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Sano made a really interesting point on my FB post:
Because sylphs are air spirits and they're going with the incorrect assumption that something sylphlike is described as sylvan. Sylveon would have been more appropriate for Leafeon.
Looks interesting but since I do not own a 3DS it is unlikely I will play this in the near future. I always get caught up though when the Pokemon thirst kicks in it cannot be denied haha. I was also somewhat skeptical about Pokemon White and Black but I wound up buying and loving both. The scenes where you rode across the bridge were AWESOME! and I liked the pokemon (especially the fighting types!) that were introduced. It looks like they may have veered away from the Fire/Fighting combo with this gens starter so thats a plus haha. I may have to look into these new pokemon but Im afraid to get myself too interested and go make a rash decision on a 3DS haha
Pokemon X & Y scans reveal new 'Mega' forms of existing Pokémon, new Pokémons
.....Mega Forms. Lol Pokemon copying Digimon. They look cool though.
I wish some of the members that said Digimon copied Pokemon were still here because it would of been hilarious.
What's funnier they only have the Mega prefix, not really a new name. I'm done....But again, I think they look epic, especially Lucario.
Mega form... What is that even? It's not a real evolution? o.O
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Not sure if I like the mega Pokemon idea. Lol, nice way to copy Digimon though!
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Mega Evolution Will Transform Pokémon and Revolutionize Battles in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y
In what could be described as an Evolution beyond all Evolutions, Mega Evolution is a new, awe-inspiring transformation certain Pokémon can undergo during battle in the highly anticipatedPokémon X and Pokémon Y video games. Pokémon that Mega Evolve will tap into hidden reserves of strength and power that have never been realized in their regular Evolutions, giving players battling with a Mega-Evolved Pokémon a dominant advantage. Mega Evolutions will revolutionize Pokémon battles and usher in a new Pokémon transformation never before seen in the Pokémon world.
Pokémon like Mega Mewtwo and Mega Lucario will harness the power of Mega Evolution in battle and will see their looks change and stats increase, giving Trainers a great advantage against their opponents. Some Pokémon that Mega Evolve may even change their Ability or type while in battle. Only certain Pokémon, under certain conditions, can Mega Evolve, and unlike regular Evolution, Mega Evolution only occurs during battle--once the battle ends, the Mega-Evolved Pokémon will return to its usual state. One crucial element to undergoing Mega Evolution is a particular kind of item called a Mega Stone. Mega Stones are special stones that exist for all Pokémon that can Mega Evolve, each named after the Pokémon to which it grants power. For instance, the Lucarionite Mega Stone will help Lucario Mega Evolve. Mega Stones are hidden throughout the Kalos region, and players must find them to unlock the incredible power of Mega Evolution.
One Mega Stone, Blazikenite, will not 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. This is how players can receive the Blazikenite Mega Stone when the new titles launch. The character distribution begins October 12th, the same day Pokémon X and Pokémon Y launches worldwide for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, and this distribution event will only last for a short period of time. Players will need to evolve the Torchic they receive via the distribution into Combusken and finally into Blaziken in order to harness the power of this Mega Stone and Mega Evolve Blaziken into Mega Blaziken.
The Torchic received in this distribution also has the Hidden Ability Speed Boost, a very powerful Ability that increases a Pokémon's Speed at the end of every turn. This limited-time character distribution event allows players to get a Torchic with Speed Boost, which becomes incredibly effective once they Mega Evolve Blaziken into Mega Blaziken.
Brand-New Method of Pokémon Training: Super Training!
Super Training is being introduced in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, allowing players to help their Pokémon grow stronger when they're not in battle. On the Touch Screen of the Nintendo 3DS system, players can have their Pokémon participate in Super Training, activities that will increase a Pokémon's base stats, the underlying values that define its HP, Attack, Defense, Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, and Speed stats.
One Super Training activity involves having Pokémon train by facing huge Pokémon-shaped Balloon Bots in a virtual space, with both sides trying to shoot balls into the opponent's goal. Using the Circle Pad and Touch Screen to avoid shots from the Balloon Bots while landing their own in the goal, players will enjoy this action-packed feature while increasing their Pokémon's base stats to help them become stronger for battle.
For a more casual way to help Pokémon strengthen their base stats, Core Training lets players set up training bags, earned by completing Super-Training Regimens, for Pokémon in their party to use. Pokémon will work on Core Training by themselves, raising their stats on their own. By tapping on the Touch Screen during a Core Training session, players can help their Pokémon increase their base stats, too. Players will be able to see how their Pokémon are doing at their Core Training at any time from the main Super Training screen.
More never-before-seen Pokémon that players will encounter in the Kalos region have been announced
• By emitting radio waves from its antenna-shaped whiskers, new Electric- and Fairy-type Pokémon Dedenne can communicate with far-off allies. It can also plug its tail into outlets to drain electricity from them. Its Ability,Cheek Pouch, is new to Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. If a Pokémon with this Ability eats a Berry during battle, it will not only reap the benefit from the Berry, but the Pokémon will also be able to regain HP. Dedenne can learn the new Electric-type move Nuzzle, which looks cute as the user nuzzles up to a target with its cheeks fully charged, but it's quite dangerous! Nuzzle will do damage while paralyzing the opponent.
• Bunnelby is a new Normal-type Pokémon that creates its den by digging in the ground with its large, shovel-shaped ears. These powerful ears are strong enough to chop right through thick tree roots, making them a force to be reckoned with in battle. Bunnelby can learn the Ground-type move Dig. On the first turn, the user burrows underground, and on the second turn, it attacks! In Double Battles, a Pokémon can use Dig to avoid its ally's attack and then dish out damage on the next turn.
• It is now known that Skiddo evolves into the already announced Gogoat. A Grass-type Pokémon, Skiddo has a gentle nature and is said to be the first Pokémon to live alongside humans. Because of this relationship, Skiddo doesn't mind carrying people or supplies on its back, and it has become able to read the feelings of its riders through their grip on its horns. Skiddo can learn the Grass-type move Leaf Blade, where the user wields a sharp leaf to slice like a sword.
Introducing Gym Leader Korrina
Korrina is the Gym Leader in Shalour City, a seaside town known for its amazing views. It's also home to the Tower of Mastery, which seems to have a connection to Mega Evolution. Gym Leader Korrina seeks to draw out her Pokémon's strength to reach still greater heights, and it's said that she may hold the key to Mega Evolution! In addition to being a Gym Leader, Korrina is a fantastic roller skater.
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Mega forms, eh? Sounds interesting yet going to be a massive pain in competitive battles. Think almost everyone would at least have a pokemon that can mega evolve. Though perhaps they are coping Digimon, but its nice to see Pokemon move outside their comfort zone to which we've come accustom too.
In any case, you know how its going to be, something new and you'll not take kind to it until you grasp the game for yourself and you may think differently about it.
lets just pray to god they dont make a pokemon z. imagin this ad pokemon xyz in the clasified ads
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I pre-ordered this a couple of days ago and got a poster with Xerneas and that Y Pokemon, been getting most of my information from Tumblr and I can't wait until I can get my Sylveon. uvu
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ANYWAY, for those of you playing the game (or planning to in the near future), be careful when saving in Lumiose City:
I wouldn't call it a "game-breaking" bug, seeing as how it's very easy to avoid, and for many people, even easy to fix. Nevertheless, I thought I'd bring it to everyone's attention. I've heard Nintendo is aware of the bug, and they're planning a patch for it.
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We will surely see the outside world
I'm still really annoyed with this game on the fact of the stupid mega evolutions and that they made shiny Pokemon much more common.. They have done a great job with improvements though.
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I personally like the idea of Mega Evolutions. The only form I don't care for (at least so far; I haven't started my game yet and I'm trying to stay away from spoilers), is Mega Blastoise. The rest are pretty awesome imo, and I especially like Absol's and Lucario's mega forms. I'm just waiting for more events to reveal the mega forms of the other Hoenn starters.
But yeah, I've heard that shinies have become A LOT more common, which is kind of a downer, since getting one won't be as much of an accomplishment anymore... The only game I've had any luck with shinies is my HeartGold. I think I have around 12 that I've caught or hatched using the Masuda method. I was super proud of my shiny collection (including a now level 100 shiny Umbreon *squee*), but it seems 12 shinies won't be nearly as impressive in the Gen 6 games...
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When you run out of colors and gems, and have to start naming your games after letters of the alphabet, YOUR FRANCHISE HA LASTED WAY TOO LONG!
I won't disagree with this. But the game does sell and well, which makes them continue to create new games. Also, to be fair. The new X and Y is a far leap from what it used to be. They have done alot to give you a whole new experience this time around.
I'm still waiting for the day when they make a open world, 3D, RPG, Pokemon.
Last edited by Zainox; 10-17-2013 at 09:09 PM.
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I'm waiting for the day they make a Super Smash Bros style fighting game based on Pokemon. It's already been done for Digimon, TWICE. The games are Digimon Rumble Arena and Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (#2 is called Digimon Battle Chronicle in Japan).
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