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  1. The release date for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire is drawing near. In the mean time, you can visit your local GameStop in order to receive two special Pokémon for X and Y! A shiny Gengar holding a Gengarite Mega Stone will be the first Pokémon to be distributed. With the Gengarite Mega Stone, you'll be able to use a pretty shiny Mega Gengar in battle! The code card for this Pokémon will be available between October 13 and October 26. Immediately afterwards, a code card for Diancie will be available from October 27 until November 16. Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will include the Diancite Mega Stone, so you will have to transfer your Diancie to those games if you wish to Mega Evolve it in battle. Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will be available for 3DS on November 21. Source: The Official Pokémon Website
  2. Jordan Haygood

    Pokemon X/Y

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Nintendo, Game Freak

  3. Jason Clement

    2DS Bundle With Pokemon X/Y Incoming

    The Mario & Luigi 3DS XL bundle only just released this week, but don't think that's preventing Nintendo from getting even more bundle-happy. Red and blue 2DS bundles with Pokemon X and Y have just been announced to be hitting stores on Dec. 6th. Target will carry the red 2DS bundle, which will include a pre-downloaded copy of Pokemon X, and it'll retail for $149.99. Likewise, a blue 2DS bundle with a pre-downloaded copy of Pokemon Y will be available at Best Buy for the same price. Both bundles include standard 2DS; there are no limited or special markings on them, like with the special Pokemon X/Y-themed 3DS XL from a few months back. Are you interested in this bundle?
  4. Jordan Haygood

    Pokemon X and Y Box Art

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Game Freak, Nintendo

  5. Jason Clement

    Warning: Beware the Pokemon X/Y Saving Glitch

    Many fans have been enjoying Pokemon X and Pokemon Y since the game's debut a few days ago, but that joy has been cut short for some. Apparently some are reporting a saving glitch that happens in Lumiose City, the game's largest city. It supposedly happens when you save in the outer streets of the city, with future attempts to load glitched save resulting in a frozen screen; a hard reset is the only way to escape it. However, saving inside one of the shops in the city appears to be a safe way to get around it. Or you know, saving outside the city. In any case, it seems as if this isn't necessarily affecting everyone, but if you're playing the game, it's best to exercise caution on this, especially if you're tens of hours in. Have you or anyone else you know experienced this glitch yet?
  6. If you're like me, Pokemon X and Pokemon Y immediately brought to mind the chromosomes that determine whether someone is genetically male or female. But, no, that's not actually the reason behind the name. In a recent Iwata Asks feature, Game Freak Director Junichi Masuda and Pokemon Company CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara explained that X and Y refer to the axes, that is, X being the horizontal axis and Y being the horizontal axis. "The world holds people with all sorts of ways of thinking, and you can get a sense that they exist in different dimensions," Masuda explained. "But if you think of them as people who think on the x axis and people who think on the y axis-horizontal and vertical axes-then they intersect somewhere." "So the theme this time is that even if languages, cultures and mindsets are different, even if the surrounding environment is different, they overlap somewhere," Nintendo president Satoru Iwata concluded. Masuda and Ishihara also revealed that Pokemon X and Pokemon Y were able to be released simultaneously around the world because it was developed with the option to select 7 different languages at the outset of the game. This was developed by putting seven languages all into one software instead of starting in Japanese and then translating to different languages. Pokemon X and Pokemon Y are slated for release on the 3DS (via retail and eShop) in two days on October 12.
  7. We've had a plethora of different special edition 3DS and 3DS XL systems release this year, with arguably the most memorable being the Animal Crossing New Leaf one, and now the torrent of special editions continue with the release of new special edition 3DS XL's that feature Pokèmon X and Pokèmon Y. This special 3DS XL feature the likenesses of Legendary Pokèmon Xerneas (from Pokèmon X) and Legendary Pokèmon Yveltal (from Pokèmon Y). Unfortunately, it will not come bundled with Pokèmon X or Pokèmon Y. The Special-Edition Pokèmon X and Pokèmon Y 3DS XL is now available in stores for $199.99. You'll have to wait just a little longer for the games, though; Pokèmon X and Pokèmon Y are slated for release on October 10. Are you interested in this particular special edition 3DS XL?
  8. Remember when it was revealed that Mewtwo would have another evolution in Pokémon X & Y? Suffice it to say, the reaction from fans was quite mixed indeed, with many being opposed to the look of the new Mewtwo evolution while others were more accepting of it. Well, buckle up and get ready for some more Pokémon-shattering news - according to new scans from CoroCoro magazine, there are actually two mega evolutions for Mewtwo, where each will be exclusive to one version or the other. The first mega evolution we saw is apparently known as Mega Mewtwo Y, which is, you guessed it, exclusive to Pokémon Y. Accordingly, the other is known as Mega Mewtwo X (and is exclusive to Pokémon X) and looks a lot more similar to the normal Mewtwo than the Y version does. Mega Mewtwo X is also reportedly a psychic/fighting-type and has the ability Steadfast. Both mega evolutions are achieved either by using the items Mewtwonite X or Mewtwonite Y. As for Mega Mewtwo X, you can catch a glimpse of him here from the CoroCoro scan on Serebii. Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are slated for release on October 12 for $39.99 each through both the 3DS eShop and retail. Special thanks to Serebii.net for translating the news and sharing the scans What are your opinions on the two mega evolutions for Mewtwo? Which do you like more?
  9. gaiages

    Pokemon X/Y Nintendo Direct Overview

    Did you miss the second Nintendo Direct specifically for Pokemon X/Y this morning? I don't blame you--for American audiences it was at 7AM Eastern Standard Time, and even earlier for the rest of the country! Don't worry, though... here's a breakdown of the new features and surprises announced earlier this morning: Pokemon Bank App Announced - Finally, we know how we can transfer our Generation V Pokemon into X/Y. The Pokemon Bank app, a separate download for the 3DS, allows you to take a copy of Pokemon Black/White or Pokemon Black 2/White 2 (with the help of another free app, Poke Transporter), and deposit the Pokemon into a cloud server. You can store up to 3,000 Pokemon at a time, and these Pokemon can then be withdrawn into Pokemon X/Y. You can also deposit and withdraw Pokemon from X/Y freely. The catch, however, is that Pokemon Bank has an annual fee of $5. This app is being planned to be used with future version of Pokemon. You'll get two starter Pokemon - Game Freak decided to shake up the starter concept a bit. You'll get not only one starter, but two starters in Pokemon X/Y. Your friend will give you your first starter, which will be one of the new Generation VI Pokemon: Finnekin, Chespin, or Froakie. However, Professor Sycamore will also give you a second starter... one of the original starters from Red/Blue: Charmander, Squirtle, or Bulbasaur. Why? Well... Mega Venusaur, Mega Charizard, and Mega Blastoise revealed - So you can eventually try out their Mega Evolutions, of course! Check out this separately released video to get a look at the newly announced Mega Evolutions: Special Edition 3DS XLs Will Be Released September 27th - Two Special Editions Pokemon 3DS XLs, inspired by Pokemon X/Y, will be released worldwide... and a bit earlier than the games themselves. The new model XLs will be available September 27th at the standard $199.99 price. It's important to stress, however, that these XLs do not seem to come with the game in question. That wraps up the Pokemon Nintendo Direct. It's a little over a month until X/Y's worldwide October 12th release... are you going to pick it up?
  10. Hey, Pokémon fans! It's an exciting day as Nintendo has shared some new details, features, and even Pokémon for the upcoming Pokémon X and Y versions. The new Pokémon species revealed are: Helioptile, a Normal/Electric type Fletchling, a Normal/Flying type Pancham, a Fighting type And Gogoat, a Grass type that seems to be rideable The trailer also shows off the gorgeous 3D graphics, as well as free movement (not grid-based anymore) and a moveable camera. Other features revealed on the official Pokémon website include customization of your player character's skin color, clothing, and accessories! You can see all of this in action in the trailer below. What do you think of the features in Pokémon X and Y so far?
  11. Leah

    Pokémon Y Boxart

    From the album: Leah's News Images

    © Nintendo