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Stephen Fry takes on narration in the latest trailer for Pokemon GO

A new trailer for Niantic’s Pokemon GO showcases a variety of third-generation creatures coming to the popular mobile title.

The brief yet tantalising clip is filled with CGI depictions of a number of Pokemon including Minun, Plusle, Mudkip and more.

It’s absolutely adorable, and watching the iconic animals pounce around real-world environments remains a sight to behold.

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Niantic has even managed to recruit beloved writer, comedian and actor Stephen Fry to lend his voice to the trailer’s narration.

It’s a bit unusual hearing his voice describe the habitual activities of Pokemon at first but it fits surprisingly well.

“This is the third wave of Pokémon to be released for Pokémon GO following the game’s hugely successful launch in 2016. Each selection of Pokémon initially appeared in different versions of main series Pokémon games; this latest release includes Pokémon from the games Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire.” Niantic said in a press release.

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