Nintendo Reveals New Pokémon That Looks Like a Corgi With a Heart on Its Butt

Nintendo Reveals New Pokémon That Looks Like a Corgi With a Heart on Its Butt

June 11, 2019
Nintendo unveiled a brand new Pokémon at this year’s E3 for its upcoming game “Sword and Shield” and the new character has already got Pokémon fans buzzing on Twitter.
With an envious figure resembling a fluffy loaf of bread and an adorable heart-shaped butt, this “Corgi Pokémon” is already a fan favorite.
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The new electric-type corgi Pokémon goes by the name Yamper and although Nintendo has yet to release official, detailed information on this new addition, the good boy is said to have a mixture of electric, fairy, and dark moves, as well as the ability to collect the first failed throw of a Poké ball.
“Pokémon Sword and Shield” will be available on November 15, 2019 only on the Nintendo Switch.
      Jin Hyun

      Jin Hyun is a contributor at NextShark




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