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Pokemon GO
Pokemon GO

RPG 06 July 2016

A mobile RPG that supports augmented reality technology, created by Niantic studio in conjunction with The Pokemon Company. The application uses smartphones’ and tablets’ cameras to register the surrounding reality, then include additional, three-dimensional objects on it. We searching for Pokemon by following the instructions from our GPS. Other elements of gameplay aren’t much different from what we’ve seen in other entries in the series. The game focuses on finding and catching pocket monsters, then training them and dueling against players from the entire world. Pokemon GO application works in conjunction with a dedicated gadget, sold separately, a wristband that gives us access to some additional options if we happen to be without our smartphone. The band will vibrate and glow whenever there is a Pokemon nearby.

Pokemon Sword
Pokemon Sword

RPG 15 November 2019

Pokemon (2018) is another installment of the extrermely popular jRPG series that was created by Game Freak in the 1990s. It is the first game of the series that was released on home video game consoles. The game's story focuses on a novice pokemon trainer who begins their adventure with a pokemon of their choosing. Our hero explores more and more locations and faces other trainer in order to prove that he/she is the best pokemon trainer in the region. Combat is turn-based. Key to victory lies in skillful usage of our pokemon's attacks and abilities. Each pokemon has its own unique stats, move sets, and abilities that influence its capability in combat. The game has eye-pleasing, cartoonish visuals.

Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu!
Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu!

RPG 16 November 2018

Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! is a role-playing game. The players are traveling through a three-dimensional world with a Pikachu and capturing other pokemon, training them and making them fight in turn-based combat against other trainers’ pokemon. The game was designed as an introduction to the series for novice players who might find main entries in the series too complicated.

Pokemon Quest
Pokemon Quest

RPG 29 May 2018

An unusual Pokemon action game for Nintendo Switch and mobile devices, set in a voxel world.

Pokemon Shield
Pokemon Shield

RPG 15 November 2019

Pokemon Shield is one of two games, next to Pokemon Sword, opening the eighth generation of Pokemons on the Nintendo Switch console. Players visit the Galar region, catch and train more creatures, and then expose them to fight against the charges of other coaches.

Pokemon Sun
Pokemon Sun

RPG 18 November 2016

Another installment in the popular, long-standing game series published on Nintendo handhelds. Developed by Game Freak, the game was released in two versions, similarly to previous parts of the game – Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, which differ only in the creatures available in game. The game world combines elements of our reality and fantasy aspects. You assume the role of a young Pokémon trainer who aspires to be the best trainer in the world. The game features RPG elements – during gameplay you explore the world filled with quests, concentrate on catching ‘em all, train your creatures, and pit them against other trainers’ Pokémon. The Pokémon Bank allows for import of Pokémon from previous parts of the series.

Pokemon Fire Red/Pokemon Leaf Green
Pokemon Fire Red/Pokemon Leaf Green

RPG 07 September 2004

Crazyly popular Pokemons attack once again in a simple RPG game. We gather a team of title creatures and then we fight battles with similar trainers. The fight is played in a turn-based system, and victories are rewarded with experience points, for which we develop the skills of our charges.

Pokemon X
Pokemon X

RPG 12 October 2013

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. You assume the role of a young Pokémon trainer traveling through the world in search of new creatures you catch and train for Pokémon League battles. To be successful you need to earn eight Gym Badges by defeating the Battle Arenas’ leaders specialized in different elements. Then, you will have to prove your strength to the so-called Elite Four – the best trainers in Kalos. Game mechanics do not differ significantly from the previous installments. The core aspects of Pokemon X are still world exploration, chatting, and battling others with Pokémon of different abilities and techniques. Pokémon X and Y are the first in the series to utilize fully 3D graphics.

Pokemon Ultra Sun
Pokemon Ultra Sun

RPG 17 November 2017

Pokemon Ultra Sun is yet another installment of the popular RPG series developed by Game Freak for Nintendo handheld consoles. It was released along with Pokemon Ultra Moon as the improved versions of the 7th generation handheld consoles launch titles, Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon. Once again, we play as a novice Pokemon trainer who desires to become the very best trainer in the world. The game comes with an alternative version of the story we saw in the series' previous installment, offers new types of Pokemon (some available only in this version), and offers some new and changed locations. Nothing has changed in terms of gameplay. We explore the game’s world, do quests, catch more and more Pokemon, and take part in turn-based duels with other trainers. Pokemon Ultra Sun supports the PokeBank app that allows us to transfer Pokemon caught in other games of the series.

Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!
Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!

RPG 16 November 2018

Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! is an RPG designed for the Nintendo Switch console. The player travels the three-dimensional world with the eponymous partner and catches other monsters, trains them and puts them into turn-based battles with the creatures of other characters. The production was conceived as an introduction to the series for newcomers, who are deterred by the more complicated main installments of the series, although it also offers a lot of fun for veterans.

Pokemon Platinum
Pokemon Platinum

RPG 22 May 2009

Pokémon Platinum is another game in which we can become a trainer of popular Pokemons. It complements the other titles of the series - Diamond and Pearl - while being their improved version.

Pokemon Crystal
Pokemon Crystal

RPG 26 January 2018

A port of a GameBoy Color console title from 2000 and an enhanced version of Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver. It offers similar content to two previous entries, but features many small changes.

Pokemon Emerald
Pokemon Emerald

RPG 30 April 2005

Pokemon Emerald is the next installment of cRPG with an action set in the world of funny creatures called Pokemons. We play the role of a young boy who wants to remain the greatest trainer of Pokemons.

Pokemon Diamond
Pokemon Diamond

RPG 22 April 2007

Pokemon Diamond is the next installment of a very popular worldwide RPG game designed for portable Nintendo consoles. After very successful versions of Emerald, Fire Red/Leaf Green and Sapphire written especially for GBA, the time has come for NDS owners to get the opportunity to play as a Pokemon trainer.

Pokemon Ruby
Pokemon Ruby

RPG 17 March 2003

Although relatively little has changed in Pokemonach na GBA compared to older versions, they are still incredibly engaging. Not only teenagers.... because it's just a good RPG game.

Pokemon HeartGold
Pokemon HeartGold

RPG 12 September 2009

Pokémon HeartGold is a remake of Pokémon Gold, released in 1999 for the portable Game Boy console. The new version of the game takes advantage of the graphical and audio capabilities offered by DS, as well as the touch screen.

Pokemon Masters
Pokemon Masters

Action 29 August 2019

Pokemon Masters is a mobile action-packed game produced by DeNA and The Pokemon Company. During the game, players take control of the Pokemon coach and by joining forces with other coaches from the universe, they fight in the 3 vs. 3 mode.

Pokemon Black 2
Pokemon Black 2

RPG 23 June 2012

A direct continuation of Pokemon Black, one of the most popular DS titles among players. Despite the 3DS, the developers decided to create a sequel for an older console, which at the time of the game's release had a larger user base.

Pokemon Omega Ruby
Pokemon Omega Ruby

RPG 21 November 2014

A new version Pokemon Ruby, released in 2003 on the GameBoy Advanced console. Remake offers many features introduced to the series in ten years between releases of both titles. The game also uses three-dimensional engine known from Pokemon X and Pokemon Y.

Pokken Tournament DX
Pokken Tournament DX

Fighting 22 September 2017

Pokken Tournament DX is an improved version of the Wii U game Pokken Tournament. In terms of gameplay mechanics, the game in topic is not much different from most popular 3D fighting games. Pokken Tournament DX offers over 20 pokemon from both the old and new installments of the main RPG series. Each of them has its own unique fight style and combo attacks. The game introduces one new pokemon that was not available in its 2016 version, Decidueye. In addition to that, the developers introduced two new game modes, Team Battle and Group Match Mode. The game also introduces a Battle replay system – we can record our matches and post them online. Pokken Tournament DX makes a good use of Switch’s unique functions and allows us to play in both handheld and stationary modes.

Pokemon Sapphire
Pokemon Sapphire

RPG 17 March 2003

Although relatively little has changed in Pokemonach na GBA compared to older versions, they are still incredibly engaging. Not only teenagers.... because it's just a good RPG game.

Pokemon Project Studio
Pokemon Project Studio

Party 20 September 2001

Interactive graphic program for children with Pokemons in the lead role. It allows younger players to create nice pictures of Nintendo's pets. With the help of a simple interface they design tattoos, stickers, postcards, stationery, banners and many other useful things.

Pokemon Trading Card Game Online
Pokemon Trading Card Game Online

Party 25 August 2011

A card game based on the Pokemon Trading Card Game. Players collect cards with title creatures, make the best decks out of them, and then start struggling with virtual or real coaches.

Pokemon Shuffle
Pokemon Shuffle

Logic 18 February 2015

Pokemon Shuffle is a free-to-play match-3 game with optional microtransactions. We play as a pokemon trainer who duels wild pocket monsters. if we win, the pokemon we have defeated is added to our collection. Gameplay focuses on aligning three or more elements of the same kind into horizontal and vertical lines. We move small squares with pokemon icons around a small board. In order to attack, we have to align at least three pokemon icons of the same type (i.e. three Pikachus will create an electric attack). The more we use one pokemon, the stronger it gets. However, we have to remember we only have a limited number of moves to use in battle. If we use them all before winning, we automatically loose. Our enemies also have strengths and weaknesses, so it is advisable to plan ahead before battle.

Pokemon Y
Pokemon Y

RPG 12 October 2013

Another installment in the iconic game series developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo. It was released in the form of twin role-playing games: Pokemon X and Pokemon Y. The story in both games is set in Kalos, a region resembling France. In the game, the players assume the roles of trainers who traverse the world in search of the monsters they can catch, train and send to fight battles in the Pokemon league. In order to succeed, the player has to obtain eight special badges by defeating the gym leaders and proving their worth to the so-called Elite Four - the best trainers in Kalos. The twin games do not bring any significant changes to the gameplay mechanics introduced by the previous installments - the gameplay consists mainly of exploration. Apart from that, the player can talk to other characters and battle opponents in turn-based duels using Pokemon that differ in skills and combat techniques. Both games are the series's first attempt at utilizing fully three-dimensional graphics.

Pokemon SoulSilver
Pokemon SoulSilver

RPG 12 September 2009

Pokémon SoulSilver is a remake of Pokémon Silver, released in 1999 on a portable Game Boy console. The new version of the game takes advantage of the graphical and audio capabilities offered by DS, as well as the touch screen.