Submitted by Nick212004 1087d ago | review

Pokémon Black/White: Revolution of the Franchise? (Review)

"Hey everybody, another generation of Pokémon has arrived! As one of the best selling franchises on Nintendo’s portable systems since Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green launched in Japan back in 1996, this should get DS (and 3DS) owners quite excited. Thing is, always comes to the same verdict with almost every main Pokémon game they play: solid turn-based RPG mechanics, updated graphics, small nifty additions, better connectivity, but in essence it’s the same game you’ve been playing since 1998. Well, the fifth generation games are here, promising more changes, and we are going to see if it can give the series some more fresh air. " (3DS, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, Pokemon Black and White, Pokemon Black and White Editions, Pokemon Black/White) 8.5/10

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