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Explore the region called Kalos in Pokémon Y for the Nintendo 3DS. A mysterious place that is shaped like a star, Kalos is a region where players will encounter beautiful forests, thriving cities, and many added Pokémon. The central city of this breathtaking region is Lumiose City, a metropolis featuring a tower that is set to become an iconic structure in Pokémon Y.
Wireless Internet required for online play.
Pokémon Y is rated E for Everyone for:
Mild Cartoon Violence
Connect Across the World with PSS
Connect and play with other Trainers at any time with the improved Player Search System (PSS), which allows you to find other people playing Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. You'll connect to other players nearby or around the world through the Internet. You can even communicate with players you've never had any contact with before. All you need to do to communicate with other players on the PSS is to tap their icons. Then you can easily choose to trade or battle with them.
With Battle Spot, you can use your Internet connection to battle with players from around the world. Compete in casual Free Battles for everyday challenges, or take on tougher Rating Battles to see how you rank against the competition.
Global Trade Station
Trade Pokémon with other Trainers around the world using the Global Trade Station. Decide which Pokémon you want to offer in trade and what kind of Pokémon you want to receive in return. If a matching partner can be found anywhere around the world, your trade will be completed. Previously, you could trade via the GTS only for Pokémon you'd already registered in your Pokédex by seeing or catching them. For the first time in the main Pokémon series, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y allow you to receive a Pokémon not yet registered in your Pokédex via GTS trade.
The Added Fairy Type
When the very first Pokémon games launched, there were 15 Pokémon types. Then Dark and Steel types made their debut with the arrival of Pokémon Gold Version and Pokémon Silver Version. Now, more than 10 years later, a new chapter in Pokémon battling history is about to unfold with the Fairy type. You've already met the first Fairy-type Pokémon...Sylveon. There are also Pokémon from previous Pokémon games that will be reclassified as Fairy-type Pokémon. They may look the same, but the strategies you'll choose and the way you use these Pokémon in battle will be unlike ever before.
Discover some of the powerful Mega Pokémon in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. A Mega-Evolved Pokémon will be able to tap into a strength far greater than it could before. When a Pokémon becomes a Mega Pokémon in battle, Trainers will have a great opportunity to turn a battle around and snag a win. Unlike regular Evolution, Mega Evolution occurs only during battle. Once the battle ends, the Mega-Evolved Pokémon will return to its usual state.
At Play with Pokémon-Amie
Show your Pokémon some love with the Pokémon-Amie feature. Play with your Pokémon, give them treats, and even scratch and pet them using the Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 3DS XL system's Touch Screen. You can use Pokémon-Amie at any time to play with the Pokémon that are in your team. You'll need to play with them over and over to learn their preferred way of being cared for. Treat them well to make them feel loved. Treat them badly, and they may show their displeasure. The more you play with your Pokémon, the friendlier they will become. As your Pokémon becomes more friendly, it may perform better in battle - by avoiding opponents' attacks, landing critical hits, and more.
Until now, the number of Pokémon on each side of a battle has been even. Now you can test your mettle in Horde Encounters, where one of your Pokémon must take on multiple foes at once. This is a great chance to help your Pokémon grow. But if you don't have any moves that can attack multiple targets at once, you may be in for a rough time.
Get ready for aerial battles between Pokémon. In Sky Battles, only Pokémon that can fly are eligible. Seek out opposing Trainers standing high on cliffs or in other distant places. Be prepared: these battles can be tough.
The Grass-type Pokémon Chespin has a tough shell covering its head and back. Despite having a curious nature that tends to get it in trouble, Chespin keeps an optimistic outlook and doesn't worry about small details.
Searing heat blows from the ears of the Fire-type Pokémon Fennekin. This Pokémon loves to snack on twigs. Fennekin can be temperamental, but it tries to do its best for its Trainer.
The Water-type Pokémon Froakie is both light and strong, making it capable of jumping incredibly high. The bubbles on its chest and back protect it from attacks. Froakie may appear absent minded, but in truth it pays close attention to its surroundings at all times.
Classic Partner Pokémon
In Pokémon Y, it's not Professor Sycamore who gives you your first Pokémon. Instead, when you receive a Pokémon from the professor, you'll be able to choose from Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle. These Pokémon were the first three Pokémon you could start your adventure with in Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version, released in North America in 1998, the very beginning of the Pokémon series. And now you'll be able to include them in your party once again.
Legendary & Myterious Pokémon
Discover the Legendary Yveltal in Pokémon Y. Yveltal's Ability is Dark Aura, which strengthens Dark-type moves for all Pokémon in battle.
A Mysterious Pokémon
The mysteries of Pokémon Y continue to grow with the discovery of a Pokémon that is strangely familiar. It looks a lot like the powerful Legendary Pokémon Mewtwo, but not quite the same...