Welcome to part 2! In part 1 we went over the new Pokémon and Alolan forms, but in this part we’ll be talking about some gameplay features and the recently revealed Team Skull!
TELLING US A LOT, WHILE NOT TELLING US ALL THAT MUCH
Look, Nintedo and E3 just don’t really go together. They’ve already given up on holding actual conferences like most of their competitors do and instead focus on their Nintendo Treehouse streams. The lack of spectacle, though, often makes them seems rather disappointing by comparison, whether that is justified or not.
Still, at least they started with the games we actually wanted to hear about. Zelda looks like it will be amazing and Pokémon Sun and Moon…Okay, yeah, they immediately dropped the ball again after Zelda. Above you’ll find a new trailer, released after the Tree house stream, and below we’re going into what we learned from both that and the stream.
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE OH MY GOD WHAT THE HELL IS THAT?!
While this game received very good scores from pretty much everyone, it was the sort of game we were not expecting to like. Therefore, we were pleasantly surprised when we quickly grew to love it. Yeah, we’re kinda late to the party with this review…In fact we missed the party entirely and now the cleaning staff is giving us weird looks because we’re dancing by ourselves and-Look, we’re doing this review anyway.
Of course, as we got further into the game we began to hate it, but then we began to love it again. Then some new quests unlocked and we began to hate it ag-Look, long story short, we’ve developed something of a love-hate relationship with the game.