Excerpt: Pokémon ’s fifth generation has arrived to our side of the world after its successful venture into the Japanese market, where it enjoyed both critical acclaim as well as soaring sales figures (it sold some 2.6 million units in only 48 hours).
Conclusion: In short, if you have a DS and you haven't played a Pok'mon title, Pok'mon Black and White is a great place to start. It is one of the most fun, involved role-playing game experiences available and if you have any friends that play, the trading aspect is a crucial part of the game.
Pros: It's like dog fighting but with more strategy and less liability, a great role playing game experience for anyone, strangely social thanks to online play;
Cons: Does not radically change from previous titles; Pok�mon HeartGold and SoulSilver had more convenient touch screen controls.
Summary: Introducing a new storyline and the next generation of Pokémon, the new releases feature the Legendary Pokémon Reshiram (Pokémon Black Version) and Zekrom (Pokémon White Version) on the game covers worldwide.
Summary: Where can the Pokémon series go? After all, developer Game Freak had no long-term plans to continue the monster collecting adventure series, only extending its lifespan due to extraordinary demand.
Conclusion: Concept: Pokémon enters the fifth generation with new critters to capture and train in order to become the ultimate champion
Graphics: The best-looking Pokémon RPG to date. Each city and the respective gyms are gorgeous and full of personality.
Conclusion: Pokon Black Version features the same handheld RPG and Adventure gameplay that has consistently thrilled Nintendo DS players, both young and more experienced, but it also introduces players to the all-new Unova region.
Conclusion: Of course there's a lot that's the same. Of course there is. But with a great many small and well-placed innovations, a vivacious, inventive new cast and the biggest cosmetic makeover the series has ever seen, Pokémon Black and White makes it all feel new again.
Summary: Alle Welt freut sich auf den Nintendo 3DS, der in wenigen Wochen endlich in Deutschlands Händlerregalen zu finden ist. Anfang März veröffentlichte Nintendo nichtsdestotrotz das perfekte Mittel zur Überbrückung der Wartezeit.