Pokemon X And Y Pokedex Update: Swirlix, Spritzee Evolutions Unveiled In Girl's Magazine, Chespin Final Evolution Leak?
By Staff Writer | October 03, 2013 10:12 AM EDT
Pokemon X and Y are just around the corner, and two more Pokedex entries have been unveiled, and not in CoroCoro.
Meet the evolutions of Swirlix and Spritzee! They have appeared in the Japanese girl's magazine Ciao, which happens to be owned by the same company that owns CoroCoro.
Their Japanese names are Peroriimu (Swirlix evolution) and Furefuwan (Spritzee evolution), although their English Pokedex entry names will probably be vastly different.
One thing Pokemon X and Y fans can tell with this marketing spread is its attempt to attract the female demographic. You can see the accessorizing factor of Pokemon X and Y being highlighted, and Pokedex entries that are more colorful and vibrant being included, like Furfrou.
So far, however, some fans seem ambivalent on this Pokemon X and Y Pokedex update.
"Meh, to me they are just some Pokemon. Not my favourite in design, but I'm not going to berate them for no reason. If you like them, you like them, if not just move on and don't use them. That's my opinion," writes Chaos on Pokejungle.
"Although speaking of which this in one of the only times I've not been fond of a Pokemon design...guess they will grow on me over time."
"Do we know for sure that Spritzee's only a two stager? There could still be hope..." writes HikaruAyame.
Meanwhile, much like the final evolutions for Froakie and Fennekin, a final starters evolution of Chespin has been leaked!
As seen in the image above, it is decisively more epic and awesome than what fans have previously predicted.
From another leaked Pokemon X and Y Pokedex entry, we can see that this Pokemon is called Chesnaught, and is a Grass/Fighting dual-type.
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