Pokemon X and Y Pokedex

9 January 2013
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Pokemon X and Y Pokedex

Here’s the start of the Pokemon X and Y Pokedex that begins at Pokemon #650. We show you the new Pokemon in these first of the Generation 6 games. Developer Game Freak has confirmed there will be over 700 Pokemon total in the new games, that means at least 50 new Pokemon!

We’ve simply listed these Pokedex numbers by the alphabetical order of the Pokemon names announced so far, as we await the official Pokedex info.

Pokemon X and Y Starters

Pokemon X and Y Starters

Pokemon #650: Chespin
Name: Chespin in English, Harimaron in Japanese, Marisson in French, and Igamaro in German.
Type: Grass
Classification: 1 of 3 Starter Pokemon
Height: ?
Weight: ?
Color: Green & Brown
Moves: Solar Beam, and Knight Slash?
Ability: ?
Evolves from: None
Evolution: ?

Pokemon #651: Fennekin
Names: Fennekin in English, Fokko in Japanese, Feunnec in French, and Fynx in German.
Type: Fire
Classification: 1 of 3 Starter Pokemon
Height: ?
Weight: ?
Color: Orange & Yellow
Moves: Flame Thrower, and Psywave?
Ability: ?
Evolves from: None
Evolution: ?

Pokemon #652: Froakie
Names: Froakie in English, Keromatsu in Japanese, Grenousse in French, and Froxy in German.
Type: Water
Classification: 1 of 3 Starter Pokemon
Height: ?
Weight: ?
Color: Blue & White
Moves: Hydro Pump (or Water Gun), and Close Combat (or Quick Attack)?
Ability: ?
Evolves from: None
Evolution: ?

Pokemon X and Y Xerneas

Pokemon X and Y Xerneas

Pokemon #653: Xerneas
Names: Xerneas in English, pronounced as ZURR-nee-us.
Type: ?
Classification: Legendary Pokemon
Height: ?
Weight: ?
Color: Blue, White/Grey & Rainbow Spectrum
Moves: ?
Ability: ?
Evolves from: None
Evolution: None

Pokemon #654: Yveltal
Names: Yveltal in English, pronounced as ee-VELL-tall.
Type: ?
Classification: Legendary Pokemon
Height: ?
Weight: ?
Color: Red & Black/Grey
Moves: ?
Ability: ?
Evolves from: None
Evolution: None

Let’s hope Nintendo will keep updating the “Pokedex 3D” app, that you can download for free off the 3DS’ eShop, as new Pokemon get added to the Pokedex over the course of this year.

More to come as we get closer to the worldwide release in October 2013.

Take a look at these Pokemon X & Y screenshots to see what they look like in-game:


Watch the first Pokemon X and Y video showing all 5 newly confirmed Pokemon here:

What’s your favorite new Pokemon in the Pokemon X and Y Pokedex?

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Ferry Groenendijk By Ferry Groenendijk: He is the founder and editor of Video Games Blogger. He loved gaming from the moment he got a Nintendo with Super Mario Bros. on his 8th birthday. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and at Google+.


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