A List Of New Moves In Pokemon X And Y [VIDEO]: How Awesome Will They Look With 3DS Graphics?
By Staff Writer | July 17, 2013 11:01 AM EDT
With Pokemon X and Pokemon Y releasing for the 3DS October 12, a host of new moves and attacks have been unveiled along with new Pokemon for the Kalos Pokedex.
Here is a list of the new moves that we know so far.
-Boom Burst (Noivern)
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-Draining Kiss (Swirlix), a Fairy-type move that does damage and restores the user's HP.
-Fairy Wind (Gardevoir, Flabebe, Sylveon), damages the opponent.
-Geomancy (Xerneas), a Fairy-type move that damages the opponent.
-Moon Blast (Sylveon)
-Noble Roar (Litleo), lowers the target's attack and special attack.
-Oblivion Wing (Yveltal), damages the opponent.
-Parabolic Charge (Helioptile), an Electric-type move that damages the opponent and restores the user's HP equal to half the damage dealt.
-Parting Shot (Pancham), lowers the target's attack and special attack, then switches the user out.
-Topsy-Turvy (Inkay), a Dark-type move that reverses all stat changes on the target Pokemon, making positive changes negative and negative changes positive.
Unsurprisingly, many of the new moves are Fairy-type moves to go along with the new Pokemon type, and some of the new moves remain unconfirmed as far as their types.
No doubt, these Pokmeon moves are just the beginning of a slew of new moves, but Pokemon X and Y will also include original moves like String Shot, Flame Charge, Sludge Bomb, and Vine Whip.
The great thing about Pokemon X and Y being released for the 3DS is the enhanced graphics of these moves, many of which have been shown in gameplay trailers.
Check some of them below:
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