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Pokemon Moon
01-03-17 03:05 PM
A Review of Pokémon's Seventh Generation
   Pokémon has finally undergone its long-awaited overhaul. For the first time in several years, "noticeable" is far too modest an account for the direction the franchise has taken with the launch of its latest generation. Pokémon X and Pokémon Y may have introduced fans to a graphically-novel perspective of the Pokémon world, but the change that this generation has manifested pales in comparison to that of its successor; Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are fresh and innovative in more ways than one, incisively correcting the franchise's shortcomings and terminating its repetitive structure once and for all. At last Pokémon has found a way to put a clever spin on its construct, resulting in the delightful pair of games that has captivated fans both old and new.

Graphics: 9/10
   Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are set in Alola, an environmentally-varied region which I find rather pretty to look at. Its landscapes and characters are colorful and sufficiently-detailed, especially when compared with those of its predecessors. The islands of Alola boast scenery ranging from beaches and deserts to forests and snow-capped mountains, ensuring that there is no shortage of variety in the settings they have to offer. In addition to the region's natural beauty, the myriad of structures built within it are both plentiful and divergent, including old wooden buildings and high-tech establishments bearing platforms designated for teleportation. The introduction of Z-moves has both revitalized and added further visual appeal to the battle scene; however, some of these animations (in addition to battles comprising more than two Pokémon) are conducive to lagging in older Nintendo 3DS systems. Finally, the characters' motions and facial expressions are more vivid thanks to the increasingly realistic proportions of their overworld models, and this more than subtly contributes to making them feel mor... Read the rest of this Review

NintendoFanDrew's Game History
Pokemon Emerald (gba),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Legend of Zelda, The - Ocarina of Time (n64),   Legend of Zelda, The - Ocarina of Time (n64),   Legend of Zelda, The - Ocarina of Time (n64),   Legend of Zelda, The - Ocarina of Time (n64),   Legend of Zelda, The - Ocarina of Time (n64),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Pokemon Liquid Crystal (beta 3.3) (gba),   Pokemon Liquid Crystal (beta 3.3) (gba),   Pokemon Liquid Crystal (beta 3.3) (gba),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Super Punch-Out!! (snes),   Pokemon Ultra Violet (gba),   Legend of Zelda, The - Ocarina of Time (n64),   Legend of Zelda, The - Ocarina of Time (n64),   Legend of Zelda, The - Majora's Mask (n64),   Super Mario World (snes),   Rickroll (gen),   Sonic 3D Blast 5 (nes),   Sonic 3D Blast 5 (nes),   Sonic 3D Blast 5 (nes),   Sonic 2 Dimps Edition (gen),   Sonic 2 XL (gen),   Sonic 2 XL (gen),   Dark Sound the Hedgehog (Sonic 1 hack) (gen),   Dark Sound the Hedgehog (Sonic 1 hack) (gen),   Dragon Ball Z - Supersonic Warriors (gba),   Dragon Ball Z - Supersonic Warriors (gba),   Super Mario 64 (n64),   Super Mario 64 (n64),   Super Mario 64 (n64),   Super Mario 64 (n64),   Dragon Ball Z - Supersonic Warriors (gba),   Super Mario Bros 2 (nes),   Super Mario Bros 2 (nes),   Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (gen),   Charmy Bee in Sonic the Hedgehog (gen),   Charmy Bee in Sonic the Hedgehog (gen),   Super Mario Bros 3 (nes),   Super Mario Bros (nes),   Super Mario Bros (nes),  
 
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