With each generation of Pokemon games, there is always a list of brand new creatures making their way into fans’ hearts for the very first time. Sometimes the list is longer than others, but there is never a let down with the amount of new monsters to catch from game to game.
It’s no different in Pokemon X & Y which it store shelves and the Nintendo E-Shop on October 12. Not counting the Mega Evolutions, the game introduces 69 new Pokemon to the world, bringing the total amount of Pokemon up to 718 in the game’s 17 year history. It’s the lowest total of new Pokemon in the game’s history, but the list is impressive nonetheless as a new type is introduced in X & Y, the Fairy type Pokemon.
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Topics:3ds, Nintendo, Pokemon X, Pokemon Y, Video Games
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A freelance sports writer in Buffalo, NY, Michael Straw has been a member of the Fansided staff for a little over a year. In addition to a good seafood dinner, Michael is passionate about gaming, and the companies that power the industry. As an editor of Gamesided.com, Mike is dedicated to making GameSided the best source for gamers to get their news fix on the web.
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