Back in August last year, I was super excited about the prospect of the first Pokémon game to ever hit the Switch. There was a lot I was looking forward to; from the Pokéball Plus to playing multiplayer, and especially finally being able to walk around with my Pokémon again.
I kind of resigned myself to not being able to play it right away, because we didn’t have a Switch and because we didn’t have the money to buy ourselves one.
But then, for Christmas, I got one. And what was the first game I bought for it?
That’s right: Pokémon Let’s Go Eevee. Continue reading “Pokémon Let’s Go: A Girly Geek Review”
A few months ago, we got one of the fastest Pokémon remakes ever in the form of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.
These two followed just a year after their original releases, which was a bit of a surprise when, you know, it took us 11 years to get a Hoenn remake, and we’ve pretty much given up on ever seeing Sinnoh again.
At the time, I was very happy to dig through everything the Internet would tell me about the new games. I spent several hours busily investigating new features, reading up on fan theories, and just generally learning new things. Continue reading “Why I’m Excited for Pokémon on the Switch”
Today is Pokémon Day, the annual celebration of all our wonderful memories of the world of pocket monsters.
Twenty-two years ago today, Pokémon Red and Green came to the Game Boy for the first time, triggering an obsession that would span decades, age groups, and continents. The game title shows no sign of slowing down, even now, and whispers of a game for the Switch are keeping the spirit alive.
In honour of this momentous day, I thought I’d take the time and regale you of one girl’s first memory of Pokémon. So stay a while, and listen. Continue reading “The Tale of Tiny Erin’s First Pokémon Cards”
I have to be honest here for a minute.
I was completely stuck about what to write about this week. There are times when I get a billion good ideas and they basically write themselves, but this was not one of those weeks.
It wasn’t until I was going through a series of pictures I’d set up for next week’s Instagram that I realized that the perfect subject was sitting right under my nose. Continue reading “Pokémon Pearl: The Quest for Shaymin”
One of the biggest struggles facing gamers today is that of the backlog.
This is a vicious cycle that begins when many, many games hit the market, and there just isn’t enough time to play them all.
Such a terrible problem, right?
Sarcasm aside, I spent some time this week coming up with the games I want to play this year. Obviously, it was a bit of a daunting list, so here are the top three! Continue reading “Mission Possible: My 2018 Game List”