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Pokemon Rumble Blast- 3DS

Pokemon Rumble Blast- 3DS
alaScore 81

8 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo 3DS Games the Pokemon Rumble Blast (3DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 8 reviews)

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Pokemon Rumble Blast (3DS)

 

Pokemon is a series that comprises a multitude of titles, the majority of which are actually spin-offs. These spin-offs tend to vary wildly in quality--some of them are exceptionally well done, while others are mediocre, and a few of them are just...

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Pokémon Rumble Blast

 

Wearing out your "A" button.

All 600+ Pokémon in one game ; Charming ; Extremely simplistic-watch a movie while you play ; Multiplayer, Streetpass content

Extremely repetitious ; Simplistic to a fault ; Some Pokémon are frustratingly hard to collect

Yeah but the player's motivation is roughly similar: Get moar loot! Still Rumble isn't a game that can be sold at retail without being a total ripoff. It's the kind of thing that could go on the eShop but I guess the number of mons in the game is...

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Pokemon Rumble Blast Review

 

Pokemon Rumble Blast is an overly simplistic, repetitive action game.

Toy Pokemon characters have a compact, cute charm ; Lots of Pokemon to collect

Extremely simplistic and repetitive combat ; Sparse variety in stages and settings ; Brain-dead bosses ; Trying to improve Pokemon feels like a waste of time and effort ; Few changes from the WiiWare game

Unfortunately, that's where the fun ends. The central gameplay of Pokemon Rumble Blast is extremely simplistic: the circle pad/D-pad moves your selected Pokemon around the arena, while A and B perform the attacks the Pokemon comes equipped with (many...

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Pokemon Rumble Blast Nintendo 3DS Review

 

Turns out, Rumble Blast is a follow up to 2009's WiiWare (and $15) effort, Pokemon Rumble, and it plays in similar fashion, where the goal is to recruit Pokemon into your stable of characters by beating them senseless.

Simplistic fighting for kids, over 600 toy Pokemon to collect, StreetPass battles

Repetitive combat, easy to beat

Pokemon Rumble Blast is the first Pokemon video game for 3DS, though it shares little in common with the more fully featured titles in the franchise, namely this year's Black and White. Instead of providing a turn-based RPG experience, Nintendo crafted...

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Review: Pokemon Rumble Blast (Nintendo 3DS)

 

Finally, we have the Mysterious Room. This isn't really a mode unto itself, but it is pretty unique so I'm talking about it here. The first version of the room pits you against FIFTY other Pokemon – luckily not all at the same time. The room is small...

Pokemon Rumble Blast is one of the better titles for the 3DS this year, but if you don’t own a 3DS or the t have a 3DS, stick with the Wiiware version.5-40 price tag is too much, remember there is a WiiWare version for only Pokemon Rumble Blast is one...

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Pok?mon Rumble Blast

 

The first Pok?mon title designed for Nintendo 3DS, Pok?mon Rumble Blast has players venturing into the world of Toyland, home to over 600 miniature versions of their favorite Pok?mon creatures. Instead of a role-playing design with turn-based battles a

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Pokemon Rumble Blast

 

Pokemon Rumble Blast is an overly simplistic, repetitive action game.

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