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damaskrose
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Pokemon

Post by damaskrose » Mon Nov 06, 2017 12:03 am

Is anyone going to get the new Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon?
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Re: Pokemon

Post by Yl33 D4 N00b » Mon Nov 06, 2017 8:55 pm

Looks like a classic money grab by Nintendo; I personally "retired" from Pokemon after Gen4. Got tired of spending money for just an extra Pokemon or two, and gameplay wasn't as fun.
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Re: Pokemon

Post by damaskrose » Tue Nov 07, 2017 12:47 am

That's okay. I just prefer playing the sequels and remakes.
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Re: Pokemon

Post by DaRk_KnIgHt » Mon Jul 09, 2018 3:34 am

I haven't played a Pokemon since BW2.

I quite enjoyed Ultra Sun. The Totem Pokemon challenges put a twist on the usual gym leaders and I found those entertaining. I actually found them challenging at first.

The Island Kahunas though were kinda more of the usual.

After a certain point in the game though, it goes back to elemental effectiveness STAB one shotting everything.

While I appreciate their increased attempt at story telling, having your character sit/stand around glassy eyed through various cutscenes while everyone else overreacted did come off as a bit awkward.

I'm not really one for post game content so I'm kinda done after the E4. I probably should do a bit of the extra stuff to see what the whole Team Rainbow Rocket jazz is all about.

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