Pokettomonsuta! Japanese Pokémon trailer released today

Weird Japanese pocket monsters never looked so good!

Konichiwa Pokémon fans! In anticipation of their 2 upcoming games Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, the Pokémon Company released a new trailer on YouTube. The trailer is entirely in Japanese, but fear not dear readers — even if you don’t speak Japanese, it’s easy to see how the game will look and the plethora of new Pokémon heading our way.

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There’s no way of knowing what the names of all these critters will be, but we do know one of them. Zygarde, from the previous games Pokémon X and Y, makes an appearance in the trailer. In the video it appears to be changing from its 50% form into its complete form. It then proceeds to decimate the opposing Pokémon.

It looks like Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon will release for Nintendo 3DS this November in Japan. There’s no word yet regarding release dates for the rest of the world. Check out the official website for more details and get ready for battle, or as they say in Japan — tatakai!


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