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Fairy-Type Debuts in Pokémon X & Y, New Gameplay Video Posted

Earlier today at their E3 press conference, Nintendo reveals their latest addition of Pokémon types for the latest installments of the Pokémon game franchise, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. It will be called Fairy Type.

The new Fairy-type Pokémon includes Sylveon, Gardevoir, Jigglypuff and Marill and is super effective against Dragon types. Two new Pokémon were also revealed, Vivilion and Noivern. Additionally, a new feature called Pokémon-amie allows you to interact with your Pokémon.

Here's the latest gameplay video:

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.

Pokémon X & Pokémon Y will be available for the Nintendo 3DS, and are scheduled to be released worldwide this October 12th.

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26 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Fairy type? what is this yugioh now? lol they are seriously running out of ideas. They now made some of the classic pokemon into this fairy type like jigglypuff, marill and gardevoir wtf. How could you do that. And that sylveon looks like the love child of victini and deerling. This is a trainwreck, I thought the gen 5 pokemon look uninspiring, boy was I wrong. It's only gonna get worst. Time to wave the white flag.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I wonder how they will explain why Arceus does not have a plate for this type

  3. Good, we already got the whiny "RUINED FOREVER" crap out of the way. Maybe now people can have an intelligent discussion.

  4. @anon1 this is not new, the original game didn't have ghost type or dark type. That was added in gen 2.

    @anon2 well they probably won't give an explanation. And if not we can just assume that Arceus lost it or did need it for some reason during the Sinnoh region stuff.

  5. Orichalcum555 Says:

    This should be cool, mixing up the metagame a bit with a new type. I think they should go back and add/change typings to more old pokemon. But good old Pikablu is a fairy? Kinda surprising they didn't show Clefairy instead. Would be silly if they miss the obvious type change like that.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    I'm just curious how Fairy/Psychic is gonna function and what attacks are gonna be changed to Fairy now?

  7. Stop. Pokémon awesome and always was :)

  8. Anonymous Says:

    I hope we get a fairy plate and I hope that there are many fairy types unlike dragon which has like 20.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    stop whining, i think that the new generation actually doesnt look bad i mean they are giving us new features new graphics and new types, what is not to like about it? and be honest , the new 6th gen pokemon actually look quite good compared to gen 5 which had a friggin ice cone

  10. I thought you couldn't look away from a train wreck though.... I initially didn't want there to be a fairy type but given that we now have something else to take down dragons, I guess it's not that bad. The types are now a divisible number so that's a bit better. If I have to complain about one thing, it's that I felt that they should have shown at least one new fairy type pokemon. Sure, you've changed older ones and we have sylpheon but it seems like you could have just added one more to show that you have made some new fairy types.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    Well now we can have some pokemon who can keep the god damm dragon pokemon a little more in chech. I hope to use these types to help make so you'll be more worried when fighting with dragon types. In the end i'm quite happy with fairy types it shows great potential.

  12. Anonymous Says:

    I personally think this new type is long due, considering some of the early generation Pokemons felt a bit out-of-place in the Normal category. With that, what surprised me the most though, is the re-faction of Gardevoir (who I think is already fitting for a Psychic) and Marril (the water pikachu), the idea works but to be honest I was expecting Mew and Clefairy to be the ones in this announcement, and not them XD

    @Anon1 You do know that you have the liberty to NOT play the game anymore, right? Nobody's forcing you to play the game if you're not interested ;). Why whine if you're going to put a 'white flag' on it anyway? I really think your whining is a bit out of place here...

    @Anon2 I think it's because Arceus is a dragon, and Fairy is said to be stronger than Dragon (and it made sense)

  13. Anonymous Says:

    For 'positive' discussion-sake, just in case anyone's looking for more insider info, here's some batch of additional rumors for XY:

    The rumors came from the same user who leaked the info about Fairy-type to the site, so you might put them into consideration although they are indeed still rumors until official statement is announced

  14. Anonymous Says:

    They'll probably just add the plate in

  15. Anonymous Says:

    The only thing that bothers me about the new Fairy-Type is that it...can..beat...DRAGON!!!

    Other than that, I'm pretty okay with it (although now we do need a new Arceus Plate).

    And the new wyvern pokemon that was revealed looks awesome.

  16. Anonymous Says:

    Hmm... well, I don't mind the introduction of a new type. At least it evens things out again, plus now Eevee's new evolution makes sense. As far as the re-typing, I can see certain Pokemon working for the new type. Jigglypuff, as they've claimed, and even Clefairy and it's pre-evolved and evolved forms. Not really seeing the other two they've stated are now Fairy type, but whatever.

  17. Anonymous Says:

    Interesting additions. Fairy may help with balancing and adding new strategies. I hope there are more new types coming.

  18. Anonymous Says:

    I personally don't have any problem with the new game nor did I have any problem with the previous two game sets (although I do admit the Vanillite evolution family had strange design for Pokemon's standards.) I personally like the idea for the Fairy Type. This for two reasons; 1. It to some extent explains Sylveon's design, and 2. It is like the missing link between Normal, Psychic and Flying type. (There are some types that link others if you think about it.)

  19. Anonymous Says:

    Uh jackass fairy has been an egg type since forever so it being a type isn't all that "ruined forever ".

  20. Anonymous Says:

    I, for one, am excited about Fairy Type and can't wait to see what it has to offer.

  21. Green Oak Says:

    Why care about those whiny 90's kids bashing anything that was released after Gen I.

    If you guys don't like the new ones just stick with the old ones ya like.

  22. Anonymous Says:

    Green Oak, I for one am a 90s kid that did grow up in gen 1, i did not play the handhelds for 11 years after my parents banned me.

    i did not play gen 2 or gen 3, im still getting used to the wifi era of the games. i am acclimating and adapting to the changes made. there have been many creatures springing up for 4th gen, 5th gen, and this gen.

    for one in my opinion an 18th type is a very welcome change and it being fairy is worthwhile.

    there are many changes and unique features being a 3DS game on a 3D handheld. im very happy with these which means you don't need 2D traditional hand designed sprites anymore where the creatures are full blown 3D models.

    it has wifi capabilities beyond the WFC of the old games, and the sky battle between flying pokemon.

    if you have visionary problems like myself, play in 2D with the switch on the unit turned all the way off. if you choose to play in 3D later remember the pin.

    be happy with what you have and what you got 90s fanboys, adapt to the changes, do it now.

  23. Anonymous Says:

    For those who whining about some pokemon change to fairy type. Isn't it same like Gen 2, Steel type introduced in this generation and pokemon like magnemite changed to dual-type steel and electric and some pokemon introduced as pure steel, like Mawile and the reason is pokemon universe discover new type and new pokemon. (you can read Pokemon Special manga, It based on the original game)

  24. Anonymous Says:

    I was hoping that the Fairy type was not real. I think the 17 types right now are fine. While I may not like this addition, I'll get used to it. I do wonder though how Fairy will match up with everything else (and the color they'll use for the type icon). If there are any vampire-like Fairy types, I can imagine the mockery they will receive.

  25. Anonymous Says:

    Arceus is Bormal-type, not Dragon, unless he's holding the corresponing Plate. I'm pretty excited for the Fairy-type as it is a very wide category that includes mytholical creatures like trolls, ogres, demons, vampires, wood nymphs, and best of all, satyrs! I love Furabebe a lot and simply cannot wait to see what new Fairy Pokemon will look for. I already find Generation Six to be more Pokemon-ish than Generation Five, which pretty much restarted everything from scratch.

  26. Anonymous Says:

    To be honest I think more people still have NDS or DSI OR DSIXL than 3DS, I also think B&W were a let down for Ds pokemon games (Due to the fact that there isn't much after E4 and story coulda been better) Tbb imo they should release it for NDS and 3DS I know if people demanded it they might but I doubt it. This means ill never be able to play it. :( because my family is poor, and by the time I get a 3Ds most of the events will be over probally in 2014 - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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