Midnight on Saturday

Only one night until the release of Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. One night before we see what Nintendo and GAME FREAK revealed to us at the beginning of the year. Those of you who were absent, cannot recall what transpired, or just want to view it again; here it is: the Nintendo Direct that enveloped our world in anticipation.

Just for added enjoyment, here is September 4th’s Nintendo Direct, also regarding Pokémon X and Pokémon Y.

Before we go any further, I would like to express my gratitude to Nintendo, GAME FREAK, Creatures inc, TV TOKYO, and Cartoon Network. These companies helped propel the Pokémon franchise into the golden hearts and the silver souls of yesterday’s Trainers (children), today’s Champions (adolescents), and the Masters of tomorrow (youthful adults). On behalf of the Japanese and American audiences and gamers, thank you.

Now, some of you have wondered what the file (block) size is for the games are. For $39.99, you can download either game from the Nintendo eShop onto your Nintendo 3DS. If you plan on getting more bang for your buck, here’s the bang: the game, if completely (100%) downloaded, will comprise… 1.7 GB on your SD card, an estimated 14000 “blocks” of space on your console. If you get the game digitally, however, you might consider upgrading your SD card to an 8 GB or 32 GB, due to the fact that the file size alone will render your 2 GB, pre-packaged, SD card non-practical, unless you perform the steps that I will divulge, along with my summary of the games, in a later post, in order to keep your current SD card free of debt and yourself free of doubt and worry. To buy, or not to buy? That is the question.

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