Pokemon Sun and Moon will arrive on November 18 for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS and each game will cost $39.99. If you don’t want to wait until November to purchase the two games, you can pre-order them from Walmart, Amazon, Target, Best Buy, ToysRus or GameStop. Some of the features that are expected to be added to these games involve a new Pokedex, a new lighting system, and the option to dress characters with light clothing because of the hot climate from the tropical islands of the Alola region. But, most important, the players will introduce nine new Pokemon.
The new lighting system will allow some Pokemon to come out only during day light, while other Pokemon will appear at night. When players will get further into the game, day will turn into night and that’s when other creatures will make their appearance.
The developers have worked on a new Pokedex whose role will be to convince trainers to finish the game. Rotom Pokedex works with the trainer, and he’s able to give directions, knowing current locations and future destinations.
There are low chances for Litten to receive Ground typing as its primary typing, but it will continue to be Fire type only, while Rowlett will change to a Ground/Grass type, from a Flying/Grass type. Players will notice these changes during its evolutions.
Alola will be an island region in both games and will have a hot climate. The archipelago will contain islands with their own Pokemon Guardian. The names of all the nine new Pokemon that will make their appearance in Pokemon Sun and Moon are: Grubbin, Iwanko, Litten, Lunala, Magearna, Poppilo, Rowlet, Solgaleo and Yungoos.
If you want to watch the official trailer of Pokemon Sun and Moon, here it is:
Also, if you missed the recent episode Pokénchi, then you should know that Professor Kukui has presented his new Pokémon Rockruff. Here’s the video of it:
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