Pokemon X And Y Review Copies Sent Out [SPOILERS]: Starters Evolutions, Gym Leaders, New Pokedex Additions, Mega Evolutions News?
By Staff Writer | September 28, 2013 01:44 PM EDT
Pokemon X and Y are just around the corner, and review copies of the games are being sent out to professional game news outlets, which mean a slew of spoilers are appearing online.
Currently, it seems Italian game reviewers have received copies of Pokemon X and Y, and images are starting to appear on 4Chan to confirm it.
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However, one particular Italian leaker is claiming a host of spoilers regarding the starters evolutions, gym leaders, Pokedex additions, and news on Mega Evolutions.
Remember that these spoilers are unconfirmed, but here they are nonetheless:
--The final starters evolutions are called Frogue, Chesknight, and Kyubixen.
--The first five gym leaders are Bug, Fairy, Electric, Fighting, Steel.
--There is a Gym Leader with a blue jacket and yellow hair, and another Gym Leader with gems in his hair who best friends.
--Professor Sycamore and an old man named Master Calix are both learning about Mega Pokemon and Mega Evolutions. Calix gives you a level 20 Riolu with a Lucarionite to train.
--As far new Pokedex additions, there is a Pokemon called Gorem (Ground/Grass) who can learn the move Wood Hammer. Koadly is a small bear/koala Pokemon who is a Fairy-type. There is also a phoenix Pokemon named Aquerial with soaked wings that is Water/Flying.
Given that review copies are coming out, screenshots confirming or denying these Pokemon X and Y spoilers will inevitably come out.
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