Pokemon Sun and Moon is here, and we some handy tips to keep in mind as you go on your Pokemon Journey. It’s quite interesting how they are really dumbing things down and making it easier to keep track of a lot of stuff, for better or worse. But being accessible to new players definitely is one of the best things Game Freaks could ever do. It’s never been easier or more fun to get into Pokemon games than at the start of 6th Gen with X/Y.
Basic beginners guide for Pokemon Sun And Moon
Most integral tip for every installment of Pokemon: Turn text speed to fast and after the first hour of play, turn off battle animations. This will save you a few dozen hours in the long run, if not a few hundred hours if you are hardcore and have to perfect breed and train all of your favorite competitive Pokemon. Poplio has the best looking final evolution, but with the overabundance of grass and water Pokemon (like every gen), plus an early game that is unkind to water, fire cat has the advantage.
Unless you want a leafeon do not go into the grass trial with an Eevee. That is where the mossy stone is located. However, it is not immediately in your face when you get in there, it’s hidden in the back of the trial. We have seen many a people soft reset because they do not know this and want a sylveon or Umbreon.
Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are role-playing video games developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. They are the first installments in the seventh generation of Pokémon games