Nintendo Power review scores

The latest Nintendo Power review scores include Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver, WarioWare: D.I.Y. (first review), Sonic Classic Collection, Infinite Space, and much more.

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Valay3138d ago

I haven't played a Pokemon RPG since Gold. I think the nostalgia might be too great to resist, so I'll probably pick up HeartGold or SoulSilver.

NateNater3138d ago

Get SoulSilver. Lugia is a beast compared to Ho-Oh. But you can get both on either version anyway so it's not that big of a deal :)

Valay3138d ago

I've been struggling over which version I'd get, actually. I originally bought Gold, but I was kind of leaning towards getting SoulSilver this time around for some reason...

NateNater3138d ago

So if you originally played Gold, like me, then I think you should get SoulSilver. Idk why but that what I was leaning towards too when the SoulSilver and HeartGold were first announced.

Madusha3138d ago

Both of em r looking gr8

dgroundwater3138d ago

Lugia and Ho-Oh are both godly good in their own ways. Let this list make your choice. Whatever pokes are your preference, go buy that one!


Sigh3138d ago (Edited 3138d ago )

After playing Diamond, I thought I would never purchase future pokemon games again, personally. But this pokemon is a remake of one of my fav pokemon games, so I really don't think I can resist it either.

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rwest783138d ago

Nintendo Power is an oxymoron

Quadrix3138d ago

Nintendo Power is totally biased. They never talk about 360 or PS3 games. >.<

MadMan003138d ago

Pre-Order Soul Silver managed to get it for $23.54 on Amazon do to a discount and a $10.00 coupon...Pro. Should be here by the end of next week in no hurry to play since I'm still hooked on FFXIII =)

I want Resonance of Fate but man I spent to much on games in one month. =/

Nugan3137d ago

I'm waiting for more reviews.

This isn't the type of game Nintendo Power generally appreciates. I don't have an issue with the magazine in general, but they definitely have a preference for more accessible mainstream titles. Considering the good press Fragile has been getting elsewhere, I wouldn't base your decision totally on NP.