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Catch The Entire Pokémon X & Y Nintendo Direct Here If You Missed It

Posted on Friday, September 6 @ 13:00:00 PST by

Above you'll find the full 20 minutes Pokémon Direct focusing on details from Pokémon X & Y, as it aired earlier this week.

The hot news from this direct message from Nintendo and Direct afficienado Satoru Iwata is that the original starter Pokémon will be available to players when starting X & Y. You can pick from Squirtle, Bulbasaur, and Charmander in addition to three brand new Pokémon.

Nintendo also unveiled special limited edition 3DS bundles with Pokémon X & Y's legendary Pokémon in fancy detail on each 3DS XL. If I didn't already have an XL, I'd consider buying one of these (or maybe I'd get the Animal Crossing 3DS XL, who knows).
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