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Pokemon Conquest (Nintendo DS)

Platform : Nintendo DS
43 customer reviews

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  •          Story: To save the Ransei region from Nobunaga, a powerful Warlord who is trying to take over Ransei, players must conquer different kingdoms to strengthen and grow their own kingdom. There are 17 kingdoms in total to conquer. Conquering all 17 kingdoms and ultimately uniting the kingdom will awaken the Legendary Pokemon and save the land from destruction. Story mode is organized by episodes. Players unlock episodes as they progress and each episode features a different playable Warlord and victory conditions.
  • Army Mechanics: Players can grow their army by recruiting defeated Warlords and their Pokemon. After a kingdom is conquered, players will also have access to the kingdom facilities such as training grounds, shops to buy items and mines for money. Players can also strengthen their army by linking with Pokemon. Warlords can have various linked Pokemon and switch between them before battle to strategically prepare for the type of battle they are about to engage in.
  • Battle Mechanics: Players will encounter a wide range of battlefields as they progress through the game. Each of the 17 kingdoms has a different type-themed battlefield. For example kingdom Ignis is fire-themed and has lava flows, lava beds and fire spouts for players to battle around. Strategically using water-type Pokemon to navigate through this battlefield will help players conquer this kingdom. Additionally, players can use the kingdom training grounds to train their army or find wild Pokemon and link with them. After battling with a Warlord, the game automatically registers them. Using the built-in local wireless connection on the Nintendo DS, players can battle with friends who also own the game with their registered armies.
  • Warlords and Pokemon: Each Warlord has a special ability that can change the tide of battle. For example, Warlord Oichi has the ability to heal all the Pokemon in your army. Warlords also have types much like Pokemon. This will determine how well they link to particular Pokemon. Some Warlords will have the ability to choose from several different kinds of Pokemon to link with.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B008FPDYU0
  • Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 2 x 13.4 cm ; 181 g
  • Release Date: 27 July 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,028 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Pokémon Conquest offers a fun new way to play Pokémon in a unique world called Ransei that is filled with adventure.

In Pokémon Conquest, players take on the role of a young Warlord who is linked with a Pokémon. Together, they must set out to recruit Warrior allies to strengthen their growing kingdom. Along their journey, players will encounter a variety of Pokémon, as well as Warriors and Warlords inspired by the Japanese feudal era. The game contains nearly 200 Pokémon, including many from the recent Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version games.

As the battlefield unfolds in Pokémon Conquest, players must choose the correct Pokémon type to inflict maximum damage on their opponents. In the turn-based skirmishes, players choose different tactics for intense six-on-six battles, and battle conditions can change on every turn, keeping players on their toes in anticipation of what will happen next.

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  • Story: To save the Ransei region from Nobunaga, a powerful Warlord who is trying to take over Ransei, players must conquer different kingdoms to strengthen and grow their own kingdom. There are 17 kingdoms in total to conquer. Conquering all 17 kingdoms and ultimately uniting the kingdom will awaken the Legendary Pokémon and save the land from destruction. Story mode is organized by episodes. Players unlock episodes as they progress and each episode features a different playable Warlord and victory conditions.
  • Army Mechanics: Players can grow their army by recruiting defeated Warlords and their Pokémon. After a kingdom is conquered, players will also have access to the kingdom facilities such as training grounds, shops to buy items and mines for money. Players can also strengthen their army by linking with Pokémon. Warlords can have various linked Pokémon and switch between them before battle to strategically prepare for the type of battle they are about to engage in.
  • Battle Mechanics: Players will encounter a wide range of battlefields as they progress through the game. Each of the 17 kingdoms has a different type-themed battlefield. For example kingdom Ignis is fire-themed and has lava flows, lava beds and fire spouts for players to battle around. Strategically using water-type Pokémon to navigate through this battlefield will help players conquer this kingdom. Additionally, players can use the kingdom training grounds to train their army or find wild Pokémon and link with them. After battling with a Warlord, the game automatically registers them. Using the built-in local wireless connection on the Nintendo DS, players can battle with friends who also own the game with their registered armies.
  • Warlords and Pokémon: Each Warlord has a special ability that can change the tide of battle. For example, Warlord Oichi has the ability to heal all the Pokémon in your army. Warlords also have types much like Pokémon. This will determine how well they link to particular Pokémon. Some Warlords will have the ability to choose from several different kinds of Pokémon to link with.

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By D. Thompson on 30 July 2012
If you like peas, and you like cheese, you'll love Cheesy Peas!!
Well, a bit like that unlikely idea, this game combines Pokemon with a turn based action/strategy game in the style of Advance Wars. And it's very likely that you will love it, even if Pokemon make you feel slightly queasy.

The goal of the game is to conquer 17 kingdoms, after which the legendary Pokémon Arceus will appear. Each kingdom corresponds to a pokemon type - it will come as no surprise to Pokemon players that the first three are Fire, Grass and Water.

Battles take place in areas which are divided up into squares, with each side taking turns to move their players around - it's a bit like chess, although far less complex (but more fun, in my opinion!).

Warlords and their allies are recruited to your cause by defeating them in battle. Pokemon can be `caught' by completing a simple rhythm-action game, with the aim being to also find pokemon with which the trainer has a high affinity. As ever, Pokemon can be strengthened or evolved through battling, and there are other things that you will do regularly, such as digging for gold to use in shops and feeding your pokemon, but these are very straightforward tasks.

The game allows you to see which pokemon are going to be used by the next warlord , and what strength they are, so it's easy to plan for the battle once the game gets going and you have a range of pokemon types to choose from. The combat areas are quite small and, with only one attack per pokemon, battle strategies are pretty straightforward. The brisk pace and varying designs mean that they aren't boring, however, and you will look forward to seeing how the battle arena works when you challenge the next kingdom.
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By Colm O'Rourke on 19 Mar. 2013
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I'd recommend it to anyone who loves turn-based tactical strategy multi-characters RPGs, Pokemon fan or not. Its a very elegant game which uses that makes great use of the elemental type system used in the Pokemon series.

In simple terms you control a warlord who recruits warrior (trainers). Every human character has a special ability which can be used once per battle, and has the ability to acquire their own team of Pokemon. They all start with one Pokemon and they all have the ability to link with (catch) new wild ones if you go hunting for to find some.

The player can only send in one Pokemon per playable human character in that kingdom, and each Pokemon has their own stats. Evolution of Pokemon is possible; it increases the power of the Pokemon and can change the move they use.

There are seventeen kingdoms, each one represents one of the types. As long as you hold a kingdom you can check the fields and caves it holds for Pokemon to link with and warriors to recruit.

The primary campaign is good, but the ones you unlock after completing it are amazing; though it may leave you disappointed that you no longer have access to the Gyarados you trained during the main-quest.

The game greatly resembles a cross between Pokemon Mystery Dungeon and Fire-Emblem. Its definitely worth playing, provided you appreciate slow pace tactical games.
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If you're tiring a little from the main series Pokémon games and are looking for something equally battle-orientated but with different battle mechanics, this is definitely the game for you.

Basically you move around the kingdom, conquering areas and making a bigger and bigger army. But instead of it being "You attack, your opponent attacks", in this game you can move around the battle area, giving you control of who you hit and which attacks you dodge, which is a refreshing change.

And not all battles are based around making the opponent faint, some of them are more strategic and involved taking control of flags on the field, and once you have all of the flags, you win. So it's kind of like about problem-solving as well as basic Pokémon battling skills like good type match-ups.

The storyline probably isn't as deep as some of the main series games like SoulSilver, but it's interesting enough to make you want to play on. As with all Pokémon games, a basic reading ability is needed to fully appreciate the game, however I believe this game is fun for Pokémon fans of all ages.
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If you're looking for something different to the typical pokemon games you'll love this. If you've grown up loving Blue, Red, Yellow, Gold, Silver etc, you'll be glad of the change with this game.

Not really great for younger kids I wouldn't say, it's complicated game, you need to use a lot of tactics and strategy to get through it and the instructions are very vague and sometimes tell you nothing about certain aspects of the game.

You will need to use an online walkthrough for certain evolutions, how to use items etc.

On the other hand this makes it great for the 20 somethings looking for a game a bit more challenging from pokemon.

You can easily get hooked on this game as you're constantly planning the next step ahead and the range of generations and unlimited teams means you can finally pick the pokemon you've always wanted to train with, without worrying which pokemon is going to burden you with FLASH or CUT.

Thew game itself came on time, perfect quality and is the best price I've seen it new or even second hand!
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