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'Pokemon Sun And Moon' Leaks & Rumors: Mysterious Chinese Tipster Teases Two New Pokemon [VIDEO]

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Although The Pokemon Company has given fans ample information ahead of the November release of "Pokemon Sun and Moon," rumors are still running rampant about the highly anticipated role-playing video games making the seemingly long wait even harder for avid gamers.

Meanwhile, a tipster dubbed the "Chinese Riddler" has become more credible with every tease he has released so far. The mysterious Chinese hacker recently leaked the Pokedex (via PokeJungle) and ardent Pokemon fans have been curious about its validity.

Fans should bear in mind that these are mere leaks and none of this is official. In fact, it won't be surprising if all this turns out to be a well planned-out theory. That being said, it's apparent that a lot of effort has gone into the leak; also, the tipster has reportedly released correct leaks in the past. "The Pokemon Sun and Moon" Chinese Riddler accurately teased Team Skull, the starter Pokemon, and the box legendaries Lunala and Solgaleo well before they were even officially announced, and now this mysterious hacker has rolled out a new teaser for fans to delve into.

The Chinese Riddler shared a couple of new images. While the first seems to be a staff next to Jang'mo'o, the other is a picture of an anime character alongside her voice actress, who is next to Oranguru.

The said actress is Yukie Nakama, according to reports on iDigitalTimes. The anime character, on the other hand, is the protagonist from Darker Than Black.

YouTuber aDrive posted a video (shown below) about Chinese Riddler's latest leaks:

In related news, Amazon India and Games The Shop have "Pokemon Sun and Moon" games up for pre-order. Both aforementioned online retailers have the highly anticipated duo of Pokemon games listed for Rs. 4,099 (about $62) each, Gadget360 reported.

The price is extremely steep, especially considering that the games are up for grabs for $40 (about Rs. 2,666) in the US.

What do you think about the latest leak by Chinese Riddler? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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