Nexomon: Extinction – Why I love this game

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Video by Matt S.

It’s so easy to dismiss Nexomon: Extinction as a simple Pokemon clone. It looks like it might be one, but as it turns out, the game has a personality and style all of its own… and it’s *excellent.*

In this video, I discuss the qualities that make this game so much better than a B-tier clone. From its humour to its character designs and some excellent turn-based combat, I do think that this game will surprise more than a few people who had different expectations of it.

Are you playing Nexomon? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

– Matt S. 
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