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Pokémon X and Y’s latest trailer packs in a whole lot of content in under two minutes, including the evolved forms of the three starter Pokémon and Pokemon that can be restored from Fossils.

The video begins by showing the evolutions of the three starter Pokémon: grass-type Chespin to Quilladin, water-type Froakie to Frogadier, and fire-type Fennekin to Braixen. From there, it shines a spotlight on Tyrunt and Amaura, two Pokémon that can be brought back to life through their fossils.

The second half of the video highlights the customization options available to players for their player-character trainer (apparel such as shirts, pants, hats, et cetera). Similarly, one Pokémon, named Furfrou, can be groomed in different ways to change its cosmetic appearance. The trailer wraps up with a look at the difference in appearance between the male and female forms of Meowstic and Pyroar.

Pokémon X and Y launches worldwide on Nintendo 3DS October 12.

Latest Pokémon X and Y Trailer Shows Off Starter Pokémon Evolutions, More

By | 09/13/2013 03:47 PM PT

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Pokémon X and Y’s latest trailer packs in a whole lot of content in under two minutes, including the evolved forms of the three starter Pokémon and Pokemon that can be restored from Fossils.

The video begins by showing the evolutions of the three starter Pokémon: grass-type Chespin to Quilladin, water-type Froakie to Frogadier, and fire-type Fennekin to Braixen. From there, it shines a spotlight on Tyrunt and Amaura, two Pokémon that can be brought back to life through their fossils.

The second half of the video highlights the customization options available to players for their player-character trainer (apparel such as shirts, pants, hats, et cetera). Similarly, one Pokémon, named Furfrou, can be groomed in different ways to change its cosmetic appearance. The trailer wraps up with a look at the difference in appearance between the male and female forms of Meowstic and Pyroar.

Pokémon X and Y launches worldwide on Nintendo 3DS October 12.

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