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Pokémon Sun and Moon are two upcoming games developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo, later this year. They will be part of the famous Pokémon franchise, which was launched 20 years ago, and the players will return to the land of Pocket Monsters. The games will be available in the following languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and traditional Chinese, and will be released this fall.



Speculations about the development of the Nintendo NX console have started years ago, but Nintendo hasn’t confirmed its existence yet. Hopefully, the company will give more information about this device at the Electronic Entertainment Expo event, which will take place in June. It’s important to release this hybrid VR gaming console, because the Pokémon Sun and Moon are expected to be played on it, and reports predict that the Nintendo NX, alongside the PlayStation VR will cause a drop in Xbox One’s sales.

As for the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, there is no news related to features, but most likely, the players will continue to breed, capture and send creatures to battle against enemies. However, Nintendo has mentioned the introduction of the PokeBank service, with which the players can offload their monsters onto other versions of the game, such as Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y.

Nintendo have also taken into consideration the captures captured in Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow and these versions will be compatible only if the gamers will use the Virtual Console versions. If you have the original GameBoy versions, then they won’t be supported by the new game.

Currently, Nintendo is busy with the preparation for the event that will be organized for the celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the franchise. Later this year, the company will release Pokémon Go, the game that will allow the players to catch Pokémon in the real world, using a small wearable that will inform them when a creature will be nearby. The game will be supported on iPhones and Android smartphones. The Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon cost $39.99 each and they can be preorder from video game retailer GameStop.

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