

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Staff at the Pokémon Centers from October 8th to October 10th, 2016 will be cosplaying the boss of the gang occupying that location as well as wearing T-shirts of that enemy organization. The boss cosplay by staff will not occur at Pokémon Store locations.

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Those that spend at least 3000 yen during the campaign at a Pokémon Center or Store can also receive 1 of 6 different Sinister Organisation's Boss' cards. Patrons can receive one at the checkout.

Sinister Organisation Merchandise

Starting on October 8th, 2016, Sinister Organisation merchandise will be available to purchase at Pokémon Centers and online on the Amazon Pokémon Store. On October 15th, 2016, the merchandise will be available at physical Pokémon Store locations.

Merchandise
Pikachu Plushies - 2000 yen each

Merchandise
Pin (12 different) - 380 yen each

Merchandise
T-shirts (6 different) - 1500 yen each

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Rocket Gang Hoodie (5600 yen) / Rocket Gang Tie Clip (1950 yen)

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Rocket Gang Tie (3800 yen) / Rocket Gang Card Case (8000 yen)

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Rocket Gang Wallet (15000 yen)/ Rocket Gang Watch (5000 yen)

MerchandiseMerchandise
Rocket Gang Pen (4000 yen)/ Rocket Gang Hand Towel (500 yen)

MerchandiseMerchandise
Rocket Gang Hand Towel (500 yen)/ Rocket Gang Flip Case (3000 yen)

MerchandiseMerchandise
Rocket Gang Cap (3000 yen) / Rocket Gang Backpack (8500 yen)

Merchandise
Magic Ink Set (2000 yen)

Ryo Kitamura Cosplaying as Bosses

From October 1st, 2016 until November 13th, 2016, Ryo Kitamura (北村諒) will be dressing up as the different gang bosses at the Pokémon Centers.

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Sources: http://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/2016/09/160902_p01.html, http://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/2016/09/160916_p01.html and http://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/2016/09/160930_p01.html

Article edited on 2016-10-15 11:44:49 by Sunain
Oct 04

Special Demo Version, Starter Evolutions, Poké Pelago announced for Sun and Moon

Posted by Sunain | October 4th 2016 at 09:43 AM EDT
Tags: Press Release, Nintendo 3DS, Pokémon Global Link, YouTube, Nintendo eShop, Demo, Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon
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The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo announced new evolutions for the starters, gameplay features and a special demo for the upcoming Pokémon games Sun and Moon. High resolution images from the press release have been added to our Imageboard thread.

FIRST-PARTNER POKÉMON EVOLUTIONS, A SPECIAL DEMO VERSION AND MORE ANNOUNCED FOR POKÉMON SUN AND POKÉMON MOON!

New Pokémon, gameplay features, a Special Demo Version and Mega Evolution details revealed for upcoming Pokémon games.
The Pokémon Company International showcased a bunch of new information for the latest games in the Pokémon franchise, Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, coming to Europe on 23 November and available exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.

The evolved forms of the three first-partner Pokémon, Dartrix, Torracat and Brionne, were unveiled:

Dartrix Torracat Brionne
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Type: Grass-Flying Type: Fire Type: Water
The Blade Quill Pokémon Dartrix evolves from Rowlet. Dartrix attacks by throwing its knife-edged feathers, and it possesses extremely sharp senses. This Pokémon can detect opponents behind it and can throw feathers to strike them without even seeing them. This Pokémon cares a great deal about its appearance, grooming its feathers in every spare moment it has. The Fire Cat Pokémon Torracat evolves from Litten. This Pokémon produces flames for its attacks from a bell-like sac attached at the base of its throat. Torracat has a great love for battle and will attack relentlessly. Its mane can sense what is going on around it, even in the dark, and is able to detect the presence of hidden enemies. The Pop Star Pokémon Brionne evolves from Popplio. Brionne can dance in perfect time with others and is always cheery and positive. A very hard worker, Brionne learns dances by imitating other members of its colony and can sometimes even learn dances from humans. As this Pokémon dances, it creates balloons and slaps them into its target, making them explode and deal damage to its opponents.

In Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, communication features are gathered together in the new Festival Plaza. Players will be able to see other people playing near them, or other players that are connected to the internet to battle or trade. By talking to people and listening to their requests in Festival Plaza, players can receive Festival Coins. There are cool stores to spend Festival Coins in, such as dye houses, goody shops (where rare items are sold) and even bouncy castles for Pokémon to train in. As players gather more Festival Coins, their Festival Plaza will rank up, yielding rewards and making more activities available. Players will even gain the ability to host missions, where multiple players can work together to try to achieve certain goals.

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Another new feature that was announced was Poké Pelago. In Poké Pelago, Pokémon that are stored in a PC Box can explore a variety of isles, play on athletic equipment and enjoy other fun activities. If players send many Pokémon to Poké Pelago, they can develop more facilities on the isles and also develop new kinds of isles. As these isles are developed and increase in number, they will allow players to obtain items and even raise Pokémon.

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Mega Evolution is making a return as well. Pokémon that were able to Mega Evolve in previous Pokémon games will also be able to Mega Evolve in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. The Mega Stones for Pokémon with the capability to Mega Evolve that appear in the Alola region may be received from characters in the game or obtained from special shops.

The Pokémon Global Link will be updated for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon and will be available from the games’ launch date. The updated Pokémon Global Link site will have new features, including new online competitions, global missions and more. More information and features on the upcoming site can be found here.

The Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Special Demo Version was also unveiled and will be available to download directly from Nintendo eShop or via the official Nintendo website starting from 18 October. The Special Demo Version introduces players to the Alola region and features Ash-Greninja, the Pokémon that appears alongside the hero Ash in the animated TV series Pokémon the Series: XYZ. Players will be able to transfer their Ash-Greninja from the Special Demo Version to their full version of Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon once the game launches on 23 November.

YouTube Trailer - Evolved Forms of the Starter Pokémon Revealed in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon!


Article edited on 2016-10-04 10:03:07 by Sunain
Sep 28

Pokémon Nintendo 3DS Themes - Rocket and Ginga Gang's

Posted by Sunain | September 28th 2016 at 07:13 PM EDT
Tags: Nintendo 3DS, YouTube, Nintendo 3DS Themes
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Nintendo Japan has revealed 2 new Pokémon Nintendo 3DS themes: Enemy Organization - Rocket Gang (敵組織~ロケット団) and Enemy Organization - Ginga Gang (敵組織~ギンガ団). Each theme costs 200yen. All themes are available for purchase as of September 28th, 2016 on the Japanese Nintendo 3DS eShop store.

Sinister Organization - Rocket Gang (敵組織~ロケット団)


Features: A Pokémon theme featuring Rocket Gang. Illustrations by Mr. Hitoshi Ariga. The upper screen, features Rocket Gang boss Sakaki and his admins. The lower screen, the henchmen walk as the player slides screens.
Music: Rocket Gang Hideout (ロケット団のアジト)

Sinister Organization - Ginga Gang (敵組織~ギンガ団)


Features: A Pokémon theme featuring Ginga Gang. Illustrations by Mr. Hitoshi Ariga. The upper screen, features Ginga Gang boss Akagi and his admins. The lower screen, the henchmen walk as the player slides screens.
Music: DP - Battle! Galaxy Gang Commander (戦闘!ギンガ団幹部)

Sources: https://www.nintendo.co.jp/3ds/theme/list/04145/ and https://www.nintendo.co.jp/3ds/theme/list/04146/

Article edited on 2016-10-26 03:25:04 by Sunain
Sep 13

New Nintendo 3DS XL System - Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon

Posted by Sunain | September 13th 2016 at 02:25 PM EDT
Tags: Nintendo 3DS, Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon
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Nintendo has announced that the New Nintendo 3DS XL System inspired by Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon will also be released in North America on October 28th, 2016.

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New Nintendo 3DS XL System Inspired by Upcoming Pokémon Games Arrives in Stores Oct. 28

Legendary Pokémon From Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Adorn the Cover
REDMOND, Wash., Sept. 13, 2016 – To prepare for the launches of both the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon games on Nov. 18, fans will be able to purchase a New Nintendo 3DS XL system inspired by the games starting on Oct. 28 at the suggested retail price of $199.99. That’s three weeks before the games come out – plenty of time to break the system in before diving into the new Pokémon adventures (sold separately). The limited-edition system sports a slick black color with both of the new Legendary Pokémon, Solgaleo and Lunala, gracing the cover.

“This year marks the 20th anniversary of the beloved Pokémon series and people have never been talking about Pokémon more,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Playing Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon on this new Pokémon system is the best way for fans to show their love for this iconic series.”

When the games launch on Nov. 18, fans can also purchase the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Dual Pack, which includes both games, as well as two codes that will unlock 100 Poké Balls each. The Dual Pack will be available at select retailers at a suggested retail price of $79.99.

Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon introduce players to the latest edition of the Pokémon core series. Taking place in the tropical Alola Region composed of numerous islands, the games include many new features to the series, including a new battle system called Battle Royal, powerful new Z-Moves and the ability to ride several different Pokémon with Poké Ride.

Article edited on 2016-09-14 02:31:25 by Sunain
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