Japanese story trailer for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Japanese story trailer for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

1 comment 📅05 October 2017, 13:31

A new (and rather dramatic) story trailer for the upcoming Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon was screened on Japanese show Oha Suta and has since been uploaded on Japan’s Official Pokémon YouTube channel.

Since the story is focused around Necrozma, the trailer offers a few details on what this Legendary Pokémon’s connection is to the ominous dark clouds spreading over the Alola region and… it looks like it’s ‘stealing’ Alola’s light.

A translation to the trailer first appeared on Pokejungle. A ‘slightly amended’ version of it is below:

  • Text interspersed throughout the trailer reads, “There has been a sign of darkness. This is no longer the Alola you know.”
  • 0:08 – Kukui: “Yeah! It’s said that long ago when Alola was covered in darkness the people and Pokémon of Alola vanquished the darkness with light.”
  • 0:15 – Professor Burnet: “In Alola, it is rare to see cracks open up in the sky.”
  • 0:22 – Shionira: “Necrozma, the Pokémon that controls light…does it plan to steal Alola’s light?”
  • 0:58 – Guzma: “The enemy of my enemy is my friend, huh?” (literal translation: “So…it’s ‘keep the enemy alive, so we stay alive too, huh?”)
  • 0:59 – Gladion: “If mother is lost as well…!”
  • 1:00 – Lusamine: “Get out of here…it…it’s a monster!!”

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon is released worldwide on the Nintendo 3DS on 17 November 2017.

1 Comment

  1. Shah
    06 October 2017, 18:19 Shah

    I hope this game plays in stereoscopic 3D more than Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire did, or even just more than Pokémon SuMo did.

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