Nintendo 3DS | Release Date: November 18, 2016
For an entire player base who grew up with one mission: to catch ’em all, November 18 marks the evolution that core concept… the type of evolution you mash ‘A,’ the whole time! Pokemon Sun & Moon follow Nintendo’s design trend of new Pokemon to catch, graphical updates, and a beautiful world to explore, but in ways that shake up themes that have been central to the game since inception! We’ve kept busy with Niantic’s PokemoGo, but us Pokefans are in need of the real thing!
|Pokemon Sun (Nintendo 3DS™, US)||US$ 39.99 pend|
|Pokemon Moon (Nintendo 3DS™, US)||US$ 39.99 pend|
Heavily inspired by the Galapagos Isles, and the perfect examples of the evolutionary process discovered there by Charles Darwin, the brand new island region called Alola houses tons of Pokemon who are really quite different from their mainland counterparts. Some of the new additions are total type switches like Vulpix & Ninetiles going from Fire to Ice, and others add a typing to the mix like Raticate’s Dark/Normal Alola form. The Pokemon Company haven’t been slacking at all though, in addition to Alola forms there are tons of never before seen Pokemon to find on the islands!
|Pokemon Sun (Nintendo 3DS™, JPN)||US$ 49.99 24h|
|Pokemon Moon (Nintendo 3DS™, JPN)||US$ 49.99 24h|
With any new main addition to the Pokemon series us trainers will be able to choose our best buddy for our adventures in the form of a starter Pokemon! In Sun & Moon a very familiar-looking professor will allow us to choose from the Grass/Flying owl Rowlett, the Water seal Popplio, and the Fire cat Litten! Game alongside your very own companion with these plush dolls!
|Pokemon Sun and Moon Plush: Rowlet (JPN)||US$ 9.99 pre|
|Pokemon Sun and Moon Plush: Litten (JPN)||US$ 9.99 pre|
|Pokemon Sun and Moon Plush: Popplio (JPN)||US$ 9.99 pre|
The best way to experience Pokemon Sun & Moon is undoubtedly with a New Nintendo 3DS, especially the recently released 3DS that features the Legendary Pokemon Solgaleo and Lunala! Do keep in mind that the 3DS is region locked! Just click on one of the 3DS pictures to see if they are in-stock.