Amazon discounts Pokemon Legends: Arceus, already 6.5 million copies sold!

Pokémon Legends: Arceus is already a (another) triumph for Nintendo. The brand new game of the Japanese monster franchise, developed by Game Freak and launched last January 28 on Switch, has in fact immediately established itself on the market with 6.5 million units sold in just a week. We also point out that Amazon Italy is currently offering the game with a substantial discount.

Nintendo has highlighted this remarkable result, which even exceeds those obtained from the latest adventures Pokémon Sword & Pokémon Shield And Pokémon Shining Diamond & Pokémon Shining Pearlwhich had reached respectively 6 million of copies sold in their first seven days on the market. This data is cumulative of the two versions that were released annually on the market, while in the case of Pokémon Legends: Arceus we are talking about a single distributed title.

Set in the evocative region of Hisuiduring a remote era when Pokemon did not yet live in harmony with humans, Pokémon Legends: Arceus is an adventure with a whole new direction that tells the dawn and origins of the entire series, in which players will have the task of creating and completing the first Pokédex of the region of Hisuicapturing, examining and studying i Wild Pokémon.

It is a title that wants to offer an experience that exceeds that offered by the titles of the series up to now, honoring the mechanics typical of the games of the past and introducing at the same time new RPG and action elements.

Amazon Italyperhaps also to ride the media wave of the new game, he decided to discount Pokemon Legends: Arceus with an 18% reduction compared to the base price. When we report the offer, the new Game Freak title is in fact available for about € 49, instead of the € 60 normally requested.

Pokémon Legends: Arceus - Nintendo Switch

Pokémon Legends: Arceus – Nintendo Switch

  • A completely new Pokémon adventure with RPG and action mechanics.
  • Explore the vast open areas of the Hisui region – the Sinnoh of yesteryear – from every angle with the ride-on Pokémon and complete the region’s first Pokédex.

Pokémon Legends: Arceus represents a real revolution for the saga and all the individual innovations it presents to the players make it a highly innovative gaming experience. Starting with the exploration, a fundamental part of the adventure, which will take place within large open areasgiving a feeling of maximum freedom of movement within the entire game world, also favored by the exclusive possibility of riding Pokémon plowing through the air, earth and sky.

As well as the capture of monsters wild animals, which will require a first phase of observation useful to learn the behaviors of the creatures, and then sneak up on them and finally launch the Poké Ball. Unlike what happens in the other games in the series, this last step will directly start the fight without interruption, a new game mechanic that is intended to offer Trainers an even more engaging experience.

The whole combat system differs from the traditional one that i are used to Pokéfan: normally, in fact, the fights take place one turn at a time and each Pokémon has one action available per turn. In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, there are several factors, including for example the statistics of each creature, that determine how many actions each fighter can perform and in what order. Based on these elements, there may be cases where a Pokémon can have several turns in a row and, at the same time, the player can decide how to make the most of the actions at his disposal, whether by unleashing a series of attacks with no holds barred or interspersing them with the cures of strategic allies.

To get the better of it, it will be necessary to alternate between two different styles: the quick technique and the powerful technique. With the first, i Pokémon become faster and attack twice in a row, sacrificing some power, with the second, however, the attacks are more powerful, but you risk having to wait longer before being able to act again.

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