"Pokémon Sun" and "Pokémon Moon" will be two of the biggest game releases for the 3DS this year, and Nintendo knows it. The company has revealed that it will be bringing some special editions to make the release an even bigger deal in the region. 

Nintendo of Europe has confirmed via Twitter that it will bring a Solgaleo and Lunala Limited Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL console to gamers. The limited edition handhelds were first revealed for release in Japan. However, Japan editions will not include any game copies, so it will likely just be hardware-only. Check out the limited edition below console below.  

Meanwhile, Nintendo of Europe also revealed that there will be a "Fan Edition" of both games, which will include a steelbook case for the copy of your game. At this point, it is unknown if the limited editon of "Fan Edition" will arrive outside of Europe or Japan. See the "Fan Edition" below. 

"Pokémon Sun and Moon" take place on the tropical islands of the Alola region, composed entirely of islands. The new region is inspired by Hawaii. During an interview at E3 2016, Shigeru Ohmori noted that the Game Freak staff took a trip to Hawaii to conduct research for the titles. The titles will feature three new starters with Rowlet (Grass-Flying), Litten (Fire) and Popplio (Water).

Furthermore, Rotom, which was introduced in "Pokémon Diamond" and "Pokémon Pearl," will be added to the next generation Pokédex. The electric and ghost-type Pokémon that often possesses household appliances will able to speak to gamers in the coming titles.

Both games will be compatible with the Pokémon storage system, Pokémon Bank. This will be the first entry in the series to be available in Chinese, both simplified and traditional, along with English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese and Korean for a total of nine playable languages. 

"Pokémon Sun" and "Pokémon Moon" are expected to release in Japan, the U.S. and Australia on Nov. 18 and in Europe on Nov. 23.