Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

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Platform: 3DS (2017)
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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is a role-playing adventure game, the seventh generation of Pokemon games, where the player will stop the threat of the villainous Rainbow Rocket Team, unravel the mystery of the legendary pocket monster Necrosm, and explore a new location, the Alola Archipelago.

Distinction of the new games

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are practically copies of Pokemon Sun and Moon, but with a few nice improvements. The player will find new locations and will fight and train new Pokémon. During gameplay, the protagonist will face off against a squad of enemy scouts hailing from a mysterious area. They will challenge during the player's peaceful adventure - don't let them win.

At the end of the game, you can go to a parallel dimension where legendary Pokémon from previous games are hiding - a great way to add to your collection instead of hunting for them in the fields.


The character's goal is the usual: he proves what he's worth and tries to become the best Pokémon trainer in the region. By meeting friends and allies, fighting opponents and villains the player will harden and become the best.

The new storyline seemed less interesting than in the trailer: the gameplay consists of a series of battles. Between battles - dialogues. Let's elaborate. The protagonist finds himself on a group of four islands, between which he can move. He travels around the location and looks for wild pokémon to tame them and rush into battle. The unusual location conceals many new things:

  • The protagonist will receive rewards
  • Help his own Pokémon evolve
  • Increase combat experience
  • Meet new characters
  • Challenge the mysterious and powerful Pokémon (Solgaleo and Lunala - is it possible to stop them?)

To get new pocket pets, you can sell the old ones in the global trading system. When the player receives in-game currency, a huge choice opens up for him.


Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is a good successor to a long story with cool and vibrant graphics, new plot details, and a huge fan base (like the legendary Pokémon Diamond and Pearl).

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System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP

Game Reviews

Pokémon is one of gaming’s most beloved and most recognised series. Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is the last game in the main series to be released on the 3DS. Enhancing the content featured in the previously released Sun and Moon games, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is the perfect send off for the 3DS and the 2010s’ generation of Pokémon games.

Gotta Catch Em All

The story and premise of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon will not surprise anyone familiar with the series so far. The game takes place in the Aloha region, which is based in Hawaii. The player takes control of a young Pokémon trainer who they get to customize. The story is largely the same as the original Pokemon Sun and Moon, albeit with some changes that improve the overall narrative. But players expecting an entirely rehauled story might be disappointed in how much they’ll recognize on their repeat playthrough.

Of course, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon comes with its own set of new Pokémon, which are creative, stylish and imaginative as ever. While mid generation Pokémon might get a lot of criticism from fans of the original set, the newer Pokémon make exploring the boundaries of Melemele Island all the more exciting.

Change For The Better

If new players have the option to play either Sun and Moon or its Ultra counterparts, then its highly recommended that they play Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon instead. These Ultra editions of the original game add much-needed changes, improvements and additions to the core game that make it one of the greatest games in the series to date. Changes to the game’s UI gives the game a brighter and more practical way to manage items, battles and Pokémon. And changes to the game’s pacing and dialogue give the game a faster and more satisfying pace throughout.

Activities like Mantine Surfing and Battle Agency are fantastic new additions to the established Pokémon formula that are easy to dive right into. That said, there is still no way to skip the inevitable tutorial section in which players are slowly told the ins and outs of capturing and owning Pokémon.

A New Dimension

The biggest change to Ultra Sun and Moon has to be in the different dimensions that the player can explore. Totally missing from the original Sun and Moon, the Ultra versions allow players to travel between pocket dimensions through wormholes, giving players the chance to discover new and super legendary Pokémon.

Endgame is improved as well with the Ultra wormhole system, giving the game a much needed energy boost when it comes to replayability once the credits have rolled.


Of course, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is what players might expect from the 3DS’ swan song. It provides one of, if not the best, Pokémon experiences to date. With a huge cast of Pokémon to catch and train, an expansive story, immersive NPC interactions, and new features to the established format, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon demonstrates that Game Freak have all but perfected the Pokémon formula that gives players an experience that they won’t soon forget.


  • Added content for a bigger experience
  • Improves on the foundation of Sun and Moon
  • Changes to story, dialogue and pacing


  • Story changes could have been increased
  • Not much enjoyment for returning players
  • Still has problems that have existed in the series since the beginning

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