'Pokemon Sun and Moon' Latest News & Update: Title Nerfs One Creature, May Not Be Last; Overpowering An Issue? Gen 2 Arriving?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 23, 2016 10:04 AM EST
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"Pokemon Sun and Moon" already showed what could come forth for the franchise, and as the hype has now ascended, there may be some traits to be aware of. Despite the relative "Pokemon Go" having the spotlight, Game Freak's latest continuity sparks intrigue as well-even those that may not be too well.

Those who may know of the "Pokemon" series will most likely be able to recall that "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire" homes one of rather powerful creatures in it. Known as Talonflame, a falcon-esque Pokemon with recognizable strength, is said to also be part of the existing "Pokemon Sun and Moon." However, it may no longer be the case now for the said title.

Recent reports noted that "Pokemon Sun and Moon" allegedly nerfed Talonflame on a big scale and is no longer the seemingly catastrophic creature it once was with "Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire." Being the last evolution coming from Fletchling and Fletchinder, the Fire and Flying type Pokemon was one of the most famous entries in past championships of the franchise. This is highly justifiable by the move "Gale Wings." Even with this weakening, however, Talonflame is still considerably strong to use in the title, but this leads to the dread of players for other creatures.

It was not yet divulged as to whether nerfs will also come respectively for the other creatures that may eventually be part of "Pokemon Sun and Moon." Overpowered creatures are seemingly an utter concern for players of the franchise, such as the case of the theory stating Tyranitar being one of the strongest if to come to "Pokemon Go." Other than that, the fact remains that the Alolan version and the new creatures for the game will serve adequately to the fans.

Some fans also agree that "Pokemon Sun and Moon" could do well for the newly introduced Nintendo Switch. Reports say in the past that the new title has such a massive following that bringing it to the particular console could immensely push further forward their sales.

Does "Pokemon Sun and Moon" have a more thorough plan for the future? Stay posted for more news and updates here at GamenGuide.

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