Pokémon Sword (Switch)
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- Play as a Pokémon trainer and choose from Grookey, Scorbunny, or Sobble Pokemon partners
- Travel through the Galar region and go head-to-head against the troublemakers of Team Yell
- Solve the mystery behind the Legendary Pokemon, Zacian and Zamazenta
- Explore the Wild Area, where you can freely control the camera
- Team up with friends locally or online in Max Raid Battles, where you'll face off against Dynamax Pokemon
Note: A Nintendo Switch Online membership may be required for online play. Please check the game detail page on Nintendo.com for membership requirements.
Note: Additional games, systems, and/or accessories (sold separately) may be required for multiplayer mode.
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Of the 5 reviewers who responded, 5 would recommend this product.
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- Taken Pokémon to a whole new level!- December 2, 2019
I love everything about this game! No complaints at all so far and I'm 14 hours into the game. The only thing I wish you could do at the beginning of the game is really customize your character. Like hair color and style and body shape. I am also pretty disappointed with the starters for this generation though.
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- pokemon sword- December 25, 2019
geat time. like the battle system, however, some of the fight scenes can be better. overall, great game
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- Amazing!- December 1, 2019
Okay, I hate the nitpicks about this game. Who cares if it reuses a couple models from the 3DS games, Who cares if it has the same amount of content as the other games? It’s still a great Pokémon game and the reason for the price is the whole experience of a main series Pokémon game on a home console. For the first time a main series Pokémon game is on a home console ( The let’s go games are spinoffs ). Can we all just say that this is a great Pokémon game with some major ups and minor downs?
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- Too Much Talking- January 10, 2020
Last pokemon game i played was on gameboy and i was super happy to get this game, but come on i start the game and its none stop text reading then when you think you can start walking to play the game someone comes up and more talking, i am at the first gym and i just walk maybe 2cm and somoene wants to battle me or just talk, i took me 30 mins in text reading and battles just to get to the other town and once you got there the kid shows up with more text to read and wants to battle... Why is it just hard to play the game with out all of these interactions, if i wanted to read i would buy a book would cost a lot less too. not very happy with this game and i think this will be the last game ill be playing maybe it was fun when i was a kid and this game got parts that i do like but the text and battles every 2cm you walk is just out of control
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- So much to explore- November 24, 2019
This is definitely a step up from previous generations of pokemon and they have taken advantage of it being on the switch very well. There is so much area to explore in the game, mainly the wild area that once the main adventure is complete there is still lots more to do. I don't believe that they took full advantage of the capabilities of graphics and it is disappointing that they cut so many pokemon from the game but it is still very exciting.
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