Pokémon Moon – Nintendo 3DS

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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

391 people found this helpful.
 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:

Fun game

One person found this helpful.
 on December 29, 2017
By Deb Kastner
This is a fun game that my six year old grandson can mostly understand and play on his own, keeping in mind that he is somewhat of a gamer already. The only frustration was he accidentally picked his take-along Pokemon wrong and we couldn’t figure out how to deselect it and choose another. I couldn’t even find the info on Google. He wasn’t happy about that, but I think I’ve convinced him to just go ahead and keep playing the game anyway. The game itself is interesting. Most of the time the characters speak the words at the bottom, but I think it might help to have a stronger reader.

Possibly one of my favorite

 on December 3, 2016
By T. Hernandez
I have played every pokemon game at least in main series of these. This might be my favorite so far. Something about it was just great. They added more story than normal which at beginning was honestly a bit obnoxious because I wanted to fight people but in the end I enjoyed the game throughly and I am still playing to catch the cool new pokemon and train them up. Getting used to the totem battles over gyms was weird and kinda missed not having as many boss trainers but later on in game they actually give you quote a few tough opponents go against. Well tough as long as you didn’t like special train your pokemon IV and EV wise lol.

Unique to traditional pokemon games but still similar

2 people found this helpful.
 on July 1, 2017
By Amazon Customer
This is a great game for pokemon fans who are looking for a slightly different story line and non-traditional rpg main game. To put it simply this game uses maintains many of the mechanics and features of the main story games for pokemon but introduces a story line that doesn’t necessarily involve beating several gyms, defeating an evil organization, and beating the elite four, although two of those elements are still within the game (it still feels a more variant of typical pokemon games). Any main rpg style pokemon game is very easy to pick up and play without any prior knowledge.

Good game made easy for kids

6 people found this helpful.
 on March 8, 2017
By AznGoHho
The game is overall fun. Graphics looks quite nice on my New 3ds XL. It’s pretty easy to beat the game and level up Pokémon. I’m a 90s kids so I remember having to train your Pokémon for long hours before hitting the gym leaders. With this game you receive exp share for your whole party. Meaning that leveling up Pokemon has been made easy and you can just keep using one Pokémon to do all your battles while the other Pokémon “leech” the exp. The game can be beaten in 1 or 2 days. Although it will take you a while to evolve and catch all the Pokemon in the game. Overall, I don’t think it’ll take more than 1 week to beat the game and finish the pokedex.

Kinda boring.

One person found this helpful.
 on January 23, 2017
By BigAsh
Great game. And I love me some story! But… this one relys too heavily on it… and doesn’t do a good job at telling it… I couldn’t play this game for more than an hour without falling asleep.

Too much of a good thing

One person found this helpful.
 on August 18, 2017
By Zo76
I know nothing about Pokemon or how this game plays. I just know that my 7-year old daughter enjoys this game too much. It’s become a problem and we have to limit her DS time, where before she would naturally get bored with what she was playing and pursue other activities. So based ont hat, pretty sure she would give it 5-stars.

Was good to return to pokemon after several years

 on July 11, 2017
By M. T.
Was good to return to pokemon after several years. Post game stuff was kind of weak. There were a ton of quality of life improvements though.

New game

 on November 24, 2016
By Howard Aguilar
This Pokémon game really feels like a next step, it’s crammed with so many features, it’d overwhelmingly exciting, nothing feels difficult to get into. If you’re looking for a challenging game, I’ve never felt any Pokemon game is challenging, and the same applies here. I would have given it 5 stars if they had further simplified how to get competitive Pokémon, they did introduce new mechanics to make IVs better, but you still have to farm natures, and spend time making different sets of the same Pokémon for the competitive scene, if you just want to have fun it’s an amazing game. If you’re looking to get into its competitive side, just keep in mind you still have to spend a lot of time breeding, grinding EVs, getting the right nature, the right moves, and hidden abilities. I’ll go ahead and update my review if I happen to find its much easier to go competitive.