It’s not all bad with Pokémon Sword and Shield, with some nice areas and aspects – but ultimately, graphics is not a strong point of Galar.
If battles make up the main part of the Pokémon games, how can they be made to look better? Pokémon Sword and Shield fall short – we discuss how, and compare to other Pokémon titles.
We give our in-depth review of the Pokémon Sword and Shield soundtrack! Is it a delight for the ears, or are there some hiccups in Galar’s playlist?
In the spirit of friendship and camaraderie, this review of the shiny new Sun and Moon: Unbroken Bonds TCG set will discuss Tag Teams, pretty full arts, and the proper way to play Rock/Paper/Scissors.
EnglishALT gives his thoughts on Detective Pikachu’s silver screen debut!
In this review of the Team Up TCG set, ddrox teaches you which cards are cute rather than how to deal with the gigantic Tag Teams the set throws at us.
New Pokémon games are a great, yet different experience for all but the advanced battler. Both the games and the Poké Ball Plus are great complements to GO, too. Check out our extensive review on what’s different in Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee!
A review of Lost Thunder, in which two Johto starters are represented, at least two rock songs are referenced, “you may choose to win the game”, and the author raves about cute things for 3 pages of text.
A review of Dragon Majesty, in which there are Dragon-types, ddrox13’s favorite character gets her first card, and the author rants about cute things.
A review of Sun and Moon: Celestial Storm, in which the normal cards look really pretty but the GXes are kind of just okay.