The release is just around the corner, and I’m loving all the freshly released 411.
It seems that I’m not the only one who just can’t wait for Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. Who knew? Yesterday, The Pokemon Company released an announcement in regards to a few different things that we can expect to encounter in Pokemon Sword/Shield.
We already knew about the new Gigantamax ability in Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. However, in a recent video from the Pokemon Company, we get a closer look to see some of the Pokemon that will actually be able to perform this move, and what they look like when they do.
Also, the people over at Metro got the chance to play a whole 90 minutes of the game. Through their exposure and interactions with the higher-ups, we learned that the new Wild Area in the game will be approximately the size of two regions in LoZ: Breath of the Wild. A bit smaller than I would expect, but not really super important.
It seems to me, however, that a culmination of all the wilds throughout an entire previous title might amount to more. I do understand, however, that this title is will be quite unlike any other, so it will certainly be fun to see how all these changes pan out.
Pokemon Masters official release date announced to be just under a week from now, on August 29th!
In a recent tweet from the official Japanese Pokemon Masters Twitter account, we learned that Pokemon Masters will be released in just six days. We have been keeping an eye on this new Pokemon mobile game for some time now, including our in depth coverage of last months major details release. In the Tweet we also learned that the game will be releasing for both iOS and Android on the same day. The tweet goes on to mention that the Twitter account be posting an illustration for the game each day until the games release. To view these illustrations as they are shared, all you must do is follow the official Pokemon Masters twitter account.
A new trailer has been released for Pokemon Masters that gives a much more detailed look at the game.
The recent announcement of the new mobile Pokemon game, Pokemon Masters, has had us all wondering what the game might truly be like. The original trailer, while revealing, has left us wanting to know more. Well, now we do since DeNA has released another, more in-depth, trailer. Pokemon Masters is still set to be released sometime this summer, and will be released for Android and iOS devices.
The new trailer shows us a few of trainers that we will be able to play as, including Barry and Iris. The recently released video also shows just a bit of the 3 on 3 battling that we’ve heard so much about. A small display of the sync move is given, showing what looks like Pikachu getting all charged up (or using Thunder)! There is also just a flash of the new Unity moves, where you and your two trainer teammates join together for one majorly damaging attack. One thing is for sure, this trailer has once again sparked our interest in this soon-to-be-released epic mobile title.
We now have an in-depth look at how Pokemon Masters will really play out!
The recently announced Pokemon mobile game, Pokemon Masters, now has a detailed video giving all the information we need. This mobile version of the popular franchise is said to use a 3-on-3 trainer battle mode. You and two other master trainers from the previous Pokemon games will battle your best Pokemon against some of the greatest and most renowned trainers from all the games.
In Pokemon Masters, many trainers from all the regions of the previous games will meet on Pasio island to fit to be the best. The core of the game will focus on the relationships that you develop with the other trainers on the island. As you progress and meet more trainers, you will team up with them to form powerful alliances. You will also create a special bond with your companion Pokemon, and meet other trainers that have created special bonds with their companions as well. This feature is being Pokemon Sync Pair Battles.
Once you have synced up with your companion and created a team, you may then partake in big battles. This will be a 3-on-3 battle that takes place in real time. You must fight with your team to the best of your abilities to eventually be a part of The Pokemon League Championship. This is the ultimate goal in Pokemon Masters, just like in all the games preceding it.
For more information about Pokemon Masters, check out our feature article by clicking here. For all the information one might need on Pokemon Masters, be sure to check out the official Pokemon website by clicking here.