The first images of Japanese magazine CoroCoro have leaked and revealed four brand new sixth generation Pokémon and some general details about Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, such as finally revealing the name of the region.
The CoroCoro leaks have revealed four very interesting new Pokémon, along with their names, types, heights and weights. The red bird Pokémon is called Yayakoma (0.3m, 1.7kg), is based off of a Japanese Robin, and is a Flying and Normal type Pokémon. It can also use the move Flame Charge. The Panda-like Pokémon goes by the name of Yanchamu (0.6m, 8.0kg), is a Fighting type Pokémon, and also knows a brand new move called Sharp Remark. The lizard-like Pokémon below Yanchamu is called Elikiteru (0.5m, 6.0kg) and is an Electric and Normal type Pokémon. Elikiteru also knows a new move going by the name of Parabola Charge which deals damage to opponents while also letting the user recover some HP. The final Pokémon to be revealed is a goat-like Pokémon going by the name of Gogoat (1.7m, 91.0kg) and is a Grass type which knows the move Horn Leech. The scan also shows the player being able to ride on Gogoat, however the BulbaNewsNow account is reporting that you can only ride Gogoat in a location called Miare City.
The first scan also gave us the first look at this generation's Pokédex, which seems to have a tablet like design.
The second scan shows off the male and female playable characters and also confirms that we'll be able to change their looks slightly. The scan says you can change a character's skin, eyes, and hair colour, and while that isn't much it's certainly a start! The scan also confirmed the region's name and gave us a look at the map. Pokémon X and Pokémon Y will be based in the Karos Region, which in turn is based on France.
It appears that Miare City is located in the center of the Karos region, much like Castelia City was within the Unova region. Miare City is same city that was originally shown off in the X&Y reveal trailer and is said to be very large in size, hence why you're allowed to ride Gogoat throughout it for quicker traveling. Lastly, the city's symbol is said to be the tall tower at its center.
The final scan shows off the Japanese boxart for Pokémon X and Pokémon Y.
It's worth keeping in mind that the magazine is still being leaked and translated, so more info may pop up as the day goes on, so it's worth checking back!