According to Pokébeach, placeholder data for a Kyurem alternate form has been found in the coding for Black and White. I don't really know what to make of this, because Pokébeach has been known to post less credible news from time to time (remember Minotauros among others?), but if this is true... be honest, is anyone really surprised? We all knew from the moment we saw the subpar stats on this thing, as well as its "incomplete", asymetrical design, that it would get the Giratina treatment, so it's barely a shocker.
While it's astounding that such a story would only come now, almost a year and a half after the games' Japanese release, the thing that puts this news story over the top is the alleged fact that Rotom, Giratina and Shaymin had similar placeholder data in Diamond and Pearl. And this is why I find myself having trouble believing this whole story - these games are over five years old, and we're only now figuring this out?
So, what's your take on this? Is this the real deal, or an elaborate ploy to give Pokébeach more hits? And why haven't we seen a single word about that on the other major sites? (Unbelievably, not even our buddy Giancarlo said a single word about it, usually he's all over that stuff.)
Also stay tuned for the expected Nobunaga and Keldeo news in the coming days. Man, that's a lot all at once...