Emotional Japanese Pokemon Sun And Pokemon Moon Commercial Takes Place In Hawaii

Posted: May 12 2016, 2:28am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Emotional Japanese Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon Commercial Takes Place in Hawaii

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The Pokemon company released a tear jerking commercial for Japanese Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon in Japan. Watch below.

The Pokemon Company announced that the Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon release is on November 18. The marketing efforts have already kicked off in Japan with a 2:30 minute long emotional commercial.

The Pokemon commercial tells the story of a Japanese boy immigrating to Hawaii. He does not speak yet English and feels alone. Until he finds out that the kids at school play Pokemon just like him.

Pokemon Moon and Pokemon Sun support nine languages and the chat function is automatically translating into the trainers native language. Now the Japanese boy can connect with the other kids via Pokemon. If just all world problems could be solved with Pokemon. Watch the Pokemon commercial below and get your tissues ready. I could imagine that this commercial will be released in the United States. It works for westerners as well.

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