Summary: I bought this game for its exclusive pokemon (in this case Scizor) and discovered playing it to be an enjoyable experience. The Kalos region is based on France; there's dozens of routes to explore and new pokemon to meet, as well as things to do with your pokemon such as pokemon-amie, super training, etc. There's also an on-line component where you can get items in exchange for the miles you walk in game or get from trading with friends.
Summary: Pokemon Y is not a terrible game, But it lacks depth and atmosphere compared to the earlier games. Design- Love the 3D, but the design is either way too easy or way to hard- 6/10 Replay value- Unless you have WiFi, there is NOTHING to see- 4/10 Fun- Though flawed in many areas, Pokemon Y is still a very enjoyable game- 8/10 Overall- 6/10- Try the game out before buying it.
Graphics are mindblowing but the story is lack lusterpurge
3 April 2014
Excerpt: "At its heart, Pokemon has always been the story of one child travelling the world making friends with animals, and then heartlessly enslaving them in electronic balls and forcing them to attack other animals. Wow, that escalated quickly. In all fairness though, I'm not even mad. When I first played Pokemon White on the original DS, I thought to myself, Solidreviewer; how could this get any better? It turns out that by going full 3D, it could do exactly ...
Summary: Ech, when did pokemon get all this extra rubbish? Dressing and fashion and so much nonsense I could do without. It's the same game it's always been, just with more animations and more colour and now with diagonal movement! You can do training excercises with your pokemon and ride some too. If you liked the other games you won't be disappointed, but I feel there's just been too much additional silly fluff added.
Summary: a much forward step on the pokemon series although I would say they concentrated more on the graphics and features rather than the storyline its self. the plot is mainly the same defeat the bad organization and catch the legendary pokemon then beat the elite four, but not much can be done after that other then little features and vs other trainers. the game itself isn't bad just not really a game that would get you distracted for a long time.
Summary: Ok, so I've pretty much played every pokemon game from Leaf Green onwards (including Colosseum and Gale of Darkness on GameCube), and I pretty much loved them all. This game has a lot of things that stand in its favour: the graphics, the new designs and character customisations. At this point, I really have to point out that the design of the game is simply beautiful. However, I can't help but feel that the creators are relying on these points to make the game good...
Summary: As much as I enjoyed the new game play updates - full 3D Pokemon Stadium/Colosseum-esque battle scenes and a beautiful overworld to explore - it didn't quite do it for me. There were a few things that just left me feeling a bit disappointed. The first I should mention is the storyline. It follows the blueprint of every Pokemon game that came before it if you strip them all down to their simplest forms, but this one lacked any real depth.
Summary: Pokemon X and Y need an SD card to play. Apparently new 3DS consoles come
with an SD card but for those with a second hand console, there's no warning
until you insert the game cartridge! Really looking forward to playing, once I get an SD card!
Summary: There is a game breaking bug in luminose city saving, it freezes your game. Otherwise it is good, 3d not present unless in a cutscene. I am disappointed in Futureshop, as I had pre-ordered the game, they did not send me a kalos region poster as others have gotten. Will never shop online at Futureshop again.