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‘Pokemon Bank’ Celebi gift tutorial posted for ‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’

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Pokemon Bank” users have until Sept. 30 to acquire Celebi as a gift for “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” Acquiring the legendary pocket monster can be a somewhat confusing process for first-time users of the application, however. According to a report from Pocket Gamer on Feb. 5, players will have to go back and forward between “Pokemon Bank” and the two video games.

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In order to acquire Celebi, users must download “Pokemon Bank” from the eShop of the Nintendo 3DS. They must also have a copy of either “Pokemon X” or “Pokemon Y” and progress far enough into the adventure in order to receive the Pokedex item.

Players are instructed to boot up “Pokemon Bank” first and follow the on-screen steps to setup an account. They should then use the service by sending pocket monsters to the cloud service storage. Afterwards, they must quit the application and boot up “Pokemon X” or “Pokemon Y” and proceed to pick the “Pokemon Link” option to get several gifts.

Subsequently, the users have to go back to the “Pokemon Bank” to be offered Celebi. Finally, they have to use the “Pokemon Link” option again in order to import the legendary pocket monster into “Pokemon X” or “Pokemon Y.”

You can find some screenshots from the two Nintendo 3DS exclusive video game in the slideshow located to the left side of this article.


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