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‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’ additional strategy guide contents revealed

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Additional contents have been posted for the official strategy guide of the upcoming “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” According to an update from the GameStop website on Aug. 26, the product includes several physical benefits along with providing strategies and tips of the two role-playing game.

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The “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” official strategy guide features a premium hardcover binding with an included dust jacket. A map insert, which contains a visual overview of the Kalos region, is also included in the package. Furthermore, the book also includes a premium fiber screen cleaner for the Nintendo 3DS system. The cloth measures at 4.78 inches by 7.18 inches.

In addition to the physical extras, the official strategy guide provides a comprehensive coverage on the two role-playing games. The book will include a full walkthrough for both titles, including strategies for beating the gym leaders. It will also reveal locations for the hidden items and pocket monsters on top of covering the competitive online matches.

The “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” official strategy guide has an official price tag of $19.99. The book will be hitting store shelves at the same time as the releases of the two video games, which is expected to be on Oct. 12 in the North American regions. You can take a look at several “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” screenshots in the slideshow on the top left-hand side of this article. You can pre-order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y”


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