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  1. #21
    https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2...y-basic-reboot

    Preview of the game, for me it paints it as another 2018 NS One to Skip

  2. #22
    Same. They make it sound like it builds on Pokemon Go rather than the full games and I have no interest in Go.

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Dogg Thang View Post
    Same. They make it sound like it builds on Pokemon Go rather than the full games and I have no interest in Go.
    Sigh, moves along shaking head.

  4. #24
    I was initially interested but have to say I probably won't pick this up now.

  5. #25
    I’m looking forward to it and have both copies and
    the pokeball on pre-order . Still playing go so I’m fine with this until the proper game next year

  6. #26
    Spoke to the boy earlier and he’s not impressed, these aren’t proper Pokémon games as far as he’s concerned. And that’s coming from a 13 year old who’s their target market. Saved me from buying a Switch though...

  7. #27
    I'm extremely into this, as a 27 year old adult that has been playing Pokémon for 19 years. Might be a bit of bias in there.

    This genuinely looks better than their GameCube 3D Pokémon efforts and because it's set in Kanto it's a cheap nostalgia hit too. Day one for me.

  8. #28
    Ita a freet to play title that will cost a hundred quid. A bit of a theme in gaming now.

  9. #29
    Not sure how your seeing this as a free to play game, it has exploration and battles like a traditional pokemon game, The random encounters where you had to battle pokemon is the only thing missing and it has been replaced with the throw to capture mechanic, its not a simple google map walk about collectors book like poke Go as their is lots of traditional Pokemon stuff here. my 8 year old and 10 year old are currently arguing over which version we should buy Eviee or pikachu

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by _SD_ View Post
    Spoke to the boy earlier and he’s not impressed, these aren’t proper Pokémon games as far as he’s concerned. And that’s coming from a 13 year old who’s their target market. Saved me from buying a Switch though...
    I honestly think Pokemon's target market is the people who were in the target market in ~1999. Anything else is a bonus.

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