The Pokemon franchise is arguably one of the most popular and profitable video game franchises ever created. The original handheld games have spawned a variety of sequels and spinoff games that span across various Nintendo systems. Pokemon is a series that not only has a cute charm that draws you in from the many monsters that populate it’s universe, but also some very addictive and appealing characteristics that keeps us all wanting to catch them all again and again. This is definitely the case with almost every single handheld version of a Pokemon that has been made, whether a cannon game or not. Yet outside of side stories and cliché spinoff titles, Nintendo’s home consoles have never really got a true to roots Pokemon title, one that focuses and enhances some of the better aspects of what made the franchise so popular to begin with.