10 Things We Hate About Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon

Increased Difficulty

After finishing Pokemon Sun & Moon, most players were surprised by how easy the leveling had been for Wild Pokemon, other Trainers, and Totem Pokemon. The games were so easy to get through the first time around that a number of players were hoping and voicing desire for an increased level of difficulty the second time around in Alola. The Pokemon Company did this exact thing in Pokemon Ultra Sun & Pokemon Ultra Moon, but no player could’ve expected just how hard they would make things. If you thought your second journey through the Alolan Region would be a cakewalk, you would be in for a serious shock.

Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon are so difficult that even seasoned veterans of the gaming series are having trouble making it through without all of their Pokemon fainting (and thus blacking out to a Pokemon Center) on a number of occasion. The basic trainers you find from one town to the next have grown in strength… The Totem Pokemon have become increasingly difficult to handle… The Legendary Pokemon are now found at even higher levels… Even key characters, such as Hau, Gladion, and the Kahunas of each island, have also grown all the more stronger in terms of battling…

And if that wasn’t bad enough, just wait until you enter the Team Rainbow Rocket Episode after the Main Story has concluded and you have become the first ever champion of the Alola Region. Never before has the Mainstream Pokemon Games seen six trainers as strong as what the Former Antagonist Group Leaders have become, all of which that use either a Legendary Pokemon or Mega Evolution on their teams. If your Pokemon aren’t properly leveled and you don’t carry the proper number of healing items, you will not survive in this version of the Alola Region.

Posted: 26th Apr 2018 by Warrior13
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