Today, Alex analyzes Pokemon Y’s story and discusses why he thinks it’s the best one in the series.
Pokemon XY Adventure Log: Day 8 – In a Gym on a Sphere in Space in a House in a Hole on the Bottom of the Sea
Today, I was very pleased to see some new areas that utilize the stereoscopic 3D effect. I actually didn’t realize that I had my 3D slider on until I walked into the Pokéball Factory and immediately saw everything with a new layer of depth. This location was far better-suited to 3D than the […]
Alex appreciates the small touches Game Freak has added to X and Y, is confused by Goomy, and talks about how the games feel more formulaic as they progress.
Alex travels through the badlands, defeats another gym, sees some new Pokemon and gets to witness some of the overworld in 3D!
Alex sets fire to the Coumarine City Gym, gets lost in Azure Bay and complains about HMs, your rivals and camera angles.
Today, Alex tries out Mega Evolution, takes on the third gym and reacts to some sixth-generation Pokemon, including one particularly disturbing evolution.
Alex takes on the second gym, resurrects some fossils and rides on the back of a Rhyhorn!
Join Alex as he tries out Pokémon-Amie, Super Training, and finally starts to uncover parts of the main story!
See what happens to Alex in his first few hours as a Pokemon trainer in Kalos! Includes both “spoiler” and “spoiler-free” sections.
Check out Alex’s chronicle of his adventures in the Kalos region! Features both “spoiler-free” and “spoiler” sections, just in case you’re still holding out on the game and don’t want to hear specific details.
Koopa Soundworks has put together a collection of 34 tracks from Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Fire Emblem, Sonic, Street Fighter, Mega Man, Tetris, and more in “World 1-2: The Complete Collection.” Does the quality match the quantity, though?
In this feature, some of the NintendoFuse staffers have collaborated to tell you what we want to see in the newest Pokemon games, available on October 12. Find out what we think, and how you can contribute to the next NF Community feature!
What would it be like if the Smash Bros. developers actually listened to each and every request for a playable character? Find out in this satirical piece.
Video game composer and friend of NintendoFuse, Tommy Tallarico, has been hard at work promoting his first Kickstarter project, and two days ago, it met its goal of $250,000.
Tommy Tallarico needs your help to make it to level 3, please help!