Pokémon Y - Nintendo 3DS Pokémon Y Edition
- All-new Pokemon and past favorites come to life with detailed graphics and intense 3D battles.
- Become a Pokemon Trainer and set out for adventure in a vast and wondrous new region filled with new Pokemon to catch, trade, and battle.
- In Pokemon-Amie, you can pet, feed, and play with your Pokemon to form a deeper bond, which may benefit you in future battles.
- Connect and communicate with players around the world at any time. Challenge them to a battle, trade Pokemon, and much more.
- Platform: Nintendo 3DS
- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Edition: Pokémon Y
Become a Pokémon Trainer and set out for adventure in the visually stunning new Kalos region filled with new Pokémon to catch, trade, and battle. All-new Pokémon and past favorites come to life with detailed graphics and intense 3D battles. In Pokémon-Amie, you can pet, feed, and play with your Pokémon to form a deeper bond, which may benefit you in future battles. Plus, you can connect and communicate with players around the world at any time to challenge them to a battle, trade Pokémon, and much more.
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Top Customer Reviews
If your waffling between getting this version or the X version, it honestly doesn't really matter, unless you want certain pokemon, as it does have version exclusives...which can just as easily be traded with GTS (Global Trade Station) over a WIFI connection. However, People will be more unlikely to trade "legendary" pokemon, like the two legendary pokemon on the box covers, which is also the reason why they implemented a certain optional function in GTS to filter out all the people asking for special pokemon, because so many people want them. So if you like the Red flying bird more than the Blue deer with fabulous antlers, or vice versa, I'd say to go with what you want more...because other people will most likely not want to give or trade you the other.
friend has 600h, 30 perfectly trained mixmatch poke's... their shiny and have more than 1 ability...
I TM criticals/confuse ray/attract/thunder wave
we are no longer friends.
SO THIS WAS A GIFT FOR A FRIEND
I LIKED POKEMON X SO I THOUGHT I SHOULD GIFT MY FRIEND POKEMON Y AND NOT THE SAME GAME
I WISH THERE WAS A SIDE STORY THOUGH, LIKE IN POKEMON HEART GOLD WITH CELEBI
I have noticed a lot of people give flack about the lack of post game material. To me, that doesn't matter, they did an outstanding job bringing the world of Pokemon into the 3DS! Maybe the next game (whether it be Pokemon Z or Pokemon X2 & Y2 or whatever else may come). But for those who haven't played since a certain generation, I would highly suggest playing this game.
This game proves that Pokemon is no where close to ending anytime in the near future and I can not wait to see what they release in 2015 and beyond. (since we already know Pokemon Omega Ruby & Pokemon Alpha Sapphire are out November 2014). :-)
So if you have ever played a Pokemon game back in the day, or played every single game up until now, play this game, it will not disappoint! :-)
My opinions and I stand by them! :) lol (had to say it)
Despite the new character sprites and 3D effects, its still old-school Pokemon: You gotta catch 'em all to be the best there ever was. There's still 8 Gyms to battle and 4 Elite Four Members to take down. The actual Pokemon in the game are a mix of the previous Gens and the new ones. Breeding/trading are still the best way to finish the PokeDex and so on and so on.
The new stuff is pretty exciting too. There a new way to level up your Pokemon's stats via cool mini-game that's kind of like a cross between soccer and boxing (you'll see). You can alter your clothing at boutiques and make 10 second Trainer video for other people to view. Mega evolution is a great new addition to battles, but its limited to only a few Pokemon. Pokemon Amie lets you get up close to your Pokemon and play with them. There's more but its better you find out for yourself.
The story is nice and kind of sweet. The main protagonist is forgettable as usual and the climax isn't as climactic as previous games, but its still decent.
Overall I would recommend this game to anyone who enjoys the Pokemon franchise and highly recommend it to anyone who's played past games.
(If your a die-hard Gen 1 fan: get over yourself! Your missing some great games cause of your nostalgia. I mean come on: Exeggcute is literally five eggs with faces on them and it evolves to a coconut with three faces -___- that's just as bad as an ice cream cone with a face)
Most recent customer reviews
A very fun title with neat graphics and controls, multiplayer is still very much alive.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
I think the storyline for pokemon Y is my favourite out of all the pokemon games.Published 1 month ago by Private
If you are a fan of Pokemon I can't think of why this wouldn't satisfy your need for more. My only real complaint is the pretty obvious frame rate problems in combat. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mike
Shipped in the required time and still plays at 100%. Recommend completely.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer