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Game Details:

Developer: Game Freak
Publisher: Nintendo / The Pokémon Company
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Release Date(s): October 12th, 2013 (JPN), October 12th, 2013 (USA), October 12th, 2013 (EUR)
Mode(s): Single Player, Multiplayer
Rating(s): CERO: A (JPN), PEGI: 3+ (EUR), ESRB: E (USA)
Controller(s): Nintendo 3DS
Extra Contents: X and Y Main Page, Pokémon Bank / Poké Transporter, Mega Evolution, Super Training, Player Search System (PSS), Holo Caster, Nintendo Network, Berries, Ribbons, Patches, Rating Battles
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Mega Evolution (メガシンカ)

Mega Evolution is a new battle transformation of certain Pokémon which can undergo changes starting in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. Pokémon that Mega Evolve use hidden reserves of strength and power that have never been realized in their normal Evolutions.

Pokémon that can Mega Evolve in battle and their looks change and stats increase, giving Trainers a great advantage against their opponents. Some Pokémon that Mega Evolve can also change their Ability or type while in battle. Only certain Pokémon, under certain conditions, can Mega Evolve. Once the battle ends the Mega-Evolved Pokémon will return to its usual state unlike regular Evolutions.

Mega Stones (メガストーン) are special stones that exist for all Pokémon that can Mega Evolve, each named after the Pokémon to which it grants power. Mega Stones are hidden throughout the Kalos region and players must find them to unlock the Mega Evolution ability. Trainers must also obtain a bracelet called the Mega Ring that holds a mysterious stone called a Key Stone. The Trainer's Key Stone resonates with the Mega Stone held by his or her Pokémon and together they trigger the Mega Evolution.

Mega Evolution Pokémon List (X and Y):

Pokémon Image Type Ability Mega Stone
Mega Venusaur thumbnail Grass/Poison Thick Fat Venusaurite
Mega Charizard X thumbnail Fire/Dragon Tough Claws Charizardite X
Mega Charizard Y thumbnail Fire/Flying Drought Charizardite Y
Mega Blastoise thumbnail Water Mega Launcher Blastoisinite
Mega Kangaskhan thumbnail Normal Parental Bond Kangaskhanite
Mega Mewtwo X
thumbnail Psychic/Fighting Steadfast Mewtwonite X
Mega Mewtwo Y
thumbnail Psychic Insomnia Mewtwonite Y
Mega Ampharos thumbnail Electric/Dragon Mold Breaker Ampharosite
Mega Blaziken thumbnail Fire/Fighting Adaptability Blazikenite
Mega Mawile thumbnail Steel/Fairy Huge Power Mawilite
Mega Absol thumbnail Dark Magic Bounce Absolite
Mega Lucario thumbnail Fighting/Steel Speed Boost Lucarionite
Mega Garchomp
thumbnail Dragon/Ground Sand Force Garchompite
Mega Pinsir thumbnail Bug/Flying Aerilate Pinsirite
Mega Aerodactyl thumbnail Rock/Flying Tough Claws Aerodactylite
Mega Scizor thumbnail Bug/Steel Technician Scizorite
Mega Heracross thumbnail Bug/Fighting Skill Link Heracronite
Mega Houndoom thumbnail Dark/Fire Solar Power Houndoominite
Mega Tyranitar thumbnail Rock/Dark Sand Stream Tyranitarite
Mega Gardevoir thumbnail Psychic/Fairy Pixilate Gardevoirite
Mega Aggron thumbnail Steel Filter Aggronite
Mega Medicham thumbnail Fighting/Psychic Pure Power Medichamite
Mega Alakazam thumbnail Psychic Trace Alakazite
Mega Gyarados thumbnail Water/Dark Mold Breaker Gyaradosite
Mega Manectric thumbnail Electric Intimidate Manectite
Mega Banette thumbnail Ghost Prankster Banettite
Mega Abomasnow thumbnail Grass/Ice Snow Warning Abomasite

Blazikenite Availability in X and Y

One Mega Stone, Blazikenite, cannot be found during normal gameplay in Pokémon X or Pokémon Y. Players of the new titles will need to participate in a special limited-time Wi-Fi distribution event via Nintendo Network to get a Torchic holding a Blazikenite Mega Stone.

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