Pokémon Sun and Moon are set to hit shelves on November 18 and we have just been told of plenty of info for what’s to come! Here is a list of everything that’s coming!
-The names of the games are to do with the earth and how the sun is a source of life and the moon effects all of our lives. The region of Alola will be teaming with life.
-Solgaleo and Lunala will play unique roles within the series.
-Zygarde will appear in the game and in its different forms.
-Alola consists of four islands and one man-made island. The area is like the Galapagos Islands – out of the way and full of new creatures.
– The three starters were made to look cute in battles and creators were careful with colours.
-You begin in your bedroom where there is a huge widescreen TV, a Wii U and a Pikachu doll. (However, the game is still in development so this might not be in the final game).
-You go downstairs and your mother has a Meowth.
-Your character has just moved to the Alola Region.
-Humour from the start as your mother says “packing will be the death of me.”
-Your house is a huge wooden built building with a garage.
-There’s lots of greenery and palm trees and you leave from the left into Route 1.
-Some Pokémon returning include – Ledyba, CaterpiePikachu and Pichu.
-Move sets for Popplio: water gun, pound, growl and then disarming voice.
-Litten knows ember and Rowlett knows Leafage.
-New Pokémon: Grubbin (bug hermit creature) Yungoos (normal mongoose) and Pikipek (flying woodpecker).
-Yungoos always gets hugry and is looking for food. During its hunger it gets aggressive.
-Pikipeck can peck 16 times in one second.
-When catching a Pokémon there might be a white Pokéball next to it which encourages catching more creatures as it indicates an evolution or pairing.
-When catching a Pokémon, it will be ‘Regsitered’ in the Rotom Pokédex.
-Battles are different with mini screens of the battle set out on the bottom screen.
-Each option has a colour specific.
-Trainers stand behind their Pokémon in the battle.
-The lighting and camera change with the time of day.
-Popplio stands up on its feet like a seal when waiting for a move selection.
-There is an ‘i’ icon which gives you a detailed explanation of a move.
-You can click on the enemy Pokémon after using a status effect and it will tell you how it has effected the Pokémon.
-Pokémon in battle will have shadows.
-When approaching a trainer, a shadow will fall on the top and bottom of the screen to indicate they will battle you.
-The stats for levelling up all have their own colour.
-There is a festival in the nearest town which has lots of characters and cut-scenes.
-There are plenty of torches lit in the scene.
-Hala – guy who gives first pokemon
-Hau – friend and has starter pokemon
-You battle Hau in a festival pokemon battle
– Lillie (the professor’s assistant) doesn’t like seeing pokemon get hurt and isnot a trainer
– Culture is integrated into a big battleground at the festival
-‘Tapu Koko’ is important
– Hau is the grandson of Hala and Hala gives you your first Pokémon.
-Nintendo workers took trips to Hawaii to study the area and get a better idea.
-Once you battle a Pokémon once, you learn which moves are effective and which aren’t.
-There’s a new gameplay mode: ‘Battle Royal’.
-It is a communication tool between players in an all new multiplayer mode.
-You can have up to four players and battle one at a time.
-First person who loses all three of their Pokémon means the battle is over.
-Person who has defeated more Pokémon becomes overall winner.
-One on one battle but you can have two more opponents against you.
– This battling will have a strong strategy focus seeing as there can be three on one.
-Matches can be up to an hour log.
-Trainers can customise different outfits.