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Pokémon: Soul Silver Version (Mini Review)

As anyone who reads this site regularity knows, I love to review games.  And as I gain experience with reviews and analyzing games, my reviews are getting longer and longer.  However, there are some games that I don’t feel I can review in full.  There are many reasons why I may feel like this, but the prime reason would be time.  Sometimes when I want to review a game I look back and see that is has been months since I have played it.  I might can replay it (assuming I did not borrow it) but I would just be replaying levels and the game would have lost its initial freshness.

And this is where the min-reviews come in.  These are tiny reviews that just sums up my views on the game in a couple paragraphs.

So here it is, I promised it nearly a month ago, but I am finally getting around to reviewing Pokémon: Soul Silver.

It is tempting to say that if you’ve played one Pokémon game, you’ve played them all and in many ways that is true.  The same basic formula has not really changed.  However, having been one of the rare people to go straight from Yellow to Soul Silver I can see that the series has evolved quite a bit over the years.  Imagine my surprise at learning that you can breed your Pokémon!

The game is very addicting.  Collecting your Pokémon, naming them, training them, etc. is very fond and if you are anything like me, you will almost find yourself starting to develop an attachment them for the little buggers.  The dialogue sounds like a moody 12 year old wrote it, but I actually like that.  It feels nostalgic and childlike.  The fact that you can name your arch-nemisis is very fun (I chose Kevin…idk why, it just sounds menacing to me).

The world of Pokémon is expansive with lots of stuff to do and lots of areas to explore.  The game is cute, charming, adventurous, and just plain fun…for the most part.  Unfortunately the turn based combat of the game becomes boring to the point of painful after a while.  If you are a big RPG player and you don’t mind repetitive turn based combat, then you will love this game.  If you are like me and lack the patience to finish most turn based RPGs, then you may want to borrow it from a friend or something…because it does get repetitive after a while.

But if you can get past the combat, then this is a wonderful game and I can’t recommend it enough.

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