Is Pikachu the only Pokémon to have its cry changed to its name?

  • Is Pikachu the only Pokémon to have its cry changed to its name? Robotnik

    I've just caught a Pikachu in Santalune Forest, and I couldn't help noticing that it said its name, instead of the electric buzzing of other games.. However every other Pokémon that I have run into so far still uses their standard 'cry'.

    Has any other Pokémon been given a named cry? If so, what are they?

  • Only Pikachu.

    All other Pokemon have kept their cries.

  • Bidoof, too. Others got updates since their cries were a bit outdated.

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