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Preview: Pokemon Conquest

I made the harrowing decision to pass on Pokémon Black and White when they released, which I never expected to do, as an avid fan of Pokémon. It’s still a choice that doesn’t sit quite well with me (I think Smugleaf is one of the best Pokémon in a long time and am dying to train one) but passing on Pokémon spinoffs has historically been a much more painless decision. They’ve ranged from “bad” to “probably bad, but I secretly enjoyed it” to “the best game on the N64.
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