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Pokemon SoulSilver Version (+ Pokewalker accessory)

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Pokemon SoulSilver Version (+ Pokewalker accessory)




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"One of the best DS games!!!!"
5 stars"

I'm going to start right out with it. BUY THIS GAME! This game is amazing on many fronts which is why it deserves a buy if you have a DS (maybe even buy a DS to play this game).

Gameplay: 10/10

The gameplay is as fresh as ever. The formula that GameFreak put down so many years ago still works. If you have already played any of the previous Pokemon games, there are basically no changes, other than the fact of the addition of a few mini games and a pokemon can walk behind you. For newcomers, here's how the Pokemon formula works: You start an adventure with a starter pokemon, and then train to become the best pokemon trainer in the world. You do this by defeating other trainers who roam the land while also catching some extra pokemon of your own. The formula is straight up addictive and the plot is also well done.

Graphics: 8/10

It's pokemon on the DS. The game uses the same graphics engine as Diamond, Pearl and Platinum and yes, the graphics aren't top notch. I have definitely seen better on the DS (Mario Kart being a great example), but once again, the entire point of Pokemon is the gameplay and the replay value, not the graphics. As a plus however, many trainers have new animations and some gyms just look really, REALLY good. The atmosphere outside of special events could've used some work though.

Sound: 7/10

I will admit it, I am getting a bit disappointed with GameFreak recycling their 8-bit recorded cries for the Pokemon on every single game. These cries are the same we had 10 years ago. On the other hand, the overall soundtrack is really good, and I have also heard there is a way to get the original soundtrack back in the game by achieving a certain item. In general, the sound is ok, but I think GameFreak needs to do a little overhaul with the Pokemon cries.

Replay Value: 15/10

ARE YOU KIDDING ME? 16 BADGES! 3 TOTAL STARTERS YOU CAN GET! Straight up epic. I, in my own right, already thought that all the other games that only had 8 badges and one region were long enough, but WOW. This game is amazing (I already had the Japanese version, and have played to the second Elite Four, and it's taken me a good 40 hours already) in this criteria for sure.

Final Verdict:

If you have a DS, BUY THIS GAME. If you don't, BUY A DS, and then BUY THIS GAME. Amazing characters, amazing battles, amazing starter pokemon (who doesn't love them a nice Typhlosion?), and great replay value. You won't be disappointed.

7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.
"This game is the best!" Purchased on Mighty Ape

I got this one week ago and I've been hooked on it ever since. It has amazing graphics, amazing gameplay, amazing storyline; this game just tops the series off.

There's plenty of new features, such as your Pokemon first in your party walks behind you, or the more use of the touch screen which is good if you're a touch screen fanatic as well.

Not to mention the large amount of legendaries you can catch! Just to name a few there's the box art legendaries, Groudon, Kyogre, Rayquaza, the Legendary birds, the Legendary dogs and many more!

Also, the new Pokewalker is a cool little gadget. If you're in the mood for some exercise, bring the Pokewalker along with you and it will give you advantages for the game!

A new sidequest called the Pokethlon, similar to the Pokemon Contests in previous games, lets you compete with a party of three Pokemon in athletic mini games against the DS. Each Pokemon has their own unique stats for the Pokethlon.

There is also a new icon, which is the replacement of Sinnoh's Poketch called the PokeGear. The PokeGear enables you to call Trainers you've registered or call a key character. This is similar to Hoenn's Match Call, except you can also tune in the Pokemon radio stations, look at the time and lastly look at the Johto and Kanto maps.

Overall, I think this game really is one of GameFreak/Nin­tendo's best games ever produced!

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
"The Most Complete Pokemon Game"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

This is by far the most complete Pokemon game out to date. It combines all the well-known elements from previous games as well as new features which will keep you playing for days on end. Highly recommended.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.


Pokémon HeartGold Version and Pokémon SoulSilver Version games lets players continue to enjoy the world of Pokémon away from their Nintendo DS or Nintendo DSi systems, taking their favorite Pokémon with them wherever they go with the new Pokéwalker accessory. This new accessory will come included with each copy of these games.

In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions, players can wirelessly transfer any one of their Pokémon from one of the two games to the Pokéwalker and walk them through virtual routes as the player walks around in real life. By walking, players earn Watts, which are used within the Pokéwalker to encounter and catch wild Pokémon or search for hidden items, and can be transferred into Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions to unlock new routes. There are even special versions of certain Pokémon that can only be found within routes on the Pokéwalker, giving players added incentive to keep their Pokémon with them wherever they go. The Pokémon in the Pokéwalker will gain experience points as the player walks, and can even go up one level when they are transferred back into the game. Players also can wirelessly connect two Pokéwalkers to trade items.

Letting players return to the beloved Johto region first introduced in Pokémon Gold Version and Silver Version for the portable Game Boy system, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions introduce several new enhancements for the series that enrich these timeless adventures. Created exclusively for the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi systems, the games feature detailed graphics that spotlight the unique environments and hundreds of Pokémon that players can encounter and catch. Players can even see and interact with their favorite Pokémon outside of battle, selecting one from their team to follow behind their Trainer as they travel through the Johto region. The games also include robust touch-screen functionality, allowing for smoother control and seamless navigation by the player.
Release date Australia
March 18th, 2010
Game Platform
Nintendo DS
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