Update: The legendary Pokemon named have officially been unveiled! They are the Flying Legendary Yveltal (pronounced ee-VELL-tawl) and the deer-like “Xerneas” (pronounced Xerneas).
Above you can see the Pokemon X, Y Fire Pokemon Starter Fennekin. The Pokemon X Y release date is this October 2013 worldwide exclusively for 3DS.
Take a good, long hard look at these Pokemon as the following two and the one above are the three starting Pokemon that Pokemon Y and Pokemon X players will have to choose from when they begin their newest Pokemon Trainer adventure.
Here is the Pokemon X, Y Water Pokemon Starter Froakie.
This is in keeping with tradition, as in all past Pokemon games the player starts out by selecting one of three new Pokemon to begin the game with, always a Grass, Fire and Water type.
Even with all of the new features, improvements, enhancements and reworkings of the first-ever next-gen handheld Pokemon games for 3DS, some things have stayed stubbornly the same.
Last but not least, here is the Pokemon X, Y Grass Starter Pokemon Chespin.
However fans will be very happy to see the first two Legendary Pokemon X and Y versions, who look to be just as badass as you expect from Legendary Pokemon. The Pokemon Y Legendary is red in color with an X-shaped motiff and is a awesome flying Pokemon, while the Pokemon Y Legendary is blue in color, a type of deer with crazy rainbow antlers and the letter Y in it’s eyes. Very cool. The different colors are in keeping with the new Pokemon logos, each of which has a different color in Red for X and Blue for Y.