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I don't know about the rest of the world, but I love Pokémon Snap. It's a very simple camera game, and by very simple I mean not even a single drop of difficulty. Pokémon Snap is easily beatable within an hour or two. After a while it kind of becomes a game of beating your highest score. However, you have a splendid time doing so.

Overall I rated this game an 8.3, although I love the game I can't really call it much of a serious one. You just take pictures, never once do you battle anything, it is definitely much more different than your average Pokémon game. You don't even move your character ever. The game was based around a character Ash had met in the anime Snap, who is a Pokémon photographer. Graphics were really good in this game, I rated them an 8. They look nice and pretty solid and cleaned up, at times however one Pokémon will pop up looking a tad blocky but it is easily forgivable.

The sound of this game honestly wasn't very exciting, and there wasn't anything that was really getting stuck in any ones head but they were not terrible. In fact they were pretty enjoyable. I didn't mind them, however the camera sounds great. They have implemented the perfect shutter sound. I rated the sound a 6. As for addictiveness I rated this game a 9, it is highly addicting and it is so odd that it is. You pretty much don't do anything, yet you have a ton of fun. In the end it is some how super fun to try to amp up your score as high as you can, and it is interesting to see what kind of pictures you can take.

Story is seriously lacking in this game, I had to rate a 4. And I think 4 is giving it some justice, the game has little to no story at all. Professor Oak needs someone to take pictures of Pokémon for him, because he is making a sort of book of Pokémon research and needs pictures of Pokémon in their natural habitat. That is where you come in, you are Snap and that is it. The depth is also seriously lacking, there are pretty much no secret areas or items. Every item you do get is handed to you by Oak, those being apples, pester balls, dash engine and poke flute. Which all have good uses for taking great pictures. There are however certain ways you must take pictures of certain kinds of Pokémon, for instance Slowpoke you have to evolve it into Slowbro by luring it over to a fishing spot with some apples and let it fish for Shellder. But that is really the only thing "extensive" about the game. Difficulty I rated a 1. This game can just be simply put as easy.

Overall Pokémon Snap is super easy, but a great game nonetheless. Nintendo saw that people loved it so much, that they decided to take it a step further and at Blockbuster you could take your copy of Pokémon Snap and print off pictures of the Pokémon you took. Needless to say that as a child Blockbuster was one of the best places to hit up. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this review and hopefully you will fall in love with Pokémon Snap too. Until next review.
I don't know about the rest of the world, but I love Pokémon Snap. It's a very simple camera game, and by very simple I mean not even a single drop of difficulty. Pokémon Snap is easily beatable within an hour or two. After a while it kind of becomes a game of beating your highest score. However, you have a splendid time doing so.

Overall I rated this game an 8.3, although I love the game I can't really call it much of a serious one. You just take pictures, never once do you battle anything, it is definitely much more different than your average Pokémon game. You don't even move your character ever. The game was based around a character Ash had met in the anime Snap, who is a Pokémon photographer. Graphics were really good in this game, I rated them an 8. They look nice and pretty solid and cleaned up, at times however one Pokémon will pop up looking a tad blocky but it is easily forgivable.

The sound of this game honestly wasn't very exciting, and there wasn't anything that was really getting stuck in any ones head but they were not terrible. In fact they were pretty enjoyable. I didn't mind them, however the camera sounds great. They have implemented the perfect shutter sound. I rated the sound a 6. As for addictiveness I rated this game a 9, it is highly addicting and it is so odd that it is. You pretty much don't do anything, yet you have a ton of fun. In the end it is some how super fun to try to amp up your score as high as you can, and it is interesting to see what kind of pictures you can take.

Story is seriously lacking in this game, I had to rate a 4. And I think 4 is giving it some justice, the game has little to no story at all. Professor Oak needs someone to take pictures of Pokémon for him, because he is making a sort of book of Pokémon research and needs pictures of Pokémon in their natural habitat. That is where you come in, you are Snap and that is it. The depth is also seriously lacking, there are pretty much no secret areas or items. Every item you do get is handed to you by Oak, those being apples, pester balls, dash engine and poke flute. Which all have good uses for taking great pictures. There are however certain ways you must take pictures of certain kinds of Pokémon, for instance Slowpoke you have to evolve it into Slowbro by luring it over to a fishing spot with some apples and let it fish for Shellder. But that is really the only thing "extensive" about the game. Difficulty I rated a 1. This game can just be simply put as easy.

Overall Pokémon Snap is super easy, but a great game nonetheless. Nintendo saw that people loved it so much, that they decided to take it a step further and at Blockbuster you could take your copy of Pokémon Snap and print off pictures of the Pokémon you took. Needless to say that as a child Blockbuster was one of the best places to hit up. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this review and hopefully you will fall in love with Pokémon Snap too. Until next review.
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i really liked your review it was fun reading it. i have seen this game on you tube and it is good but very easy to beat, if i could i would get it.
i really liked your review it was fun reading it. i have seen this game on you tube and it is good but very easy to beat, if i could i would get it.
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