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Pokemon X / Pokémon X (3DS)

Pokemon X / Pokémon X (3DS)
alaScore 95

18 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 18 reviews of Pokemon X / Pokémon X (3DS). The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.7/5 for other Nintendo 3DS Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo 3DS Games the Pokemon X / Pokémon X (3DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Pokemon X (3DS) Review

 

It's a long way from Pallet Town and everything's turned French! Is this new edition to the series worth catching? 411's Cara Alex Brown takes a look inside

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Pokemon X

 

Pokemon X is one of two games in the sixth generation of the Pokmon franchise, the first generation to make the jump onto the Nintendo 3DS. Taking place in the new region of Kalos, players once again step into the shoes of a rookie Trainer who seeks to...

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Pokemon X- N3DS

 

Pokemon X and Y benefit greatly from their leap to a fully 3D world, and have plenty to offer both veterans and novices alike.

Compelling core gameplay ; Super training adds more strategic depth ; The hundreds of Pokemon look great ; Less grind than in previous games

Same core experience means same core frustrations ; Less challenging than previous games

There's more pokemon to catch than ever before, too, with this game's Pokedex spanning all of the previous games in the series. This means you'll see plenty of new and familiar faces.You'll find yourself relentlessly scouring patches of wild grass to...

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Pokemon X (for Nintendo 3DS)

 

Pokemon X/Y doesn't change how it plays over Black/White, Diamond/Pearl, and so on, but it looks great and is still a fun, satisfying time-sink for your 3DS.

It’s easy to get distracted catching Pokemon, and there are plenty of non-story activities you can enjoy while playing the game. The new Super Training and Pokemon-Aime menus let you play minigames and respectively train your Pokemons’ stats and...

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Pokemon X/Y Review

 

Pokemon X and Y benefit greatly from their leap to a fully 3D world, and have plenty to offer both veterans and novices alike.

Compelling core gameplay ; Super training adds more strategic depth ; The hundreds of Pokemon look great ; Less grind than in previous games

Same core experience means same core frustrations ; Less challenging than previous games

There's more pokemon to catch than ever before, too, with this game's Pokedex spanning all of the previous games in the series. This means you'll see plenty of new and familiar faces.You'll find yourself relentlessly scouring patches of wild grass to...

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Pokemon X Review

 

Pokémon X&Y represent a mega evolution for the series.

Online connectivity is brilliant ; Catching Pokémon is still exciting ; Everything feels revitalised

3D is lackluster