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Pokemon X and Y: Mewthree Revealed?

Posted by Ronnie Brown Saturday, April 6, 2013
A little while ago Nintendo revealed a new addition to Pokemon X and Y. This new Pokemon certainly seems to be a new form of Mewtwo or at least very closely related to it, and the images on Pokemon's official site make it seem like Nintendo is going the latter route with this one.
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As you can see, they're calling this a "newly discovered Pokemon." Now I'm personally not crazy about the design. I mean why just take Mewtwo's tail, put it on its head, slightly alter the color and overall design, and call that a new Pokemon? Are the developers really out of ideas? To be fair, there are hardly any known details about this other than it has some relation to Mewtwo, so this could very well end up being some kind of alternate form. I know that's what I'm hoping for because that would make this design much more sensible. Plus a new form of Mewtwo could open the door for new forms of other old legendary Pokemon, which could be a pretty cool way to help keep the series fresh. Being able to catch legendary Pokemon from multiple generations in one game and doing something to alter their forms in some way sounds pretty awesome to me.

Like many of you, I'm really intrigued by and excited about what Game Freak and Nintendo are doing with Pokemon X and Y, and I trust their judgment. Despite the kind of lame design that almost looks like something out of Dragon Ball Z, I'm excited to learn more about this, whether it turns out to be Mewtwo and a half, Mewthree, or something in between. What do you guys think? When Nintendo reveals more about this "new" Pokemon, I'll have more to say. Until then, feel free to sound off below!


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