Most definitely. Being the first traditional titles (Colosseum, XD aside) on a hybrid system will do well for capturing a wider audience.
I’d skip it and wait for this. You don’t want to burnout on Pokémon before release.
Skip it, you are going to feel burned out by the time you start SwSh.
I like Sun and Moon but they're very hard to get into and the first 2 hours really drags. I'd probably wait and play Sword and Shield first and then maybe revisit Sun and Moon later to see what you think. Plus the story is pretty good, probably my favourite ever Pokemon story.
And Lillie, like seriously one of the best character arcs about a character gaining their own independence to "Thanks, Protag. If it weren't for you, I literally couldn't even breathe probably."
Sliding scale from YES to kiiiinda.
Agreed. Her character arc was so strong in S/M. US/UM suffered for not being sequels.
At this point you might as well play the new one next week but if you already have the game at some point you should play it lol
She won't get a Switch Lite until Animal Crossing comes out and we switch positions.
Oh boy, between Pokémon and Animal Crossing, my social life will be non-existant. Lol.She won't get a Switch Lite until Animal Crossing comes out and we switch positions.
When we both had 3DSs we played the versions for a bit until she's lose interest. At one point she told me "I forgot you could beat Pokémon games, I thought you just caught them until you got bored."
Hahaha. I mean, between planning, marking and reports I don’t have much of one currently either. It’s okay though, my colleagues don’t need to know that when I went camping on the weekend, or went out for a curry, it was a purely digital experience.
You definitely chose the worst of them to make your point, but those three aside, the rest of the Alolan regional variants are fantastic improvements on their original designs.