Differences between Pokemon Black & White Version revealed

Pokemon Black & White Version launch on Nintendo DS is just around the corner, however fans are not yet aware of what's the exact difference between these two version.

First of all let me clear you that there isn't any difference between these two version, the main thing is that each version have its own exclusivity of pokemon that trainers can catch, events, different legendary pokemon.

Pokemon Black & White

We have listed below every minute details in this regard to help, check it out:

Content exclusive to Pokemon BLACK Version:

Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Murkrow, Houndour, Houndoom, Shroomish, Breloom, Plulse, Volbeat, Honchkrow, Cottonee, Whimsicott, Gothita, Gothorita, Gothitelle, Vullaby, Mandibuzz, Tornadus, Reshiram

Black City:

There are many NPCs available in Black City that you can engage to a Pokemon battle. A shop is also available where you can buy items that can’t be bought from other PokeMart.

Rotation Battles:
Black version focuses more on the rotation battles rather than Triple Battle.

Different Gym Leader for Opelucid:
Drayden will be the Gym Leader for Opelucid City instead of Iris (White version).

N Castle:
You’ll get to fight Zekrom in the N castle after defeating the Elite Four and capturing the legendary Pokemon

Content exclusive to Pokemon WHITE Version:

Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Paras, Parasect, Misdreavus, Poochyena, Mightyena, Minun, Ilumise, Mismagius, Petilil, Liligant, Solosis, Duosion, Reinclus, Rufflet, Thundurus, Zekrom

White Forest:
The White Forest has a variety of wild Pokemon that you can catch.

Triple Battle:
White version will be more focused on Triple battle rather than Rotation battle.

Different Gym Leader for Opelucid:
Instead of Drayen in Pokemon Black, Iris will be the gym leader in Opelucid City.

N Castle:

You’ll get to fight Reshiram in the N castle after defeating the Elite Four and capturing the legendary Pokemon.

Pokemon Black & White will launch in Europe on March 4, in Noth America March 6, and in Australia on March 10.

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