Pokemon Bank – Big News for the Fans!
2013 isn’t just The Year of Luigi, it’s the year Nintendo changed a direction and focused on network compatibility. They started with the launch of the eShop, where gamers can download both digital-only and retail games straight to their SD cards, then implanted online play in most of their AAA releases (Mario Kart, Kid Icarus, Luigi Mansion) and now it’s finally time for our beloved Pokémon series to receive the same treatment.
Starting December players can download an exclusive software, called Pokémon Bank, that allows you to store all kinds of Pokémon from Pokémon X/Y, Pokémon Black/White and its 2012 sequel. The software will have a similar interface to the PC function that can be found in the Pokémon Center, and would come with a massive storage of 3000 Pokémons. It’s a great option for players who don’t have multiple Nintendo systems and 2 game copies, as you were needed to link at least 2 consoles via AD-Hoc.
So, if you want to start your journey with the same Pokémons you’ve trained before, or simply make sure that they are safe for eternity, Pokémon Bank will serve you well.