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Pokémon Black Version 2
Pokémon Black Version 2 is turn-based Action-RPG for the handhelds, Nintendo DS, DSi and 3DS. It is a direct sequel to 2010's best-selling game, Pokémon Black Version, and takes place in the series' Unova region, two years after the events of the first game. Game features include: new legendary Pokémon, new areas to explore, new Pokémon not available in the first game version, additional functionality available to 3DS players via the Nintendo eShop, engaging new game mechanics, activities and gym leaders, and the chance to battle trainers from previous games.
A Timeless Pokémon Adventure Continues
Return to the captivating Unova region two years after the events of the original Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version games - the first time in the core Pokémon video game series that a storyline has continued, from one game to another. In the Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 games, players can explore new areas, discover gyms with new leaders and see how everything has changed in the last two years. They can even capture Pokémon not available in the original game versions, and battle favorite opponents from previous game releases.
Key Game Features
- The Unova region has changed and grown in the two years since the original Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version games. The first towns players travel through are completely new, and some characters from the previous games have grown and moved into different roles.
- In Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2, players will also be able to catch some of the Pokémon from outside the Unova region, such as Eevee, Riolu, Tyranitar, Arcanine and Mareep, right from the start of the game.
- Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 feature the Pokémon World Tournament, an exciting battle arena where players will be able to take on numerous gym leaders and champions from previous Pokémon video games. Fans of the series will be able to battle trainers like Lance, champion from the Johto Region, and Volkner, gym leader from the Sinnoh Region. Players can also use a variety of battle styles and moves found in Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 against these classic opponents.
- In addition to this new series installment, the downloadable Pokédex 3D Pro and Pokémon Dream Radar will both be coming to the Nintendo eShop, giving Nintendo 3DS players new ways to catch and learn about their favorite Pokémon.
- Pokémon Dream Radar lets players use several different features of the Nintendo 3DS system, including the Nintendo 3DS camera, motion control and augmented-reality technology, to discover and catch Pokémon. The game includes hard-to-find Pokémon such as the new Therian Formes of Legendary Pokémon Tornadus, Thundurus and Landorus. Players can transfer Pokémon they have caught with Pokémon Dream Radar into their Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 games (visible in 2D only).
- Pokédex 3D Pro is a fully enhanced and upgraded version of the original Pokédex 3D application that includes detailed information about the more than 640 Pokémon featured in the history of the Pokémon video game series. Pokédex 3D Pro will include in-depth sorting, comparison and ranking tools, as well as comprehensive details on what abilities each Pokémon can learn and how it evolves.
Turn-based Pokémon battles.
Detailed info via new systems.
Connect with other trainers.
New varied game mechanics.
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I've recently bought about 5 pokemon games and this was the best one I've bought online for the fact that it came brand new in the package. other online pokemon games came with just the cartridge or even without the sticker on the cartridge, which makes a game seem more like a fake than anything. Great job on this one Poketendo
Another cool feature is the Xtrasensory pad in White 2 which is much like the Pokecaller in Soul Silver/Heart Gold, only you can only call gym leaders and your mom...The graphics for that are really amazing. Weather also plays a large part in the game and it shows you when a pokemon's ability becomes in play once engaged in a battle.
Definitely a cool game and is worth checking out for the new features!
The graphics: 5/5
I give the graphics a full 5 because the increased frame allowance for the pokemon sprites really made the game nicer. Also, Pokestar studios introduced some really great cutscene quality pictures. The 3D model buildings were better than what was presented in both White and Pokemon Soulsilver. The pokedex and C-Gear skins were brought over from white, however the c-gear for White 2 looks nicer and less of a mess than the original white. Being able to flip your pokemon at the touch made the summary more intersting to show both back and front versions of the sprites. This was in full view and not partial view like you see sometimes in the battles. The interface was appealing. The areas were beautiful.
The new soundtracks were awesome. I am still disappointed in the still 8-bit sounds from the pokemon, but the new soundtracks really made all my complaints go away about the pokemon.
The mechanics were still the same from the original pokemon games. I like being able to move around my moves. The pokestar studios can be challenging. The gymleaders were not as challenging as they could have been. Most trainers only had around 3 pokemon. Even the Elite 4 did not all have a full set of 6 pokemon. This was annoying. The White Hollow makes up for a lot of the previous complaints about the challenges. Also, I have not done challenge mode yet, however, I know it is unlockable with the Unova Link with a person who passed the Elite 4 in Black 2. I hated having no item dropbox in the PC. It is nice having an infinite backpack, but I don't like carrying everything and its brother. I don't know if the PC for pokemon is unlimited or not, but I fear it may not be. Getting to the breeding house is absolutely terrible. You cannot head over until after you defeat the Elite 4, also you cannot trade up from Pokemon Soulsilver until after defeating the Elite 4, which is completely awful. The GTS is completely filled with junk trades and you have a hard time finding anyone willing to trade anything of real worth for something not legendary. The daily going to the Pokemon Dream World can be exhausting to get the pokemon you really want. I do like having the transceiver because I can use it to talk to my friends, but pretty much only if they are a room away.
Lasting Appeal: 5/5
Despite my gripes above, I love playing the game and will keep playing it. I am going to go into some serious training.