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Submitted by Menashe 684d ago | opinion piece

The Pokemon Franchise is Finally Getting the Evolution it Deserves

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While the series has kept millions of its fans throughout five generations, there have been countless gamers who stopped playing after a few sequels. For all the evolution that happens to your Pokemon, very little has taken place in the franchise itself. But, Nintendo looks to finally change that in Generation IV.

We take a look at what's new in Pokemon X and Y: new gameplay, new graphics, new technology features, and, of course... new Pokemon. (3DS, Pokemon X and Y)

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