Pokemon Quest |OT| The Quest for Gen 8 continues


Oct 31, 2017


In Pokemon Quest, Pokemon will move on their own as they explore, automatically charging enemies. Players control their party Pokemon by tapping the Switch screen to make them perform their move.

“Players will be able to personalize their Pokemon and develop a strong bond with their Pokemon friends while battling their way through the adventure,” said Shigeru Ohmori, director at Game Freak.

One way to personalize Pokemon in Pokemon Quest is by using “Power Stones” that give Pokemon unique stats.

When not battling and searching for new items, you will be able to customize your Base Camp with decorations that also provide in-game benefits; and cook recipes to attract new Pokemon to add to your party. For example, making yellow curry “made with a whole lot of yellow” attracts yellow Pokemon. In the trailer, this concoction attracts a Pikachu.

When the mobile version is released, there won't be any shared data with the Switch version.
Cooking List: https://www.serebii.net/quest/cooking.shtml

thank you to Serebii

On eShop now.

Platforms: Nintendo Switch, Mobile
Release Date: May 29, 2018 (Switch), Mobile version out June 27, 2018
Price: Free To Play
Developer: Game Freak
Publishers: Nintendo, The Pokemon Company
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Dec 9, 2017
So I missed the Pokemon reveal. Is this the “true” gen 8 sequel to Pokemon Moon and Sun?? Pokemon Evee felt like a continuation of Go
Oct 26, 2017


Oct 25, 2017
This game is certainly interesting. Played for about 10 minutes. I like its overly simplified gameplay but I have to go to bed now.


The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
Man, this is just another Rumble world idle game. I "played" a bunch of Rumble World on 3DS and I really don't need more of this. The UI feels like trash with the joycon, why is a slow cursor the only way to do anything? Two disappointments in one night


Oct 27, 2017
Gotta search for Pokémon and it will appear. The eshop seems to be chugging right now