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Pokémon X and Y demo
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Photo of endscreen on a Nintendo 3DS running an English language demo
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Basic info
Platform: Nintendo 3DS (digital)
Category: RPG demo
Players: 1 player
Connectivity: None
Developer: Game Freak
Publisher: Nintendo/The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation VI
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: N/A
ACB: N/A
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: N/A
GRAC: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan:  ?
North America:  ?
Australia:  ?
Europe:  ?
South Korea:  ?
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Websites
Japanese: N/A
English: N/A
XY Prerelease demo title screen.png
Photo of endscreen on a Nintendo 3DS running a Japanese language demo

Pokémon X Demo version and Pokémon Y Demo version (Japanese: ポケットモンスターX Demo version and ポケットモンスターY Demo version) are a pair of demos of Pokémon X and Y that were playable at several events worldwide prior to the games' release.

Gameplay

Like in the full game, the player has the option to pick any language to play the game in at startup. In the Pokémon X demo, the player is Calem (named Xavier or エックス in Japanese); in the Pokémon Y demo, the player is Serena (named Yvonne or ワイ in Japanese).

The player starts with a random Kalos starter Pokémon, Helioptile, and Sylveon; all 3 Pokémon are at level 30 and have a random gender, and have a regular chance of being Shiny. The player starts off the demo with 10 Poké Balls, which they can use to catch the wild Pokémon that appear. The player also starts off with 5 Potions, 5 Hyper Potions, 5 Paralyze Heals, and 5 Awakenings in the bag. Pokémon-Amie is constantly present on the touch screen while the player is in the overworld. Pokémon do not gain experience in the demo.

The player starts in a modified version of Route 4, near the large fountain, but there is tall grass between the player and the fountain. This tall grass, combined with the path, resembles a large arrow indicating the direction the player should go. An invisible wall prevents the player from going south to Santalune City.

At the start of the demo, the player is welcomed by Alexa. Between the player's starting position and the fountain is tall grass. A wild Pikachu will appear as soon as the player steps into the tall grass for the first time.

At the fountain is a Skiddo, which the player can mount with A and dismount with B. As Skiddo cannot climb stairs, the player is restricted to the small area around the fountain.

Just past the fountain is the opposite-gendered player character (Serena in X demo or Calem in Y demo). If the player interacts with him or her, he or she will challenge the player to a battle. He or she has the starter Pokémon that is super effective against the player's and a Gabite.

Past the fountain is a field of red and yellow flowers, in which wild Pokémon can be encountered. A Fletchling is walking around in one of the patches of red flowers. Past the field of flowers are two hedge mazes on the left and right, each containing a Litleo and a Marill walking around; if the player interacts with one of these Pokémon, it will cry.

Shauna is standing around in the north general area. If the player interacts with Shauna, she will challenge the player to a battle. Shauna has the starter Pokémon with a type disadvantage to the player's. Tierno is standing in the northwest and Trevor in the northeast. If the player talks to Tierno, he will dance; if the player talks to Trevor, he will comment that people want to know more about Pokémon.

Past these mazes is Professor Sycamore standing in front of a gate. After a certain amount of time has passed, the player will be warped to Sycamore (even if the player is in a battle), and he will immediately talk to the player; it is also possible to simply talk to him before this time. He will give the player a level 100 Mewtwo holding a Mewtwonite Y (although it is only referred to as Mega Mewtwo when it Mega Evolves); the player loses access to their other Pokémon at this point. He then challenges the player to a battle with his own level 100 Crobat, Chandelure, and Dragonite.

Wild Pokémon

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Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it.
Reason: Full list, encounter rate (unlikely to ever know).
  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
025 Pikachu
X Y
XYORAS Long Grass.png Tall grass
21  ?%
103 Exeggutor
X Y
XYORAS Long Grass.png Tall grass
16  ?%
300 Skitty
X Y
XYORAS Long Grass.png Tall grass
17  ?%
659 Bunnelby
X Y
XYORAS Long Grass.png Tall grass
16  ?%
667 Litleo
X Y
XYORAS Long Grass.png Tall grass
20  ?%
669 Flabébé
Red flower
X Y
XYORAS Long Grass.png Tall grass
15  ?%
702 Dedenne
X Y
XYORAS Long Grass.png Tall grass
19  ?%
First encounter
025 Pikachu
X Y
XYORAS Long Grass.png Tall grass
21 One
Gift Pokémon
150 Mewtwo
X Y
Premier Ball Only one
100 One
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Player's Pokémon

Initial party

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Reason: Held items (all of them have held items).
650Chespin.png
Type:
Grass Unknown
Ability:
Overgrow
Held item:
Bag unknown Sprite.png Unknown
Chespin/ Lv.30
Vine Whip
Grass Physical
Leech Seed
Grass Status
Growl
Normal Status
Rollout
Rock Physical
653Fennekin.png
Type:
Fire Unknown
Ability:
Blaze
Held item:
Bag unknown Sprite.png Unknown
Fennekin/ Lv.30
Psybeam
Psychic Special
Fire Spin
Fire Special
Tail Whip
Normal Status
Flame Charge
Fire Physical
656Froakie.png
Type:
Water Unknown
Ability:
Torrent
Held item:
Bag unknown Sprite.png Unknown
Froakie/ Lv.30
Round
Normal Special
Water Pulse
Water Special
Quick Attack
Normal Physical
Lick
Ghost Physical
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Types:
Electric Normal
Ability:
Dry Skin
Held item:
Bag unknown Sprite.png Unknown
Helioptile/ Lv.30
Tail Whip
Normal Status
Thunder Shock
Electric Special
Quick Attack
Normal Physical
Parabolic Charge
Electric Special
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Type:
Fairy Unknown
Ability:
Cute Charm
Held item:
Bag unknown Sprite.png Unknown
Sylveon/ Lv.30
Swift
Normal Special
Tail Whip
Normal Status
Quick Attack
Normal Physical
Fairy Wind
Fairy Special

Gift Pokémon

150Mewtwo.png
Type:
Psychic Unknown
Ability:
Pressure
Held item:
Bag Mewtwonite Y Sprite.png Mewtwonite Y
Mewtwo Lv.100
Psystrike
Psychic Special
Thunderbolt
Electric Special
Shadow Ball
Ghost Special
Recover
Normal Status

Trainers

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Reason: Held items (if any, unlikely to ever know), Abilities (unlikely to ever know), Gabite's last move, Sycamore's Crobat's moves.

Calem/Serena

Chespin If the player has Chespin:





Fennekin If the player has Fennekin:





Froakie If the player has Froakie:





Shauna

Chespin If the player has Chespin:



Fennekin If the player has Fennekin:



Froakie If the player has Froakie:



Professor Sycamore



Gallery

External links

See also

  • Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Special Demo Version
  • Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Special Demo Version
  • On the scene at the Pokémon X and Y launch event
  • References



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