Nexomon: Extinction Nintendo Switch Physical Edition

by PQube

$69.95 AUD

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Nexomon: Extinction is a return to classic monster catching games, complete with a brand-new story, eccentric characters and over 300 unique Nexomon to trap and tame.

The world is on the brink of extinction as mighty Tyrant Nexomon fight for dominion over humans and monsters. Join the guild of tamers and begin an epic journey to restore balance before all hope is lost...

Features 

  • Begin Your Journey - Leave the orphanage you grew up in, choose your first Nexomon and start your life as a Tamer.
  • Explore a world teeming with Nexomon - Trap and tame over 300 brand-new Nexomon from eleven elemental types, each with powerful evolutions. 
  • Join the Fight - Tyrant Nexomon roam free and the Tamer's Guild is stretched to the limit, can you change the tide of the battle?
  • Battle Trainers and Tyrants - Step up and take on would-be challengers and dangerous foes in beautifully animated turn-based battles.
  • Discover Diverse Regions - From arid deserts to freezing tundra, navigate challenging environments and manage their effects on your Nexomon.
  • Immerse yourself in the world of Nexomon - Uncover secrets, stumble upon side-quests and encounter a raft of eccentric characters.
  • Train hard to become the greatest – Dynamic difficulty will see the world around you get more challenging as you progress, as even defeated trainers come back stronger than before and ready to battle again! 

Specifications

  • Languages: English/French/Italian/German/Spanish
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15 Oct 2021
Matt
Australia Australia
Scratching the collection itch

I went into Nexomon blind in an attempt to capture that Pokemon itch. It worked to varying degrees. It's very pretty, mechanically sound, with a predictable level of challenge. It probably doesn't do enough to really push the core gameplay, but it still warrants a look in for anyone in a similar position to me, or looking for a safe game to gift children.