'Pokemon Sun And Moon' Gameplay, Release Update: The One Element That Makes 'Pokemon Sun,' 'Pokemon Moon' Different REVEALED; Ultra Jellyfish-Like Beast Is BIG THREAT!By Mary B. Stewart
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" will be released in celebration of Pokemon's 20th anniversary. The "Pokemon Sun" is set to follow the 3DS internal clock while "Pokemon Moon" will be 12 hours ahead. The games are expected to balance new features while keeping the nostalgia.
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" are expected to have new Pokemon, updated key plot points, and characters that may help bring life in the world of Alola. Nintendo has also revealed a game trailer in the Official Pokemon YouTube channel, featuring rare ultra beasts such as the jellyfish-like Pokemon called UB-01 that is expected to be a "threat" to other characters.
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" trailer also introduced the Aether Foundation. It is the research organization on Alola that is set to figure out the mystery behind the Ultra Beasts. Meanwhile, Nintendo has changed the way the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" is played and fans have reportedly been responsive to these changes.
Most "Pokemon Sun and Moon" gamers and series devotees have had radical changes in their discussions since the latest installments of the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" legendaries and starters were unmasked, Game Rant reported. Discussions prior to the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" may have leaned more on small changes that needed to be made in the original series formula, but fans may have become more accepting of the newest Pokemon with its imminent release.
Nintendo, on the other hand, has teased its fans with several trailers of "Pokemon Sun and Moon," featuring never before seen Pokemon designs and an all-new Pokemon mini throwing game. The "Pokemon Sun and Moon" trailer has unveiled three new Pokemon: Jangmo-o, a Dragon-type character that is expected to turn into a new series favorite.
The "Pokemon Sun and Moon" Alolan version of Raticate from Alolan Rattata were featured earlier this week in the trailer where Snorlax was standing up; and Null, the "Synthetic Pokemon," Polygon reported. "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will also include Dexio and Sina from "Pokemon X and Y" who arrived in Alola in search of Zygarde.
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" will officially be launched on Nov. 18, 2016 for Nintendo 3DS and 2Ds consoles. Watch the Ultra Beasts and the Aether Foundation Debut in this "Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon" video: