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04-30-12 01:27 AM
| Pokemon Silver- A Bar Raiser
The graphics of Pokémon Silver were revolutionary to the Pokémon games. Not only was the sprites and towns now in color, but effort put into detail is much more astute in these games compared to 1st generation. Compared to other games, not just Pokémon, this games graphics were in the top tier, perhaps in the top 10. Graphics have never been a problem for Pokémon games, between the inventive and creative forms of the Pokémon, to the peculiar ways they depict the actual attacks used.
The music and sound in this game is a step above 1st generation. The Pokémon's cries are now a cut above a simple pronunciation of the Pokémon's species. Now, it is as if there is a particular feeling that is hidden within each cry. The battle music is, as always, a perfect mood setter. Whether it's battling a Gym Leader or fighting a Legendary, the music is always a subtle touch that truly brings the game together.
Like all other Pokémon games, this game is highly addictive. Now with the capabilities of over 250 Pokémon, there are hundreds of possible teams to capture and train. You can play this game a hundred times, and use a different team each time, perhaps keeping 1 or 2 of your favorites. The possibilities are numerous, and the replay value is high.
Unfortunately, the main, glaring weakness of Pokémon games is the repetitive story. In the future, it is somewhat remedied by the introduction of spin-offs such as Mystery Dungeon and Ranger series. But for right now, the story is just rehashed in a new region with a large amount of new Pokémon. All it really is, it seems, is you going around catching Pokémon, building a team and striving to beat the Pokémon League. Not too much of a variation there, except for different Gym Leaders and the introduction of 2 new types, Dark and Steel.
While Pokémon may not shine in the story or plot department, the depth of it is immense. Just try... Read the rest of this Review
Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy
09-30-11 11:18 AM
| Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Academy
Graphics: The graphics are alright. Nothing too amazing for a Yugioh game but they get the job done. However it becomes too pixelated at some points, and the monotony of placing the cards can take its toll after awhile.
Sound: The sounds in this game are nothing superb. They leave a lot to be desired, and become very boring or predictable after a set time.
Addictiveness: This is where, like all Yugioh games, this game becomes redeemable. The possibilities of your deck, and the vast amount of cards to create it with, makes this game repeatable for a long time. There are many card options, and many decks that can be thought of to suit your play style.
Story: The story here is mediocre at best. All it basically is, you constantly striving to be the "King Of Games", with some events thrown in here and there. While the events do introduce other characters, some of them important, the game's story is quite linear and simple.
Depth: This game doesn't have a huge size of game play. It's mainly monthly duel exams, daily duels, and some events thrown in. This doesn't create a whole lot of depth, and if it weren't for the fact you need to win a minimum of 100 duels, then this game would be quite short.
Difficulty: The main difficulty any Yugioh game has, is the learning of its rules honestly. Once a gamer has a solid foundation in the rules, they can start winning their duels even with the mediocre beginner decks provided.
Overall this game can be entertaining, and perhaps a bit addictive. However it is quite simple, and the plot isn't the most interesting. I would recommend this game if you had some free time and you enjoy dueling.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon - Red Rescue Team
04-20-11 09:56 AM
| Pkmn Mystery Dungeon Red
The Mystery Dungeon series have always been special to me, mainly because it allowed me to effectively BE the Pokemon for once. This whole concept changed how I played Pokemon, and was a welcome distraction from my normal gaming.
The graphics are about as good as other GBA games, and being able to see attack in real-time is cool. However it didn't really pop out to me.
Sound and music was ok, and hearing some sound effects to the moves I used was interesting. Personally I didn't like the music tracks all too much but everyone has their own tastes you know?
This game can be highly replayable for 2 reasons. One is the large amount of starters to choose from, as you get over 10 choices for either gender. The second is that every dungeon has a random floor generator, making it never be the same as last time.
The story I liked, and had a few twists in it to throw me off. Thankfully it wasn't one surprise after another, but the overall plot was sufficient for this game.
The game was a decent length, and having about a dozen dungeons before beating the main plot was enough to keep many occupied. Having several dungeons and legendaries afterwards too helped prolong the game. While it isn't on the scale of lets say Final Fantasy, it is still a pretty long game.
Difficulty, is like all other Pokemon games. Based on the Pokemon you choose and if you choose to train, the game can be difficult or easy. Admittedly Rayquaza at the end is a bit tough if you can't attack it for super-effective, but overall the game is a decent amount of difficulty.
Pokemon Shiny Gold
04-19-11 02:58 PM
| Shiny Gold
I thank you very much for remaking this series. I dont have HG or SS so this is a great way to replay Johto. The only reason it\'s a low rating is because of the not 100% remake.
The graphics are as always pretty good. Games on the GBA usually have good graphics and the Pokemon series takes advantage of that. Especially how you change around some of the areas, and update some of the graphics and palettes.
The music in Pokemon games are usually pretty good, and this is no exception. The battles, Gym Leaders, Legendaries, and overall town and route music leaves little to be desired.
Pokemon games always rank high in addictiveness, simply because the large amount of Pokemon allow for numerous teams to be formed. This causes many runs through the game, each more diverse then the last.
The story, while decent, is basically repeated throughout each Pokemon game you play. And since this is a hack remake, that forces you to fall into the same category. Other hacks create their own story but yours is still enough.
The depth, like most other Pokemon games, allows for hours to be consumed playing this games. I have no problems with the amount of time needed to complete this game.
Difficulty for Pokemon games is all up to yourself. Depending on the types and species you choose it can be hard or easy. However the GSC era was more difficult in general due to the alarmingly low levels of trainers and Wild Pokemon. This leads most people to be underlevelled when challenging the E4.
Lufia II - Rise of the Sinistrals
04-19-11 02:45 PM
| Lufia II Review
This game is very good and personally I feel one of the better RPGs I've played.
The graphics of this game are very smooth and well put together. It ranks in the Top 5 of the the SNES for me. Animations and sprites are good for the graphics allowed.
The music is also good. It fits in well with many aspects of the game, and certain scenes have a good track to keep the mood. Some of the sounds were a bit basic though, so it lowered the overall appeal.
One of the bigger problems with this game is that I feel like after beating it maybe once or twice I won't come back to play it. For games like this often times you explore or beat everything your first/second run through.
The story, however, is good. While the whole cliche idea of "Warrior destined to save world" is use a lot, it has also proven to make for many good games.This is an example as this game has a strong plot and doesn't send you on pointless quests.
It is also a fairly long game, which means it will occupy you for some time. This is good as personally I prefer games that take a decent amount of time, as they leave an impact on me more then a random game that takes an hour to complete.
The difficulty is enough to pose a challenge, but not enough to deter the less then focused players. For some games, unless you are ready to grind your levels just to get past certain points you are stuck. This game provides a decent challenge if you just follow the game without hours of training.
Overall I found this game to be quite compelling. For the SNES it ranks up there with other great works for me like the Final Fantasy games. This is a game I'm happy to have been recommended to play, and I enjoy adding it to my repertoire of beaten games.
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