Pokemon Rumble Blast Review
by, 24th February 2012 at 07:55 AM (186 Views)
Hello, collectors and those who aren't! This time, I am reviewing one of the best original 3DS titles: Pokemon Rumble Blast!
For some reason, I seem to enjoy this game more than it's preceder, even though the meat of it was the same: you beat the living sh*t out of every Toy Pokemon you see, hoping to befriend them. Maybe because it's because of the story, maybe because it's because every Pokemon known is in there (at the time of release and to the public. Sorry Keldo. You've been shunned.), and maybe it was the Team Battles and the Hyper Mode. And maybe, just maybe, it was because knowing the final boss was a corrupted key instead of a Pokemon.
Anyway, the combat in Blast is simple. You press the A Button, the Pokemon preforms a move. You press the B button, the Pokemon either preforms a move or looks at you as if you're crazy. You press X, and you can switch out Pokemon. If you got hit while switching, the switch fails. Simple, right?
Brief plot explanation: Cobalion and his legion are stealing all the Glowdrops. What? Play the game!!! Or read Bu-nah. Just read the game.
Team Battles are cool. You choose 2 Pokemon to fight alongside you, and you beat up legions of Pokemon. It gets even cooler after this one point, where you can enter "Hyper Mode", stacking the 3 Pokemon and increasing your power, total HP, and Attack and Defense. And you also regain HP. Sweet, right? The only problem is that it drains too quickly...
Anyway, Pokemon Rumble Blast has few problems, one being that the Pokemon can't level up. Seriously, that may be a problem. I have this one Healthy Accelgor that knows Mega Drain and Toxic. Sweet, right? So yeah. The Charge Battles aren't really fun, either. So yeah.
I'ma gonna give this game 9!
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