Summary: I saw SlyFoxHound play this and the Poképark 2 on his Youtube Channel, and i wanted to play them. I bought a Wii specifically to play these two games. I also bought Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros Brawl because they were two of those "If You Have A Wii, You Must Get This" kind of games. I don't particularly like Nintendo's games, i had a Sega Dreamcast and a PlayStation growing up so i prefer playing on my PS3.
Summary: Im a big fan of the anime and the gb/ds games, so i got this game because i thought it would be more realistic..I was right, the game is great you play as pikachu and you can jump, dash(tackle) iron tail and of course thunderbolt. You go to different areas and befriend 193 pokemon, all from different generations, searching for things and doing attractions, which are like mini games.
Summary: Kids enjoyed it a lot, played the whole thing a few times then sold it. Could have entertained them a bit longer but they are 8 now and play a lot of Wii Games. Might entertain and challenge a younger child for longer.
Summary: I rented this just cause it was pokemon. I wasnt expecting alot but I did enjoy this game. It was a very sweet a cute game, graphics were very very good AND the pokemon didn't sound like they had just walked out of the game boy. They actaully sounded like they were from the TV. It was like a cross between Pokemon channel and Pokemon stadium (the games part).
Summary: Good games for children are few and far between, but this is one that should not be over looked. The game perfectly captures the pokemon in 3D and places them in a sumptuous world. The gameplay itself is very simple and repetitive, but for a novice gamer whom hasn't grown cynical and demanding (like myself) this is not an issue.
Summary: This game has nothing to do with pokeballs or catching pokemon,you get to meet different pokemon and make them your friends by battling them,chasing them or playing hide and seek with them.The main task is to bring all the 'boss' pokemon from each region(water,fire etc) together so you can save the pokepark. The storyline is quite long and it doesn't repeat itself. Also there are a bunch of mini type of games that you have to complete.
Summary: Addictive and enjoyable game, I may be nearing my 18th birthday and, in my strike of nostalgia, ordered this game but I found it to be more fun that I thought, it's great to play with kids as well as the controls are simple and the basic design and plot is easy to follow. Despite being quite easy for me at 17, it does have it's challenging aspects and makes this game enjoyable for the whole family.