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Pokemon Sun/Moon Demo Suggests That The Game Is New Nintendo 3DS Enhanced

Rufina Vignone | 19 Ottobre, 2016, 23:08

At the very least, it means that you won't be able to access the Internet Browser or Miiverse while playing the game on standard 3DS systems.

Speaking with Kotaku on the topic of fan-games, Pokemon Sun and Moon producer Junichi Masuda admits "Yes, of course, I see a lot of the-well, it's hard to say an example, but I see a lot of people on Twitter [sending me] different takes [on Pokemon]".

The demo is a glimpse into the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" game experience.

While HMs were a clever mechanic in the original games, many players have soured to HMs over the years because the restrictions they place on a player's team.

Then, players will be able to travel the Alola Region hunting for Mega Stones to make their Pokemon Mega Evolve.

You can see in the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" trailer that the trials do not require battling. Further details related to "Pokemon Sun and Moon " have also been revealed.

Right after the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" demo was released for Nintendo 3DS, it has been data mined for the upcoming games' full Pokedex size.

Datamining suggests that there will be 800 Pokemon in the Sun and Moon Pokedex, and has revealed monster and item sprites, new moves and abilities. The demo also contains Alolan versions of some of the first generation Pokemon, such as Diglett, Dugtrio, Persian and the Geodude family. The revelation also brought to the fore the final evolutions for each of Sun and Moon's starters, as well as Shinies. These are Pokemon in rare colour combinations for the starters.

Why so much unused and supposedly secret detail was included in the game's demo is unknown.

Pokemon Sun and Moon comes out on November 18th in the United States and Japan, and November 23rd in Japan.

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