The exclusive pocket monsters list has been revealed for the recently-released Nintendo 3DS video games, “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y.” According to a report by Go Nintendo on Oct. 13, both titles feature 18 creatures that could not be found in the other versions.
The most obvious exclusive pocket monsters are Xerneas and Yveltal. The former can only be captured in “Pokemon X” while the latter is limited to appearing in “Pokemon Y.” Furthermore, players will get different mega evolution transformations for Charizard and Mewtwo based on which video game they are playing. You can check out some screenshots of the aforementioned creatures, along with several other shots, in the slideshow near the top of this article and the list below (courtesy of Go Nintendo):
“Pokemon X” exclusive pocket monsters:
- Mega Charizard X
- Mega Mewtwo X
“Pokemon Y” exclusive pocket monsters:
- Mega Charizard Y
- Mega Mewtwo Y
Nintendo usually release different versions of the same video game for the “Pokemon” series. In addition to the financial benefits of customers buying the same product with very minor differences twice, the unique release strategy encourages players to use the trading system in order to acquire all pocket monsters.
“Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y,” which were released in North America on Oct. 12, feature a roster of over 600 pocket monsters. The two titles were developed by the team at the Game Freak studio. Nintendo handled the publishing and distribution elements of the releases. You can order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y”