Does anybody see there being any form of marine exploring?
There realy isn't much saying that there would be. I would like marine exploration.
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would like to see the HM Dive return too
wouldnt mind a double battle gym again seeing as there was only one of that type (in R/S/E Version) or even a triple/rotation battle gym leader would be fun.
This thing has fake written all over it, the audio is clearly ripped from the original trailer and synchs up poorly with this one.
Names for region if it is in France:
My 3DS games:
> Mario Kart 7 (2011)
> Resident Evil: Revelations (2011)
> Super Mario 3D Land (2011)
> Fifa 13 (2012)
> Fire Emblem: Awakening (2012)
> Bravely Default (2013)
> Pokémon Y (2013)
> The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (2013)
> Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl (2014)
> Pokémon Omega Ruby (2014)
> Super Smash Bros For Nintendo 3DS (2014)
> Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (2015)
> Bravely Second: End Layer (2016)
> Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight (2016)
> Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright (2016)
> Yo-Kai Watch (2016)
> Monster Hunter Generations (2016)
> Pokémon Sun (2016)
The region's name will have a deeper meaning than that much like the previous ones.
:: Kanto was named after the actual region it was based after in Japan. So yeah, this one was a bit of an exception.
:: Johto was named after the kanji "城都", meaning 'castle palace' or 'lattice-shaped palace'. The Johto region is pretty much inspired by old Japanese culture especially in Violet and Ecruteak City where these structures are commonly found.
:: Hoenn was named after "豊縁", meaning "abundant relations". 'Relationships forged between Pokémon and people' is a common theme in this region.
:: Sinnoh's name is based on the Sino-Japanese term "神奥", which means "mysterious". This is pretty evident considering the said region is full of myths and legends.
:: Isshu is named after "一種類" (isshurui), meaning "one variety", while Unova is named after unum (one) and nova (new). Aside from United States of America, which the region is party based at, the English name might be named after the same thing "uno/unum (one) + VAriety". As explained by Masuda, this is to express that even though the region has great diversity in species and race, when seen from a distance they are all the same as living creatures.
So yeah, I think it won't be a simple 'name it after France or anything related to it'.
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I know people have said the X and Y thing can't be related to DNA because it's too complex for a kid's game, blah blah, but I find it way too coincidental that right after BW2 with the whole DNA splicing, pokemon-fusing plotline being used for the first time ever, the new games are entitled X and Y and have nothing to do with DNA at all.
If they are DNA related, that could definitely point toward the theme of the region. It would also bring us full circle, right back to the genetic experiments Kanto scientists performed on Mew and Mewtwo.
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Elite Four Speculation!
Type Specialist: Dragon
(Dragon-type from new region)
Type Specialist: Water
(Water-type from new region)
Type Specialist: Flying
(Flying-type from new region)
type Specialist: Rock
(Rock-type from new region)
Type Specialist: Normal
(2 Normal-types from new region)