Temtem review

Eleanor Wilson

Temtem is a creature-collection adventure game set in the world of Airborne Archipelago. It is heavily inspired by the Pokémon series, with many similar mechanics. The game is a creature-collection game in which the player collects and trains Temtem creatures to battle against other tamers. 


In Temtem, you are a tamer, someone who travels the world and collects different Temtem. There are six different elements in the game – Earth, Air, Water, Fire, Light, and Dark. Each element has its own strengths and weaknesses. For example, Water is strong against Fire but weak against Earth. 

Temtem is an adventure game at its core. You’ll be exploring different islands, completing quests, and battling other tamers. The game features a six-on-six battle system, which is a little different from games like Pokémon. You can have up to six Temtem in your party at any time, and you can switch between them at any time. 

There are also a few other things to note about the battle system. First, the battles are all turn-based. Second, moves have cooldowns, so you can’t spam the same move over and over again. Third, moves can have different effects, such as inflicting status effects or poisoning the opponent. Finally, you can only use one of each type of move per battle. 

The game is pretty easy to pick up and play, but it does have a fair amount of depth. There is a lot of different Temtem to collect, and each one has its own unique moves. You’ll also want to level up your Temtem and equip them with the best gear. There are a lot of strategies to consider when building your party and battling other tamers. 


The graphics in Temtem are simply stunning. The islands are all brightly colored and look like they’re from a dream. The character models are also well-done, and the animations are smooth. 


Temtem is a game that you can easily sink hours into. There are a lot of content to explore. There are also a lot of different ways to play the game. You can focus on completing the story, collecting all the Temtem, or battling other tamers. 


The controls in Temtem are simple and easy to learn. You can move around with the left analog stick, and you can use the face buttons to interact with things. The game also supports controllers, so you can use a controller if you prefer. 


Overall, Temtem is a great game that is worth picking up. The graphics are stunning, the battle system is deep and engaging, and there’s a lot of content to explore. The game is also constantly being updated with new content, so you’ll always have something to do.

  • Graphics 9
  • Gameplay 10
  • Controls 10
  • Replay Value 9

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