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A new light shines on the Alola region! Take on the role of a Pokemon Trainer and encounter Pokemon, uncover new tales, and unravel the mystery behind the two forms reminiscent of the Legendary Pokemon. These new titles power up the Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon content with new story additions and features, earning them the name “Ultra!” Another adventure is about to begin!

Customer Reviews

It’s not all new, but it’s not "exactly the same" by any stretch of the definition either.

 on November 20, 2017
By LDC
I am kind of perplexed by all the one star reviews complaining it’s the same game. The Ultra Sun/Moon games are essentially remakes/remasters with all new content and drastic storyline changes to the originals, and have always been marketed as such. It’s not intended to be a completely different game as, say, from Red/Blue to Gold/Silver. It’s better to think of these as alternative versions to the original games because that’s exactly what they are. Expectations should be adjusted accordingly.

pretty good

 on January 8, 2018
By Nadia
It was a good game. I played Moon when it first came out, I figured might as well get Ulta Moon too. I feel like this is everything Game Freak/Nintendo wanted to do with the original Sun and Moon games, but they just ran out of time. Overall the story is pretty similar to the original Moon with the exception of adding in the Ultra Recon Squad or whatever it was called. Anyways, they revamped some tracks and enhanced some graphics which made the game feel a lot more polished. Uh basically if you wanna buy this I’d recommend it. Its a pretty fun game. They’ve also upped some of the difficulty thankfully, so there’s a lot more challenge compared to Moon (to me at least, but maybe not to everyone.) I’ve been playing Pokemon games for like 14 years and this one’s in my top 5 for now.

Changes really aren’t significant

 on November 28, 2017
By 2Bielmeiers
I’m about 30 hours into the game and from what I can tell, it hasn’t changed a ton. I pre-ordered Pokemon Sun and completed the pokedex with hundreds of hours of gameplay, so I know what I’m getting myself into. The new pokemon changes really aren’t significant enough to explore and catch more as they really aren’t more powerful. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll play this game until I can’t anymore, but it really hasn’t struck with me enough to fall in love. If you are an avid pokemon lover, I would purchase. If not, wait until the next version comes out on the Switch.

Did you buy the original? This one is worth it too.

 on February 23, 2018
By JazzyRai
Defintely something you can spend days playing. In a world that is gearing more torwards internet games, for a Mom with a newborn it’s nice to have something I can pick up and put down as I need to. I’ve loved the Pokemon games since the Red Version. I bought the regular Moon Version when it first came out and didn’t think I would buy this version. I caved when I learned it would be the last Pokemon game on Nintendo’s handheld devices. It’s definetely worth it. It’s different enough and has enough extras packed in to make it a different yet fun experiences.

The last, but not the least

 on December 13, 2017
By Enter
Great pokemon game, it may be the last but nintendo surely has gave it all in all by pumping as much as they could possibly get out of the 3ds! All the villians return for the grand finale. It’s amazing. Love it.

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