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Pokémon Games

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December is here and with Christmas and the end of the year in sight the final legendary give-away for the sixth generation of Pokémon games has now gone live.

This even allows Pokémon fans to get their hands on a Meloetta for Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. The details of Meloetta are as follows:
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Just as most of the world are sinking their teeth into Pokémon Sun and Moon, Eurogamer have reported on a frankly incredible rumour: Pokémon Sun and Moon are getting a third version, codenamed Pokémon Stars, but on Nintendo Switch instead of 3DS.

This would mark two major milestones for Pokémon: It'd be the first time a main-series Pokémon generation spanned two console devices, but far more importantly, it would mark the first time in Pokémon's 20-year history that a main-series Pokémon game is playable on your TV without additional hardware.

Let's collect the rumours so far – click through to read more...
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Now that Halloween has come and gone the latest mythical Pokémon distribution has begun. Up for grabs this month is Genesect, which will once again require you to visit a participating store in order to obtain a Genesect download code (or multiple codes, if you're lucky).

The Genesect codes are available at Gamestop in the US; GAME in the UK; and EBGames in Canada and Australia/New Zealand.

As per usual, the distribution will run until November 24th while supplies last. You can use your Genesect code via the Mystery Gift menu to receive your awesome mythical bug on a copy of Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby, or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire.

We're getting towards the end of the Pokémon Sun and Moon info dumps, and they've saved up some great stuff for today's reveals. Firstly and most importantly, we've got the final starter evolutions for Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio finally revealed – and yes, they match the leaks from months ago. What we didn't know was their secondary types – and there are a few surprises in store!

We've also got new information on three more Island Guardians, Alolan Persian, and a brand new Battle Tree. Click through for full details...
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As promised a few weeks ago, the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Special Demo Version (try saying that five times fast) is now rolling out on the Nintendo eShop for all 3DS handhelds, including the 2DS. If you're in Asia or Europe, the demo is already live and ready to go, and if you're in the US, the demo will go live at 7 AM PST.

If any of you have played the demo so far, let us know in the comments what you think of it!
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So, along came October 14th and with it a new trailer and a wealth of new information. Some of it confirms what we've learned from Corocoro, and other information still is brand new.

Click here to continue reading about the update and what it reveals.
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Finally, the rest of the relevant pages leaked, confirming the information revealed in the previous update in regard to Type: Null and Jangmo-o's evolutions, as well as including some new information about the games and (shudder) the upcoming Sun/Moon Anime.

Click here to read the newly-confirmed and new information!
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It's CoroCoro leak time. Firstly, a new Alolan variant has been revealed: this time, it's Alolan Grimer, which is now a Poison / Dark type. At the moment, we don't know anything more about it.​

The other two reveals do not have their corresponding scans, so right now this information is speculative and completely unconfirmed. While these are probably real, we are missing the usual proof, so take these with a very large pinch of salt. Click through to see them...
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A new trailer has been released today that showcases some new gameplay elements in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon as well as the mid-stage evolutions for the three starter Pokémon.


Read on to find out more!
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If you're living in North America and originally missed your chance to get a Hoopa, your Pokédex will be happy to hear that a second chance Hoopa event has begun. By heading into the Mystery Gift menu, players with a North American copy of Pokémon X, Y, Omega Ruby, or Alpha Sapphire can use the special code 2016HOOPA to download Hoopa onto your games.

For the record, yes, this code works for those of you living in Canada, too.

This particular event giveaway is only running for a very short time - from today until October 9th - so make sure to grab your Hoopa ASAP before your window of opportunity closes!