The first two hours of this game was fun, but in the end, the duplication of gameplay still makes me feel boring. Finishing this game needs too much luck instead of techniques, what's more, the silly AI always stops you from passing levels.
Pokémon Quest is a wonderful experience that is easily played in short bursts and feels properly at home on Nintendo Switch in particular as it makes great use of the tablet-like aspect of the system. Those interested in this cute cube-styled world should give Pokémon Quest a try as it’s truly a delightful treat for every type of Pokémon fan.
This is a really good game, especially for a free Pokemon game. It's really just a free game that you can play for a little during a break, or for a long time. But you pretty much need to use the touchscreen if you want to use attacks faster.
Pokémon Quest proves to be a pleasant piece of gaming that is best enjoyed while doing something else, like watching TV or during short trips on public transport, due to the short nature of the experience and limited amount of free play time offered by the base software.
Pokemon Quest can be a cute little distraction when taken in bite-sized pieces, but it’s best served with a lot of patience. It’s cute, and its systems are much deeper than they seem, but trying to build my perfect team definitely drove me a little crazy.
Pokémon Quest is, from top to bottom, a mobile game. I’m not sure why it released on Switch first, but it doesn’t feel at home on the platform at all. With an odd art style, intrusive mobile game trappings, and boring gameplay, it’s hard to recommend this watered down spin-off even to the most dedicated Pokémon fans.
I personally found Pokemon Quest to be a fun little time waster. The graphics and music are cute, and it controls well. However, it feels more like a mobile game that was hastily made to work on Switch as well. Actually, it IS a mobile game. I'd recommend the mobile version over the Switch version, since they both end up having repetitive gameplay, micro transactions, and wait times. Perfect for mobile! Pokemon Quest is free at its base, so I can't complain TOO much. You can download it to have as a fun backup game to play whenever. If you're a fan of actual Pokemon, though, get Pokemon Let's Go, or wait until next year's entry.
SummaryWelcome to Tumblecube Island, where Pokémon have turned into cubes?
Set off for adventure in the Pokémon Quest game. Venture out with your Pokémon buddies on expeditions across Tumblecube Island in search of loot in this free-to-start action-adventure. Modify your Pokémon buddies with discovered Power Stones to make your ultimate expedi...