'Pokemon Sun and Moon' Latest News & Updates: Classic Pokemon Transform Into Something New
"Pokemon Sun and Moon" release are a few months away now, and as we get closer to the date we will be feed up by new and exciting details in coming days.
Recently Alola forms have been introduced online which adds up to the excitement in the upcoming "Pokemon Sun and Moon." This Alola forms system allows players to connect the gap among the modern Pokemon we have today back to the classic ones. Gamers can have the ability to evolve Pokemon into something different and to something that gamers have not seen before.
A Twitter user named Serbeii has been recently posting a bunch of exciting and very interesting artworks showing of classic Pokemon with their new Alola Forms. Some of the Pokemon shown are Exeguttor, Sandshrew/Sandslash, and Vulpix/Ninetales.
According to Frag Hero, all Pokemon in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will have their own unique special attacks, the Z-moves. Gamers should use it wisely as it can be available once every battle.
The article added that there will be some new style system in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" which will allow you to capture the same kind of Pokemon with their different versions like the Pokemon Oricorio. Different versions of your caught Pokemon will depend on where you caught that certain Pokemon. "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will also introduce new Pokemons. Pokemon Mudbray, Minior, Gumshoos, Formantis and Lurantis to name a few.
In an article by Kotaku, the "Pokemon Sun and Moo"n released trailer, it was shown that there are no longer gym leaders but are now called Trial Captains which will be facing different trials in the game to complete. If the trainers have successfully completed the said trials they can now unlock powerful upgrade Pokemon called Totem Pokemon.
The trailer also talked about The Island Challenge which could possibly be replacing the old gym system and Kuhanas, which the player can take on after winning trials.