Pokemon X And Y Shiny Pokemon Unveiled? Pokemon Amie Features To Affect Battle Gameplay!
By Staff Writer | August 26, 2013 09:20 AM EDT
As the Pokemon X and Y Pokedex continue to develop, the recent gameplay demo at Gamescom and Pokemon Game Show has apparently allowed first glimpses of shiny Pokemon.
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In the image above, fans can see a shiny Fennekin, with a whole new color scheme, battling a Pikachu.
Apparently in addition to brand new 3D models, Pokemon X and Y will continue the tradition of shiny Pokemon with the new Kalos Pokedex.
In addition to shiny Fennekin, there are also images of a shiny Froakie and allegedly a shiny Mewtwo floating around for Pokemon X and Y.
However, these images are unconfirmed, with some sources alleging they are fake. Still, it is entirely possible that shiny Pokemon will continue to have a presence in Pokemon X and Y, regardless.
Meanwhile, the features of Pokemon Amie continue to be revealed, with features even affecting Pokemon battle.
According to Serebii, Pokemon Amie stats are tracked through three major categories: Friendliness, Hunger, and Play.
Interacting with Pokemon in X and Y through Pokemon Amie will even affect Pokemon during battle.
So far, these are the known effects that can be achieved through Pokemon Amie.
--Text: The introduction message and battle gameplay dialogue changes.
--Critical Hit Ratio: The ratio of Critical Hits increases.
--Evasion: The evasion rate increases.
--Paralysis: The Pokemon has a chance of healing itself from paralysis.
--Survival: The Pokemon has a chance to endure a KO hit.
It seems Pokemon Amie definitely has the capability to enhance gameplay even more for Pokemon X and Y!
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