We'd heard that the new Pokémon remakes would include megas for Mudkip and Treeko. But now we can see what they're like in the actual game. Neat, eh?
With Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire releasing later this year, fans have already started excitedly speculating about all the third generation Pokémon that might get a mega evolution—and this is that we don't officially know if the remakes will have any.
Mega Evolutions aren't just for new Pokémon video games anymore. Booster packs coming to the Pokémon Trading Card Game in February will allow already-powerful EX cards to Mega Evolve — for a price.
Yes, Pokemon X & Y looks excellent, visually. But even so, looking at the photoshop handiwork of Justin—Bieber, it's hard not to fantasize about an entire Pokemon game in this particular style, with backgrounds like these.
In today's Pokemon-themed Nintendo Direct, it was announced that not only will players receive the original starters from Red and Blue in Pokemon X & Y—Bulbasaur, Charmander Squirtle—but these Pokemon, once fully raised, will be able to Mega evolve.
Oh yes, there's more. Last week we saw the reveal of mega evolved Pokemon, like Mega Mewtwo and Mega Blaziken. Today, Nintendo released footage of a few more Mega Evolutions: Mega Ampharos, Mega Absol, Mega Mawile....plus, there's footage of Mega Kangaskhan from this weekend's Pokemon World Championships.