Excerpt: Nintendo has just about all the possible Pokemon angles covered. You can play the card game, train the creatures to fight on your Game Boy, watch the movie or TV show, and snap pictures of them until the Butterfrees come home.
Excerpt: Pokemon Stadium was the first in a long line of 3d battle arena Pokemon games. The games primary focus is putting together the ultimate Pokemon team and beating your opponents as you progress through the leagues.
Pros: Good multiplayer fun, has support to play B/R/Y on your TV, has a wide variety of Pokemon .
Cons: Team battles can be annoying, AI can be extremely hard in mini - games .
Excerpt: I first started out with one the original Pokémon™ games, Blue, Red and Yellow on the Gameboy Colour! I was hooked from then on, the enjoyment of the game would never end. However, once games Silver & Gold were released with 100+ more Pokémon™ everything got slightly harder and the game seemed to...
Excerpt: Pokémon - not the most loved franchise of 2002, to say the least. After it was milked like a cow, with games such as Pokémon Trading Card game and Pokémon Pinball popping up everywhere, gamers everywhere got a bit sick of Nintendo not coming up with any kind of new franchise.
Excerpt: This game needs no introduction except to say that it’s the sequel to the ever-brilliant Pokemon Stadium, Pokemon Stadium 2 boasts new monsters, new attacks, updated graphics and new mini games that no Pokemon fan will be able to resist!
Pros: More monsters, more colour and more options than an N64 game outta have !
Excerpt: The worst thing about this game is that the graphics on it are really slow and boring. Pokemon Stadium is not very good when you battle (single player). But the mutiplayer is a bit better though.
Excerpt: Pokemon Stadium is the first Pokemon game on the N64. It is basically an enhanced version of the excellent turn-based battles of the original game, except this time its in 3D. The battles in Pokemon Red and Blue were simple looking but great fun.
Excerpt: I recieved this game for christmas and i love it!!! There are many different games to play, not just the main stadium game: You can play your gameboy games using the transfer pack provided. You can play mini games with your friends, you can use your pokemon from the gameboy to play the main game!!!
Pros: lots of mini games, interacts with gameboy games .
Cons: grafics are not up to standard, tournaments are very slow and simple ! ! !
Excerpt: Buy it for the mini-games alone! To be honest, I was not *that* impressed with the main game, and at 50 quid, it would have to be pretty darn impressive for me to shell out for it (as opposed to playing it on someone else’s N64 as I do now!
Pros: The Mini Games !
Cons: The annoying voiceover on the main game, the slow action, that the mini games aren't available separately !
Excerpt: After spending most of Boxing day playing 'Pokémon Stadium' I fear that I know just a bit too much about the hybrid little creatures. My 5 year old nephew was given a N64 and this game for christmas and it was a brilliant investment as it kept him (and me- spared me from the after dinner games of...