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Pokémon Quest review
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Pokémon Quest review
Pokemon Quest is a free-to-play game available for the Nintendo Switch console. The game is a take on Pokemon, but unlike the original games, the game takes place on Tumblecube Island where you have to catch and battle various Pokemon of various sizes and shapes. The game is relatively simple to play and easy to learn, but it's a game that you can keep coming back to, thanks to the various quests and new Pokemon that are added as the game goes on. The graphics in the game are nice to look at and also the music is good. The game is a great way to pass time and I recommend it to everyone.
In Pokemon Quest, you have to explore Tumblecube Island with your team of Pokemon. As you explore, you will be able to find resources and ingredients for cooking. You will be able to cook food for your Pokemon, which will allow them to have higher base stats.
The game is filled with Pokemon, and as you defeat them, they will join your team. You can also use your team to battle other players in the multiverse.
You will also have to level up your Pokemon. Leveling up your Pokemon will allow it to have higher base stats as well.
The graphics of this game are decent. Even though pokemons look like they are made of 3D pixels, it was made on purpose and gives only more charm to the game. The atmosphere of this game is really cozy and friendly.
Pokemon Quest replayability is great. I only have one line in the article about it but I could have written a long paragraph about it easily. I was stuck on the second level for hours. I had to use a guide to pass the level. I have played it for a total of a few hours and I'm still not bored of it. I'm always coming back to it. I always go back and replay certain levels. I'm always going back to the Pokemon Center to heal my Pokemon. I'm always going back to the Pokemon Center to change my Pokemon team. I'm always going back to the Pokemon Center to swap to a Pokemon with a better move set. I'm always going back to the Pokemon Center to buy more items. There is a lot to do in the game.