Links-Home–Reviews–Articles–Library–Contact Thanks to my recently playing Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee, I am starting to wonder what the future of Pokemon might look like. While it is known that Game Freak is working on a new Pokemon game that is supposedly in line with their main series of games (presumably to be released in 2019, date […]Read More What Might Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee Mean for Pokemon?
Links-Home–Reviews–Articles–Library–Contact Ok, it is time to review Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee. Prior to these games’ release, there was a negative reaction from some of the fan base to certain features that were announced ahead of time. While I was fairly skeptical myself, I was prepared to be cautiously optimistic, as these […]Read More Review: Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee (Switch)
Links-Home–Reviews–Articles–Library–Contact Today I have a recap of my day 6 of the 10 day video game challenge on Facebook. As a quick reminder, the games listed here aren’t a top 10, but are the most influential games in my life as a gamer. Today’s game is Pokemon Blue Version. Thanks to this game, I have, […]Read More Day 6: The 10 Day Video Game Challenge on Facebook
Links-Home–Reviews–Articles–Library–Contact This past weekend, (starting on Friday, 11/16/2018) was Pokemon’s first International Championship of the 2019 season, the Latin America International Championship, in São Paulo, Brazil. This tournament featured the Sun Series rule set. For those who don’t know, the 2019 season is split into three different rule sets, which change as the season progresses. […]Read More Pokemon VGC 2019 Latin America International Championship
Links-Home–Reviews–Articles–Library–Contact Today, I will be covering a fairly unique game: Drill Dozer for the Game Boy Advance. This 2-D platformer by the creators of Pokemon, Game Freak, was also the only Game Boy Advance game that featured rumble (it was built into the cartridge). This game focuses on the character Jill, who pilots a machine […]Read More Retro Review: Drill Dozer (GBA)
Links-Home–Reviews–Articles–Library–Contact Every now and then, Pokemon decides to create more of their titular characters. As a result, they create a new game for these creatures to be captured. While there are two upcoming games in the series to look forward to on the Nintendo Switch, (Let’s go Pikachu and Let’s go Eevee, plus an untitled […]Read More Review: Pokemon Sun and Moon Versions (3DS)
Links-Home–Reviews–Articles–Library–Contact This past weekend, from Friday August 24, through Sunday August 26, was the 2018 Pokemon world championships. They took place in Nashville, Tennessee, and featured a total prize pool of $500,000 split between 3 different games and 3 different age divisions per game (with only 2 age divisions for Pokken tournament). Pokemon Ultra Sun […]Read More The 2018 Pokemon World VGC Championship