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“US gamer”: Pokémon Sun and Moon: What Pokémon to Import with Pokémon Bank

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The Pokémon Company’s long-running storage service that acts as a bridge between the many different Pokémon games, the Pokémon Bank will finally allow us to access all the Pokémon not found in Pokémon Sun/Moon.
January’s here, and that means that the release of the Generation VII Pokémon Bank is here.
StartersSimultaneously some of the most played and the most sought-after Pokémon across all generations, starter Pokémon are good candidates to bring over.
It takes very little effort to do, so you might as well if you’ve got one of these Pokémon and access to the Bank.
Non-Alola Form PokémonWith all the buzz about the new Alola Forms of several Generation I Pokémon, it’s easy to forget that their Kanto cousins might as well be different Pokémon for the most part.

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Pokémon Bank now available for Pokémon Sun and Moon

Pokémon Bank now available for Pokémon Sun and Moon

https://t.co/XSh23CubsI pic.twitter.com/pZEU0sdDkH — Pokémon (@Pokemon) January 25, 2017The graphic below shows how Pokémon Bank will now communicate with Pokémon Sun and Moon.
The Pokémon Bank application has now been updated, according to the Pokémon Sun and Moon website.
From now until Oct. 2, a rare Z-Crystal item for the legendary Pokémon Mew will be given away exclusively through Pokémon Bank.
In celebration of the eagerly anticipated update, all Pokémon Bank users will receive a special gift.
To celebrate, all Pokémon Bank users can receive Mew’s Z-Crystal!

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Pokémon Bank update means you can finally catch ’em all on Pokémon Sun and Moon

Pokémon Bank update means you can finally catch 'em all on Pokémon Sun and Moon

The update brings an expanded National Pokédex, which pools information about Pokémon registered in each game connected to Pokémon Bank.
Although Pokémon Bank is a paid subscription service, it’s a pretty cheap one – £4.49 per year at time of writing.
Anyone who uses the newly updated Pokémon Bank between now and October 2 will get a Mewnium Z crystal.
ADVERTISEMENTThe Pokémon CompanyDepositing Pokémon into Pokémon Bank also earns you Poké Miles, which in turn become Battle Points in Sun and Moon and can be exchanged for items.
The Poké Transporter feature has been updated, allowing you to move Pokémon from classic titles over to Pokémon Bank.

collected by :Syrena Smith

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