• Nintendo has introduced "Pokemon Sun and Moon's" protagonist to the new three starter Pokemons for the game.

Nintendo has introduced "Pokemon Sun and Moon's" protagonist to the new three starter Pokemons for the game. (Photo : YouTube/The Official Pokémon Channel)

"Pokémon Sun and Moon" Japan-exclusive trailer is out. While the promo may have gone widely unnoticed by fans outside the country, it is an emotional affair to warm the heart.

Players can easily get caught up in the fancy of a new game reveal. The impact of a new promo or the pre-existing enthusiasm for something new from a reputable product is enough to make many avid fans excited for the next move.

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"Pokémon Sun" and "Pokémon Moon" are two unique titles that have spurred a lot of rumors online in the wake of an official gameplay trailer release. However, many fans have missed the Japanese commercial that came with this official revealing, something that should be corrected as soon as possible.

The latest commercial follows the life of a young Japanese boy leaving his country to begin a new life with his mother in Hawaii, as many gamers will quickly realize is the locale that inspired the new tropical region in the titles, according to Gamerant. The move clearly affects the child, as radically changing cultures would, although he finds a common interest among his peers in Pokémon.

The trailer is an emotional twist on the realities of life, and it is something that any player will appreciate. Significantly, the commercial is viable since it goes beyond language barriers that "Pokémon" itself manages to break within it.

The upcoming games have been drawing attention since their official announcement, and avid fans of the "Pokémon" franchise have different ideas about the games. However, a different report by the same publication reveals that fans are inclining towards the new starters "Pokémon Rowlet."

The other two monsters - "Litten" and "Popplio" - have gained fame as well. It seems the community is positive about the new Pokémon in the upcoming titles, and that sense of acceptance and enthusiasm is what the trailer preaches.

The visual aspects executed in the latest "Pocket Monster" are very impressive. The idea should entice gamers that potentially ignored "Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire." However, it is clear that the enthusiasm for the franchise is high in the wake of the release of "Pokémon Sun and Moon."

"Pokémon Sun and Moon" will arrive exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS on Nov. 18. Watch the trailer below for more information.