Top 3 Pokemon Games

Posted by devender on June 26th, 2019

What are the best Pokémon games? Ranking such awesome games proved a lot more difficult than we first anticipated, given how most of them ended up being crowned as the best games of their particular generation.

But we did due diligence, taking into account our own review scores, your user scores, and the opinions of critics across the web. We popped it all in a pot, gave it a big stir, and - as we always do - sprinkled in some of our secret sauce to arrive at this list.

So read on for where each of the mainline Pokémon games sit in our ranking order, from the less good to the very best. To be clear, this is just the mainline entries – the games that introduced a new generation of Pokémon to the mix, their sequels, and the ultimate versions of those games.

So here is the list of top 3 Pokemon Games ever.

Pokemon Diamond and Pearl (DS)

 

Pokémon Diamond & Pearl is the first DS entry in the monster-collecting franchise, and it introduced a bunch of new features. For the first time ever, you could play over the internet and battle other trainers globally, or use DS Wireless to play locally. 

Other new features include increasing the times of day from three to five, a revamp of the moves system, and, of course, a brand new generation of monsters.

So far it all sounds pretty positive, so why does it sit at the bottom of this list? Well, the general gameplay flow wasn't really changed all that much from its predecessors, and both the visuals and audio weren't particularly well-received. 

It's still an excellent game – as all mainline Pokémon games are – but the lack of gameplay revamp and the dodgy visuals and audio did hurt it somewhat.

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

 

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon suffer from similar issues as Diamond & Pearl. This is an expanded version of the seventh generation Sun and Moon and includes new story elements, Ultra Beasts, and new forms for the Legendary Pokémon Necrozma. 

Alongside all of this is the ability to surf, take photos with your Pokémon, and to collect Totem Stickers.

There are definitely some nice new features there that provide more of what you love from Sun and Moon, but it's not enough to bump it above the other mainline Pokémon entries.



Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire

 

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire was the first entry in the franchise to grace the Game Boy Advance, and introduced double battles, allowing each trainer in a battle to fight with two Pokémon, and multi battles, which saw two teams of two trainers battle each other.

The Pokémon themselves were also changed up a little bit, with each species now having innate abilities like being immune to certain moves. Each individual Pokémon also now has nature, which affects the statistics of that Pokémon directly.

Conclusion:

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