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According to Nintendo, “Pokémon HeartGold Version and Pokémon SoulSilver Version return players to the scenic Johto region first introduced in the beloved original Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver games nearly a decade ago. The richly detailed adventure of Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver is now enhanced for the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi systems with updated graphics and sound, as well as new touch-screen features and a host of surprises. Pokémon HeartGold Version and Pokémon SoulSilver Version bring dozens of Pokémon characters back into the limelight for a new Pokémon generation – and longtime fans – to catch, train and battle.”
So what does this mean? It means there’s TONS of fun stuff to explore and play with!
Heart Gold/Soul Silver is the 1st game where your Pokémon is not only outside the Pokéball, but walks alongside and can communicate with you as well. There are 17 types of elements (rock, flying, dark, psychic, to name a few) to choose from because when it comes to battle because size doesn’t matter, it’s all about the element.
Other fun stuff includes:
Pokégear – Multifunctional item includes a radio with hints, tips and a music channel with songs for waking (Pokémon March) or for calming one down (Pokémon Serenade)
Pokédex –inventory menu
Pokémon PC –storage area
In game cell phone – as you defeat monsters, you exchange numbers with trainers…the best part is that you also have a “Mother” who will call you to give you tips or will call other trainers to tell you to call home.
Both versions also have most of the Pokémon from all games to compensate for new fans and because the game is all about collecting and trading, you’re also encouraged to trade your internationally. The great part about that is that those particular Pokémon’s names will be translated according to country. And once you catch them, you can rename them!
But this was the thing that makes people say “Ooh! What’s that??”
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the Pokéwalker.
Pokéwalker works like a pedometer, it powers whatever Pokémon you decided to load that day (sorry, kids. Can only hold one at a time) and as you go about your day, that particular one will power up. You can also transfer Pokémon and items both from and to your DS. This particular feature may be a great way for parents and kids can compromise during times/places where playing with your DS (Church, School) would be inappropriate. Kid can download the monster, Mom can toss Pokéwalker into her bag, the monster gets energy boost…everybody wins!
Check out some gameplay footage!
Pokémon HeartGold Version and Pokémon SoulSilver will be available for the DS on March 14, 2010 – Interested? Why not call us to place a preorder!
Article source – http://www.girlgamer.com
Army Of Two 40th day
Mass Effect 2
my choice is Mass effect 2
The Newest game in the sucesfull Halo Series is nearly apon us.
Available from us from tuesday
and yes we do have the Sgt Johnson Unlockable codes as well,
So be quick
See you there
Out this Friday
the next instalment in the award winning series.
Wicked reviews on metacritic
Also out this week Guitar hero 5
see you all in the shop
Out today we have IL2 Sturmovik birds of prey on xbox360 and Ps3
now you can turn the tide of the second world war.
Metacritic average score of 83% i believe im right in saying that is the best score a flight sim has got on the ps3 or abox360
see you in store
Mention: ‘the dirty cat stole my kipper’ to get an extra £1 off
This is a test. It’s pretty awesome.
While other superheroes merely catch the crooks and then parade around with smug smirks, Batman goes out of his way to get inside the criminal mind and twist it into submission; that alone makes him one of my favorite comic book characters. Similarly, Batman: Arkham Asylum crawls inside your head and rearranges the furniture. It’s a triumph of mood and psychological tension, and devoted fans will find a great deal to excite them. But they’re also bound to be disappointed by its reliance on repetitive combat and a shortage of villains worth the big man’s attention.
(Arkham Asylum) uses the heritage and tone of the license beautifully, with a great setting, brooding atmosphere and an all-star line-up of characters, and importantly, Batman doesn’t feel like just another hero in this game. He’s The Bat. What does that mean? It means that you’re not mashing your way through combat; you’re methodically and stylishly beating your enemies to a bloody pulp with a character who’s weighty and powerful and can handle multiple attackers simultaneously. You’re using gadgets to help you in combat and to move through the world like a high tech assassin.
I really enjoyed this game, so much so that I would have its babies if such a thing were possible. Sure, the last two boss fights sour the attraction a little, but all relationships have problems. Just look at Batman’s list of lovers and Robins if you want examples. Seriously, though, Batman: Arkham Asylum is an excellent game. Buy it, play it and bask in the glow of the brightest Batman game to date.
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