We have some fantastic news to bring Pokemon X and Y fans now, as just as we had hoped, Nintendo has now confirmed that they will be having a Pokemon X and Y news blowout at E3 2013 next month. A 90 minute Pokemon X and Y ’round table’ has just been announced, allowing Game Freak to finally reveal solid and detailed information on the game to everyone.
A 90 minute presentation sounds to us like they have a lot to show for the game as well, and will surely make up for all of the slow information emerging for the game so far. Nintendo won’t be having a main E3 press conference this year unlike Sony and Microsoft remember, but the company has followed through with their word by having multiple smaller events.
This Pokemon X and Y event is a perfect example of this now, with Nintendo confirming it will take place on June 11, at 6pm Pacific Time, 2am for those in the UK and the following morning for those planning to tune in from Japan and other parts of Asia. Tsunekaz Ishihara, CEO of The Pokemon Company, as well as Junichi Masuda from Game Freak will be hosting the event, so it really is something that cannot be missed if you are planning to pick up the game in October.
It’s also great to see key figures for the game make their way over from Japan for the event, making all of the reveals that much more special. With a whopping 90 minutes event time, expect to see more new Pokemon creatures announced for Pokemon X and Y, more details on the Kalos region and hopefully – an official Pokemon X and Y release date as well.
We can also expect to find out some of missing information on Pokemon types for some of the creatures already announced, and even perhaps details on the mysterious new formes of Mewtwo that are coming to the game. We’re not 100% sure if there will be a live stream for this event, but we’ll let you know once Nintendo has confirmed this or not.
Are you pumped up for this 90 minute extravaganza? Sylveon’s type is finally going to be revealed soon. What information would you like to find out during this event?