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  • Pokemon Sun/Moon Updated For Pokemon Bank Support

    Players of Pokemon Sun/Moon will at long last be able to bring over their precious Pokemon, caught in Pokemon X/Y and OmegaRuby/AlphaSapphire (or even earlier, and imported to those games), or in the Virtual Console re-releases of Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow, to the newest games- Pokemon Bank has finally been updated to allow players to transfer their Pokemon over into the new games.

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    Pokemon Bank is a paid cloud storage app that lets players store their Pokemon in the cloud. It is also used to transfer Pokemon between different games at this point. With Pokemon Sun/Moon only offering 300 Pokemon within them, Bank functionality will now let players bring over older favorites into the games at last.

    To induce users to use Bank, Nintendo and The Pokemon Company have announced that anyone using Bank will get a free Mewnium Z-Crystal, which allows Mew to use its Z-Move in battle – Genesis Supernova. Pokemon Sun/Moon are available exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS.


    Source: Gamingbolt
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