>Volcanion Movie is the last 6 Gen Pokemon movie
>New Gen Pokemons always appear in the last Gen movies
>We'll probably see the first Gen 7 Pokemon soon
>February CoroCoro's big announcement
>Superbowl announcement (Probably GO though)
>Yet, people is waiting for Z when it's obvious gen 7 is almost here
im korean, that pic is fake.
also jap shits please die
We still have one more event based Pokemon to get our hands on. I completely understand why people forget about it though, the Pokedex labels it as a form and not its own Pokemon with different stats an a separate move.
>next month's issue of CoroCoro, due out on February 15th, will have a World Exclusive Scoop Poster and a major announcement that will affect the entire world for the movie
>for the movie
>>Yet, people is waiting for Z when it's obvious gen 7 is almost here
The fact that we have a year of mythical distributions for gen 6 is the ultimate proof there's no gen 7 this year. They're not doing events for old generations anon so its another year of gen 6
If they announced a game now, they wouldn't release it this year. That would give them zero time to market it. And they released events on the tails of other games coming out. Hell, I'm pretty sure I picked up my Diancie in XY while waiting in line for my ORAS pre-order.
This year's movie will likely star Volcanion in some alternate form and Perfect Zygarde. Next year's movie will be all about a next gen Pokémon like movies 2, 5, 8, 9, 13 and 16.
My guess for Gen 7 is 2019 to be honest. I doubt NX portable will release in 2016, and Game Freak always takes a couple years before releasing a game on new systems. Cue the DP remakes/sequels.
That's so fucking obvious. I don't know why people even doubt it. Things are fucking confirmed by the teaser, and yet people fuckin' doubt it. Name one time they lied about the next movie's contents before making idiotic assumptions.
The Pokemon ad in the Super Bowl is basically just going to be GO because it appeases normies. GO contains only gen 1 Pokemon which of course normies will recognize easier followed by them realizing Pokemon is 20 years old. Then the trailer for go will make it look like that badass open world game they wanted as a kid. It's all a perfect setup. They're going to milk this anniversary so I wouldn't expect any new mainline games until the end of the year. Showing off a mainline game during the Super Bowl would confuse normies with all the new shit like megas and Kalos Pokemon.
The sixteenth movie was still gen 5, anon. Gen 6 only has two movies so far, Diancie and Hoopa. Thus what you're saying is the same thing I was saying (I was being sarcastic towards OP's claim).