Pokémon X

aka: Pocket Monsters X
Moby ID: 62267

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Pokémon X and its counterpart, Pokémon Y, are the first main Pokémon games to be rendered in full 3D and have a customizable protagonist.

As with the previous games, the player first chooses one of three starter Pokémon. He then sets out in the Kalos region to collect Pokémon information in the Pokédex, which now has three sections.

The game has new features: horde battles, sky battles and the new 'Fairy' type. Party Pokémon can go through a 'Super Training' regimen that increases stats and bond with their trainer using the 'Pokémon-amie' widget, by playing minigames, interacting and eating Poképuffs. A new type of evolution, the 'Mega Evolutions' can now temporarily boost some Pokémon's stats by using a Mega Stone. Mega Pokémon not only have higher stats, different typing and new abilities, but also have a different look.


  • ポケットモンスターX - Japanese spelling

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Credits (Nintendo 3DS version)

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3D Art Director
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Pokémon Concept & Pokédex Text
Field System Programming
Field Event Camera Programming
Battle System Programming / Pokémon Data Programming
Network Programming
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According to publisher Nintendo, Pokémon X together with Pokémon Y sold 14.15 million copies worldwide (as of September 30, 2015).


  • GameStar/GamePro (Germany)
    • 2013 – #2 Best Wii & DS Game of the Year (Readers' Vote) (together with Pokémon Y)

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Pokémon Ultra Moon
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Pokémon Silver Version
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Pokémon Stadium
Released 1999 on Nintendo 64

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Game added by Fred VT.

Additional contributors: CalaisianMindthief, Patrick Bregger, Michael Cassidy.

Game added December 24th, 2013. Last modified November 29th, 2023.