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Boredom has lead to the rather nifty browser-based Pokemon Trading Card Game. Despite the game perhaps being too simply for my tastes, it's a lot of fun and a decent way to pass the time, especially when I'm sweeping aside every challenge single player mode has thrown at me (I'm too chicken to play PvP). Until now, that is.
Success in a card game is as much down to luck as it is logical decision making and planning. Sometimes, you'll draw all the right cards to apply your strategies,
Updated 27th February 2012 at 09:56 PM by VTP-Dawkins93
I am at the stage now on Pokemon Black where the only things left for me to are to catch the remaining Pokemon and beat certain trainers. By nature, I am quite lazy and thus tend to go into these difficult battles underleveled and underprepared. But hey, it's more fun that way, right?
When my team of levels in the range of 60-63 fighting these trainers, I need every advantage I can get; status effects, crticial hits, type advantage... One thing I have come to realise though is that
Perhaps this is not the best place to do so, but I feel the need to talk about some of the games I have played recently. I guess you could call this a quasi-review, but it's more of a rant on some of the aspects I really disliked and there won't be much balance.
The game in question is The Lord of the Rings: War in the North. The latest installment in the immensley successful franchise, this time following the unlikely team, as the game likes to point out at every opportunity, of