Summary: Horribly, sickeningly addictive. Love this game, a great addition to the long pokemon franchise. I love the concept of linking pokemon the Conquest series, with historical figures playing key roles and battling it out to conquer the world, or save the world from being conquered, and the gameplay is simple enough.
Summary: I bought this for my husband. And didn't see him for about 3 weeks. One thing that they don't make clear: there's far more post-game stuff than main game. He thought he was done in a week, and then he disappeared for two more.
Summary: A good spinoff game. In fact, this may be my favorite of the spinoffs yet. The gameplay in this game is more similar to Fire Emblem than Pokémon. I was disappointed that Pokémon could learn only one attack, and there is only about 150 of the Pokémon in the games, all from Gens 1-5. If you like strategy RPG's and Pokémon, you will find this game enjoyable.
Summary: I love pokemon and that was the main reason I bought this. I love the different game play, I like being a warlord and conquering different kingdoms. I love the fact that the game does not just stick to one set of pokemon, but spans several different one. I love seeing ones that I am familiar with and seeing all kinds of new ones.
Summary: Nice change of pace for the pokemon games. I played this game for hours at a time trying to get the right combinations and making sure i stayed strong. My only issues was that the pokemon only ever know 1 attack.
Summary: It's a fun enough strategy game, as the other reviewers have said. But it could have been so much better! The game suffers from an overload of mechanics. Here's what I ignored on my play-through... - Gold. It doesn't matter because nothing of importance costs any gold. - Items. You're going to randomly pick up items that are good enough to win with. No need to buy any or manage them. - Energy.