See what the critics have to say about Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon!
“A wild Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon review appeared!”
Our tropical adventures into the Alola region have well and truly kicked off since the November 18th launch of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon for Nintendo 3DS, and reviews have been appearing all over Australia, New Zealand and the globe!
Witness the tropical atmosphere of the Alola region, as well as new features in the below trailer…
What do the reviews say about Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon?
Also from Do You Even Game, Bro?…
“While the engine is the same, the art direction is where Sun and Moon shines. Each island feels like an entirely new mini-region, with one of the four islands being craggy and dry, while another is very tropical and coastal.”
“The games feature an entirely new array of sounds and music, with some throwbacks to older scores.”
Also from Vooks…
“The twentieth anniversary of Pokémon has been something really special… Pokémon Sun and Moon is the culmination of this anniversary and thankfully it lives up to the hype and expectations, all while being a fitting tribute to the world of Pokémon.”
“The best presented Pokémon game ever.”
“From the start the game sweeps and pans around the beautiful Alola region and the world is alive, battles are more complex and visual with the trainers on the battlefield.”
Also from Press Start…
“Pokémon Sun and Moon have taken the Pokémon games above and beyond to a whole new level.”
“Game Freak has tweaked and altered things for the better, and have perhaps created the most immersive and interactive Pokémon game yet.”
“There aren't enough hours in the day to play.”
“The biggest Pokémon adventure to date.”
Also from Sticky Trigger…
“The absolutely mad new look for Exeggutor has achieved a kind of nirvana for Pokémon design.”
“The Alola region is Hawaii-inspired, a laid-back archipelago of beaches and volcanoes and good food. Aloha is a greeting in Hawaiian, and the way it chimes with Alola makes this perfect name for the relentlessly welcoming world of Pokémon.”
“Everyone in this game is keen for you to get out there and have a rich and rewarding life with no fear of the dangers you might face. If only life was more like Pokémon.”
Also from IGN…
“Like re-reading a favorite book in an unfamiliar place, Pokémon Sun and Moon combine a lot of my favorite things about Pokémon into an adventure that reminded me why I fell in love with this RPG series in the first place without simply repeating what came before.”
“From the smaller, quieter island you call home to another with a luxurious resort and a volcano, each of the four main islands has its own feel.”
“Alola and its inhabitants speak for themselves.”
Also from Stevivor…
“Sun and Moon feels like a genuine RPG rather than just a new Pokémon game with a host of relatable main characters and more interaction with other important people around the islands.”
“This is the 20th anniversary of Pokémon after all, and Pokémon Sun and Moon celebrates by boldly reinventing the wheel.”
“This will go down as a huge success with returning players and it’s easier than ever for newcomers to enjoy after the success of Pokémon Go.”
“A mix of the new and nostalgic.”
Have you ventured into the tropical wilderness of the Alola region yet?
Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon (sold separately, SRP AU $59.95 each) are out now for Nintendo 3DS!
Find out more at the official Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon gamesite, below…