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G4TV: Pokemon: Explorers of the Sky Review

The cheerful setting, bouncy music, and exaggerated animations (critters will cheer, chomp, and cry) may result in a toothache from saccharine overload, but don't make the mistake of thinking the game is a children's game akin to Hello Kitty Island Adventures. There's a solid engine underneath the fluffy exterior, and there's plenty of challenge and replay value for those who want to evolve their Pokémon, recruit new team members, and embark on online adventures to rescue other teams from difficult dungeons or to partake in secret quests. Yet for those already happy with Explorers of Darkness/Time, Sky's modest new features aren't worth the added expense.

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