Jun 06, 2016 07:49 AM EDT
‘Pokemon Sun And Moon’ Full Feature Details, Rumors: What We Know So Far About The Upcoming Pokemon Mega 3DS? [VIDEOS]
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" has kept fans giggling as every bit of details confirmed and unconfirmed are giving away massive ideas on how the game will dominate as an exciting mega 3DS. Listed below are four great news about the most awaited Nintendo 3DS feature game:
1) Newest Legendaries
Introducing Solgaleo and Lunala, they are the two newest legendaries in the Pokéverse. Solgaleo (right) will pop up in Pokémon Sun, while Lunala (left) will star in Pokémon Moon. To help you out on which version to get, Solgaleo is a psychic/steel creature and Lunala is psychic/ghost. Both new Pokémon games will be released on 3DS November 18, Kotaku reported.
2) The New Pokédex
There will be a new Pokédex that is inhabited by a Rotom, a ghost-like Pokémon that has the ability to possess objects and machinery.
It has been 3 gens since we have a new Rotom Form /;w;/ So happy for Rotom Pokedex! pic.twitter.com/Ouq273JYje— Eledora (@GreenleafJr) June 2, 2016
More than recording Pokémon info, Rotom shines with its own personality. This Rotom Pokédex shows your present location and your next destination. It also provides advice on where to go next, based on the conversations you have with other gamers, The Pokémon Company said.
3) The Infamous Pikachu Name Change
In May, Nintendo released the new Chinese-language names of the original 151 Pokémon characters. Fans in Hong Kong were dejected to find out many of them were renamed in Mandarin. Conversely, Pikachu was initially translated as 比卡超 or Bei-kaa-chyu in Hong Kong. But it was changed into 皮卡丘 or Pikaqiu. Although the Mandarin 皮卡丘 sounds more alike with the universally renowned name Pikachu, it was read as Pei-kaa-jau in Cantonese that does not sound the same at all, University Herald Reported.
4) The Map
This discrioption bannered at "Amazon's" website affirms the theory that the "Alola Region" is formed by a series of island, which may potentially hold the battles. However,Comic Book said, Pokemon fans has already hinted about this theory as the "Alola Region" has been patterned and based on the chains of island forming Hawaii located at the Pacific Ocean, University Herald reported.
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