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Pokemon Sun

Pokemon Sun

Compatible with Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)
For US/Canada systems.
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  • Set out on an adventure as a Pokémon Trainer in the new Alola Region
  • Choose one of the three new Partner Pokémon - Rowlet, Litten and Popplio
  • Discover the mystery behind the new Legendary Pokémon Solgaleo and Lunala
  • Discover new Pokémon to catch, battle and trade



In the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon games, embark on an adventure as a Pokémon Trainer and catch, battle and trade all-new Pokémon on the tropical islands of the Alola Region. Engage in intense battles, and unleash new powerful moves. Discover and interact with Pokémon while training and connecting with your Pokémon to become the Pokémon Champion!

The Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon games for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems represent the seventh and latest installment of the core Pokémon series.

further info

Official Release Date Nov 18, 2016
Genre RPG
Version  US
  ESRB Everyone
Titles rated E (Everyone) have content that may be suitable for ages 6 and older. Titles in this category may contain minimal cartoon, fantasy or mild violence and/or infrequent use of mild language.
PAX-Code PAX0007821530
Catalog No.  CTR-P-BNDE
Item Code  0045496743925
Players  1-4


customer reviews

Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:24

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GX6000 (113) on 13, Apr. 2017 00:24 (HKT)
Great Pokemon game!
A great game with several language options, side missions, and cool new pokemon!
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willjutsu (6) on 20, Feb. 2017 20:30 (HKT)
This game is a completely different compared to the past Pokémon games. New mechanics and gameplay makes it a lot easier for newcomers to this franchise.
[Do you think this review was helpful? ] (51) on 17, Jan. 2017 14:53 (HKT)
Pokemon Forever
I've been playing these nonstop since I got them – I've already clocked in 100 hours actually!! If you are a Pokémon fan, these are a must buy, whether you've been playing for 20 years or just got into the franchise. Between the two, I'm a bit partial to Pokémon moon just because I prefer some of the Pokémon in that version. I also like the displaced time mechanism, and quite frankly, it has a way cooler legendary mascot. So if you're deciding between the two definitely go with moon!
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jp1363 (1) on 10, Jan. 2017 18:04 (HKT)
I Love Pokemon!
Recieved pokemon sun from play-asia
I can play this all day!
love the new gerneration :)
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deoxys101 (2) on 27, Dec. 2016 18:14 (HKT)
Pokémon Moon (and Sun) is the best of the series by far.
I used to just see recent Pokémon games as an EV/IV inheritance simulator wrapped up in passable graphics and an okay story—that is, until I finished Pokémon Moon.

You see, I've been playing this game series for well over a decade now. I could have easily started with Gen 1, but my first console was a Game Boy Advance, so I started from there with Gens 3 to 6 and all the remakes in between. Nostalgia aside, I never really was attached to the story much. I guess the closest I got was with Omega Ruby's postgame, but that's really just some increased interest rather than full attachment. Gen 7, however, just turned everything around.

For the first time in my life, I felt sad after finishing a Pokémon game. I felt attached to the story all of a sudden—and I'm already 23. I couldn't believe it; I'd thought I was well past the age where a Pokémon game's storyline mattered to me. Pokémon Moon proved me wrong in the best way possible. Sure, it's not The Last of Us in terms of story, but it sure has surpassed all the Pokémon games before it.

It won't hook you like your favorite story-driven AAA titles, but it's certainly a welcome change of pace compared to what the series stood for before. The ambiance, the characters, and even the Pokémon themselves all combined to make a game that is not only worth playing for its improvements over its predecessors, but also worth playing for all the new things that it brings to the table. And going by how Pokémon Moon went, I can safely say that I haven't been this excited for the future of the Pokémon franchise before, even if I'm already well past the normal age demographic of the series.

Granted, I didn't like all of the new features (I'm not a fan of player connectivity options being exclusive to the Festival Plaza at all—I would have appreciated that all connectivity options remained in a revamped Player Search System (PSS) instead, which was introduced last generation), but that didn't stop me from enjoying this game at all.

Overall, I will gladly remember this game as one of the best in the series, if not the best of them overall. The drawbacks were there, but those did not ruin my experience of Pokémon Moon, which I'm glad to say is one of the best I've ever played in the series. I honestly can't wait for what this series will do next.

That fanmade commercial was true, after all (; I grew up and "evolved," and so the franchise grew up and "evolved" with me.
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