'Pokemon Sun and Moon' Release Date, Latest News & Updates: Check The Latest Nine Minute Trailer, The Difference Between Sun And Moon?

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Nov 04, 2016 09:45 PM EDT

Nintendo is making the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" a soon-to-be phenomenon. Fans of the hit game have indeed something more to look forward to from the Pokemon franchise.

So what is "Pokemon Sun and Moon" all about, and why do players have to pick between the two? The difference between "Pokemon Sun and Moon" is it operates in different time zones.

Pokemon Sun is 12 hours apart from Pokemon Moon. It is about catching a Pokemon by the light of the moon or in broad daylight. You have to fix your schedule for your availability in putting up a Pokemon Time according to Inverse.

It is still the same as the original Pokemon GO as you can also get a unique legendary Pokemons. However, "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will test trainers and their skills based on the time of the day. 

There will be two types of legendary Pokemon named Lunala and Solgaleo. The latter one is a Psychic/Steel type whila Lunala is a Ghost/Psychic. The fighting type of Pokemon named Passimian can be found in Sun. If you prefer a normal/psychic type you can get in the Moon.

Ongaru is a legendary Pokemon that you can find in Moon. Other Pokemon depends on the version that you will choose. An adorable Rock-type puppy named Rockruff evolves in Sun and Moon.

You can also play island trials. In this stage, you will be facing off different Totem Pokemons. In the Melemele Island trial, the Pokemon Sun players will find Gumshoo. If you want to find Alolan Raticate it will appear in Pokemon Moon. Whatever you choose, you can be sure that each version is loaded with exclusive content.

You only have to trust your play skill and prepare a better schedule. This will soon be a phenomenon again according to Hardcoregamer. Start thinking now before "Pokemon Sun and Moon" is released this November 18.

Check on the latest nine minute trailer that features the gameplay of "Pokemon Sun and Moon". For more "Pokemon Sun and Moon" news and updates, stay tuned here in Gamenguide!


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