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Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby

These are both fantastic games. They look great in 3D and play very well. They're games anyone can pick up and lose track of time with. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never played a Pokémon game before or if you’ve played every one of them until now. If you have any interest at all in Pokémon this game will surpass your expectations. Hopefully Nintendo continues to allow us to explore the former regions because they are certainly worth revisiting.

Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby

Pokemon X

There's a good game in Pokemon X, and fans looking for another game near-identical to the ones before it likely won't find issue with a lot of the dusty trimmings and transparent battle system. If you want to get into into the new stat rebuilding features and grind out tons of easy battles to prep for high-level online multiplayer, it's never been easier to do so. But for all else, the game's excellent visuals belie the frustratingly old-fashioned design. RPG folk can find better times on their 3DS.

Pokemon X

Pokemon Y

There's a good game in Pokemon Y, and fans looking for another game near-identical to the ones before it likely won't find issue with a lot of the dusty trimmings and transparent battle system. If you want to get into into the new stat rebuilding features and grind out tons of easy battles to prep for high-level online multiplayer, it's never been easier to do so. But for all else, the game's excellent visuals belie the frustratingly old-fashioned design. RPG folk can find better times on their 3DS.

Pokemon Y