Pokémon Quest

Review by Elijah Martin
20 Jul 2021
5
  • Author: The Pokemon Company
  • Version: 1.0.4
  • Size: 58M
  • Last update: 06 Dec 2018

Pokémon Quest is a video game that was released on June 27, 2018. The game, developed by GAME FREAK and published by Nintendo, is a free-to-start title that is currently available on the Nintendo Switch. Pokémon Quest is a game that is targeted to a younger audience, and the game is fairly similar to the mobile game Pokémon Go.

Gameplay

Gameplay consists of exploring Tumblecube Island and completing Quests in order to find new Pokémon and collect loot. Players will start by choosing one of three teams and will only be able to battle against the other two teams. There are two different types of Quests: Exploration and Recipe. Exploration Quests are quests where players need to find an item that is hidden somewhere on the map. Recipe Quests are quests where players need to cook food that will attract specific Pokémon.

Graphics

The graphics in Pokémon Quest are bright and simple. The game has a top-down perspective, which may be off-putting for some. However, this perspective works well for a game that is targeted to a younger audience. The game is also colorful, which is appealing to children.

Information about replayability

The replayability of Pokémon Quest is limited, as the game only offers a limited amount of quests. The game starts out with a limited number of quests, and the player has to find more quests to do so. There are also limited items that can be obtained, which could lead to players grinding quests to get more items.

Pros

  • The game is free-to-start, meaning it does not require a large initial purchase
  • Does not require constant internet connection, meaning players can play without Wi-Fi or mobile data
  • The graphics are bright and colorful
  • Is targeted to a younger audience
  • Is short, only requiring about 15-20 minutes of gameplay
  • The game is easy and straightforward to play
  • The game is not too challenging, meaning the game is more of a casual experience

Cons

  • The game is short and there are only a limited number of quests
  • The graphics are top-down, which may be off-putting to some
  • The game is targeted to a younger audience
  • The game requires constant internet connection
  • The game is fairly similar to the mobile game Pokémon Go

Conclusion

Pokémon Quest is a cute and colorful game that is easy to pick up and play. The game is easy and straightforward, and the game is fairly similar to Pokémon Go. The game is free-to-start, and no large initial purchase is needed. However, the game is fairly short and offers a limited number of quests. The game is geared toward a younger audience and may not be enjoyable to older players.