TPCi need to calm down when hyping stuff up. Let's look at the amount of new Pokémon revealed per gen (since Gen IV) and the amount of new Pokémon in that gen Gen IV: 40/107 (estimate, going by memory, but It's more or less that) Gen V: 55/156 Gen VI: 42/72 Gen VII: 63/85 Notice the gen that did it right? It was Gen V, leaving 101 Pokémon more or less completely unknown (yes there were leaks and datamines etc, but in terms of official reveals, they only released just over a third of the total new Pokémon). Now based on the great failure that was the 3DS era (in my opinion), I'm expecting Game Freak to repeat their many many mistakes and give us a tiny amount of new Pokémon again. However, if they do that, they really shouldn't reveal more than 20-25 Pokémon during the pre-release cycle, because honestly when over 60 Pokémon were revealed for Sun/Moon (along with nearly all the Alolan forms) it made it look like there was a decent amount of new Pokémon, when in fact they'd revealed all but 17 of the Pokémon to be in Sun/Moon (the last 5 obviously being new in USUM). Take away that year's event Magearna and the following year's Marshadow, and that's all but 15 new in-game Pokémon. They may have been official reveals, but I call that a spoiler. They left almost no secrets. X&Y did a similar thing, but not as bad. Black and White? Personally I pretty much went into that game blind. Yes, I'd spent 6 months on the Japanese version and the Showdown simulator, but the fact is I discovered new Pokémon by playing the game in some way or another, and the storyline was for the most part a secret. So, please, TPCi, when early 2019 rolls around, just reveal a small handful of everything, instead of a constant stream of Pokémon, characters and features. Yes, people like to know everything, but if they want to know everything they should look for it themselves, It's honestly the worst marketing tactic, because then people play the game realising we already know basically everything.