'Pokemon X And Y' News: Two New Fossil Pokemon Revealed [PHOTOS]

Nintendo has revealed two new Pokemon for the upcoming "Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y" game. Tyrunt and Amaura, two new fossil Pokemon have been added to the series with the release of "Pokemon X and Y" next month. The two new Pokemon have been added to the official game website. The entries on the site detail both Pokemon alongside their evolved forms. You will only be able to choose one of the two to restore and train on a single save.  

Tyrunt is a Rock/Dragon type that is restored from the Jaw Fossil and evolves into Tyrantrum. Both have the Strong Jaw ability, which boosts the strength of biting moves like Crunch. The second Pokemon is Amaura, which is a Rock/Ice type Pokemon contained in the Sail Fossil that evolves into Aurorus. They have the Refrigerate ability, which turns normal-type moves into ice-types.

Besides the new Pokemon the game also has several new functions that have been widely talked about. The first is Mega Evolutions which lets certain Pokemon evolve beyond their final stages. There have been about 11 Pokemon who will be getting to Mega Evolve and the list includes: Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise, Kangaskhan, Mewtwo, Ampharos, Blaziken, Mawile, Absol, Garchomp, and Lucario. The Pokemon Company also re-launched the Pokemon catchphrase "Gotta Catch 'Em All" with a new video launch by electronic artist Pogo. 

It is unclear if the Pokemon Company will announce any other Pokemon who will Mega Evolve.

"Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y" will launch globally on October 12 for the Nintendo 3DS.

Will you be buying the new "Pokemon X and Y" game?

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William Cannon is a Tech and Entertainment writer for Latin Times. Cannon joined the Latin Times team April 2013 and holds a B.A. in Convergent Journalism from MSU Denver. William is an avid gamer who drops slanderous profanity while playing games, a foodie that believes in four unhealthy meals a day, a hat afficianado and a techie.