Summary: This game is a whole lot better than everyone gives it credit for. There is a good bit to do and it's awesome for about a week. There is literally no replay value once you unlock all the channels, but it is still a great game.
Summary: Here's the thing, when people play a lot of new versions of games, they expect the older ones to be just like it, before this one, only 7 pokemon games had been released, Red, Blue, Yellow, Silver, Gold, Crystal, and Hey You Pikachu. This game had the best graphics on the console for its time. The concept was new, a completely real-time based game, furthermore, this game was based for CHILDREN not 20 year old "diehard" Pokemon fans.
Summary: Give this game a chance. it's a simple little game, but quite fun and good to pass a little spare time. It involves simple tasks, collecting cards, getting to know pikachu and getting him to like you. And most of all, watching tv shows. Yes the shows are pretty awful, but if you really get into them, you will find yourself enjoying it. For example, trying doing smoochums fitness with pikachu! the excersises are simple, and you should have fun doing them!
Summary: A great game for Pokemon Fans & young children. Drives me & their Dad mad but my kids love it (an age thing) - shame it isn't multi-player as they all want to go on it at once. Great value at under £20.
Summary: This is quite cool. Okay, a lot of people say why not just watch tv as thats what you do in the game, but having this is like having pokemon sky. It is also great as you get to play versions of the pokemon mini, a console that came out and got trashed just because it was too small. And you can also colect pokemon cards in the game (which is cool, because Ive got every one in reality) and access areas such as the garden. Rock on the pokemon.