Adventuring into Pokemon XY – Ridiculous Pokemon and Mega-Evolution

A look into Pokemon X (and Y), and how Mega-Evolution and new-generation Pokemon are done.

Making the decision to invest into Pokemon X had many weighted factors that irked me as a an old-timey Pokemon fan. One of these factors involved the copious amounts of Pokemon that have been added to the evolved Pokedex, and the thought of Mega-Evolutions. I’m quite happy to accept change, but I do love my old Pokemon Leaf Green.

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Working Through the Ridiculous Pokemon

One of the most embarrassing parts of playing this new generation Pokemon game is what the Pokemon types and species have become. Some of them, I admit, are genius: like Zygarde and Amaura. They are unique in their design and powers and I find them to be very complimentary to this new Pokemon game.

On the other hand, the ridiculous Pokemon such as Klefki (a giant flying key-ring), and Honedge (a flying sword), make me a bit worried for the future of my beloved childhood past-time, Pokemon will become.

What is this Mega-Evolution thingy?

Another bit about Pokemon X (and Y) that gets me a little fidgety is Mega-Evolution. It’s nice to have this for new Pokemon like Banette, but I never expected there to be one for the old-timey Mewtwo. But just for the record, Mega-Evolution is really cool! You would have never expected this from Pokemon, and I hope they continue to come up with these types of add-ons to their future games.

Keep on the lookout for more Pokemon X reviews, cause I’ll surely be bringing them. Also, if you have any questions about the game, feel free to comment. Always here to help!

What did you think about Pokemon X and Y? Comment below with your opinion!

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Adventuring into Pokemon XY – Ridiculous Pokemon and Mega-Evolution
A look into Pokemon X (and Y), and how Mega-Evolution and new-generation Pokemon are done.

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