Pokkén Tournament Deluxe and Pokémon Ultra Sun And Moon were revealed during a Pokémon Direct Tuesday, but only one of those games is coming to Nintendo Switch. Here’s everything we’ve learned about both of those games so far:

As its name implies, Pokkén Tournament Deluxe is a trumped-up version of the Wii U game from last year. It includes the game’s original 16 fighters plus five new additions: Darkrai, Scizor, Empoleon, Croagunk and Sun And Moon’s Decidueye. It also offers new battle modes, including a 3vs3 option, ranked matches, friendly matches and grouped matches. More of the game in action will be shown off during the Nintendo Treehouse Live stream at E3.

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As it is, the first Pokémon game on Nintendo Switch, Pokkén Tournament Deluxe will take advantage of the hardware’s unique features including Joy-Con sharing, TV mode and handheld mode as well. This is essentially a port of the Wii U game that’s available to play anytime, anywhere. It will release Sept. 22.

Second to that was the reveal of Pokémon Ultra Sun And Moon. Not much was said about the updated adventure, but it will feature a new story set in the Alola region as well as new features and Pokémon that weren’t available in last year’s iteration of the games. Contrary to popular rumors, the title will only be available on the 3DS family of systems and not Nintendo Switch. It’s planned for release Nov. 17.

To tie the presentation together, we also learned Pokémon Gold And Silver will be releasing for the 3DS Virtual Console on Sept. 22. Just like the recent Pokémon Red And Blue releases, this one will recapture the essence of the original games with the added benefit of full PokéBank support.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun And Moon might be the most surprising part of today’s Direct given the popular rumor about a third-pillar Pokémon Sun And Moon title presumably titled Pokémon Stars. Publications like Eurogamer alleged the title would essentially be an HD port of Sun And Moon on Switch. While it’s possible that development might still come to fruition, it’s become a lot less likely given that it would require the release of a fourth game for a single Pokémon generation. That’s not typically the way things go. For what it’s worth, we supposed that Pokémon Stars might release on 3DS not too long ago. That was ultimately accurate.

If Pokémon Stars does still exist for Nintendo Switch, we could see it being handled in one of two ways: Either Ultra Sun And Moon will be announced for Switch during E3 or a separate Switch game could release next fall. Maybe the title simply isn’t ready for release at this time.

To reiterate, Pokkén Tournament Deluxe comes to Nintendo Switch on Sept. 22 alongside Pokémon Gold And Silver on 3DS. Pokémon Ultra Sun And Moon are set to release exclusively on 3DS on Nov. 17.

What did you think of today’s Pokémon Direct? Are you disappointed that Ultra Sun And Moon aren’t coming to Switch? Tell us in the comments section!