In Smash Brothers Ultimate, Pokemon are not just rivals fighters, but something unknowable, untouchable and even god-like with their terrifying ability to weaponise the sun or literally turn a world on its head, regardless of one’s skill.
Is Monster Hunter World’s initial complexity and esoteric nature designed as a deliberate part of the game’s challenge, or unintended development choices? The answer is probably somewhere in the middle
Signalling a belated end to Squareblind’s Poke-November – you’ll have to forgive the somewhat non-snazzy title – site co-founders Josh and Neil rant about the series’ possible evolution and the […]
Wrapping up our poorly named Pokémon themed month: What’s next for everyone’s favorite pocket monsters? Elsewhere Firstly, lets set up a caveat for this gaze into my crystal pokeball: We’re […]
Pokemon Go hinted at a wild, feral existence living in our broadband, offering a form of solace and surprise in an increasingly digital world. Yet without the main game’s series narrative and adventure to forge relationships the series, the spin-off app and Nintendo appears to be falling short of the more emotive potential of the series.
Neil’s had his Mario Month… It’s time for Josh’s month of Pokémon to celebrate Ultra Sun and Moon on the 17th. We’ve got a month of Pokémon content coming up […]
Despite reports to the contrary, Nintendo must be flush with Pokemon Go cash has apparently gone and brought Japan. The handover during the Olympic ceremony is warning the world that […]