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Pokémon Quest review
Pokemon Quest is a new game by Nintendo released on the Nintendo Switch console and it is the first Pokemon game on the Nintendo Switch. It is a co-op puzzle adventure game in which players control Pokemon in order to gather ingredients and cook food. The game is set in Tumblecube Island where players have to make the island a better place by cooking food and upgrading their Pokemon party. The game is free-to-start which means players can play the whole story without spending a cent. The game is a very casual game that is easy to get into and easy to play. The game is more of a puzzle game compared to the usual Pokemon RPG game.
Pokemon Quest gameplay is very simple and straightforward. You are in charge of leading a band of Pokemon and you have to feed them with berries to make them stronger. The gameplay is nothing like the main series RPG games and it's closer to Pokemon GO. The Pokemon Quest game/app is a mix between Pokemon GO and the main series of Pokemon games which makes it a very interesting game. The Pokemon Quest game/app is a free download and you can play it on any iOS or Android device.
Pokemon Quest graphics are simple and cute. They're not super 3D, but that's okay. When you're playing this game, you don't want to be reminded of the real world. You want to be reminded of the video games of your childhood when things were simpler. The graphics are simple, but they're very well done. I love the colors, the shading, and the fact that you can see which Pokemon are in the background. I also like the way the items are displayed. The icons are simple, easy to understand, and fun to look at. Pokemon Quest graphics are super cute and add a very fun vibe to the game.
Pokemon Quest replayability is excellent. While it's not designed to be a grind fest, it's not a game that you can finish in a single sitting either. The game is designed to be played for a while, and it provides the ability to restart at any stage, so you can keep playing. Additionally, the game has leaderboards, so you can keep track of your progress and try to improve your positioning against other players. Overall, Pokemon Quest is a very replayable game, and you can enjoy it for a long time.