Earlier this week we brought you news from the latest issue of CoroCoro magazine regarding a few new Z-Moves and Rotom Dex capabilities. On the other side, Dawn Wings Necrozma learns the Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom Z-move which again pulls its enemy through a wormhole before blasting it with six beams of energy. Dusk Mane Necrozma (which occurs when Necrozma absorbs Solgaleo) will have access to a Z-Move called "Searing Sunraze Smash". A new standard move for all forms is Photon Geyser, which deals damage based on the higher of Necrozma's Attack or Special Attack stats.
Then there's the Rotom Dex, which takes a more active role in our adventure than before by speaking to the player more frequently, though rather unfortunately in the same doofy, cheesy tones as before and not in the snarky manner of Dexter, the original Pokedex.
Government price cap to limit energy bills for 15m homes
May has previously indicated a cap could cut average energy bills by around 100 pounds ($132) a year. Around two-thirds of all energy customers in the United Kingdom are now on these variable tariffs.
Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon has a new trailer out that reveals some exciting and explosive new features.
Central to the plotline of Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is the mysterious Pokemon Necrozma, which apparently came to the Pokemon world from another dimension. When players bond with Rotom they can use a number of his features so that they can hatch Poke' Eggs faster and run into stronger Pokemon in the wild. Already, Nintendo has revealed a lot of new features such as new beasts to collect like the two new forms of Necrozma, the Photo Club, Mantine Surfing, additional customization options, and much more.
Pokemon UltraSun and UltraMoon certainly seem to be a pair of fleshed-out enhancements, and you'll be able to check them out for yourself when both games launch for Nintendo 3DS on November 17.