It simply could not have been a proper celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Pokémon franchise if Nintendo hadn’t have announced a new entry in the long-running series of role-playing games.
At a recent Nintendo Direct conference, Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon have been set to release this Christmas.
The games will be available in the following languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and traditional Chinese.
A change from previous games, Nintendo has begun to broaden their horizons as far as language goes, to ensure that more Pokemon lovers can play the game in their native language.
Although many long-time Pokemon fans were hoping to have Pokemon Z, a sequel game to Pokemon X and Y that had been trademarked in recent months, released, Pokemon Sun and Moon are sure to leave fans on the edge of their seats with a brand new story line, and new adventures on the way.
Nintendo has only just confirmed the existence of the games and revealed their logo. As is typical with the franchise, they’re holding more details until later in the year for a bigger reveal. As more news of the new games are released, KSI News Team will be sure to cover these details.
What do you think of the newly anticipated Pokemon games set to release?