That massive Pokemon Sun and Moon information dump this week produced a second trailer, which we seemed to have missed.
This one shows the Alola region, some of the game’s characters, and plenty of Pokemon action.
It’s in Japanese, so if you aren’t familiar with the language, you can still enjoy all the posing and battles.
Earlier this week, new Pokemon, three new characters, the Poke Finder, Ultra Beasts, and how time contributes to the differences between Pokemon Sun and Moon were announced.
As far as the later bit is concerned, each game will be 12 hours apart and tied to the actual time in real life. Players will encounter different Pokemon depending on whether it is day or night, providing different Pokemon experiences depending on the game version.
Pokemon Sun and Moon will be released on 3DS November 18 in North America and November 23 in the UK.