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: 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: If you like Poke'mon and Strategy RPGs (e.g., Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy Tactics) then you will love this game. The chess-like environment will excite your inner tactician, and the inclusion of various Poke'mon and their moves is just enough customization to make the game feel fresh and exciting. I was a bit wary of this departure from Poke'mon's standard monster collection RPG style, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this game.
Summary: I love this game! It's Pokémon, it's Tactics, it's Japanese feudal period ambiented... (pause to puke rainbows) It doesn't have ALL the Pokémon, but then again 600+ options in such game would make it extremely long. Your main Pokémon will be eevee, have fun deciding how to raise him.
Summary: Ah, this game. It deserves its five stars and shall wear it proudly. I've spend all-nighters and all days on this game in hopes of beating it. It actually got me into the game Fire Emblem and will revere it in the same light. I recommend to both Pokemon and Fire Emblem fans.