Excerpt: I know I'm well behind on writing a review on this considering that it was released coming up 4 years ago now, but it is exam time and in typical student fashion I am doing anything to avoid revising.
Excerpt: Pokémon Colosseum is the latest addition to the Pokémon Stadium series, that is until the summer when the new one will be released. However I am revisiting the games and looking at them again. Pokémon Colosseum is a 3D adventure/rpg type of game.
Pros: Amazing 3D Graphics, Nice Storyline, Great Play Time .
Cons: Bad screeches from Pokemon still, Not many side quests .
Excerpt: Pokemon colousseum pokemon to great lengths. The adventure starts off as a boy who was part of a shadow pokemon group, but saw there ways wrong and bombed the place out while taking a snag machine, He then has to save all the pokemon by retrieving them from the trainers who closed the doors to their...
Pros: can catch raikou,entei,suicune - and can get ho - ho, get a free memory card .
Excerpt: Finally the wait for that desired Pokemon game is over. Everything that Stadium didn't have can be found in Pokemon Colosseum: new worlds, new items, new adversaries, and an all-new journey for you to embark on. This time you won't be playing as Ash.
Summary: This game is great. Good story (although slightly repetitive) This is the second copy I've owned. I had it when I was younger and brought it again to relive the game. It was better than I though as a child. The story is solid and can be tricky at times, Just had to train up a bit!
Excerpt: I have played most of the pokemon series ranging from various platforms such as Gameboy Advance, Gamecube, Gameboy Colour and the like. Personally I like this game, from the nail-biting anxiety of trying to catch a pokemon to beating the new gym leader with one pokemon with all the odds stacked...
Excerpt: This latest addition to the Pokemon Stadium family brings with it a whole new facet to battling your creatures in eyewatering 3D. The usual battle modes that the two N64 Stadium games showcased before are here, and connectivity to your Ruby/Sapphire and the up and coming Fire Red/Leaf Green packages...
Pros: Taking your critters into full 3D gloriousness
Excerpt: Pokemón. Funny little creatures that fight each other and live in balls? Only the Orientals could have come up with such and idea. But it is an idea that has endured since the early days of the Gameboy and made its way to the semi grown up world of the Gamecube.