While the gameplay hasn’t changed much from the two original Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games, there are certainly visual improvements to appreciate. By also polishing up the gameplay loop from the older games, players should find plenty to enjoy that way as well. Players take a personality test when booting up the game that will influence the gameplay for example, mostly in subtle ways.
Players take on the role of a Pokémon who has been tasked with a simple mission of exploration and rescue. As you explore the dark caves and other locales of the Pokémon world, there will be lost Trainers and Pokémon that you have to help out. It’s an exercise in both brainpower and time management to get them out before you yourself get trapped.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is set to launch on March 6th for the Nintendo Switch.