Pokémon Masters – My Thoughts.
(AfroGamers.com) Recently, I got to check out a brand new Pokémon game and it was one that I had been eagerly waiting for since it was announced for mobile several months ago and the name of the new Pokémon game for mobile is called Pokémon Masters.
Upon first playing it, I immediately fell in love with this game because the battle scenes are very reminiscent of the old school Pokémon games that I used to play back in the day from The Original Game Boy to Game Boy Advance.
Here’s a little known fact about me: I’ve always been a fan of Pokémon games ever since playing Pokémon Red/Blue when they came out for The Original Game Boy about a little over 20 years ago. I even remember watching some of the old Pokémon anime episodes from back in the day as well because The Pokémon Franchise has been a huge part of my life.
Here’s some things that I like about Pokémon Masters.
Gameplay – The gameplay for Pokémon Masters is very different from the typical gameplay found in Pokémon games where the battles are mostly 1-on-1. But in Pokémon Masters, you get to have a very fun and competitive 3-on-3 battles with 3 of your favorite Pokémon trainers from the video game and anime series such as Brock and Misty. In these 3-on-3 battles, the goal is to craft strategies that will work in your favor so that it will increase your chances of winning because without a strategy, you’re definitely bound to lose.
Synch Pairs – While you’re in a 3-on-3 battle against your opponent, synch pairs appear after a certain number of turns have passed, a special ultimate attack appears called “Synch Pair” in which the s Pokémon does the special ultimate attack at the given command of the trainer. There are many “Synch Pairs” to get in the game, but if you wanna get some of the best ones, you’ll have to spend about 3,000 crystals via microtransactions in order to obtain them which will definitely come in handy for future battles.
Easier Leveling Up – In many Pokémon games from the past and present, if you did like an hour grind, chances are you would get to at least level 10, but after that becomes even harder to do unless you beat regular trainers and gym leaders to get your Pokémon to level up. Now it Pokémon Masters, it’s now easier to level up after you reach level 10. If you feel like using a special item called “Level Up Manual” that’s designed to level up your Synch Pairs aka trainers w/ Pokémon that will help them prepare for much tougher battles down the road so that you won’t lose along the way to the Pokémon League Championship.
The Conclusion – Pokémon Masters is a very fun and enjoyable game to play on mobile especially if you’re bored and don’t have anything else to do in your spare time.
Staff Writer; Kwame Shakir (aka Joe D.)