In 2017, Capcom released Monster Hunter Stories, a game that many overlooked due simply to the fact it was tied to the dying Nintendo 3DS in the Switch Era. It had its flaws, mostly due to a seemingly random combat system that punished players for not knowing very specific patterns, as well as the Monster customization options essentially being locked away until the end game. Let’s not even mention the terrible 3DS resolution. Despite this, Monster Hunter Stories was modern Capcom‘s respectable first stab at the Pokemon clone genre.
Fortunately, the lower than expected sales of this first entry didn’t doom the spin-off to oblivion. Some fine tuning of the combat mechanics, a slightly more matured story, a more palatable art direction, and some HD graphics slapped on to boot, and Capcom would have a Pokemon clone capable of generating decent sales. But they didn’t stop there…
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The new Pokkén Tournament DX was revealed just a few hours ago, and Serebii was on the case, posting 35 new screenshots of the updated release. The images show off a lot of what the game has to offer: New fighters, new modes, and more. New playable Pokemon, such as Empoleon and Scizor. are the star of many of these pictures, as well as the the new 3v3 team match mode. Continue reading Pre-release Images for Pokkén Tournament DX Released
Announced in the Pokémon Direct today, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are two new mainline entries into the storied Pokémon franchise. Taking place in the Alolan islands from the previous entries, Pokémon Sun and Moon, the new versions follow an alternate story on the islands. Each will feature new Pokémon and add existing Pokémon to the island for players to discover. Continue reading Why Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are on 3DS
At the Pokémon Direct today, Nintendo and the Pokémon Company announced 3 new games for release in 2017 this year, breaking the internet in the process, but not in the way they wanted… Continue reading Pokémon Direct announces games, but not what you hoped.