Pokemon Ultra Sun for Nintendo 3DS
3DS

Pokemon Ultra Sun

Nov 17, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Game Freak
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

A new light shines on the Alola region! Take on the role of a Pokémon Trainer and unravel the mystery behind the Legendary Pokémon Necrozma’s two new forms: Dusk Mane Necrozma in the Pokémon™ Ultra Sun game and Dawn Wings Necrozma in Pokémon Ultra Moon game. A brand-new showdown awaits! New Pokémon forms have been discovered in the Alola region! The legendary Pokémon Necrozma has transformed into two new forms: Dusk Mane Necrozma, who took over Solgaleo in Pokémon Ultra Sun, and Dawn Wings Necrozma who took over Lunala in Pokémon Ultra Moon. Head out on an epic journey as a Pokémon Trainer and solve the mystery behind these fascinating Pokémon, explore more of the Alola region, catch more amazing Pokémon, and battle more formidable foes in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon!

Critic Reviews

38 Reviews
8.39
James PaleyDec 04, 2017
In the end, the caramel center of the Pokémon experience remains unchanged. You raise, collect and fight with a huge amount of Pokémon in a colorful and vibrant world that aggressively ignores the troubling implications this whole system is built upon. Thankfully, Ultra Sun and Moon work to push this well-worn formula even further than the last set of games. I’m regretful about my choice of starter, as Grass types are gutless chumps better suited for utility rather than front-line combat.
James ThomasNov 29, 2017
A fantastic re-visit to the Aloa region of the Pokémon universe that follows the same style as the game's predecessor. With an improved storyline and numerous new side quests to undertake, this is a great addition to the world loved franchise. However, newcomers to the series will struggle to get their head around the new format.
Alex CulafiNov 22, 2017
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon are very good third-version games. They expand the story alongside as well as the post-game, and barring some not-ideal motion controls and a slow intro, there's very little to complain about. It may be the same game as last year with a bunch of new stuff on top, but considering this is one of Pokémon's finest generations yet, I have zero problem with more of a good thing.

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