Pokémon Sun and Moon make terrific changes the twenty-year-old formula, allowing new fans and returning ones back into the series with a wonderful lively and colourful world. It's just a little too easy for us who have been here from the start - but it's easy to forgot that when you're having such a blast.
With the franchise celebrating its twentieth anniversary, Game Freak has delivered an adventure that pays homage to the very first quest through the Kanto region while still delivering something fun and exciting. Be you an adult or child, Pokémon Sun & Moon is still the ultimate RPG; the surface adventure is wonderful and engaging, but beneath the surface is still a wildly complex body of systems that allow the game to expand and support deep strategic play.
This is spectacular from a graphical standpoint. It has an interesting story. The gameplay has no limits: the end-game is superb. This is the best Pokémon ever? No, but it's the Pokémon game best balanced for both experts and new gamers. A game created for not frustate anybody. A game created to celebrate 20 years of a paradox: change everything and don't change anything.
Given sufficient time, Sun and Moon has the power to ensnare just as profoundly as many of the previous games in the franchise. And with its valuable combination of depth and accessibility (imbued with modern conveniences such as the integrated type chart hints), the game feels equal parts conservative and progressive—and is thus quite likely to please both traditionalists and newcomers.
A much more upbeat entry chock full of streamlining that lets its new ideas really shine, Pokemon Sun and Moon are the most friendly and modern-feeling games the series has put forth in a long time. Though it shifts away from the exploratory aspects I've loved in past games to focus more on a main quest, S&M have some of the most memorable parts I've seen in the series in a while. It feels like Game Freak finally took cruise control off and are willing to try something new, and I just hope they expand on some of the more offbeat ideas in the future.
All-in-all, fans of battling, wonder-trading, and scratching their Pokémon behind the ear will still find things to love in the game, and for many, the changes in Sun and Moon are a refreshing reinvention of a classic formula. It may be initially jarring to veterans, but it is an attractive option for those who have been away from the series for a time to return.
Pokémon Moon will take its player to the flourishing Alola region, where upbeat, exotic tunes beautifully clash with more boisterous, violent electronic pieces, just as the game's tropical, traditional tribal setting clashes with the futuristic, sci-fi elements of its plot. Speaking of narrative, unlike XY, Pokémon Moon actually offers one of the best storylines in the series, more intimate than usual as it focuses on the struggles of a troubled family and the more marginalized members of society, with simple but endearing, well crafted character development. Sadly, this focus on the story frequently comes at the expense of exploration, halted and steered by narrative developments annoyingly often. Generally speaking exploration is one of the game's worst aspects, because as much as the locations are gorgeous and full of charm, the Level Design is for the most part dull and linear with laughably easy puzzles. In gameplay, Pokémon Moon introduces a new battle gimmick, Z Moves. These are mechanically way more significant than Megavolutions as they aren't exclusive of only some creatures, but they're just as frivolous and inconsequential since they provide very little change to the fun but extremely repetitive core battle gameplay. Fortunately, even if the challenge is generally tame, it can be surprisingly demanding with certain bosses, requiring great flexibility and strategy. On top of this, the Pokémon petting and customization features from XY make a return, greatly enhancing immersion.
probablemente el mejor juego de pokemon en 3d pero no deja de ser malo primero aunque la dificultad no es tan estúpidamente fácil como la octava o sexta generación sigue siendo muy fácil la historia es decente ya que el prota parece un puto espectador y ... porque mierda sacaron las megaevoluciones y el megavuelo eran unas ideas muy buenas y pudieron mejorarlas aunque tengo que admitir que las formas alolas son muy buenas mas no obstante lo peor del juego son las putas rutas son muy LINEALES las mas lineales sin contar a la horrible octava generación
SummaryUsing Pokemon Bank, you'll be able to transfer Pokemon you've caught in the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console versions of Pokemon Red, Pokemon Blue, and Pokemon Yellow into your copy of Pokemon Sun or Pokemon Moon. Pokemon from Pokemon Omega Ruby, Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, Pokemon X, and Pokemon Y can also be brought into Pokemon Sun and Pokemo...