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Pokemon X 3DS

Another installment in the popular Nintendo series about Pokémon, released as a pair of games: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. The action takes place in French-like region Kalos.

RPG | science fiction | turn-based | Pokemon | co-op | jRPG | Nintendo exclusive titles

Nintendo 3DS
Pokemon X cover

developer: Nintendo

publisher: Nintendo

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Game mode: single player

English language game language: English

game release date for 3DS:


Pokémon X for 3DS by Nintendo is a production featuring a very recognizable universe. Similarly to the previous games from the Pokémon franchise, it is an RPG in which you “gotta catch ‘em all.” Pokémon X and Pokémon Y mark the start of the so-called sixth generation of the series. The title introduces, as usually, new characters and themes.


In Pokémon X you take control of trainers who travel through the world in order to find new, stronger Pokémon, catch them, train them, and fight other trainers. This title introduces new Pokémon species along with three starter creatures unavailable before – Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie. Gameplay consists of world exploration, chatting with other heroes, and engaging in combats based on the well-proven turn-based formula. During fights you can use a few Pokémon, each characterized by different abilities and techniques.

Technical aspects

Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are the first in the franchise to utilise graphics featuring polygons, whereas the previous titles combined 2D and 3D elements. The world, models, and fighting sequences are all now in 3D. The new visuals allow for an improved use of the 3D screen of 3DS.

Game score 8.9 / 10 calculated out of 396 players' votes.  
Expectations before the premiere: 9.1 / 10 calculated out of 70 players' votes.  

Pokemon X/Y Game Guide & Walkthrough
Pokemon X/Y Game Guide & Walkthrough

game guide 12 September 2013

Pokemon X & Y are the next instalments in the Pokemon franchise. Although, still based on the same principals that the first generation ran on, the new generation introduces several new features and, mostly, new creatures to catch and train.

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