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Submitted by F-Inglese-94 519d ago | review

Pokemon X and Pokemon Y: The Official Kalos Region Guidebook [Capsule Computers]

Frank Inglese Writes:

Every generation of Pokemon comes with a whole bunch of different releases from toys to cards and every time a game is released you can be sure that, soon after, there will be a release of a region guidebook. In the past these books have always been great but they were in their prime back before a majority of people playing the game had a constant flow of internet access, now that times have changed and almost everyone owns and can use a computer alongside the internet I feel like the popularity and/or need for these guidebooks is slowly declining. The latest generation of guidebook has just been released and us at Capsule Computers have managed to get our hands on a copy and I’m here today to tell you that I personally think the age of the game guidebook is about to be reborn, specifically for Pokemon. (Culture, Pokemon X and Y) 10/10

nato25  +   519d ago
Gotta get my hands on this

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