Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire
"Pokémon Omega Ruby" and "Pokémon Alpha Sapphire." Pokémon

The mythical Pokémon Hoopa will finally be making its way to the west. Early October we started seeing Hoopa distribution events pop up all over Europe and now it will finally be coming to the U.S..

As reported by NintendoLife (via Serebii), Hoopa will be distributed in McDonald's branches in the U.S. between Nov. 27 and Dec. 23, which gives you about a month to go into a McDonald's restaurant and grab a Hoopa distribution code for your 3DS titles. Gamers will be able to redeem the code for "Pokémon Omega Ruby," "Pokémon Alpha Sapphire," "Pokémon X" and "Pokémon Y," but you should keep in mind that only ORAS gamers will be able to get Hoopa Unbound which is the Pokémons true powerful form.

Beyond that the first episode of the "Pokémon XY & Z" anime has now aired in Japan, and some uploads of the rather dramatic opening sequence have popped up on the web. Check it out below.

Meanwhile, for those of you in Japan the event for a Shiny Xerneas has began. This distribution is obtained through a shared Serial Code, which was given with today's "Pokémon XY & Z" anime episode. Serebii reports the code is MOKUYO7JI and is usable once per game within the Mystery Gift "Receive via Code" option. The Shiny Xerneas will be redeemable until Jan. 12, and to be followed by a Shiny Yveltal next week and a Zygarde Nov. 12.

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