Expect some more news on Pokemon X and Y this week from CoroCoro magazine, and this weekend’s episode of Pokemon Smash.
Last month Pokemon X and Y were announced but little has been revealed since then and we’re just itching for more news. The Japanese Sunday morning TV show Pokemon Smash has indeed confirmed some news for us this weekend regarding the games, on top of getting some early news this week from CoroCoro.
For folks who may not be aware, CoroCoro is a Japanese monthly manga magazine also dedicated to revealing news for upcoming games, so we’ll be sure to keep you posted.
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