Summary: I just got a DS recently so all of these stylus games are new to me. I think because of that I enjoyed this game...otherwise I think I would have found the gameplay quite repetitive. I thought the storyline was cute and great for pokemon fans. The one gripe I have is difficulty. This game seems to be targeted towards smaller children but I honestly had a hard time beating the game myself.
Summary: I decided to give this game a chance after trading in some used games at GameStop. In general, it is a rather fun game, but it is very straightforward and simple. Unlike the regular Pokemon games, you can't really do much exploring. It is a short game overall, and you could probably beat the game in one sitting. However, I do not recommend doing so, for reasons of maintaining your sanity. You have to be prepared to loose your temper quite a bit.
Summary: I got this game as a gift and I'm about half way done with it. I'm 20, a girl, and have played all the older rpg pokemon games. I liked it a lot because what you have to do in the game is so clearly laid out for you that it's impossible to fail. The game is easy and something to do if you are bored but don't wanna stress yourself out with a challenge.
Summary: As much as my son loves Pokemon, he does not play this game as much as I had anticipated. He has made no comments nor asked me to see what he is doing in the game. He just seems to be more interested in other games for his DS.
Summary: I bought the Pokemon Ranger game so my son could get a "secret" pokemon to add to his collection on his game. The bad news about buying a used game is you can not get the secret pokemon after the game has already been played. He was very disappointed and found the game boring.