Excerpt: Hopefully you read my preview on the website before reading this review. There are some interesting behind the scenes information in that preview. Pokemon Ranger is one of the stranger Pokemon games we have played at Family Friendly Gaming.
Excerpt: Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs may have some new places to see and more gameplay features, but like previous titles in this side-series, it's just not interesting or engaging enough to warrant much attention from older gamers.
Pros: Lengthy single player mode for $30, plus the ability to import rare Pokemon to other DS games. Flexible multiplayer missions can be played with human companions of computer-controlled A.I.
Excerpt: The Pokemon Ranger video game for the Nintendo DS lets you become a Pokemon Ranger - a nature-preserving , Pokemon-protecting hero . You team up with a Minun or Plusle and get to explore the new Fiore Region , new cities, new people and new villains - the Go-Rock Squad !
Review: Pokemon Ranger: Hikari no Kiseki (Nintendo DS)
10 December 2008
Summary: Pokemon Ranger: Hikari no Kiseki is both the newest and the weakest entry into this Pokemon spin-off so far. Things have either taken a step back, like only allowing you a single Pokemon partner, are fluff rather than substance, such as the drawing of runes with your stylus, or are actually quite...
Excerpt: Pokémon Ranger is the latest game in the series, but it's a spinoff.
Developed by HAL Laboratories (most notable for their work on the Super
Smash Bros. and Kirby series), instead of playing as a Pokémon trainer
whose purpose is to capture all of the Pokémon in the world and become
a Pokémon master,...
Conclusion: In the game, the player uses what is called a Capture Styler to capture wild Pokon. Once they are captured, wild Pokon will follow the player around until their powers are used (either in a Poke Assist or a Field Move).