The reviews of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are starting to roll in and reveal some interesting tidbits regarding the upcoming duo of Nintendo 3DS games. According to GameSpot associate editor Kallie Plagge, the main story takes more than 30 hours to complete. In her review, Plagge explained how Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon compare to the original Pokémon Sun and Moon:
Other than the trial tweaks, the next 15 or so hours–roughly the first three islands–are essentially the same as Sun and Moon, but new, small details break up the stretches of repetition. Your Rotom Pokedex asks you questions and makes adorable faces as you get to know it (though it can be a little too chatty at times). You’ll occasionally find a Pokemon in the world that just wants to play with you, and you can do things like play peek-a-boo and even walk through a meadow of playful Pikachu. There are also more side quests to take on, and though they’re rather small requests like catching a specific Pokemon or finding a few Pokemon that are hiding in a particular area, they reward thorough exploration and provide fun distractions in between trials. Talking to everyone, too, has its benefits; there are tons of new silly and cute interactions to be had that add even more personality to Alola and its inhabitants.