Summary: I admit. I have a bad case of motion sickness; even when it comes to games such as first player shooter. Now this game is so much more worse. After a few minutes of playing, my stomach would churn and I would have a really bad headache for most of the day. I think the game is actually pretty nice for a younger audience (I'm 19), but I had fun playing it too when I wasn't sick to my stomach.
Summary: I bought this for my 6 yr old (Kinder) and alas he can only play when I'm there to read everything to him. Why can't the characters talk? For the level this game is and the cost, I'm surprised it requires this. It's super easy and within his playing level and the characters manage to annoyingly say their names over and over, but the endless word bubbles and so much mindless drivel.
Summary: I bought this game for my son. He is 12 years old. I am quoting his opinion and what he said: " There are easy parts in the game as well as challenging parts. I beat the game in 10h 39min of play time. I liked how I could shock another Pokemon that was not playing with me and then get it angry. If he chases me I would shock it again and knock it while it is down . However, I did not like the fact that I could use only the wii remote.
Beautiful and fun, but goes by quicker than an Agility-boosted Volt Tackle
13 January 2011
Summary: PokePark Wii is fun, as evidenced by the fact that I kept coming back and finished the game in two or three sittings. The mini-games were great, and even just dashing around the overworld is a blast. The game looks gorgeous, with wonderfully detailed areas to explore and each Pokemon looking fantastic in 3D. The only problem with the game (aside from a few minor control issues) is that it is excruciatingly short.
Summary: Pros: Great for young Pokemon fans Fun game-play, not too difficult, for young gamers Cons: Too much reading for younger players Too easy for older players Bottom Line: My son (5.5) loves the game. Sit down and play this game with pre-reader children, they will enjoy it, and you get to help them read. Older children will likely find this game too easy.
Fun for younger gamers, but too easy for kids who like Mario Galaxy
Mom of Three, Amazon
28 December 2010
Summary: The kids got this for Christmas. My 7 year old daughter loves it. The 8 and 10 year old Pokemon fanatic boys think it's boring. Apparently it's not challenging enough for them. My daughter enjoys Littlest Petshop games and it seems more along that speed rather than the Mario Galaxy type challenges that the boys enjoy.
Summary: My two boys ages 9 and 10 were anxiously awaiting the realease of this game. They had done chores and saved their money only to earn disappointment. It was exciting for a couple days and then it soon became a frustrating, repetative boring game. Too bad really as they are big Pokemon fans.
Summary: I was pretty excited to hear that a new Pokemon RPG game would be released for the Nintendo Wii; my DS was growing pretty tiring when it came to Pokemon. Being a fan of Colosseum and XD: Gale Of Darkness, the idea of role playing as Pikachu instead of a trainer sounded pretty interesting and the whole premise caught my attention: instead of catching Pokemon and battling against other trainers, you play as a Pokemon and befriend other Pokemon.