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Pokemon X and Y’s New Sword Pokemon Revealed


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In a video that was shown during Japan Expo, Game Freak director Junichi Masuda revealed a lot of new information regarding the forthcoming new installments in the Pokemon franchise, Pokemon X and Y. In the video, he reveals that the main influence in the game’s Kalos region is France, and that he and a bunch of Game Freak staff went to the country before in the name of research.

In the video, he also revealed one of the new Pokemon that’s set to appear: Hitotsu/Honedge, which is a steel and ghost type Pokemon that is basically an ancient sword possessed by a spirit. You can check out the video below:

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