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Pokémon Black/White getting not-so-mysterious new Pokémon via GameStop

Harking back to the days of Mew in Pokémon Red and Blue, every Pokémon game has a handful of Pokémon that are only obtainable by leaving your house and going to an event or store. One of Black and White's event 'mons is making its North American debut at GameStop stores.

It's supposed to be a surprise, but in an era where the internet is a thing, it's pretty obvious from's teaser image that the Pokémon in question is Keldeo, the fourth "Musketeer" Pokémon, along with Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion.

Just bring your DS and a copy of Pokémon Black or White to a GameStop store between August 27th and October 3rd to nab this new monster.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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