Pokemon Sun and Moon gamers will have a chance to see another Global Mission very soon. Next week, the Nintendo game’s third Global Mission will begin on January 31st 2017, and will last until February 14th 2017. Check out the details here.
Pokemon Sun And Moon Global Mission
Pokemon Sun and Moon will involve trading the creatures through the Pokémon Global Trade Station. Furthermore, two past Global Missions in Pokemon Sun and Moon, which both failed to meet their set goal, tasked gamers with catching 100 million Pokémon.
Pokemon Sun & Moon are role-playing video games (RPG) with adventure elements, based in the fictional Alola region. Gamers play the role of a young trainer who goes on a quest to catch and train creatures known as Pokémon. Next, they can win battles against other trainers. By defeating enemy Pokémon in turn-based battles, the player’s chosen Pokémon gains experience, which allows them to level up and increase their battle statistics. Furthermore, they learn new battle techniques, and in some cases, evolve into powerful Pokémon.
Alternatively, players can capture wild Pokémon found during random encounters. They can do this by weakening them in battle and catching them with Poké Balls. Players can battle and trade Pokémon with other human players using the Nintendo 3DS’s connectivity features. Like in previous games in the series, certain Pokémon are only obtainable in either Sun or Moon. They are encouraged to trade with others to get Pokémon from both versions.
Pokemon Sun and Moon, are presented in fully three dimensional (3D) polygonal graphics. This allows more interactivity and more dynamic action during battles. Further, players can customize their trainer’s appearance. This can be done by choosing gender, skin tone and hair color at the start of the game. Secondly, they can later acquire outfits and accessories to change their character’s look.
Concept art shown during the initial announcement indicated that Pokémon Centers and Poké Marts would receive updates to their designs. IGN and Kotaku noted an abundance of vehicles in the concept art. This includes a fire engine, a pickup truck, and an ambulance ridden by Pokémon. Sun and Moon is the first entry in the series to be available in Chinese, along with English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese and Korean, for a total of nine playable languages.
Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon are available for the Nintendo 3DS. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech, and more.