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Kotaku: Black and White 2 Is Neither Black, Nor White. It’s Gray.

Richard Eisenbeis writes:"There have been a lot of games in the Pokémon series but none has been a direct sequel to any other. Rather, they have each focused on a different region in the world with a unique adventure largely unrelated to any other one. However, this all changes with the first direct sequels in the series, Pokémon White Version 2 and Pokémon Black Version 2. However, do Black 2 and White 2 bring enough new to the table to merit being their own games or are they nothing more than a quick cash-in before the DS is whisked away to the cornfield forever?" (Nintendo DS, Pokemon Black/White 2)

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