At the Nintendo Direct June 2012 conference, Nintendo revealed the first English trailer, although its more of a teaser, for Pokemon White Version 2 and Pokemon Black Version 2, which includes some brief gameplay video of the duo in action.
If you play the games on a 3DS, you will gain access to a few new features, namely two corresponding new Apps called “Pokemon Dream Radar”, which allows you to use Augmented Reality to catch Pokemon in your real-world environment, and transfer hard to catch Pokemon into your Pokemon Black 2 or White 2 game…. and Pokedex 3D Pro, which allows you to get detailed information on every known Pokemon and keep track of those you’ve collected.
Pokemon White 2 and Pokemon Black 2 feature a number of new features and additions over the previous versions of the game. They mark the first time Nintendo has released a bonafide sequel to a previous core Pokemon game, although these games are similar to the additional 1-year-later updated versions of previous games such as Pokemon Yellow, Pokemon Crystal, Pokemon Emerald, and Pokemon Platinum.
Pokemon Black 2 and Pokemon White 2 feature an evolved Unova region that has been covered in a mysterious ice. New Gyms and Gym Leaders have appeared, along with new cities and modified old cities. One of the biggest new changes to Pokemon Black 2 and Pokemon White 2 are the re-introduction of old and beloved Pokemon, over 300 of them, that are available to catch from the very beginning. Unlike the original Pokemon White and Pokemon Black, which only featured 150 ALL-NEW Pokemon. Returning favorites include Psyduck, Mareep, Metagross and Riolu.
Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 also feature two new playable characters, a new rival, and a mysterious new Pokemon researcher named Achroma. And of course, each version features a new legendary Pokemon, as seen on the covers, called Black Kyurem and White Kyurem.
Skip to 18:00 in this Nintendo Direct June Conference Video to see Nintendo of America President Reggie discuss Pokemon Black 2 and Pokemon White 2 for DS.