‘Pokémon Sun And Moon’ Trailer Showing Raichu Alola Form, New Pokémon Leaks Ahead Of Japan Release
While the world continues to go crazy over “Pokémon Go,” Game Freak is taking its time in developing its two RPGs for Nintendo 3DS, “Pokémon Sun” and “Pokémon Moon.” The two games are slated for a November release, but several leaks have been popping up online ever since they were announced.Today, the popularity of “Pokémon Sun and Moon” is once again proven after 4chan users leaked the trailer for the game ahead of its official release.Supposedly, the trailer is set to premiere in Japan this Friday at 10 a.m. JST or 9 p.m. EDT, Polygon reported.
Pokémon Sun and Moon’s villains — and leaked Pokémon — introduced in new trailer
Pokémon Sun and Moon’s new trailer is out a little earlier than expected — perhaps due to many of its announcements ending up online yesterday.Still, the video above is a lengthy look at several new Pokémon, as well as an introduction to Team Skull, the enemies players will have to take down to save the Alola region.The Pokémon take the focus here, with in-game footage of several water-types shown off for the first time.
New Pokémon in Sun and Moon include sad fish, surfing Raichu
Please, please let me visit the room where new Pokémon are created.I want to know exactly what was going on when the team came up with Wishiwashi, a small, sad fish that becomes a group of slightly less sad fish when it reaches a certain level.Wishiwashi is one of three entirely new Pokémon revealed today for the upcoming Pokémon Sun and Moon games for Nintendo 3DS.
Pokémon Sun and Moon trailer reveals new forms for classic monsters like Raichu
Pikachu’s ultimate form is getting a radical upgrade.A new trailer for Pokémon Sun and Moon has revealed some interesting content for the anticipated games.In it, we see some new Pokémon, but we also get a look at Alola versions of old favorites like Raichu (Pikachu’s evolution) and Meowth.
These are Pokémon Sun and Moon’s seven new Pokémon and the villainous Team Skull
The surprises promised by Pokémon Sun and Moon’s new trailer may have been spoiled yesterday by some extensive leaks, but that doesn’t change the fact that there are several new characters to meet, both Pokémon and human.Below, we’ll introduce to you to the latest additions to the Pokédex, as well as the heads of Team Skull, the jerks who are trying to ruin everyone else’s fun in the upcoming Nintendo 3DS games.The misfits of Team SkullTeam Skull revels in its malevolence, according to the group’s official descriptions; they’re bad for the sake of being bad.