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New Pokémon X & Y Trailer Features Mountable Monsters

Posted on Tuesday, May 14 @ 09:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Pokémon X & Y will be launching this October for the 3DS and I don't know about you, but I simply can't wait to see how all of the bold new changes will enhance Nintendo's creature collecting experience.

The Pokémon Company just released a new trailer for the game duo, which shows off a bit more gameplay, including the ability to traverse the game's world on the back of one of your cute monsters. Will this serve as an alternate form of high-speed travel? Could the bike be absent from this installment altogether? Oh the mysteries!

In addition, the company revealed the cover art for both titles:


Are you excited for more Pokémon? Will the multitude of incremental changes be enough to keep this franchise from ever growing stale? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments below.

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