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Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon will launch in the US November 18th, 2016 exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Embark on a new adventure as a Pokemon Trainer and catch, battle, and trade all-new Pokemon on the tropical islands of a new Region and become a Pokemon Champion!

Customer Reviews

Massive Change to the Pokemon Formula

 on November 18, 2016
By Vincent
Huge changes to the pokemon formula since Pokemon X & Y, no longer as it’s strictly battle and collecting focused (although still present) as they added variety of mechanics to switch things up a bit and to bring more variety in gameplay. Changes include:

Pretty Okay Game

 on June 2, 2017
By Pristine
Pokemon Sun was okay. Although I started playing in December I beat the pokemon league in May because there wasn’t THAT much motivation to get back to it…and I still have yet to collect the legendaries and defeat Red and the gang and that sort of thing.

Pokemon At It’s Best!

 on April 27, 2017
By Emily Ott
POKEMON!!!!! Who doesn’t love it? This game is great! It’s super addicting. My husband and I bought each other the opposite games and both games were phenomenal. I would recommend buying one and using the online trade feature to get the game specific pokemon. The only reason I would buy both would be to get both legendaries because that can be a little more difficult. The Sun game functions in time with your 2ds/3ds clock. The Moon will be night time in the game when it is daytime according to your 2ds/3ds clock. The animation is so much more entertaining than previous games. You get a new main plot behind that game full of classic battles and other fun challenges. You can really customize your character. I don’t want to say too much and spoil it. If you love pokemon you will love this game!

Worthy of Carrying on the Pokemon Brand

 on September 11, 2017
By Alex K.
As an original Pokemon player, I’ve grown and experienced it all. And while it’ll be easy to simply say Sun and Moon have completely departed from the series and created something revolutionary and new like Nintendo has tried to market this generation as, that simply is not the case. Yes things feel fresh up to a point; there are no gyms, no established Elite Four, and a few other minor differences, but at the core of it you still are going from city to city challenging trainers to battles. This is what Pokemon is at it’s core. You can call it Island Challenges if you want, but they are still Gym battles. The biggest inclusion are the Z Moves which function as a last ditch super power up move. We see this in many games, but not yet in Pokemon, at least not until this year.

Seems shorter than previous games…

 on May 2, 2017
By Culbrelai
Overall it’s a pretty good game, though the story seems a bit short compared to others. The Generation V games seem to be the longest in the series in terms of time to complete, Black 1 & 2 and White 1 & 2, and in terms of scope and size of the map as well, although Generation IV Heartgold and SoulSilver probably come very close.

Overall a great game, if you like Pokemon just get it and try to look past team lame

 on December 26, 2016
By Nathan Murby
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By far the best Pokemon Game since the originals

 on December 11, 2016
By Lizzie
By far the best Pokemon Game since the originals. I own two 3ds’ and since I bought both sun and moon I run them on both. The graphics cause the original 3ds to lag some, however they’re still amazing graphics and great games! I also really love the new regional variants they introduced here. I haven’t beat the games just yet, because I’ve also been working but I look forward to playing the end game as well, after having heard good things about it as well!

the best game in generations

 on June 25, 2017
By Leilani
late to the program here, but i haven’t had time to play it i didn’t buy it. i absolutely love this game, and it has possibly beaten pokemon gold&silver as my favorite pokemon game. i love alola, the alolan forms, the trial setup, and especially the fact that pokemon are finally integrated into daily life: your mom has a meowth, and there are pokemon npcs everywhere, from snubull to mimikyu. and you can hear pokemon cries mixed in with the soundtrack, which itself is amazing.

Fun!

 on March 11, 2017
By Kristen
Although I’ve been a Pokemon fan for a long time this is my first time playing a handheld version of it. I haven’t before because I didn’t like the chibi graphics it has had in the past. I will defiantly play future versions if they continue to be of this quality or better!

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