Pokemon is a near never ending franchise these days. There are Pokemon fighting games, puzzle games, and tactics games, but there’s one Pokemon license that holds a special place in my heart; the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series. Continue reading “Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon Review”
The latest Nintendo Direct just keeps on giving, with Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow being ported to the 3DS virtual console.
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Nintendo has announced that there would be a new Pokemon Mystery Dungeon game, Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon. The popular Pokemon spin-off series has sold over 13 million copies, with 9 games across 4 platforms. Continue reading “New Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Game Announced”
The Pokemon fighting game that is being developed by Namco Bandai has recenly shown some new details about the game. Three new Pokemon have been shown: Pikachu, Gardevoir, and Suicune, alongside the already revealed Machamp and Lucario. Continue reading “Pokken Tournament Video Shows Three New Fighters”
The Pokémon franchise is one of the top five selling video game series of all time. I’ve been a part of more than a few of those sales, buying every main line Pokémon game, including the latest generation of games, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. I love this series, but as I’ve grown older I’ve begun to see their flaws. Most Pokémon games are a mixed of bag of absolutely amazing things and some things that are pretty poor, but I’ve found it to be a franchise that is always growing and improving on itself. A lot of detail goes into these games and I love and respect the work that goes into them. That being said, I’ve loved plenty more than others, Pokémon X and Pokémon Y being my least loved. As I explain my stance on the game, there will be spoilers for Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, as well as minor spoilers for the other games in the franchise, so if you haven’t played these games and wish to not have your experience spoiled, please turn back now. Continue reading “Pokemon X and Pokemon Y: Critique”