Summary: This game is nowhere as good as pokemon silver and crystal! It may have better graphics and the two on two pokemon battles but still there not very good. Also they made a new place not just sticking with kanto or johto. I feel this game isn't worth paying much money for!
Summary: Pokemon Ruby/saphire is just another pokemon game for the Gameboy advance: it has the same overhead view as all the other pokemon games, basically the same battle format with a slight addition of using two pokemon to battle (the screen zooms in and shows you your pokemons levels, attacks, health, and how he looks and an choice to change pokemon to one with a better chance of winning.
Summary: I had been waiting for the game for literally years (since Crystal came out) and I got every little tiny bit of information I could. I now wish I hadn't... I have completed Pokemon Crystal, Pokemon Blue and Pokemon Silver more times then I care to mention and I am still playing Pokemon Crystal today! Copared to Pokemon Crystal, Pokemon Ruby falls short - very short.
Summary: I have been a big fan of the previous Pokémon games and therefore I started Sapphire with fresh mood. This game, however, didn't come up to my expectations. In Pokémon Gold and Silver, it was still possible to catch 251 Pokémon, whereas the number now stops at 200. That said, the worst thing is that Nintendo has deleted most of the best old Pokémon, and has put in new ones instead. They are terrible!
Summary: bought game on line, really because of all the hype and my four year old son loves his pokemon stacks. dissapointed once recieved as he like i said is only four and yet although the game is advertised as 3+ is clearly not, lots of words throughout even the first few bits of game, he was getting more and more upset as we tried to play it together.