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Four new Pokémon unveiled
- Reported on Bulbanews by SnorlaxMonster
Originally reported in CoroCoro Comics magazine
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The June 2013 issue of CoroCoro Comics has leaked, and revealed four new Pokémon. Several other new features, such as riding Pokémon, are also featured in the article.
The new Pokémon are Yanchamu (ヤンチャム), Yayakoma (ヤヤコマ), Erikiteru (エリキテル), and Gōgōto (ゴーゴート).
The new moves revealed are 「すてゼリフ」 Parting Remark, which decreases the opponent's stats, and 「パラボラチャージ」 Parabola Charge.
The new region is called Karosu (カロス地方) and it is shaped like a five-pointed star. Miare City (ミアレシティ) is located at the center of the region. The symbol of Miare City is the tall tower in its center. Miare City appears to be the city seen in the original trailer. Miare City is so big that players ride Gōgōto in it to traverse it; players can direct Gōgōto with its horns.
The new Pokédex is shown, and it is card-shaped and has a holographic center that is visible when the two ends are separated.
There are now three slightly different characters of each gender to choose from. Text boxes are now of variable size. Images indicate that the player can now walk diagonally.
Also, information about the starter Pokémon has been revealed. Chespin, the Shelled Chestnut Pokémon, has a tough shell covering its head and back that protects it from attacks, can put its strength into the spikes on its head to stiffen and sharply stab with them, can learn Tackle, Growl, Vine Whip and Rollout, and is 0.4 m tall and weighs 9.0 kg. Fennekin, the Fox Pokémon, blows hot air out of its ears that can reach over 200°C, and is 0.4 m tall and weighs 9.4 kg. Froakie, the Foam Frog Pokémon, is able to jump as high as a three-story building, has strong bubbles on its chest that are strong enough to protect it from enemy attacks and can be launched at opponents to block their field of vision, and is 0.3 m tall and weighs 7.0 kg.
The box art of Pokémon X and Y have been revealed, and confirms that X and Y will be compatible with the Nintendo Network.
Selecting one of several preset characters
The player walking diagonally
Miare City in the trailer