'Pokemon Z' Release Date News: Will CoroCoro December Issue Reveal Launch Date?

As the weeks pass by and Nintendo remains mum about the release of the highly anticipated role-playing game "Pokémon Z," it seems fans will just have to rely on the speculations and rumors going around.

However, an interesting report recently created buzz around the Internet regarding the release date of the upcoming game. According to the new report, CoroCoro Magazine will be making a huge reveal about the game in its December issue, which is set to release on the 15th.

Multiple outlets said a column in the CoroCoro Mag's current issue appears to be taunting that the Christmas season issue will be unveiling the release date of "Pokémon Z."

The magazine is known to always contain various information about the "Pokémon" franchise, and according to some reports, almost all of the information unveiled by the magazine turn out to be true.

CoroCoro's current issue not only includes hints about "Pokémon Z's" release date but it also revealed new forms of Zygarde, the Pokémon who has been the center of all attention, as it is believed that the said Pokémon will be the main character of the upcoming game.

Movie Pilot suggests that the Pokémon's name may have been derived from the term "zygote," a cell that forms through time as it undergoes fertilization. The starting point of a zygote's development is the genome.

In the case of Zygarde, his first stage is the Cell. Probably after some time and proper rearing, he will then advance into the Core. At 10 percent of the completion stage, Zygarde appears like a canine creature, and by the time it reaches 50 percent into development, he looks like a King Cobra with multiple sword-like wings at the back of his head. Finally, when Zygarde reaches the end of his evolution, he looks similar to a winged dinosaur-type Pokémon.

While it is unclear if CoroCoro will indeed carry the release date of "Pokémon Z" in its December issue, what's clear is that the game will surely be a hit among Pokéfans.

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