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The '''sixth generation''' of Pokémon is the sixth installment of the Pokémon series. Like previous generations, the first installments, [[Pokémon X and Y]], will be released as a pair. For the first time in the main series, the games will be in full 3D, and are expected to be released on the same date in all regions.
 
The '''sixth generation''' of Pokémon is the sixth installment of the Pokémon series. Like previous generations, the first installments, [[Pokémon X and Y]], will be released as a pair. For the first time in the main series, the games will be in full 3D, and are expected to be released on the same date in all regions.
   
The new region appears to draw inspiration from {{wp|Europe}}.
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The new region appears to draw inspiration from {{wp|France}}.
   
 
==Advances in gameplay==
 
==Advances in gameplay==

Revision as of 11:30, 19 April 2013

Generation VI
Pokémon XY logo.png
Logos of Pokémon X and Y
Debut En October 2013
Jp October 2013
Pokémon Unknown (72 new)
Main games X and Y
Region introduced Unknown
Current length En Not yet released
Jp Not yet released

The sixth generation of Pokémon is the sixth installment of the Pokémon series. Like previous generations, the first installments, Pokémon X and Y, will be released as a pair. For the first time in the main series, the games will be in full 3D, and are expected to be released on the same date in all regions.

The new region appears to draw inspiration from France.

Advances in gameplay

  • The games now feature a completely three dimensional environment, as well as a new 3D battle system with 3D models for Pokémon as opposed to 2D sprites.

Region

Starter Pokémon

The starters of the sixth Generation, like the starters of the previous five generations, follow the Grass-Fire-Water trio, with Chespin the Grass type, Fennekin the Fire type, and Froakie the Water type.

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