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3.33 stars 3.33/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 4 releases and 0 DLC
In the late 1990's, Pokemon took the world by storm with its lovable 'animals'. Everyone wanted in on the craze and big business responded with various games, collectible toys, a television series – and yes, even collectible cards. However, even the biggest names in the world produce gems that are simply passed over by the masses. For the Pokemon series, that gem is the Pokemon Trading Card Game.This gem begins by recognizing that everyone knows Pokemon, but will have little to no idea on how to...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
I got this game back in the day when I used to collect the cards, around 1999-2000. I collected the cards, but I never knew how to play until I got this game.The advantage you get with this game over cards is that you get to play against the npc's decks. You might think this is easy, but the computer isn't stupid, it knows how to play. It may not be as fun as playing real people, but chances are the only real people you are going to play is your mom.Work your way through the game, defeat many np...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
The ShortPros- Successfully emulates both the trading card game and the regular Pokemon formula- Lots of bosses/Gym leaders to fight, cards to unlock, and decks to make and manage- The inclusion of RPG elements and unlocks help the game retain some replayabilityCons- Looks kind of ugly- If you don't like the Pokemon Card Game, you'll pretty much hate this- No cards from Gold/Silver, despite coming out the same year- Is basically just a bunch of boss fights you can repeat for more cards, until yo...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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