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Pokémon Battle Revolution (Wii)

Pokémon Battle Revolution (Wii)
alaScore 78

45 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 45 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the graphics, whereas there are some less positive comments about the value for money.

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value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Pokémon Battle Revolution (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 45 reviews)

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Pokemon Battle Revolution (Wii)

 

The joys of Pokemon can be a difficult thing to explain to those who haven't been hooked. From a distance, the core Pokemon games look like standard-abiding Japanese role-playing games, and the changes that the series has undergone over the years have...

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Pokémon Battle Revolution

 

Pokémon — love it or hate it, there's no denying the sheer scale of the phenomenon. With 175 million titles sold worldwide, only the Mario franchise can boast higher figures, and everyone's favourite Italian plumber has been around for 15 years...

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Pokemon Battle Revolution

 

Introduction:

1) The gameplay was so poor on the stand alonegame that I went out and bought Pokemon Pearl. I couldn’t in allconscience review this game without testing the import feature and I'mglad that I did. The game is much less mind-numbing when you havemore...

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Pokemon Battle Revolution

 

Pokemon nutbars rejoice: Pokemon Battle Revolution is a super bland game of warrior puffballs trading puffdowns and making shrill noises! Online, too! Non-nutbars: Pokemon Battle Revolution is a super bland game.

If your cuckoo for Pokemon, odds are you'll pick up Pokemon Battle Revolution regardless of critical opinion. And fair enough, it's a great, reverently faithful, Pokemon stadium brawler where, turn by turn, you have your animated puffball take a...

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Pokemon Battle Revolution

 

Pokemon Battle Revolution would have been a solid Wii launch title. This makes sense, since it did hit shelves then in Japan, but the late U.S. release had players expecting a bit more. They didn't get it.

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Pokemon Battle Revolution

 

Individuality

On a positive note, the customization is quite extensive. Players can fully outfit their character with different styled glasses, hair, hats, shirts, trousers, you name it. Players can also give their character's distinct catch phrases and...

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Pokemon Battle Revolution

 

Nintendo in many ways has been in front of the curve in terms of gaming innovation, as the Nintendo Wii really has taken a completely new approach to

As mentioned very early on in the review, Pokemon Battle Revolution was developed for the Pokemon faithful in mind, and although you can try battling through this game with little experience the game definitely favors the more knowledgeable. For that I...

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Pokemon Battle Revolution

 

Nintendo takes a big step into the online gaming space, and clearly has a lot of catching up to do.

Attractive 3D pokémon models; a way to get choice specs and leftovers without hacking Pokémon Emerald

Stability issues are a concern; no win/loss tracking; friend code system is counter-productive to online matchmaking; very light on content

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A pathetic excuse for a Pokemon game

 

Pokemon Battle Revolution was a highly anticipated title that was supposed to be a very fun game, the first on the Wii to feature Wi-fi connection, allowing players to battle their critters across the world. However, this quick cash-out is nothing...

Graphics are decent

Earbleeding sound effects, horrible Wi-fi connection, everything else

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Pokemon Battle Revolution (Wii)

 

Pokemon Battle Revolution was a highly anticipated title that was supposed to be a very fun game, the first on the Wii to feature Wi-fi connection, allowing players to battle their critters across the world. However, this quick cash-out is nothing...

Graphics are decent

Earbleeding sound effects, horrible Wi-fi connection, everything else