Video Game Review: Pokemon Sun & Moon

 

A formulaic franchise on the cusp of a major breaking point, Pokemon Sun & Moon feels like not only another Pokemon game, but it feels like an evolution of the series. A natural change, an interesting progression from the time old tradition of beating a bunch of gyms then the Elite Four of the continent you’re in. But, just how good is Pokemon Sun & Moon and should you make sure to have a copy any time soon? As always, we’re here to check out the good and the bad of a title, so grab your Poke Balls, turn that trainer hat around and let’s go catching some Pokemon!

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Video Game Review: Witch & Hero

A bit of Sunday silliness this week as we check out a 3DS title, Witch & Hero. It’s not been well received in the past, but what do you think? Join Timlah for his thoughts.

It’s All Hallows Eve Eve today on Sunday, so it’s time to stop cackling as we review a small game on the Nintendo 3DS Store. During the sales, I paid a mere £1.99 for the title (or something to that effect, it was so low I barely considered that I paid for it). Nevertheless, this isn’t a game that has been well received, so I thought I’d have a stab at it and give the game a run for it’s very little money. This is a game very simple, so the review will be equally so. Nothing quite like a bit of light-reading on a Sunday.

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Video Game Review – Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6: Spirit of Justice

Religion and science doesn’t usually mix, but in this title, they could be the combination that literally kills you. In the latest iteration of the Phoenix Wright franchise, we’re back with a vengeance – and this time, defense attorneys are in as much trouble as their clients. Join Timlah as we read through the courtroom dramas of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney!

Religion and science doesn’t usually mix, but in this title, they could be the combination that literally kills you. In the latest iteration of the Phoenix Wright franchise, we’re back with a vengeance – and this time, defense attorneys are in as much trouble as their clients. From religious ministers hellbent on making sure you fail, to divination seances designed to make your clients look guilty, this might be Phoenix’s toughest trial yet.

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