Nintendo confirmed the buzz around those Pokémon Sun and Moon trademarks on Friday, during the Pokémon Direct presentation celebrating the 20th anniversary of the very first games’ release in Japan. Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon will indeed be the franchise’s “all-new Pokémon adventure”, and here’s the announcement trailer celebrating the long, sprawling timeline of games and trainers alike.
The digital downloads of the Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow games have now been available in the Nintendo eShop since Saturday, and it’s been discovered that you can still pull off the potentially game-destroying Missingno. glitch in these releases. As well as this little hit of nostalgia for the gamers who were there from the start, you will also be able to transfer your captured classic monsters to Pokémon Sun and Moon through the Pokémon Bank service. The new generation will be arriving in late 2016, when they’ll be available worldwide in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Korean and, for the first time throughout the generations, both traditional and simplified Chinese.