TGV Review: Pokémon Black/White

Since its start in December of 1995, Pokémon has been an unstoppable juggernaut catering to obsessive-compulsive children and adults alike intent on “catching them all.”

With the release of Generation V and the Pokédex count reaching just a hair under 650 of the collectible little critters, this latest pair of games sees a great evolutionary jump in mechanics for the series. Pokémon Black and Pokémon White boast the most refined workings to date alongside the generous amounts of addictive fun the games have boasted year after year.

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borisfett2744d ago

If you've ever become jaded with the franchise, consider trying this one out. It renewed my interest in the franchise.

Herminator2744d ago

So it's like... You catch... all of them? All of the pokemons is what you catch? Or did I mess that up?

Sidology2744d ago

You do, in fact, catch them all. At least as far as I know. But I don't think missing one or two is an option.

xyxzor2744d ago

Man, I need to play all of the older ones first.

Sidology2744d ago

You really don't. Just grab Black or White.

Karuto2744d ago

Considering it is all-new Pokemon, yeah, you really don't. This is probably the best of the DS bunch.

VampiricDragon_2744d ago

pokemon= the best series of all time

RustyMagus2744d ago

I've already logged a total of 250 hours in Emerald and Diamond. Do I really want to go down this path again? *Scary*