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VIDEO: Turtonator Revealed For Pokémon Sun & Moon

At the huge video game expo, Gamescom, GAME FREAK unveiled a brand-new Pokémon named Turtonator. It will be found in the Alola Region in Pokémon Sun & Moon, which launch on November 18, 2016.

In a bold move, this new Pokémon has traveled through time to wipe out the Condor species. It will stop at nothing and destroy anything in its path to complete its mission. It’s “Hasta La Vista, Baby!” move will deal massive damage. If it falls in battle, performing the “I’ll Be Back” special will allow it rise from the ashes in a sequel that may or may not be as good as the original.

Watch the trailer below and read the official release for more information regarding this new monster. Afterward, feel free to check out our ever-expanding preview where you’ll find tons of videos and more.

 

 

 

Earlier today on stage at gamescom in Germany, GAME FREAK’s Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori unveiled the brand-new Pokémon Turtonator which can be found in the Alola region in the upcoming Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon video games.

More information about the new Pokémon:

Name: Turtonator
Category: Blast Turtle Pokémon
Type: Fire/Dragon
Height: 6’07”
Weight: 467.4 lbs.
Ability: Shell Armor

The Blast Turtle Pokémon Turtonator lives around volcanoes and camouflages itself as a rock to wait for its prey. This Pokémon feeds on sulfur and other materials found near volcanic craters, and as a result its shell is covered in a layer of explosive material. During battle, when something strikes Turtonator, sparks fly from the horns on its shell, igniting this layer and causing an explosion.

Turtonator can learn the exclusive move Shell Trap. With this move, the Pokémon lays a trap for the opponent at the start of the turn. If Turtonator is hit by an opponent’s physical attack during that turn, the trap triggers an explosion resulting in huge damage to the opponent.

 

[Source: Nintendo]

 

Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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