PokéNews (Oct. 14): Pokémon Sun and Moon / Pokémon distributions

Pokemon Sun and Moon

Today’s Pokémon News: some minor details and some screenshots for the special Pokémon Sun and Moon demo, but also…

  • Pokémon distributions
  • Serena figure
  • Pokémon XY & Z (anime)
  • Pokémon Art Academy

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Earlier this week, Nintendo opened the gamepage for the special Pokémon Sun and Moon demo, which will be released on Tuesday worldwide. It provides us with some minor additional details and screenshots for it:

  • Genre: RPG
  • Players: 1
  • File size: 3 046 blocks / 380.75MB
  • Save data files: 1
  • Save data files size: 1016KB

Talking of Pokémon Sun and Moon, the games will be showcased on October 23rd, during a livestream. We should have recordings up on YouTube shortly after, so stay tuned!

Pokémon distributions

Today, two Pokémon distributions for Pokémon Sun and Moon in Japan were announced:

  • Birthday Pokémon: from November 18th, you will be able to get a Pikachu, an Eevee or a Comfey from any of the Pokémon Center stores across Japan if you head there on your birthday. With the previous generation, it’s one of the Eeveelutions or Pikachu that you could get that way;
  • Pokémon Center Sappore: from December 1st to January 31st, you will be able to get an Alola Form Vulpix (the new mascot of that particular Pokémon Center).

Source: Serebii

Serena figure

In March 2017, Bandai is going to release a new Pokémon figure, this time based on Serena from the Pokémon XY & Z anime series. It will cost 6 372 Yen, with pre-orders open until December 31st. The set includes the figure itself, the music box stand, and the Princess Key.

Here’s some pictures:

Source: Famitsu

Pokémon XY & Z (anime)

Talking of the Pokémon XY & Z anime series, here’s the preview for next week’s episode (to air on October 20th):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndD8WikE4To

Pokémon Art Academy

A few weeks ago, Nintendo held a drawing contest for Pokémon Art Academy on Miiverse. Today, the winning entries of the contest were revealed on the Nintendo Kids Club website, as originally announced:

 


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