“Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” fans from select cities will have a chance to get some hands-on time with the two video games. According to a report from The Official Nintendo Magazine on Aug. 29, Nintendo will be holding a tour showcasing both titles in the coming months.
The Nintendo Experience Tour is expected to being on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 at Detroit, Michigan. The tour will then travel to the middle portions of the United States of America before ending up in Los Angeles on Nov. 3. You can check out the complete list of dates and locations of the Nintendo Experience Tour below (courtesy of The Official Nintendo Magazine):
- Detroit - Briarwood Mall, Macy's Corridor - August 31st/September 1st
- Indianapolis - Castleton Square, Center Court - September 8th/9th
- Chicago Orland Square, Upper Caron's Court - September 14th
- Chicago - Woodfield Mall, Grand Court - September 15th
- Milwaukee - Southridge Mall, Center Court - September 21st/22nd
- Minnesota - Southdale Center, Center Court - September 25th
- Kansas City - Independence Center, Lower Level Dilliard's Court - September 28th/29th
- Tulsa - Woodland Hills Mall, Dilliard's Court - October 2nd
- Dallas - Grapevine Mills, Entry 2 - October 5th/6th
- Houston - Houston Galleria, Galleria IV in front of Adidas - October 12th/13th
- Denver - Colorado Mills, Food Court - October 16th
- Tempe - Arizona Mills, Food Court or Saks Court - October 19th/20th
- San Francisco - Great Mall, Grand Court - October 26th
- San Francisco - Stroneridge Shopping Center, Grand Court - October 27th
- Los Angeles - Brea Mall, Lower Level Center Court - November 2nd
- Los Angeles Del Amo Fashion Center, Lower Level JoAnn's Court November 3rd
Nintendo has already offered playable demos of “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” in Japan as well as Europe in the recent GamesCom convention. Attendees of the PAX Prime event were also able to play the video games in advance.
Although the core gameplay of “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” remain the same, the latest releases of the “Pokemon” series did add several new elements such as the Aime and mega evolution features. You can take a look at “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y,” which are coming to the Nintendo 3DS on Oct. 12, in the slideshow located on the top left-hand side of this article.