Summary: Runs and feels like the GBA games. The touch screen usage in battle is nice but outside of battle it is rather sub par. It is not as useful as it could have been like it was in Soul Silver or Heart Gold.
Summary: Like I said, Its a great game but if you have played the new ones ( X and Y ) then, yea but if u are just getting in to the pokemon seaga, then you will BE MORE THAN HAPPY WITH THIS GAME, I love this game but I have played the new ones, But it is an older game.
Summary: Pearl, along with Diamond for the most part, is an experience that is quite different from Platinum in ways that, while sometimes small, can make it the superior option to some people. Such differences include: * Writing. I won't get into spoilers, but there are story elements that I think are better-handled in Pearl than in Platinum.
Summary: Pokemon is back again. Fun stand alone adventure, and, like me, if you skipped a generation you might need it in order to transfer your old favorites from emerald, ruby, sapphire, fire red or leaf green! Whee! The battles in this game have to go at least half as fast as in any other game! Not making this up! Even with the animation turned off every battle is painfully slow - for this alone I removed a star.
Summary: Since the game was used, it reuqired re-setting the history on the game, which took us a bit of time to figue out how to do. But the instrctions were included, and we figured it out. My 11 year old loves it, and all in all, a good value. Game was in good condition and works just fine.
I'm on the fence about what score this game really DESERVES
There's No Stopping Space Vikings T. Edwards!, Amazon
27 April 2007
Summary: Like somebody mentioned before, this game is like a comfortable old sweater but how much merit does that really award this game is my question? It's fun, no doubt about that, but it's almost too familiar. I feel that they're really capitalizing on the "Don't fix what ain't broke" school of thought here.