Hello armies! This is Mr. Frog again and today we will talk about another first impression of a game that I recently played, a 5v5 fast action and a smart strategy game. A MOBA-style free to play team battles. The Pokemon Unite.
Pokemon Unite is a combination of MOBA-style tactics as well as classic Pokemon. Although the game is completely free to play, you will need to purchase Unite Licences from the ingame shop in order to use those Pokemon in matches. Unite Licenses can either be purchased with Aeos Coins which are in-game currency, or with a premium currency, purchased with real money. It’s free to play on Nintendo Switch, as well as mobile devices.
Each player picks one Pokemon before they go into battle. Each Pokemon is unique and has its strengths and weaknesses. The moves that their Pokemon can learn and the items they will be able to use in battle are determined by the players. As battles progress, Pokemon will become stronger and learn more moves. Find the right moves for you by practicing! To get the best out of your Pokemon, you can give it up to three items to keep. There are more than 15 types of items that can be held, so choose the one that complements your Pokemon’s moves. During battle, players defeat wild Pokemon or opposing Pokemon and collect the Aeos energy they drop. To score points for their team, players must deposit the Aeos energy in one of their opponent’s goal zones. The team with the most points wins at the end of the battle! To earn points, work with your team and defend your goal zones. This will limit your opponent’s chances of scoring.
Keep battling to earn in-game rewards, such as more Pokemon and Outfits for Trainers. You can also unlock rewards with Aeos Gems that can be used to purchase real-world currency. Keep an eye out for wild Legendary Pokemon that are powerful and can change the course quickly. Pokemon Unite fans have experienced intense emotions, but now they get to actually play the game.
Overall, Pokemon Unite’s gameplay is solid. It features the same five-on-five arena format as Dota 2 or LoL, but instead of knocking down towers, teams compete to capture as many Pokemon within the time limit. The game is worth a try for anyone. Pokemon Unite offers a strong entry point to the MOBA genre for those who were intimidated by League of Legends and Dota 2. This is a new and fun take on the series, which is well worth exploring. There’s no reason not to try this one out, though.
This game is great. I love the feel of this game. Graphics, mechanics, and UI are great. The game is smooth and easy to navigate. This game is a mix of pokemon and league of legends. If you enjoy both of these games you will enjoy this one.
Well, that’s it for now. Leave a comment below if you have any questions or you want me to feature other games. Thank you again and see you next one.
- Mr. Frog HUBient