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The Pokémon Company will be releasing a Pokemon X and Pokemon Y Super Music Collection Soundtrack in Japan on November 13. Pricing is set at 625 yen (about $27).

Included in the soundtrack is over 3 and a half hours of mostly battle music. There’s also a 28-page full-color booklet with music commentary and developer materials including liner notes from the Game Freak sound team, and bonus tracks from the Pokémon: The Origin, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue series.


Someone much smarter than myself has come up with a way to more easily detect shiny Pokemon in X/Y. It’s quite involved considering an actual machine is used, but still very neat. Check out the video above to see it in action.

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Game Freak director Junichi Masuda shared an impressive Pokemon X/Y statistic at the “Salon del Manga de Barcelona” convention earlier today. Between the two games, over 10 million Pokemon have been exchanged/traded. Fans responded to the announcement with a strong ovation for Masuda.


The three new event Pokemon uncovered in Pokemon X/Y weren’t the only recent leaks for the two games. Further digging has been done over the past few days, resulting in interesting findings. Head past the break for the details.

Screenshots of three brand new Pokemon have apparently leaked online. The images, showcasing the never-before-scene creatures, were allegedly uncovered after digging around Pokemon X/Y’s data. All three are said to be tied to upcoming events in the 3DS games.

Head past the break for all of the screenshots.

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