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Doesn't time fly by? I can't believe it's been four years to the day when Pokemon Battle Revolution for the Wii was released in the UK.
What a fantastic game that was, I don't care if the professionals didn't think much of it. The writers of the official UK Nintendo Magazine have never spoke too highly of it, but it apparently wasn't even worthy of a review. For a battling nut like me, the game was a dream come true, and it is my favourite Stadium game yet.
WARNING: This blog post contains spoilers for the new fourth Professor Layton game, whatever it's called.
I finally made my way to the last three puzzles in the newest Layton game. The first two of these were shockingly easy, but for the very last puzzle, The Greatest Escape, they decided to pull a nasty trick.
As in the previous games, the final puzzle is a sliding-block puzzle. You need to place a block which represents Layton to the bottom right corner of the board,
Just a week to go before it gets released. I'm not sure if I'll buy it on launch because it's going to cost £50, and I already have a Wii Motion Plus from Wii Sports Resort. Still, it's getting very high scores across the board, so it's likely worth the asking price.
My biggest worry about the game? Are there ReDeads in it, and are they as terrifying as the ones from Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask? I don't want to go almost 8 years without finishing the game again.
This is a theory that I've wanted to share for a while now. I might have got some information wrong as I don't like using Game Sharks and the like, but here goes anyway.
Since Gen III, the Pokemon games have been designed so that using certain cheat device codes which damage or change the checksum of the game will make you automatically receive an egg, which is titled Bad Egg. From what I've heard, hatching it can have very harmful effects, such as freezing the game and even deleting
More from my 2001 Pokemon Gold/Silver diary. This time, I face the first Gym Leader Falkner, possibly the weakest one of all time.
Day 1, Entry 3.
I continued to climb the tower, defeating every Sage along the way. They began to get a little stronger, with Level 6-7 Bellsprouts and a Hoothoot, but still no problem. At the top floor, Lapras? had just defeated the elder. The elder critizied Lapras? for his harsh treatment of his Pokemon, telling him not to use them as