Here’s the best price on Pokémon Sun and Moon in Australia
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Like a majestic Phoenix (or Moltres), the Pokémon GO hype has all but burnt up. From its ashes, Pokémon Sun and Moon will rise to take the world by storm all over again.
Officially the 7th generation of Pokémon's core series, Sun and Moon are finally shaking up the well-trodden formula. The Hawaii-inspired Alola replaces Gyms and Gym Leaders with Island Trials and Kahunas, and legendaries with mythical Island Guardians.
There's also been a massive overhaul to Pokémon's battle UI this generation. Rather than trawling Bulbapedia for info during a battle, type effectiveness and weaknesses are shown in the move menu.
In place of gym badges are Z stones, items that give all the expected bonuses while also unlocking an epic cinematic attack for a particular type. Best of all, they're completely transferrable, unlike painful Hidden Machine's from previous generations.
We'll have our review up soon, but in the meantime, here are the best prices you can get Pokémon Sun and Moon for in Australia.
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