Pokemon Pearl EMULATOR
Emulate Nintendo DS Pokemon Pearl on PC
Pokemon Pearl and Diamond arrive as the fifth installment in fourth generation of Pokemon RPGs. Pearl and Diamond are set in the fictional world of Sinnoh region which is characterized by its snow-covered routes and waterways and where 493 different species of Pokemon live. Like all the Pokemon games, the player plays the role of a Pokemon trainer who collects and trains Pokemon and wants to become the world’s greatest Pokemon trainer that is, Pokemon League Champion. Pearl and Diamond contains eight Gyms where players get rewarded with Gym badges by Gym Leaders which help in advancement of the game plot. The player also has to thwart the plans of a criminal organization called as Team Galactic who wants to disrupt Sinnoh by reorganizing it into a utopia.
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Both Pokemon Pearl and Diamond are fully compatible with Pokemon Ranger and Pokemon Battle Revolution which are RPGs of Game Boy Advance as the Pokemon from Game Boy Advance can be transferred to Pearl and Diamond by the player if he has won the National Pokedox. For this, the player just has to insert a Game Boy Advance cartridge into the given slot in Nintendo DS, keeping the Pearl and Diamond in DS slot. The player can capture the uploaded Pokemon in an area called ‘Pal Park’. After completing the Manaphy Egg mission in Ranger, player can transfer the Manaphy Egg to Pearl and Diamond from Ranger. Pokemon can also be wirelessly uploaded to some Wii games from Pearl and Diamond.
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Pokemon Pearl Version: The Best Generation to Date
It's been three years since the Fire Red and Leaf Green Pokemon versions were released for the Game Boy Advance. It wasn't such a surprise then that Game Freak decided to release the new Pokemon version –Pearl, of course – on the Nintendo DS since it has a huge memory for handling more games. The Nintendo DS is the perfect vehicle for adding dozens of new pocket monsters and creating the biggest Pokemon Region so far.
The total Pokemon count is now at 493 since there were 107 pocket monsters added to the game. Some of the Pokemon characters look slightly familiar because Game Freak made them more powerful via evolution. This is a welcome addition since seeing the same characters from one game to the next can be boring.
In this game, you will play in the Sinnoh region, the largest of its kind in the Pokemon world so far; its area is larger than Hoenn, which was the biggest region before. Sinnoh also looks fantastic, thanks partly to the cool three-dimensional effect on the buildings and cities, which added to the appeal of its huge size.
Many new elements, such as the Time of Day, muddy areas, and snow areas, were also introduced in the game, all of which added to the replay value via visual attraction to the game. Other notable new elements also included touchscreen mechanics, which is available on every game on Nintendo DS, as well as battles and trades on the local level with your friends on the Internet.
So, if you ask me whether the Diamond/Pearl version is the best Pokemon version yet, I'd say “Yes, it is!” and mean it.
But let me answer a question on many gamers' minds, “Is the story in this version the same as in the other Pokemon games?” Yes, it is but emphasis must first be made that the Pokemon story isn't a bad one per se and it's the same story with the Pearl version.
As with the previous versions of the game, you're a Pokemon trainer setting off on an adventure to become the cream of the crop. You have the choice to be either male or female although your choice will not have any effect on your score, strategy and winning chances since only your virtual character's appearance is affected. You also have the opportunity to give yourself a name as well as give your rival trainer a name; your rival lives in Twinleaf Town, a small village.
You start the game by watching a television show regarding the efforts of a group of people in catching a Red Gyarados, a pocket monster and the first of hundreds that you have to capture and train. After watching the show, you will receive instructions to search for the Pokemon although this task will not be as important as the others later on.
When you want to start playing, you will walk downstairs where your mother will inform you about your rival – for purposes of convenience, let's call him Rival - wanting to see you although she has no idea about the reason. You head over to Rival's house where he meets you at the front door and he asks you to go with him to Verity Lake but since he forgot something, he asks you to wait for him as he gets the thing inside.
You and Rival make your way to the lake and, along the way, he tells you about the search for the Red Gyarados. When you're near the lake, you see an old man and a young girl but they eventually leave. You walk near the short grass area on the lakeshore but you are soon attacked by two wild Starlys.
Fortunately, the old man left behind a suitcase containing three pocket monsters inside. You can choose one of the three Pokemon characters, namely, Chimchar, Piplup, and Turtwig, as your starter Pokemon. You will find that no matter which of the three Pokemon characters you chose, your rival will always take the Pokemon with an advantage over your own pocket monster.
In my case, I chose Piplup while Rival selected Turtwig; since Grass beats Water, the challenge of beating Rival's Pokemon started early on in the game. After beating Starly, you will discover that the old man was actually Professor Rowan who, in turn, informs you that you and Rival can keep your respective pocket monsters.
Afterwards, you can begin on your Adventure including battling the eight Gym Leaders and defeating the Elite Four. Your ultimate goal: To become the Pokemon Champion.
But the game also has its challenges, such as battling it out with Team Galactic, an evil group that pursued the Red Gyarados and that wanted to take over Sinnoh. While the story can become slightly wonky, it's still a great story.