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Pokemon White 2 (Nintendo DS)
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- In Pokemon White Version 2 and Pokemon Black Version 2, players will also be able to catch some of the Pokemon from outside the Unova region - such as Eevee, Riolu, Tyranitar, Arcanine and Mareep- right from the start of the game. If they are playing on Nintendo 3DS, players can also transfer Pokemon they have caught with the Pokemon Dream Radar into their Pokemon Black Version 2 and Pokemon White Version 2 games (visible in 2D only). Pokemon Dream Radar lets players use several different features of the Nintendo 3DS system, including the Nintendo 3DS camera, motion control and augmented-reality technology, to discover and catch Pokemon. The game includes hard-to-find Pokemon such as the new Therian Formes of Legendary Pokemon Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus.
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Edition: White Edition
Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 bring players back to the Unova Region two years after the events of Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version. There are many new areas to discover, and changes to familiar places for you to explore. One new area is Virbank City, home to Pokéstar Studios. Players will be able to visit Pokéstar Studios and star in their own movie with their favourite Pokémon. The movie a player creates premieres at the in-game theatre, where the audience gives it a rating. Movies are rated based on script choices and battle move sequences, and players can even create sequels to existing movies. There are many movie genres to choose from, including romantic comedy and horror.
Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 will also give fans of the original games a chance to catch up with some familiar friends. In this game, Cheren and Bianca return two years after the events of Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version, and a lot has changed. Bianca is now the assistant to Professor Juniper, helping her with Pokémon research and Cheren is now a Gym Leader and a teacher at a school in Aspertia City – the starting location for this adventure.
In Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2, players will also be able to catch some of the Pokémon from outside the Unova region − such as Eevee, Riolu, Tyranitar, Arcanine and Mareep− right from the start of the game. If they are playing on Nintendo 3DS, players can also transfer Pokémon they have caught with the Pokémon Dream Radar into their Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 games (visible in 2D only). Pokémon Dream Radar lets players use several different features of the Nintendo 3DS system, including the Nintendo 3DS camera, motion control and augmented-reality technology, to discover and catch Pokémon. The game includes hard-to-find Pokémon such as the new Therian Formes of Legendary Pokémon Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus.
Also launching this Autumn for purchase from the Nintendo eShop, players can learn all about their favourite Pokémon with Pokédex 3D Pro for Nintendo 3DS. This enhanced and upgraded version of the original Pokédex 3D includes detailed information about every known Pokémon featured in the history of the Pokémon video game series.
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The premise is the same as always: choose a girl or a boy character, and one of three starter Pokemon, and then set off on a journey to catch all the Pokemon, win all the Gym badges, and eventually take on the elite 4, while foiling the plans of a group of inept baddies who want to use Pokemon for their own evil ends. There is also the standard "rival", who you meet
The graphics are pretty much the same as in Black/White 1, i.e. the best of all the Pokemon games. If you're in a big city, the camera zooms out so you really get a sense of scale, and in the caves it really feels like you're underground. The map has also had
Setting it in the same region as the original Black/White, but two years on, was a stroke of genius, as you get a sense of the way time has passed, something which isn't seen in the other games. It is really interesting to see how the landscape and cities have changed since part one, and see how the old characters have moved on. Plus, you are now able to catch first generation Pokemon (Growlithe etc.) from the beginning; the lack of this was, in my opinion, the worst part about Black/White.
There is also a different side to the storyline, which was hinted at in part 1, and is a little darker than usual. Namely, that this year's Team Rocket, aka Team Plasma, are trying to steal Pokemon in order to liberate them from the trainers who are trying to control them. This brings up the whole idea that Pokemon are peaceful and only fight because humans force them to.
The collaborative side to the game is also great. There are new ways to battle, like double, triple, and rotation battles, which are all great fun and make you think in new ways about your battling method. There is also a new teamwork element, where for some levels of the game you must work side by side with your rival, or another character (an old face from Black/White, now a couple of years older).
The Wi-Fi system has also been expanded; there is now a mini-game element to the Entralink, where you can take on challenges to win prizes. It is also easier to meet other players and I have to say that it has never been more sociable to play a Pokemon game.
Another new feature is the Medal system, where you get a medal for unlocking milestones - walking a long way, catching a certain number of Pokemon, taking part in an event, etc. This is a great way to keep the game interesting and make you try new things.
I could go on listing features and changes but I won't - suffice to say that if you are putting off buying this game because you think it will be more of the same, then you needn't worry. There really is no comparison between this and Black/White 1, this is miles better. So do yourself a favour, and buy the game! You won't regret it :)
I'm not a big fan of change but I like progression well this game has certainly progressed in graphics amount of pokemon and gameplay style etc however if your looking for a totally new pokemon experience then you will be dissapointed its very much like black and white 1 and just plays out slightly different starting from a different city. you will see familiar faces and all the pokemon are the same including starters.
I personally enjoyed it as hav'nt played pokemon since heartgold howeverI find this has been the shortest playtime for me getting bored after about 40 hours but I feel getting my £1/hour moneys worth.
overall I would recommened for veterans of the franchise or newcomers alike
Overall, I would recommend this game to most people (especially if you haven't played Pokemon Black/White) - it would be a great addition to anyone's Pokemon collection.
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