NowGamer: Two new forms of Mewtwo could be on their way to Pokemon gamers in future including a 'Godspeed Mewtwo' according to a reference hidden on the Nintendo Japan Pokemon Movie site.
People are saying it was a April fools joke.
LOL...that thing looks ridiculous It looks nothing like Mewtwo...hope it was an April fools joke Besides I thought Mewtwo was a clone of Mew, how could he have an evolution
No, look at the image. There's a picture of mewtwo and under it, 2 blank boxes. The other pokemon isn't another form of mewtwo, the other forms are still to be revealed.
The other Pokemon is Genesect, a Gen 5 Legendary.
Am I just retarded or isn't that genesect?
I think the pictures are showing genesect on the left with its other forms and mewtwo on the right with its two unknown forms bellow it. Drawing comparison to maybe the two unreleased forms of mewtwo being similar to genesect's engineered cannon thing. I immediately thought Godspeed Mewtwo as the mewtwo in that bad ass metal suit thing from the first movie.
Eh, I think I'm gonna avoid this. Seems like a massive spoiler.
I don't know about you, but those blank hexagons just look like part of the background to me, especially since they aren't in line with each other.
http://www.pokemon-movie.jp... If that was an April fool's joke, they are 3 days late in taking it down - It's legit. Mewtwo will have 2 new forms. Whether or not the pictures everyone has seen are legit or not, we'll have to wait and find out.
Anyone denying the evidence, especially when compared to genesect's boxes with his forms underneath, is just in denial. Its obvious and apparent.
In the movie, Mewtwo fights a group of 5 Genesect. The leader of the group is a Shiny. If you look on the page, that's the leader and the 4 others, not one Genesect in each of it's forms. Considering that, and the fact the hexagons below Mewtwo still don't look lined up to me, I'd say this whole "two new forms" thing isn't true.
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