Reviews and Problems with Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team
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11 May 2008
Excerpt: "...personality quiz to determine which Pokemon the player is - the story being how did this change happen? - and then you get to pick a team mate whom to form a rescue team with. THUMBS-UP: The auto-map so players do not get lost on a floor. Being able to take up numerous jobs from the Bulletin Board and then tackle those of a location together. Recruiting Pokemon does not involve Pokeballs. THUMBS-DOWN: Having to rely on the IQ and Tactics ...
Pros: Auto - mapping, random dungeons
Cons: Awkward item management, poor speed - up function
Summary: Pokemon Mystery Dungeon:Red Rescue Team is completely different to any other Pokemon game.Instead of being human,you are a pokemon.It is a gamble that has not really worked. The graphics are amazing and probably the best ever on the Game Boy Advance.The pokemon look exactly how they should and the graphics are bright.The storyline is great and very intresting.You also get to understand the different Pokemons personality well.
Summary: I don't see the point. I love the other pokemon games (especially crystal) so when someone bought this for me I was eager to play it. It starts of great and is loads of fun and has the third best storyline in any game ever (behind 2 zelda games). But it gets repetitive and is very hard to understand. It feels like a cross between minish cap and kingdom hearts. And it almost works. The graphics are decent for the GBA and so are the sounds.