Reviews and Problems with Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness
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Does a good job at hooking you, despite a few nit-picks.
2 July 2014
Summary: Overall, it feels like an anime made for kids. It’s fun, it’s charming, there are annoying flaws in the gameplay and the dialogue gets cliché sometimes. If you like Pokemon, anime, and simple stories, you’ll like this.
Summary: Pretty fun, its cute to run around as a Pokemon who represents yourself. The plot is actually pretty fun, even though I'm an adult I wasn't terribly bored by the childish storyline, even if I had to button mash a little, haha.
Summary: This game is very fun. I especially enjoy the graphics, creativity of the characters, and ranging personalities. The dungeons being generated are always different and always fun. I do find some downsides to it as well as things like repetitiveness, difficulty, amount of dialog, and more.
A definite improvement over the first Pokemon Mystery Dungeon
Blitz Patel "Anonymous Rex", Amazon
3 November 2008
Summary: This game has a much better storyline than the first game. The overall gameplay is the same but I found it to be much more fun. And another improvement over the previous game is that it lasts much longer; you can play all day and you still won't beat it.
Summary: I think this game is great because you can make friends and you go on lots of missions. Later in the game you will find a treasure and battle legendaries. Some places like Beach Cave and Drenched Bluff are a little weak. Other places are harder.
Summary: This game is really fun according to my 8 year old son. Some of the dungeons are a little hard, such as Concealed Ruins, but the tasks are interesting and the music/storylines are great. The game is not too long or too short and it isn't too hard either. The scenery is very good.