Pokemon Battle Revolution

Discussion in 'Console Gaming' started by sfried, May 25, 2007.

  1. sfried

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    New screens + hand-on

    Do you think they've hit dev targets, or, as they say does it still "need more bloom?" (Not that I'm particularly as enthusiastic about the title, given its Colloseum-esq nature...)
     
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  2. Sankari

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    Never really understood what people saw in these games. its always the same but people still keep buying them. Meh...
     
  3. sfried

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    Well, Diamond and Pearl did feature the whole online aspect. What I don't get is why Battle Revolution can't be just a standalone game of its own. So much potential for it to be the "Sonic & Knuckles" of Pokemon.
     
  4. tongue_of_colicab

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    Nintendo should make a full console pokemon RPG, like on the handhelds. Not this kind of crap. If they'd make a RPG wii would sell beyond insanity.
     
  5. Nesh

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    EXACTLY
     
  6. Eteric

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    Eh, I think it's because you can battle in 3D.

    Game sure is pretty, though.
     
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    No for one there is the complete lack of self shadowing and the tex and lighting seems to be worst overall.
     
  8. Fox5

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    There were two of them on the cube. They weren't very good, but they were essentially full pokemon games.
     
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