Posted by : nydia 4 sept. 2013



Two Limited Edition Pokémon-themed Nintendo 3DS XL Systems Launching on September 27


Como un claro guiño a los fieles seguidores del universo Pokémon, Nintendo acaba de confirmar que los añorados Bulbasaur, Squirtle y Charmander, criaturas con las que iniciamos la partida en los clásicos Pokémon Rojo y Azul de la Game Boy original, también formarán parte del equipo inicial de criaturas que podremos escoger al comenzar la aventura en los esperados Pokémon X / Y de Nintendo 3DS. 

De este modo, este trío se suma a los novedosos Froaki, Chespin y Fennekin, que debutan en esta edición, dejando que sea el jugador quien escoja de entre estas seis opciones distintas. 

Además, Nintendo también ha confirmado que estos tres Pokémon veteranos podrán alcanzar el llamativo estado megaevolución, adquiriendo la forma de Mega Venusaur, Mega Charizard y Mega Blastoise, como podéis comprobar en el vídeo que adjuntamos en esta misma noticia

BELLEVUE, WA—September 4, 2013—In a surprising twist announced this morning during a special Nintendo Direct presentation, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y players do not receive Chespin, Fennekin, or Froakie from Professor Sycamore but are in fact given the choice of a classic partner Pokémon—BulbasaurCharmander, or Squirtle—from the very first Pokémon games, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue! Adding to the excitement, once a player has evolved this Pokémon into Venusaur, Charizard, or Blastoise and obtained its unique Mega Stone, the Pokémon will be able to Mega Evolve while in battle.Mega VenusaurMega Charizard, and Mega Blastoise will possess overwhelming powers never before seen in a Pokémon game. Players can choose fan favorite Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle when Pokémon X and Pokémon Y launch worldwide October 12, 2013, for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.


More secrets about Mega Evolution were also revealed today. It was previously announced that certain Pokémon needed to hold a unique Mega Stone in order to Mega Evolve, but now it’s known that there is a second requirement players must fulfill for Mega Evolution to occur. Trainers must also obtain a bracelet called the Mega Ring that holds a mysterious stone called a Key Stone. The Trainer’s Key Stone resonates with the Mega Stone held by his or her Pokémon, and together they trigger the Evolution that is normally impossible—Mega Evolution.

Director from GAME FREAK inc., Mr. Junichi Masuda, also announced Pokémon Bank—a new Nintendo 3DS application and service that allows Pokémon X and Pokémon Y players to conveniently store up to 3,000 of their beloved Pokémon on the Internet. Pokémon Bank gives players the flexibility to store and deposit 100 Boxes worth of Pokémon. This is in addition to the Boxes found within Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, just like in previous Pokémon titles.


Additional features of Pokémon Bank include the ability to deposit and withdraw Pokémon from multiple copies ofPokémon X and Pokémon Y. Once a Pokémon X or Pokémon Y Game Card is inserted into a Nintendo 3DS system or the downloadable version of the game is opened, the Pokémon Bank software can be turned on for use. Players can then transfer Pokémon from multiple copies of the game via Pokémon Bank to one copy of Pokémon X or Pokémon Y.

Pokémon Bank software is activated upon payment of an annual service fee. This charge will support maintenance of the online server that allows players to store up to 3,000 Pokémon conveniently, and will provide the application's support for future Pokémon titles.


Players who activate Pokémon Bank, will be able to use its linked application, Poké Transporter, which makes transferring many Pokémon caught in other Pokémon games easy. What used to be a lengthy process to transfer Pokémon from a previous Pokémon game to the latest titles is now a breeze with Poké Transporter—just insertPokémon BlackPokémon WhitePokémon Black 2, or Pokémon White 2 into your Nintendo 3DS system and usePoké Transporter to transfer Pokémon from those games into Pokémon Bank.

Pokémon Bank will be available in North America on Nintendo eShop. More details about this software, including a free trial period, will be added to Pokemon.com in the near future.


Also announced in this morning’s Nintendo Direct presentation were details for the North American release of two special Nintendo 3DS XL hardware designs featuring imagery from Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. These systems come in Red or Blue and feature brand new Legendary Pokémon Xerneas and Yveltal. The systems will launch on September 27 at a suggested retail price of $199.99 each.

To view the Nintendo Direct presentation in its entirety, visit http://www.nintendo.com/nintendo-direct.

For more information about Pokémon X and Pokémon Y for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, including new images and gameplay video featuring information announced today, please visit Pokemon.com/XYPokémon X and Pokémon Y will be sold at major retailers and digitally on Nintendo eShop.

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