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Pokemon Moon

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Pokemon Moon

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In Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, players will be able to choose between the newly discovered Grass and Flying-type Pokémon Rowlet, Fire-type Litten, and Water-type Popplio.

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Following in the tradition of previous games in the Pokémon series, players choose one of three special Pokémon to be their first partner. These are among the first Pokémon players will encounter in the game.

In Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, players will be able to choose between the newly discovered Grass and Flying-type Pokémon Rowlet, Fire-type Litten, and Water-type Popplio.

Please note: This is a digital download of the full Pokemon Moon game.


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Wednesday, November 23, 2016
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100
Great game with small missteps

It's unbelievable that Pokemon after 20 years is still going strong! Pretty good graphics, nice soundtrack and interestingly looking pokemon! Which is a nice change after disappointing Black/White, which at times felt bankrupt in imagination department. The biggest change for the series is lack of gyms, instead there are trials that are either fetch quests, trivia or classic battle. It's actually not that bad, since gyms itself were getting little tiresome lately. While trying gimmicks in Black/White was kinda refreshing, it didn't bring much or change anything. The biggest thing that kinda sucks about Moon is inverted time. What that means is if you play from 6 am to 6pm in real time, you have night in the game, and from 6pm to 6am you have day, which kinda sucks, considering some people have work, life and all that stuff, so sitting to, say, 1am to catch pokemon that is exclusively at in-game day time is not a good idea. Other than that, it's really good and nice extension of XY. Maybe end game is cut short, but still you will get easly 40 hours out of it, but since it's pokemon, you "wanna catch'em all", so there is a chance it will be much longer. If you're on the fence about this game, don't be, it's really worth it. If you never played pokemon, but have 3DS, this game along with other pokemon games is a must.

88
Welcome Back Pokemon

This game starts a bit slow but it is worth every second. The cut scene are enjoyable and the characters have tons of charm. Gamefreak got creative this time and did away with the gym system which was surprisingly great. This game was a breath of fresh air and proof that pokemon games can be different and expiremental without being bad. I do not think I would want to see another game following this exact same formula but I am excited to see what gamefreak and the pokemon company will bring to the table next.

92
A shadowy Challenger apporaches

The new generation of Pokemon is much of the same but with a few new exciting features, the Z power system is a nice touch too and beats the Mega evolution mechanic, the Lowland Pokemon is something I am not overly sold on but I do enjoy having an Ice type Vulpix in my team crashing the Dragon types. there are little hub world mini games like the festival Plaza and Poke-pelago I don't feel these add too much from the game but it's a nice idea and the game isn't any less for having them. This title has a more of a light hearted story than X / Y and really starts to feel like an old school JRPG, this teamed up with "Trials" which replaces gym battles really helps the fights are against stronger version of Pokemon and feel like proper boss fights. the only real draw back of the title is it's frame rate dropping if you are on a newer 3DS you will drop frames in double battles and when Z power is used, on an older 3DS well you will never have a solid frame rate... this isn't amazingly deal breaking seems battle is turn based but it is VERY noticeable.

100
Gotta catch them all!

Wow. Seven generations of Pokemon. And its still a great experience. A lot of unknown and known pokemon with new forms, this games makes a lot right. My favourite Change, you dont need to teach any pokemon some annoying HMs. For that you now have an Item.

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