Level 5 Does What Nintendon’t with Yo-Kai Watch

Level 5 is a company best known in the west for Ni No Kuni 2, but in Japan one of their biggest series is no doubt Yo-Kai Watch. If you don’t know about Yo-Kai Watch, it’s a Pokemon style RPG that is a great example of how to take someone else’s idea and make it yourContinue reading “Level 5 Does What Nintendon’t with Yo-Kai Watch”

Everything You’ll Want to Know About Pokeball Plus

So, if you can recall, the other day I posted a story about how I was able to demo the new Pokemon Let’s Go games. My demo version was the Pikachu version, which was controlled exclusively with the Pokeball Plus accessory, which launches alongside the games in November. What Does It Look Like? Imagine aContinue reading “Everything You’ll Want to Know About Pokeball Plus”

E3 2018: I Feel Like a Pro at Pokemon Let’s Go

I was invited by Nintendo of America to participate in a closed-door demo of their newest titles, one of which was Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu. The demo was set in Viridian Forest, and required use of the new Pokéball Plus accessory. It’s a small, rubbery feeling ball that has an analog stick built into theContinue reading “E3 2018: I Feel Like a Pro at Pokemon Let’s Go”

Pokémon Let’s Go Was Never About The Hardcore

Just last night, The Pokémon Company made history with a series of major announcements for its casual and hardcore fans. Beginning with Pokémon Quest, the free-to-start mobile and Switch title aimed at the younger audience, it became clear that the evening was just getting started. Following this was the official announcement of Pokémon Let’s Go!Continue reading “Pokémon Let’s Go Was Never About The Hardcore”

Nintendo Confirms Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! & Let’s Go, Eevee!

As a leak earlier this month suggested, the next mainline Pokémon games would be coming, but with a little bit of a twist. Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! have been confirmed to be the next entries in the series and will be making their way to the Nintendo Switch. The gamesContinue reading “Nintendo Confirms Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! & Let’s Go, Eevee!”