Reviews and Problems with Pokemon Battle Revolution
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Good for Pokemon fanatics, but lacks mass appeal.
Common Sense Media
4 weeks ago
Summary: Parents need to know that this game offers an extremely narrow gaming experience. Gamers should think of it as an add-on to the Nintendo DS Pokemon Diamond/Pearl experience and should only consider buying it if you already own one of those two games. It's all about participating in battles using Pokemon that you upload from your Pokemon Diamond/Pearl DS games. Pokemon fans may have a hard time ending play, so a timer may be a good companion.
Summary: Pokémon Battle Revolution will use its wireless connection to interact with its NDS brethren Pokémon Diamond/Pearl, opening various options such as playing NDS games on the TV, using the NDS tactical screen for your Wii games, and allowing you to see your NDS Pokemons battle in 3D on the Wii.
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