Game review: Pokemon Y

Pokémon X and Y were released in October to rave reviews including a respective nine out of 10 ranking from IGN.
The game takes place in a new region called the Kalos Region with 69 new Pokémon and a new type of Pokémon species called Fairy Type. Other gamers are speculating that there might be another evolution form for Eevee, which might be a dragon type Eevee and mean that the Pokémon can mega evolve into their mega evolution forms, which look pretty epic and powerful. There is also a new group of villains called Team Flare.  

Players get to choose from three new starters: Pokémon named Fennekin, Froakie or Chespin; and then later Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirtle. In order to get these, you meet a man named Professor Sycamore.  There is a really cool feature called wonder trade where you get random Pokémon for a Pokémon the player doesn’t want, but you can only do it on the Internet if the owner of the router allows them to use it.  The only devices the game was designed for are the Nintendo 2DS and 3DS.

When you choose one of the starters, the players get to capture one of three different legendary birds; Pokémon from the 1st generation of Pokémon named Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres. There are many other legendary Pokémon; and soon there will be an addition to the game called Pokémon Bank, which connects to Pokémon Black 2 to transfer Pokémon from one game to another.  

After the player gets eight gym badges, they get to take on the elite four and the champion.  The Pokémon bank has been delayed until the end of next month, and I’m sure other players are very irritated by trying to get the addition to the increase the gameplay a boatload more and have a lot of crazy fun.  

I hope all you video game players out there will have a blast as much as I have!

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