Pokemon X And Y Unveils Mega Kangaskhan At 2013 World Championships [VIDEO]: Will Official Soundtrack Include Mega Evolution Theme?
By Staff Writer | August 12, 2013 06:25 AM EDT
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The 2013 Pokemon World Championships was held over the weekend in Vancouver, and none other than Junichi Masuda showed up to support the hundreds of Pokemon lovers.
Reportedly, as an introduction to the World Championship Finals, Masuda showcased a new Pokemon X and Y video, which revealed Mega Kangaskhan, joining the roster of Mega Pokemon including Mega Mew Two, Mega Lucario, Mega Ampharos, Mega Mawile, Mega Absol, and Mega Blaziken.
According to Pokejungle, Mega Kangaskhan has the Parental Bond ability, which allows the Mega Evolution to attack twice in a turn using its child as support.
Interestingly enough, a new Pokemon X and Y trailer debuted on Youtube around the same time, showcasing the five previously introduced Mega Pokemon, without Mega Kangaskhan in the footage.
Check out the trailer below:
In addition, Pokemon X and Y will come with its very own soundtrack release this November!
The soundtrack will allegedly include a whopping 220 tracks from Pokemon X and Y, and will be available on iTunes.
Think the Mega Evolution Pokemon will have its very own theme?
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