Summary: I've played this a tiny bit. My sons seem to enjoy the gameplay. However, I'm irritated by this game for one main reason: I realize this is most likely due to my being new to the Nintendo DS platform. I just recently bought a DSi for both of my sons and a few games. Pokemon White is one of them. But what completely blows my mind is that there's only one Save file that's placed on the cartridge. This means that my sons can't share the game and progress on their own.
Summary: i love pokemon but i stopped watching the cartoon when they changed ash's voice in season 9.... So I probably didn't like it because i didn't understand the new pokemon, they ran out of idea's since the sinnoh region/ season. i played the game beat it, caught pokemon but it just wasn't as good as the other games it was boring and to easy.
Summary: As my title described, it seemed this was the jist of this game. My 9 year old son got both this game and the Pokemon black for Christmas. He played them a few minutes more than me, but I found both of them boring after only a few minutes of play. I suppose if you are a diehard Pokemon fan this game is for you. Otherwise, you might find yourself a bit bored with it.
Summary: This game is not any fun at all first off all the new Pokémon are pretty lame and after about 5 hours of playing I have seen none of the original 150 Pokémon, the game would 100 times better if it only had the original 150 as compared to the very lame albeit numerous Pokémon is this game, I read something that said after you beat the game you can than get some of the older Pokémon I have no idea if that is true of not but either way it's not very good for the player,...
Summary: As far as pokemon games go this one is pretty mediocre. The game play is long but not complex and feels very much like a generic copy of every other pokemon game. A lot of the actual pokemon just seem like literal redraws of the original pokemon: a tadpole, a dog, a cat, a duck, a rat, a pigeon, a bat, a bull, an electric rat, a turtle, a crab and worst of all another crappy heart shaped fish.
Summary: Somethings never change. Pokemon games are one of those things. In five generations, the basic formula has not changed. Players play the role of a Pokemon trainer. Players chose one pokemon from three starter pokemon (grass type, water type, and fire type). Players travel the land catching Pokemon and filling a Pokedex for a Pokemon professor who is normally named after a tree.
Summary: I bought this for my nephew's 6th birthday & his sister says it's hard for him. He hasn't played with it much & the game wordings are too advanced. He knows how to read but still needs to work on comprehension. My niece has played it a few times & likes it okay. She told me it's more like a puzzle game, which my nephew doesn't play much. I am hoping it gets easier & better in time. But right now, I wish I'd picked something else.
Summary: I purchased this as a birthday gift for my nephew a little over a year ago. Shortly after one year the DS just would not power on. It would not start even after troubleshooting according to Nintendo's suggestions. I know my nephew can only play on weekends so this is not being used everyday like a computer. I'm just wondering what is one's expectation for these types of electronic gadget?
Summary: i was excited when i got it but as soon as i started playing it was so uncreative, i think i got to the third gym and then got bored and never went on it again. the overall graphics were O.K but the in battle graphics are terrible worse than like pokemon crystall for a gameboy colour really really Picksellated (btw im dislexic)