New Pokémon Black & White Trailer

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Hot on the heels of the release date announcement, here’s a new trailer for Pokémon Black & White. It shows off eight new monsters and finally confirms that 3-on-3 battles are, indeed, going to be in the game. It also reveals a few new monsters, four of which we know the names for:

 

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From left to right: Desukaan, Denchura, Ononokusu and Doryuuzu. And we have three more unnamed ones below:

 

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Another addition you can find at the 20 second mark is the addition of a new menu option during battles, called “Shooter.” We don’t know what this does yet.

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Trailer sourced from Filb.de.


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