1. Forming a multitude or great number; existing, occurring, or present in great numbers; very numerous.
2. Comprising many items, parts, or elements.
3. Archaic. Crowded or thronged.
EX. Alright, we're here to talk about the multitudinous news from this week's E3 conference on the upcoming Pokémon X & Y. For the official E3 trailer and roundtable discussion, check out the article at the top. If you're interested in some of my other "in-depth" coverage of this game, make sure to check out:
POKÉMON X & Y ANNOUNCEMENT
POKÉMON X AND Y: GOGOAT & MORE
For other interesting articles on the subject, simply search "pokemon" on my blog to look at the backlog of Pokémon articles I've done this year (hint hint...there is a lot). If you're too lazy to keep reading, JWittz was actually at E3's roundtable and has a ton of info:
FAIRY TYPE & NEW POKÉMON?!
E3 & CORO CORO NEWS STRAIT FROM JWITTZ
Character customization is deeper than previously alluded: you will be able to change your hair, clothes, and accesories to help identify you on the PSS.
The C-Gear will be replaced with a new friendlier trading/battling system called the PSS. You will be able to see what trainers are nearby with the feature.
You will be able to ride many Pokémon with a variety of features. For example, Rhyhorn can climb over and crush rocks. Other transportation hinted at were biking (of course) and roller skates.
The games will be playable in 7 different languages on each cart.
They announced two new battle modes:
And now that I think I've got that sorta news out of the way, let's move onto the 9 Pokémon revealed...I've got opinions.
Talonflame is the evolved form of Fletchling and is Fire/Flying type. He is pretty boss and might be the perfect Pokémon to fulfill your needs as your Sky Battle and Fly user in the sixth gen. I really dig his general appearance but I can't wait to see if he is the final evolution or just the second stage. Cuz what would be cooler than Talonflame?
Noivern is my favorite new Pokémon of the batch. She is a Dragon/Flying type (I was sorta hoping for Sound type to go along with what I had hoped would be Light instead of Sound) and he just is everything I love about modern Pokémon design. Her color scheme is a stunning mix of dark colors that get across the dragon theme but also have several neat design choices. The sonic ears, the cool nose crest, the yellow eyes, the little red claws on its wins and feet, the white mane, the tail with its hooks-- I just really dig its design. It's not for everyone, but it's definitely for me. Plus its name is a reference to Wyverns which are part of some of my most memorable D & D moments.
And that's all. What do you think about all the news? Make sure to comment below or on Facebook.