Well, there goes the rarity of legendary Pokemon and one off items then. Yes, as the title suggests, someone on Youtube has found a glitch in the games that lets you duplicate items and Pokemon, in a very similar way to how it worked in past games. So if you want to find out how, keep reading and watch the video…
Unfortunately, Nintendo’s luck in other categories wasn’t quite as good, with the only other award winners being Super Mario 3D World for best Nintendo game and Animal Crossing New Leaf for best ‘casual’ game. Which is a bit of a shame really, given that not one Nintendo title was nominated for ‘best soundtrack’ (an absolutely insane decision) and that Pokemon X and Y lost the ‘best RPG’ award. But what was A Link Between Worlds up against? What other awards did Nintendo win? Read on to find out!
A short while ago, before Pokemon X and Y were released this October, I wrote a rather controversial article about how Mega Gengar could be the big game breaker of the generation. But while some people in the comments disagreed, it seems like now the competitive Pokemon community has seemingly though the same thing, with Smogon quick banning Gengarite from the Overused tier.
The games may have already been out for over a month, but up until now we’ve oddly had no artwork of the other Mega Pokemon in the game or fan favourites like Goomy. Now though, that’s all about to change, since the official Pokemon website has posted a bunch of artwork showing all manner of ‘new’ Pokemon, which can be seen in the full post. Enjoy!
Like Pokemon X and Y? Like the music from these sixth generation Pokemon games? Well you’re now in luck, since Nintendo has officially released the games music on iTunes, for people of all regions to buy in digital download format! Here’s the link to the page on which you can buy the soundtrack: https://itunes.apple.com/en/album/pokemon-x-pokemon-y-super/id741190064?l=en
Taken directly from the official strategy guide by the owner of Serebii.net, it shows a couple of the Mega Evolutions not featured in the official site yet, like Mega Gyarardos and a few others. Which ones? Guess you’ll have to keep reading to find out!
As of just a few hours ago, Nintendo and Game Freak have uploaded a nice promo video for the Pokemon X and Y soundtrack to their official Youtube channel. They’ve also posted some new details about what songs are included. So what is it like? What’s included? Find out in the full article!
Basically, it chains fishing attempts together at full speed with no human input (after a first button press activation), then sets off a buzzer whenever a shiny Pokemon appears. It was made by Youtuber dekuNukem, and can be seen in the video after the break…
Don’t take these as real just yet (it’s just a rumour so far), but it seems like there’s now a chance that Latias and Latios could well get Mega Evolved forms in Pokemon X and Y. Yep, the same hacker who supposedly leaked the three event legendaries for this gen also used hacks to make Latias and Latios appear in Mega Form in the game, resulting in some interesting forms you can see below.
Remember a while back when we mentioned Diancie, Hoopa and Volcanion as the event only Pokemon in X and Y based on some GTS data and Serebii.net’s pages? Well now might be the first chance to see these Pokemon in action, especially if these rumoured images are real! Keep reading to see Diancie, Hoopa and Volcanion for the first time!