Pokemon Conquest - A Fair Addition to the Pokemon Series
Courtney Myers, Amazon
27 June 2013
Summary: I first read up on 'Pokemon: Conquest' in a gamer magazine, and the cursory glance caught my interest. When I actually ordered and received the game, I found that it still had my interest while I played it. The gameplay from the 'Nobunaga's Ambition' series of games was refreshing from the normal line-up of Pokemon games, and the plot holds up well for what the game is trying to do - it's simple, but still fairly intriguing.
Summary: Its a shame this pokemon game didnt come out everywhere in europe , in portugal this game was never released this is why i bought it i have the first NDS which is region free so i can play it anyway this is totally diferent take on the pokemon gaming i liked it.
Summary: The other reviews have already covered the general idea behind this game, so I won't recap them here again. Suffice it to say that I enjoy the Tactics style of strategy RPGs, and I enjoy Pokemon, so this game was the best of both worlds for me, right up until I beat the main story. I feel compelled to give others the warning I did not get.
Summary: Its a great crossover game by combining pokemon with turn based strategy in a kind of pokemon mystery dungeon way. However as this was a game primarily from the company that made dynasty warriors, do not expect any rich pokemon story lines to be carried here. The legendary pokemon on the front with their respective warlords look pretty awesome but it was simply because they were aesthetically similar, there is no rich back story and in fact the respective warlords are...