Pokemon X And Y Mega Evolution List Leaked With All Starters Receiving Evolutions? Anime, Movie To Air October 19 On Cartoon Network
By Staff Writer | September 10, 2013 09:25 AM EDT
Pokemon X and Y is just around the corner, and it appears the full Mega Evolution list has been leaked with all starters receiving evolutions!
First leaked by 2Chan, a particular image shows a long list of Pokemon with the X and Y logo near the top, and every Mega Evolution Pokemon that have been revealed so far are included.
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Judging by the list here, it seems many Pokemon like Executor, Serebii, Metagross, and Genesect are reportedly receiving Mega Evolutions.
And one thing that makes the list interesting is that like what many Pokemon X and Y fans are already theorizing, 2Chan is proposing that all the Pokemon starters are included in the Mega Evolution list.
With CoroCoro expected to leak in just a few days, we shall see if this Pokemon X and Y Mega Evolution list is legitimate or not.
In addition, the Pokemon X and Y anime will reportedly air a special preview October 19 in the U.S.!
According to Serebii, a special sneak peek featuring the first two Pokemon X and Y anime episodes will air on Cartoon Network, which will immediately follow the airing of the latest Pokemon movie!
That's right, the Pokemon movie "Genesect and the Legend Awakened" will also air on Cartoon Network October 19.
The plot of the anime and the movie are reportedly tied together, so airing them back-to-back is logical. In addition, they will help amp up the excitement surrounding Pokemon X and Y.
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