The other video releases shows off the new Clangorous Soulblaze Z-Move for the Pokemon Kommo-o. Z-Moves, being the super-strong attacks that they are, can be game-changing as it is, and their single-use limit has been an effective means of balancing the game so far.
The new pair of Pokemon games are an "alternate" version of last year's Pokemon Sun and Moon games, with new storylines and features. Once evolved, Dusk Mane Necrozma earns the Z-Move Searing Sunraze Smash, which has the creature warping its enemy through a wormhole before tumbling down a blazing column of light.
The story in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon centers around the Legendary Pokemon Solgaleo and Lunala. Both moves cause an opponent to be sucked into Ultra Space, where they are then hit by Solgaleo or Lunala's signature move. A new standard move for all forms is Photon Geyser, which deals damage based on the higher of Necrozma's Attack or Special Attack stats.
The Rotom Dex will also have a happiness tracker in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, with ingame powerups (not valid in competitive play) being made available. A list of other abilities include a temporary XP boost, the ability to purchase items at a discount, a boost in prize money, and the ability to boost a player's friendship with their Pokemon. Nintendo has already outlined a lot of the new things coming in both of these titles, but the latest trailer introduces the enhanced Rotom Pokedex and powerful new Z-moves for the evolved forms of the Pokemon, Necrozma.
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon will release exclusively for Nintendo 3DS worldwide on November 17th.