Nintendo Announces Pokémon Black and White 2
This morning Nintendo announced the upcoming arrival of Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2 coming to the Nintendo DS family of systems this Fall 2012 to stores in North America. As part of a sneak peak into this soon to be hit title, Nintendo is showing off new character art of Black Kyurem and White Kyurem which can be seen here. The game will be playable in 2D on the Nintendo 3DS.
In 2011 Pokémon Black and White became the fastest selling Nintendo DS titles, moving over 5 million units in just 3 months. Stay tuned as we’ll be keeping our ears (and Pokéballs) handy for more news on Pokémon Black and White 2!
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