Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review: Still Has Challenges Along The Way
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Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review: Still Has Challenges Along The Way

There I was, just one Pokémon away from defeating the champion, my friend and rival, Lorre. It had been a long road, but I was so close to victory that it would be foolish to give up now. His last Pokémon was Pidgeot, but with a catch: he could mega...

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How To: Making Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee More Challenging

How To: Making Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee More Challenging

Having just finished the newest installment in the Pokémon series, I can’t help but notice that one of the main complaints of the game is that it is way too easy. Unfortunately, I’ve found that to be the case as the many mechanics of the game simplify your experience and...

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From Telefang to 2019: How An Obscure Japanese RPG Stays Alive Through An Online Community & Upcoming Titles

From Telefang to 2019: How An Obscure Japanese RPG Stays Alive Through An Online Community & Upcoming Titles

Earlier this year, I interviewed monster artist Rachel Briggs, who created the Ken Sugimori style art inspired by unused Pokémon featured in the Spaceworld 1997 Pokémon Gold demo and also contributed a few monster designs to upcoming title Monster Crown. I knew she was a big fan of Keitai Denjuu...

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Interview With Monster Artist: Rachel Briggs

Interview With Monster Artist: Rachel Briggs

We sat down with artist Rachel Briggs, the artist responsible for the Ken Sugimori style artwork of unused Pokémon from the 1997 Spaceworld demo of Pokémon Gold, recently seen in Game Informer, to talk about her process, inspirations, her fascination with the subgenre, and monster designs in general. What inspired you to...

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Could We See Official Monster RPG Tournaments Other Than Pokémon in the Future?

Could We See Official Monster RPG Tournaments Other Than Pokémon in the Future?

In 2018, most people are aware of the Pokémon franchise. Ever since its introduction to society in the late 90’s, both the game and its fanbase have been growing, and although Pokémon gained widespread popularity through the games, anime series, and trading card game, similar series such as Digimon and...

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The Nintendo Switch is Finally Getting a D-Pad Joy-Con

The Nintendo Switch is Finally Getting a D-Pad Joy-Con

If you own a Nintendo Switch, you’ve probably noticed the lack of a D-pad on your Joy-Con. If you are someone who is lost without it, you won’t have to wait much longer. Third-party video game accessory manufacturer, HORI, will be launching a Nintendo Switch D-pad variant Joy-Con this fall....

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