Pokémon Game Boy Color Series Review
Here is a brief review of one of the most popular video games ever created by mankind. There are a lot of games that I love deeply but if you ask me to choose one among thouthands that I would take to an uninhabited islandt that would be Pokemon.. or... maybe Minecraft. But today lets talk about Pokemon.
Even though the calendar keeps telling us it’s already 2020, I just can’t get Pokémon out of my heads. Pokémon (Pocket Monsters) is a series of games developed by Game Freak and Creatures Inc. and published by Nintendo as part of the Pokémon franchise. The main series of games are made in the JRPG genre, but the spin-offs can be of a wide variety of genres, such as a puzzle, action RPG, and Tamagotchi.
Pokémon Gold and Silver are Japanese RPG games developed for the Game Boy Color handheld game console by Game Freak and published jointly by Nintendo and The Pokémon Company. Pokémon Gold and Silver are direct sequels to the Pokémon Red and Blue storyline. The games added 100 new types of Pokémon to the 151 species presented in Red and Blue - thus, there are 251 types of Pokémon in the game.
As in previous games, the player travels the world and participates in turn-based battles. Our goal is to catch different types of Pokémon and complete the entire Pokédex, an electronic encyclopedia about Pokémon. Let’s go!
The Gold and Silver versions are almost the same, except for a slight difference in the plot and Pokémon for catching - both Gold and Silver lack several dozen types of character. To get all types of Pokémon, I just exchange Pokémon with the owners of another version. And that’s it.
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Similarly to Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow, we travel through a fictional world. As the game progresses, new locations are opened to explore the game further. Different types of these creatures live in forests, caves, fields, mountains, etc. When we pass through such places, a wild Pokémon can attack us; it means the battle begins.
I also love to be challenged by another Pokémon trainer. The battle takes place on a separate game screen. When a fight begins, my Pokémon attacks an enemy character. During the battle, I can take four actions: use one of the Pokémon’s abilities, use an item from my inventory, change the Pokémon I fight with, or run away from the battle (remember, you cannot escape from the battle if another Pokémon trainer challenges you).
Each character has hit points - if they run out, the Pokémon will not be able to fight until he is cured. By defeating another Pokémon, your Pokémon gains experience points. After earning a certain amount of points, the Pokémon gets to a new level. So that the characteristics of your creature improve, and, what I like the most, the Pokémon can learn a new skill or obtain a new superpower.
When certain conditions are met (for example, at a certain level, when using a certain object, etc.), a Pokémon can evolve - turn into their developed forms. Capturing a new Pokémon is an important element of gameplay.
Although the basic gameplay in Gold and Silver has remained approximately the same as in Red and Blue, there are still some new developments. A time system was added, which included date changes, days of the week, and the ability to synchronize the clock in real time. Many factors depend on the time of day; in particular, different wild Pokémon can appear at different times of the day. Moreover, certain events only happen on certain days of the week.
The fictional universe of games is an alternative modern world. Instead of animals, though, there are creatures that look like ordinary animals but have supernatural powers - Pokémon. People called Pokémon Trainers catch them and train them to fight. Trainers do not directly participate in battles, only their Pokémon fight, so they only give creature commands on what trick or ability to use. The battles last until either all Pokémon of your opponent lose consciousness or he surrenders – nobody ever dies in the game.
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Rick Ortiz is a crazy video gaming fan. He is here to find some like minded gaming geeks to share experience and emotions.