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.
This Pokémon spinoff is not one to miss — Detective Pikachu is one of the 3DS’s best Pokémon games, with its compelling story and characters. Read our spoiler-free review for the lowdown.
Whether you’ve played Sun and Moon or not, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon have something to offer for fans and newcomers alike.
Does the deluxe version pack a punch, or are improvements from the Wii U title lacking? Check out our full review to find out – videos included!
For both new and experienced players, Pokémon Sun and Moon introduce many significant, most welcome changes to the gameplay and the formula. Check out Daily’s extensive review on what’s new.