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are role-playing games developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company and distributed by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS.
They are the first installments in the fifth generation of the Pokémon series of role-playing games.
During battle, the player may fight, use an item, switch the active Pokémon, or flee.
However, the player cannot flee a battle against another Trainer or against certain wild Pokémon that are stronger than the player's.
Update: For the latest Pokemon Black and White news, check out our new article here. Reshiram, an ivory-colored colossus with claws on its wings, will only be available in "Pokemon Black." Zekrom, a dark-metal behemoth with horned nose and bulbous posterior, will lurk in "Pokemon White." Reports from Nintendo suggest that they're both dragon-type Pokemon. Update: For the latest Pokemon Black and White news, check out our new article here.
These twin titles will hit stores in the Spring of 2011. The Pokemon team also announced the two legendary monsters that will be exclusive to one version of the game.
Expect to learn many more reasons to pick up both "Pokemon Black" and "White." The game's developers hinted at major differences between the two – more than with past pairings. In the meantime, join the 600-plus comments in our massive Pokemon discussion thread, share your thoughts on the new starter Pokemon, or kick off a new conversation in the comments section below.
Rumors surrounding the release date for North American audiences sprang up over the weekend quoting a Gamestop flyer with a release date of April 17, 2011, but now Nintendo has exceeded even that projection and confirmed that the games will see a North American release date of March 6, 2011. fans can amrk their calendars, and begin the arduous task of weighing the pros and cons of the three starter characters in anticipation of picking up their own copy this spring.
The player controls a Pokémon Trainer who begins the game with a single Pokémon Like all other Trainers, the player can carry up to six Pokémon at one time.
First released in Japan on September 18, 2010, they were later released in Europe on March 4, 2011, in North America on March 6, 2011, and Australia on March 10, 2011.
Similar to previous installments of the series, the two games follow the journey of a young Pokémon trainer through the region of Unova, as they train Pokémon used to compete against other trainers, while thwarting the schemes of the criminal organization Team Plasma.
For the season of the anime based on these games, see List of Pokémon: Black & White episodes.
For the manga, see List of Pokémon Black and White chapters.