A new gameplay video started streaming featuring the newly released Pocket Monsters for the latest installments of the Pokemon game franchise, Pokemon X and Pokemon Y. This includes the monsters and location's official English names.
Your adventure in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y takes place in the Kalos region, home to beautiful skies and forests! The Kalos region is full of interesting places to visit and explore! Lumiose City, Kalos region's central city, is a thriving metropolis filled with customers checking out its variety of shops. Many roads extend from the iconic tower at the city's center.
Here are the official data for the four new Pokemon:
Gogoat is so large that people are able to able to ride on its back. It's very calm, and can form a strong bond with its Trainer's feelings when its Trainer grabs onto its horns. Gogoat can learn Horn Leech, which will recover HP equal to half the damage dealt.
And a new feature on this game, players can ride a Gogoat to roam the city!
Helioptile (Elikiteru) charges itself by bathing in the light of the sun, providing it with enough energy that it doesn't need to eat! It has a new move called Parabola Charge which heals the user while damaging opponents.
With its trademark leaf always sticking out of its mouth, Pancham (Yancham) tries to intimidate its opponents by glaring at them intensely (although this is rarely successful). It has a new move called Parting Remark which lowers the opponents stats and causes the user to switch out.
With a friendly nature and a beautiful chirp, Fletchling (Yayakoma) is a popular Pokémon among many Trainers. But Fletchling is also known to be ferocious in battle, capable of unleashing relentless attacks! It can use the move Flame Charge.
For the first time, players can customize the trainer's appearance slightly with hair color and skin shade.
Along with them, there are other eight known Pokemon for Generation VI: the three starter Pokemon — Chespin, Fennekin and Froakie — and this installment's Legendaries — Xerneas and Yveltal, Eevee's new evolution Sylveon, and Mewtwo's new form. Pokemon X & Pokemon Y will be available for the Nintendo 3DS, and are scheduled to be released worldwide this October.
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