Pokemon X And Y [PHOTOS]: Rayquaza, Groudon, Keldeo, And Jirachi! Legendary Pokedex Entries Unveiled With 3DS Models!
By Staff Writer | November 22, 2013 09:46 AM EST
Pokemon X and Y have been released, and hackers are uncovering photos of legendary Pokedex entries with their 3DS models.
As some X and Y fans know, a hacker by the name of Smealum has been causing quite the buzz within the Pokemon community for uncovering Diancie, Volcanion, and Hoopa, as well as the Mega Evolution for Latias and Latios.
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Allegedly, Smealum has achieved this through RAM editing with a hardware-hacked 3DS and partial decryption of the file system.
And it seems that either Smealum, or someone of equal hacking skills, has been able to uncover multiple legendary Pokemon within X and Y, including Rayquaza, Groudon, Keldeo, and Jirachi.
In the screenshots, fans can also clearly see Latios being used by the player.
Although none of these images are official, fans are going crazy over seeing so many legendary Pokemon all at once in Pokemon X and Y.
"It'll be cool if Jirachi's third eye opens during one of its move animations," writes heavymetallamb on Pokejungle.
"Oh my..." adds Jordanite.
Of course, none of these legendary Pokemon are currently obtainable in X and Y. This leaves Nintendo with plenty of opportunities to expand on the Kalos Pokedex with expansions, patches, DLC, and perhaps even Pokemon Z.
What do you think of these Pokemon X and Y legendary photos?
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