Vewo Interactive’s mobile Pokemon clone, Nexomon: Extinction, is making the leap from iOS and Android to home consoles and PC this summer. The company made the announcement via a tweet on the PQube Asia account on May 13th, 2020.
We’re thrilled to announce #NexomonExtinction – a return to classic monster catching games, with a cast of eccentric characters and over 300 unique Nexomon to trap, tame & evolve!
— PQube Asia (@PQubeAsia) May 13, 2020
If you’re unable to view the attached trailer in the tweet, they released a full-sized version on each of the main console channels, so you can check it out below.
Wow… so that was actually my first time actually seeing the game in action. And um… well… as some of you know, I’m not a fan of Flash-style animations. I think they’re the bane of 2D sprite designs, mostly because I feel that the Flash approach is usually lazily implemented and the characters rarely ever move smoothly or convincingly enough.
But look, that’s just my opinion and it has no bearing on whether or not you’re allowed to like a game like Nexomon: Extinction.
Some of the commenters are arguing about whether or not it’s worth playing over Temtem and I can openly say that so long as there are no pronouns in the profiles and no promotional of LGBTQIA+ content in a game rated ‘E’ for Everyone, then Nexomon is already leagues better than Temtem.
You can look for Nexomon: Extinction to arrive this summer for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
(Thanks for the news tip Ebicentre)