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Pokémon news (July 29): Pokémon Sun and Moon (new screens), distributions

Today’s Pokémon news: some new screenshots for Pokémon Sun and Moon, but also…

  • Pokémon The Movie
  • Pokémon XY & Z (anime)
  • Magikarp song
  • Pokémon distributions
  • The Great Pikachu Invasion
  • Pokémon Comaster

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Thanks to Amazon.co.jp, we have some more screenshots for Pokémon Sun and Moon:

Via: Serebii

Pokémon The Movie

Here’s the latest promotion video for Pokémon The Movie: Volcanion and the Ingenious Magearna, which opened on July 16th in Japan.


Pokémon XY & Z

Here’s the preview for the next episode of the Pokémon XY & Z anime series, which will air on August 4th:


Magikarp song

Here’s an official music video for Magikarp, called “I LOVE Koiking” (Koiking being the Japanese name of Magikarp):

Pokémon distributions

Earlier this month, a Shiny Gengar (based on Jarvi’s Gengar, from the latest Pokémon movie) was distributed via 7-Eleven Stores in Japan. Good news for players who missed it: it’s coming back tomorrow! From July 30th to August 31st, it will be available from Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores across Japan.

Also, a reminder for players who participated in the Johto Classic: you have until Sunday to get your special Miltank (based on Whitney’s very own Miltank).

Source: Serebii

The Great Pikachu Invasion

Here’s another video for the Great Pikachu Invasion, showing the preparations/rehearsals for the event:

Pokémon Comaster

Yesterday, an update for Pokémon Comaster went live. It adds the following figures:

  • Metagross, Infernape (EX)
  • Gastly (R)
  • Hariyama, Larvitar (UC)
  • NB: those new figures replace Mew, Torterra, Meowth, Spinarak, and Bellsprout

Also, there’s a new promotion Ranked Matches: a festival has begun, and allows you to get prizes by racking up wins online.

Source: Serebii


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