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Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon have been finally released for the public. The two games have been developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo.

The new games come with a change of scenery named “Aloha”, which looks similar to Hawaii, a new land that you can explore. Once you start the game, you will notice that your character is accompanied by his mother and you are moving to Aloha to start fresh.



This will eventually lead your character on a journey to become the best Pokémon trainer in the region. In this game, you will cross seas, get inside Pokémon-infested caves, travel over the mountains. Moving around will be very easy once you will get the mountable Pokémon.

As soon as you start playing the game, you will notice that the Pokémon are quite different in Aloha. They come with different attributes, which will bring a fresh feeling to the series. Another change that you will notice is the new threat in the franchise which is “Team Skull. They wear only white and black colors, travel in pairs and react violently.

Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon also come with “Z Moves”. These moves are improved by crystals that you can collect while playing the game. Keep in mind that each type of Pokémon has a crystal and an accompanying Z-type move.

When it comes to the difficulty of the game, both titles are slightly easier than the previous ones. You will notice that there are no gyms in these games, but at the same time, there are tough Pokémon that you will have to fight at the end of every section.

All your Pokémon will gain experience after a battle, which means that you will be able to level up your team fast and easy. After you fight a specific Pokémon (that you have never encountered before), you will receive some information regarding its strongest and weakest moves, meaning that you will be able to win battles against it way easier in the future.

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