The fact that I didn’t see this coming is a surprise. Continue reading “Pokémon DLC in Perspective: The Rough Release of Sword and Shield”
At the time of writing this review I have only played part of Pokémon Sun and maybe a month of Pokémon GO. The Legend of Zelda took most of my time as a kid so I missed the Pokémon franchise. That being said, if I describe aspects of the game and it is old news to you – please take the previous statements into consideration. I stopped playing Pokémon GO a while ago, and therefore deleted the game from phone. I will not be going over the integration from Pokémon GO to Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Continue reading “Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review — A New Twist”
A new item has been datamined from Pokemon Go’s latest update by Chrales. The Team Medallion has not been officially announced by Niantic, but according to the description, it is an item that will allow the player to change teams.
Ah, Pokemon Go. The only mobile game that has ever successfully captured my attention for more than a few months. Perhaps it’s merely the nostalgia, remembering times when I was a child playing Pokemon Red and Silver. I was a Pokemon fanatic as a child: I collected the cards, bought the books, and occasionally with the blessing of my mother my brother and I would pick an episode that we had missed to rent from Blockbuster. I still cry when I watch Pokemon: The First Movie. Yeah, you could call me a fan. Continue reading “Where Pokémon Go has been and where it’s going”