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Submitted by SkirkRidgeEX 617d ago | review

One Hit Pixel Review: Pokémon X/Y

One Hit Pixel: "Probably the biggest system-seller for the 3DS in the near future, Pokémon X & Y heralds in the sixth generation – a franchise that has not only made Nintendo a modest fortune, but has one of the most dedicated fan-bases to date. The notion that this is a franchise that is child friendly is a welcome one, but there exists a competitive meta-game that has fascinated the older fans. Balance is precise, meaning that not every Pokémon is created equal. Pokémon X & Y introduces a lot of new features, but will the new type and Mega-Evolutions upset this delicate balance?" (3DS, Pokemon X and Y) A-/A+

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