Nintendo held their Annual Earnings Announcement earlier today, and along with updates regarding their earnings from the past fiscal year. The Kyoto based company also dropped some mini bombshells regarding the NX, the Wii U successor that has been shrouded in secrecy, and the next release in the Zelda series for Wii U, which always seems to come out next year.
Check out the press release, along with some of my opinions, predictions, and random mumblings after the break!
Mega Evolution. The one new feature that was introduced in the Sixth Generation of Pokémon that proved to be quite a controversial change, since until this point, all Pokémon had a common rule; all evolution lines are no more than 3 total stages of evolution, regardless of branching lines, and that Legendary Pokémon did not evolve at all. Mega Evolution changed all of that. Mega Evolution, according to the Mega Evolution Guru of X/Y;
“Mega Evolution is a transformation of Pokémon that were thought to be unable to evolve any further!”
“There’s a reason why I used the word “transformation” a moment ago. Mega Evolution differs from Evolution because it ends after a certain amount of time. In other words, it’s a temporary Evolution.”