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Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire   (104 ratings)

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TitlePokemon Ruby/Sapphire
GenreRole Playing
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Submitted by Anonymous 
(Aug 15, 2007)

If you liked the other pokemon games then you'll love this one.In ruby/sapphire you try to catch 'em all yet again in the brand new Hoenn region.There are tons of new pokemon and cooler starters.There is a lot more actioc in these games than the old games.

In the beginning you move to a small town to start your pokemon journey.And once it starts,you might never finish it since there is so much to do that only a really determined trainer can do it.You find a man being chased by a pokemon.You quickly grab one of three pokeballs from a bag that the man dropped.You get to pick which pokeball you choose.Each one has a different pokemon with different skills that will help you on your journey.

There are many secrets in this game.Some that most people don't even know about.Even though this whole pokemon journey thing sounds like a neverending story,you will never stop playing the game.I have this game and I enjoyed it alot and so wil you.

Submitted by Mike Montgomery 
(Feb 02, 2005)

I've played all the Pokemon games so far, and they just keep getting better and better. In this little cartridge is hundreds of hours of gameplay and I'm pretty sure it's impossible to fully complete. Well, unless you dedicated your life to it (thousands of hours). It's for this very reason that the Pokemon series is so great.

As the games are based off the show, the goal is pretty obvious - to catch 'em all! You start by choosing a single pokemon (all extremely rare and can't be found in the wild). Then your adventure begins to beat all the Gym Leaders and become the best Pokemon trainer in the world. Everywhere you go you will be challenged by other trainers, and before you know it your Pokemon will be shooting up levels and becoming very powerful. It's important to have a balanced mix of elements in your party, otherwise you'll stand no chance against certain opponents.

The graphics have been dramatically improved since it's predecessor Pokemon Gold/Silver, mainly because it's for the Gameboy Advance as opposed to the Gameboy Colour. Nintendo have really done a great job.

I suppose it helps to be a fan of the show, but even if you're not, there is still plenty of fun to be had. A word of warning though - this is probably the most addictive game out there. It WILL take over your life.

Gameplay - 10
Story - 9
Graphics - 9
Music - 10
Replay - 10
Overall - 10



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