Pokémon Ultra Sun Edition Review

Pokémon Ultra Sun Edition is the second installment in the latest generation of Pokémon games, following last year’s Pokémon Sun and Moon. How is it different? What’s new? Is it worth purchasing if you already own Pokémon Sun or Moon? Let’s take a look!

Title: Pokémon Ultra Sun Edition

If you’re looking for a game that will have you hooked for hours, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are worth every penny.

The biggest feature of these games is the addition of new story lines, which add more depth to the narrative and gameplay. However, if you need to be convinced that they're worth buying—even if you already own Pokémon Sun or Moon on 3DS—here are five reasons why these games are great:

  • The story is better than ever. In addition to an improved main plotline with an interesting twist at the end, there are also plenty of side quests throughout Alola (and other regions) that will keep you busy for hours on end.

  • The graphics look amazing in both regular battles as well as cutscenes involving legendary Pokémon like Necrozma or Solgaleo/Lunala themselves! You'll also notice differences between areas depending on where they're located within Alola's four islands—for example: Hokulani Observatory (home base) looks modern while Akala Island has rustic wooden structures throughout its townships because they were built by people who migrated there centuries ago during their voyage across oceans; meanwhile Poni Island has futuristic buildings due out soon thanks largely due its partnership with Team Rocket which could mean big things coming down pike soon--you never know what might happen when things get rolling around here!

Publisher: Nintendo

Nintendo is a Japanese multinational consumer electronics and video game company headquartered in Kyoto. Nintendo is the world's largest video game company by revenue. As of 31 December 2017, it has sold over 476 million hardware units globally and more than 700 million software units worldwide.

Nintendo was founded on September 23, 1889, by Fusajiro Yamauchi to produce handmade hanafuda cards. Originally called Nintendo Koppai (meaning "leave luck to heaven"), it produced handmade playing cards used in match games such as hanafuda. In 1963, Hiroshi Yamauchi created a new subsidiary called Marufuku Company, which later became Marufuji Co., Ltd.. The company then began to experiment in other areas of business using newly injected capital during the period between 1963 and 1968; however, these ventures failed mainly due to heavy losses leading up to 1972 when they started focusing on their playing card business again after settling down their debts with banks.

In 1973 they released Super Mario Bros., one of the best-selling video games ever made at 1 billion copies sold as of January 2019 . The success of Super Mario Bros., along with some successful arcade games such as Donkey Kong and Space Invaders led rival companies like Sega Corporation's Sonic series which were released later on during 1990s gave Nintendo an edge over Sega when both companies were competing against each other for console supremacy until Sega discontinued its Dreamcast system due harsh competition from Sony Computer Entertainment America who released PlayStation 2 back in 2000s followed by Microsoft's Xbox 360 (2010), so now all three gaming giants are constantly trying hard keep their fans interested by releasing new titles every year!

Type of Game: RPG

  • Role-playing game: This type of game is a genre involving role-playing, usually as the protagonist in an epic quest or adventure.

  • Turn-based combat: Turn based games are tactical in nature and allow for players to take turns with the AI (artificial intelligence). In this way, you can be assured that your actions are not wasted on something that has already been dealt with by another player.

  • Exploration: Exploration is one of the most important aspects in any RPG because it allows for new enemies and locations to be discovered.

Platforms: 3DS

You can play the game on the following Nintendo devices:

  • Nintendo 3DS

  • Nintendo 3DS XL

  • Nintendo 2DS (Europe only)

  • Nintendo New 3DS XL (only in Japan, Europe and Australia)

  • Nintendo New 2DS XL (only in Japan and Australia)

Rating: E10+ and Up

E10+ means that the game is appropriate for children ages 10 and up. The Pokémon Ultra Sun Edition of the game includes some mild cartoon violence, but it’s not intense or bloody. There are also a few minor references to alcohol, but these are handled in a way that doesn’t promote drinking. An example of this is when you can see a bartender pouring a glass of beer from behind him; he doesn’t show any signs of being drunk or acting like he has had one too many drinks.

If your kid has already seen other Pokémon games and understands what they're about (for example: catching Pokémon and training them), then it's probably fine for them to play this version as well. However, if your kid isn't yet ready for these types of games—or if you're unsure whether they are—you should wait until they are older before letting them play this game because there might be content that isn't age-appropriate.

Multiplayer? Two players, local only

The biggest and best feature of the Pokémon franchise is its multiplayer gameplay, which allows you to play with other players online and trade Pokémon with them. Unfortunately, this feature isn't available in Ultra Sun or Moon. Instead, players can only battle each other locally. That's right: if you want to battle your friend who also owns a copy of the game, he or she will have to be sitting next to you!

Pokémon Ultra Sun Edition is the second installment in the latest generation of Pokémon games, following last year’s Pokémon Sun and Moon. How is it different? What’s new? Is it worth purchasing if you already own Pokémon Sun or Moon? Let’s take a look!

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon are the second installments in the latest generation of Pokémon games, following last year’s Pokémon Sun and Moon. Throughout the year, new Pokémon will appear in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon.

Ash-Greninja is returning to Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon! This powerful form of Greninja was also featured in 2016's Pokkén Tournament as a support character, so you have plenty of chances to get used to it before seeing it again here. Along with the addition of these new games, there are also special Dual Edition packs that include both games along with a special Steelbook case for just $30 more than purchasing them separately!

If you're a fan of the series, it's a good purchase; otherwise, not so much.

If you're a fan of the series, it's a good purchase; otherwise, not so much.

If you are not a fan of the series, don't buy this game. It's pretty standard Pokémon fare—if you've played any of the games before and want something that is similar to those games in style (in terms of mechanics), then this will suit your needs just fine. However, if you're looking for something completely different from what Pokémon has traditionally offered up as an experience (and thus haven't played many or any other games in the series), then I would advise staying away from this one unless it sounds like something that would appeal to your personal tastes or interests (for example: some people love strategy-based gameplay).


I think this game is really worth it. It's a great way to get lost in another world, and there's something for everyone in these games. I personally think that Pokémon Ultra Sun Edition is the best one out of all three because of its unique story line, amazing graphics, and a lot more content than last year's Pokémon Sun & Moon.


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