A new trailer out from Nintendo and Game Freak shows that a trainer's Pokémon companions aren't only good for battles these days.
Not that there aren't plenty of battles in this new trailer for Pokémon X & Y versions, of course. The video shows off how fights will look in the new 3DS engine, with a more dynamic camera and attacks that actually make contact with the opposing pocket monster.
The first part of the trailer, however, is all about the male and female protagonists exploring Lumiose City, whether on foot or on the back of their trusty Gogoat. Thus far, Nintendo has only announced that Gogoat will be rideable; whether any other Pokémon will be mounts remains to be seen.
Lumiose City is set in the new region of Kalos. Whereas the first four regions of the Pokémon world...
A short video from Nintendo confirms rumors following the reveal of a new legendary Pokémon for Pokémon X and Pokémon Y: Yes, this new legendary is related to classic first-generation legendary Mewtwo.
The video is brief, showing an animated scene in which Mewtwo disappears in a pillar of blue light, leaving the newcomer in its place.
Mewtwo was the final Pokémon many gamers encountered in the original Pokémon Red & Pokémon Blue, lying in wait at the bottom of a bonus dungeon only accessible after beating the game proper. In-universe, it was the clone of the legendary Mew, the 151st Pokémon that players could only obtain at Nintendo events, or by trading.
Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are scheduled for release on 3DS this year.
A new, unnamed Pokémon has been revealed for the upcoming Pokémon X and Pokémon Y games that bears a striking resemblance to the classic legendary Pokémon Mewtwo.
According to a press release, the Pokémon shares several traits with Mewtwo, though it is unclear how the two are connected. You can check out the screenshots below and the trailer above to see it in action.
Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are expected to launch for Nintendo 3DS in October. Pokémon Company International previously unveiled Sylveon, the eighth evolution of Eevee.
Pokemon X and Pokemon Y, the upcoming installments in Nintendo's catch 'em all series, will include a new pokemon called Sylveon, according to a press release from the Pokemon Company International.
Sylveon is the eighth evolution of Eevee, who first appeared in Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue. You can see her in motion in the trailer above and posing for pictures in the gallery below. Fore more on Eevee's evolutionary path, check out the infographic below the gallery.
Announced at a Nintendo Direct Event in early January, Pokemon X and Y are headed to Nintendo 3DS in October. Though not a series reboot, the games will contain graphical updates like a 3D game world and characters like Sylveon.