I enjoyed Pokemon Sun and Moon. It had some unique twists to the same old story, and the graphics were just super. There’s a new, super version coming out soon, but I think I’ll pass…or maybe I’ll buy it! I haven’t decided yet! Either way, here’s an Honest Trailer!
Good times. I think fun was had by all.
The Internet is an amazing place filled with amazing people. Today, I bring you one of the neatest things ever: a fully-animated cartoon where Batman and Superman are Pokemon trainers. This is wild, people.
We have the Cartoon Hooligans to thank for this one. I bet they make a lot of cartoons. You should go check them out to prove me right! For now, good job, animators!
The new Elite Four stands defeated. The Ultra Beasts are in my grasp. Even Necrozma is mine to command. I have defeated Pokemon Moon — almost, there are still a few random battles to fight and meadows to explore. But still, I’ve logged upwards of 50 hours into Pokemon Moon and had a blast! This was a great game and a ton of fun, and now it’s time for a recap.
Video Game Rating: 8/10 – Very Good.
I loved the new Pokemon. I loved the new story. I had a blast designing my character and adventuring across the wilderness with her. Like every Pokemon game for a good, long while now, I played a girl named Whistler, to honor my fan fiction character from high school. And Pokemon Moon was so good, I’m considering starting a second play through, as long as I can figure out the best way to move some Pokemon from my current save file into a new one.
Anyway, join me after the jump for a semi-review and six thoughts on Pokemon Sun and Moon!
At long last, Pokemon Sun and Moon are in stores! I’ll be grabbing my copy after I drag myself through a day of work! To tide me over, here is the Honest Trailers treatment for the previous generation.
Have you henchies finalized your Pokemon plans yet? I definitely think I’ll be getting Pokemon Moon and playing with Litten.