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Posted 25 February 2012 - 06:48 PM
Posted 25 February 2012 - 06:55 PM
If it's the third game in Gen V, why the heck is it called Pokémon Black and White 2? That's stupid. Watch it get renamed Grey.
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Posted 06 April 2012 - 04:57 AM
Following on from our reveal on Monday, the official site has confirmed that Pokémon Smash's episode due to air on the 15th will air footage of Pokémon Black 2 & White 2 including having Junichi Masuda on show for a playthrough and showcasing a promotional video. This is also said to showcase a battle between Black Kyurem & White Kyurem and showcase more information on the Pokémon Meloetta. This follows on from the episode due to air this weekend which will also show some Black 2 & White 2 information. Keep your eyes on our site for the news as it happens
Posted 12 April 2012 - 04:53 AM
(1st scan) The games are true sequels, taking place two years after the originals.
The Unova region sports new towns, buildings, locations, and Gym Leaders. New subway lines will take you to new places.
Half of the Unova map is covered by ice for unknown reasons.
The Pokédex features 300 Pokémon from every generation. So far, Psyduck is #026, Riolu is #033, Metagross is #254, and Eevee is confirmed but has an unknown Dex number.
Black Kyurem is confirmed to know Freeze Shock and White Kyurem is confirmed to know Ice Burn.
(2nd scan) There are two new protagonists along with a new rival. The rival has text saying, “Now I’m gonna get angry!” He’s the boy with the blue spiky hair. He is your childhood friend.
Homika is a new Poison-type Gym Leader. She’s the girl holding the guitar. She is going to be in an episode of the show in June.
Shizui is also a new Gym Leader who uses Water Pokémon. He’s the tan guy with the goggles.
There is a new “mysterious guy” named Akuroma who is studying Pokémon strength. Sometimes he’ll help you on your journey. He’s the guy with the glasses and white coat.
(3rd scan) You begin your journey in Hiougi City. It is on the map in an area that was previously uninhabited in the original games on the left side of Unova (the southwest side). It features an underwater tunnel made of glass (does it take you to the main region?). The city also sports a Pokémon Center, a Trainer School, and shops.
The magazine points out that there is new construction in the Resort Desert and that there is a new building with red and blue decorations. For the latter it says, “What’s it mean?”
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