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The keen-eyed folks over at Comicbook.com recently captured a picture from Japanese television show, Pokenchi, which provides an appreciated glimpse into how the Pokémon battles will be carried out in Sun and Moon. Looking closely, you can see the battles will include NPC spectators, and also that the generic circular platforms that Pokémon would previously stand on during battle have been removed.



As for the starter Pokémon evolutions, a Youtuber Pdwinnall, based out of the U.K. put together a video, which aims to explain an exploit posted by a Japanese Pokémon site that provides a clue as to what Popplio and Litten's final evolutions are. Go ahead and watch the video, and make of it what you will for yourself; but Pdwinnall is claiming that Litten's final Evolution will be Fire/Ground type, and Popplio's final Evolution will be Water/Fighting. 

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We're talking fire Pokémon turning into ice Pokémon and new colors for the oldie favorites. Introducing Alola forms, which will make their big debut in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Here are some of the classic Pokémon then depicted in their new forms, as courtesy of Serebii:




Pokémon Sun and Moon will also introduce the 'styles' feature -- which is dependent upon which parts of the island you encounter a given Pokémon on:

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Via kotaku
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After nine years of work by Pokémon Uranium's developers, and a reported 1.5 million downloads, the inspired fan-made game has officially been shut down by Nintendo---specifically, all the download links were removed before Nintendo could pursue them with any legal action.



Some truly saddening news, as Pokémon Uranium was definitely a game worth getting real excited about! Featured over 150 new Pokémon, a new type of 'nuclear' Pokémon, and dozens of hours of new content with a well-developed storyline. See the original trailer here:



This isn't the first time we've seen Nintendo bring down the ban hammer on a fan re-make: Nintendo gave the same treatment to "AM2R," a remake of the GameBoy classic Metroid II.

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By Erwan92
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Hoenn is finally confirmed for Nintendo 3DS, with Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire!

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