Pokemon was first introduced to the world in 1996 in Japan, which became a massive phenomenon both in Japan and internationally. From various video games, to anime and even spin-offs, the franchise has grown from strength to strength – But the same mascot has keep the series recognisable worldwide… And today, we’re going to look at Pikachu’s evolution. We’re not talking about Raichu, nor the baby Pichu, but rather how Pikachu has evolved over the years.
A formulaic franchise on the cusp of a major breaking point, Pokemon Sun & Moon feels like not only another Pokemon game, but it feels like an evolution of the series. A natural change, an interesting progression from the time old tradition of beating a bunch of gyms then the Elite Four of the continent you’re in. But, just how good is Pokemon Sun & Moon and should you make sure to have a copy any time soon? As always, we’re here to check out the good and the bad of a title, so grab your Poke Balls, turn that trainer hat around and let’s go catching some Pokemon!