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Black & White update video (Pokémon Sunday) May 17, 2010

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Here’s the latest update on Pokémon Black & White. In this video we see how to obtain a special Legendary Pokémon called Zoroark who appears to be able to change shapes (not types!) in battle. At this moment it is not clear if this is only a Japanese event. In the next part of the video, some info is shown about the starter Pokémon Pokabu, Mijumaru and Tsutaja. At the end of the video there’s some footage of Hiun City (the Japanese name for the 3D city).

Thank you masterdvd007 for uploading this video.

Starter Pokémon Black & White May 16, 2010

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These are the starter Pokémon of the new Pokémon Black & White games. Only the Japanese names are known. They are: Tsutaja, the grass type, Mijumaru, the water type and Pokabu, the fire type. Pokabu is definitely the cutest of the bunch. I might have to break with the tradition of always choosing the water type as my starter! What is with that print on Mijumaru’s belly anyway??

Screenshots Pokémon Black & White May 16, 2010

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Here are a couple of screenshots of the yet to be released Pokémon Black and White games. These images are shown on the official Japanese Pokemon site.

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Pokémon Black & White May 16, 2010

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It has been a while but Nintendo announced a brand new Pokémon adventure for the Nintendo DS(i). As usual the game will come in a pair, Pokémon Black and Pokémon White. (Hm, why do I have the feeling that the 3d game will be called Grey..). Apart from some leaked screenshots and a few new Pokémon, not much is known about these games. It appears that Black & White contains much more 3D graphics than its predecessors and also the battles are more animated than before. The game will be released in Japan first (Q4 2010) and is expected in the Western Hemisphere in Q1 2011.

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