Excerpt: The premise of the Pokémon Stadium games hasn't changed with the new sequel. Anyone who's ever played the original knows exactly what to expect with Pokémon Stadium 2 . The main idea is still to take Pokémon trained on the Game Boy versions (which now include the most recent Gold and Silver ones) and transfer them over to the Nintendo 64 via the Transfer Pak so that they can battle in a much grander and more vivid three-dimensional arena.
Excerpt: Stop Poking me. Man, Pokemon fans are a tough crowd. I've gotten death threats for my poke-views in the past. I'd be scared, but what are you guys going to do? Throw your Game Boys at me? Give me a paper cut with your PooglyDooglyPuff card? Set your Bonkerjerk against me? Ooooo...I'm so scared. And what I'm going to say now will only rain more fury down on me. Pokemon Stadium 2 is just like the first Pokemon Stadium . A lot like the first. Too much like the first.
Pros: Mini games, Lots of Gold/Silver strategy and technique, Old hat, No improvements in sound or graphics, Battle after battle after battle... after battle, Professor Earl's old school teaching methods, Professor Earl's old school teaching methods
Excerpt: Ya están aquí otra vez, parece que resistiendo a los últimos suspiros de la 64 bits de Nintendo, los monstruos más famosos de los últimos años se niegan a desaparecer y llegan para demostrar que todavía pueden dar mucho juego.