Pokemon Sun and Moon
The Pokemon Company has announced the arrival of "Pokemon Sun and Moon" later in 2016. Pokemon official website

Nintendo has recently revealed the new games expected to debut in 2016. Titled “Pokemon Sun and Moon,” the most that is known about the games is that it will come sometime later in the year. It was also mentioned that “Pokemon Sun and Moon” will have a new locale and designs for new Pokemon.

To get more information, it seem that fans will need to keep track of upcoming CoroCoro magazines for new details. The first of these will come on April 15, Go Nintendo reported. The teaser image, seen in the link, states that the upcoming issue will bring a lot of information, which will hopefully shed more light on what exactly the new games will have for fans.

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This has usually been the case for The Pokemon Company. Following the reveal of the main Pokemon games, information is then revealed in trickles via the Japanese magazine CoroCoro.

Fans who managed to see the latest leaked magazine scans should also know that these are fake. The scans previously claimed to contain the starters Pokemon for “Pokemon Sun and Moon.” Gearnuke has a copy of the scans, which showed three starter Pokemon that oddly enough, are colour-coded as blue, green and red.

The newest titles have been spotted way back by fans in early February. The trademark for “Pokemon Sun and Moon” was discovered via the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market website, Comicbook reported. It occurred before the actual and official announcement of the games via the Pokemon Direct, and from the looks of it, the two games will deviate from what has already been established by “Pokemon X and Y.”

Since it is also the main Pokemon game to come out for the 20th anniversary of the franchise, it would be interesting to see what the developer will have up its sleeve to set it apart from the rest. “Pokemon Sun and Moon” will be released for the Nintendo 3DS.

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" trailer (Credit: YouTube/GameXplain)