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‘Pokemon X’ and ‘Pokemon Y’ image hints at Sylveon’s type

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A new image has been revealed for the upcoming Nintendo 3DS titles, “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y,” hinting at the type for Sylveon. According to a report the Poke Community Forums on April 19, the shot was taken from the latest trailer of the upcoming movie based on the “Pokemon” franchise. Sylveon can be seen with an egg-like symbol with what appears to be wing decorations, suggesting that the monster may be categorized as a flying type. You can check out the new image, as well as some screens from “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y,” in the slideshow at the top of this article.

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Nintendo revealed Sylveon earlier this year as the eighth possible evolution form for Eevee, a monster that first appeared in the first-generation of “Pokemon” games.

“Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y,” which are being developed concurrently at Game Freak, are slated to come out exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS platform in the North American region sometime later this fall.

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