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Get Excited About the Series Again. When news of the fifth generation Pokemon Black and White Version games first broke in January of 2010, fans were excited by the announcement that some aspects of the franchise would be revamped, since the general feeling was that the series had started to become a little stale. Well, now that the games are finally here, the reaction of those who have posted a Pokemon White online is that the game is a definite improvement over recent releases, and is also sure to attract new fans to the series.

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Apart from the fact that the new Pokemon White game look really good, with more fully-rendered 3D landscapes, improved attack graphics and camera effects, players also love the new wireless multi-player features, such as the High Link mode that allows them to link their consoles over Wi-Fi so they can work together on missions and help each other out, as well as the Pass By mode that allows them to send data along with other copies of the game when they're not playing. And of course, there's the much talked-about Video Chat mode that allows up to four players to chat at once and even doodle on each other's faces.

As for the gameplay, Pokemon White players have pointed out that it is pretty much what you'd expect from a Pokemon game, except for two notable features: only new Pokemon will be included in the initial playthrough, and you can only unlock the ability to import old Pokemon by first successfully completing the game, and the Isshu region, where the game takes place, will see monthly seasonal changes that result in constantly changing landscapes as well as Pokemon. After playing the White Version game, Pokemon fans old and new agree: its time to get excited about the series again.

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Do you still remember your experience with first Pokemon games Red, Blue and Yellow? The Pokemon franchise is a sweet part of many people’s childhood or even adulthood. I think you would not easily forget about Blue, Red, Gold or Crystal from the game before. Now, if you hear Pokemon, you can expect to see a nice flashback of all the warm and loving memories during childhood. Even if you may have enjoyed D/P/P and R/S/E as truly fun games, you also need to recognize the fact that Pokemon games also have their fair share of programming and the ambition to get the recognition due for the game series. This is when Pokemon Black and White. However, I cannot say that I am still the biggest fan of the game, given how many of their installments have failed. There were stories swirling around about the game developers have come up with innovations that should surprise us. It took me these rumors to give in to my curiosity about what Pokemon could possibly do for me. After trying it, I should say that it was a good call for me to buy this installment.

I was able to try the innovations referred to in the rumors before their launching. However, it would be too much to expect that you will see the game much like a Final Fantasy installment. The game is still so Pokemon in that you will collect Pokemon, fight Gym Leaders, duel with the Elite 4. However, there are also differences that start with the story. You will not be given a rival but two peer trainers who will also be your best friends. Each best friend has unique personalities and owns up to a character that impacts the plot of the game. This is far from the rival character of a kid who just sneers around the entire game. The Team Plasma, which plays the rival, is also motivated politically and is less evil than the enemies in the past. These are small changes to the story, but it still goes a long way in steering the story all throughout the game.

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Pokemon White Version Introduces New Pokemon And A New Region

Welcome to Isshu, the new region introduced in the Pokemon White version where gamers will be introduced to more than 150 new pocket monsters as well as new moves, new places for exploration, and new challenges. While the White version is, in fact, my favorite game in the franchise, here are the pros and cons that must be said.

Story (7/10)

The White version's gameplay is the same as its predecessors. You, the gamer, are a Pokemon trainer who will get your starter Pokemon so that you can engage in Pokemon battles with your rivals. Your ultimate goal in the game is to become the best Pokemon trainer by capturing all of the Pokemon, defeating the Gym Leaders, and beating the Elite Four as well as preventing the plans for world domination of an evil group. 

While I'm not fluent in Japanese, I must say that N's story is nice. I'm looking forward to the release of its English counterpart for this reason. 

Over-all Graphics (9/10)

While the graphics in a DS videogame isn't the most crucial factor in its overall attraction, the Black and White graphics were amazing. The graphics were beautiful especially for the Overworld although a few of the 3D elements, such as the far too many drawn-out bridges, was already overdoing it.

As any avid gamer knows by now, the Pokemon sprites have battle animations, which means that they move in battle. The result: They look and feel alive and real instead of just being add-ons, which is a nice touch in this version.

When I saw the game's screen caps, however, the back sprites' graphics was a disappointment – too reminiscent of the earliest predecessors in the franchise because of their too pixelated look. Fortunately, once in motion, these sprites have a more fluid movement. 

Pokemon Designs (8/10)

All of the 150-plus Pokemon introduced in Isshu Dex are, indeed, brand-new! You will not find Pikachu, Geodude, and Zubat, for example, which means that every pocket monster in Isshu is a character that you haven't seen before.

But there's something I have to get out of the way first before I inadvertently end this section on a bad note. Apparently, the new Pokemon characters in this game have been designed to evoke the appearance of the pocket monsters they have replaced. Examples include Koromori replaced Zubat and Gigaiasu replaced Geodude.

Even the “Bats and Rock monsters in caves” basic idea is still applied to a certain extent. Of course, there are differences but the similarities are there for gamers with a keen eye to see.

With that being said, let's start discussing the reasons why Pokemon designs only garnered 8 on a scale of 1 to 10. We can agree that several of the new Pokemon characters are either stupid or ugly, such as all the legendary Pokemon and the Dokkora line with the exception of the version mascots. Fortunately, the well-designed pocket monsters more than made up for the deficiencies!

If you're looking for cute pocket monsters, your best bets are Chiraamii, Monmen, and Kurumiru because of their charming designs. If you want cool Pokemon on your team, you can try Pendoraaor or Zeburaika, which is Shimama's evolved form. If your tastes run along the weird Pokemon, you have the benefit of the Yabakuron and Baibanira lines.

To be honest about it, the Isshu region's Pokemon have almost always defeated my Pokemon characters from previous versions. While Giaru – or Gear – may be the less imaginative replacement for Magnemite, its battle form is, indeed, such a sight to behold in virtual terms.

If you have lingering issues about the lame stats, the typing, or the battle motion, you should move on. Plus, you will find a wide range of Pokemon types in the Isshu region.

In general, each Pokemon game featured plenty of Water types but without Ghost types. But in Isshu, the Water types have been significantly cut down while still satisfying the Surfers and considerably increased the number of Ghost types, such as Hitomoshi and Desumasu. Add the other types that have also been expanded, such as the Bug Type, and the White version is a joy to play. 

Suffice it to say that the Isshu region has a pocket monster for every gamer!


Also, the game designers didn't get on a full-on mode with forms, as was the case in the fourth generation. You will not find new evolution along the lines of Wormadam and Mothim, sadly, although a few of the new characters undergo changes in form. Examples include Basurao's permanent color differences and Hihidaruma's Psychic form. 

You may be disappointed that there aren't many differences in gender although it must also be said that the game designers never really used the idea anyway. The existing ones, nonetheless, are cool but Nintendo could have explored the idea more. 

Sound (9/10)

One word: Fantastic! The music and sound effects from the battle theme for the wild Pokemon to the theme for Team Plasma were catchy, vibrant and interesting. Such was the music's audio appeal that I'd sometimes listen to the catchy music for a few minutes before starting on the battle mode. But as with every game, there will be a few times with little to no auditory appeal but as you progress in the game, you are likely to find one that you can enjoy listening to for a few minutes. 

Game Freak also deserves praise for its creation of fantastic new cries for the pocket monsters. For example, I don't have to quickly turn off the volume to avoid Electabuzz's annoying cry. Most, if not all, of the Pokemon cries are unique aside from giving a relatively pleasant auditory experience.