If there is one thing every player, or at least those with a Nintendo console, wish for is a full blown "Pokemon" game for a home console. Although there have been a few RPGs released for consoles, like "Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness" on the GameCube, we have yet to receive something as high quality as any of the handheld titles.

This could be set to change shortly, as during a recent interview with Bloomberg, "Pokemon" CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara revealed that the company is interested in taking the franchise to the next level.

Whole different world

"A high-definition TV you can express a whole different world with graphics and sound," explained Tsunekazu Ishihara.

He added that the handheld "Pokemon" games are designed for a single player experience. Yes, people can take part in multiplayer fights, but the story and gameplay are designed for someone to enjoy on their own.

This will change if a proper console game is made since players can now go home and play with everyone. We understand what the CEO is saying, especially with how popular "Pokemon GO" ended up being, but most players will be perfectly happy with a single player RPG set in the much-loved universe.

'Pokemon Go'

It's hard not to credit this recent interest in making a mainline "Pokemon" game available on the Nintendo Switch to the success of "Pokemon Go." The multiplayer game took the entire world by storm upon its release, as we finally could catch our own "Pokemon" and live out a childhood fantasy.

Regarding gameplay, "Pokemon Go" is kind of terrible, but its popularity is due to the emotion it makes us feel rather than the gameplay itself. Nostalgia is a highly powerful tool, and few franchises hold a place in our hearts like "Pokemon."

'Pokemon Ultra Sun' and 'Ultra Moon'

Until the day we finally get a proper console "Pokemon" title, we will just have to make do with Nintendo's handheld consoles.

"Pokemon Ultra Sun" and "Ultra Moon" are set to be released on November 17, and feature a separate story from "Pokemon Sun" and "Moon."

At this point, there is nothing these games can do that will surprise us. Speaking honestly, it is perfectly fine if they keep on doing the same thing for the rest of time, as the "Pokemon" formula is proven to work well.

"Pokemon Ultra Sun" and "Ultra Moon" will be available on the Nintendo 3DS and feature a few new "Pokemon" and rare forms of fan favorites like Pikachu and Lycanroc. Stay tuned.