Pokemon X And Y Shiny Pokemon Giveaway Events [UPDATE]: More Dialga, Palkia, Giratina Distribution Regions Announced Prior To 3DS Release
By Staff Writer | August 03, 2013 04:37 PM EDT
As Pokemon X and Y prepare for its October 12 release, major shiny Pokemon giveaway events will be held all over the world to celebrate the 3DS release, with more regions being announced every day.
Firstly, as previously reported, this event is for all the Pokemon lovers who no doubt possess either Pokemon Black 2 or Pokemon White 2, just in time to upgrade to Pokemon X and Y.
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From August 30 to September 12, the shiny Dialga will be available for download through UK GAME locations. From September 12 to September 26, prepare for the shiny Palkia giveaway events. And finally, September 27 to October 12 will see the shiny Giratina available for the giveaway.
In addition to the previous announced US and UK shiny Pokemon giveaway events, the Creation Trio giveaway events will also be held in Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, and Latin America, and Canada. The dates for the various distributions will be the same.
As confirmed by the Nintendo 3DS UK Facebook page, shiny Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina will be distributed at level 100.
Given the scope of these shiny Pokemon giveaway events prior to the release of Pokemon X and Y, it is likely more region will be announced in due time.
Stay tuned for more updates.
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