Pokemon X And Y Pokedex Rumors [PHOTO]: New Treant Pokemon Unveiled In ExtremeSpeed Genesect Movie
By Staff Writer | July 13, 2013 10:34 AM EDT
With Pokemon X and Pokemon Y releasing October 12 and the latest Pokemon movie "ExtremeSpeed Genesect: Mewtwo Awaken" premiering in Japanese theaters, a new Pokemon has been seen during the film's pre-screening which may be a new addition to the X and Y Pokedex.
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According to many sources at All About Pokemon and Pokejungle, the name of the new Pokemon is speculated to be Orotto or Aulotte, a grass-type Pokemon.
Descriptions of this Pokemon differ, but while some described it as a treant (famously seen in "Lord of the Rings") or a Mandragora ("Final Fantasy," "Dragon Quest").
After a major reveal of five new Pokemon X and Y Pokemon earlier this week, it appears Nintendo is being very strategic with a steady stream of Pokedex updates to keep fans going.
At the same time, this will help gain interest in "ExtremeSpeed Genesect: Mewtwo Awakens."
In addition to this new Pokemon, "ExtremeSpeed Genesect: Mewtwo Awakens" will also feature X and Y Pokemon Sylveon as well as the new form of Mewtwo.
With the Pokemon movie premiering today, an official image will no doubt be released very soon.
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