That equates to approximately 26,214 Blocks — comparable in size to other heavy hitters such as Bravely Default (26,498 Blocks) and Resident Evil: Revelations (25,795 Blocks). The storage requirement is for the Japanese version of each game; however, the West should see a very similar figure.
Nintendo recommends having at least an 8 GB SD (or microSD) card to accommodate the full version of the game and its demo. The Pokémon Sun & Moon Special Demo Version, which includes Ash-Greninja, arrives worldwide on October 18.
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More details about Game Freak’s latest Pokémon adventures will be announced next Friday at 6 a.m. PT/ 9 a.m. ET. Stay tuned to Nintendo News for more information.
Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon on Nintendo 3DS debut in North America and Japan on November 18. Both games arrive in Europe a few days later on November 23.