Pokémon White Version Pro Reviews

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Pokémon White Version Reviews

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GameSpot 7.5/10 Mar 04 '11
VideoGamer.com 9/10 Feb 14 '11
Neoseeker 7.0 / 10 Mar 06 '11
1UP  --- Mar 07 '11
EuroGamer 9/10 Mar 03 '11
Games Radar 9/10 Mar 04 '11
GameZone 9.0/10 Mar 11 '11
GameZone 9.0/10 Mar 11 '11
GameZone 9/10 Mar 11 '11
IGN DS 9.0/10 Mar 04 '11
Worthplaying 8.0/10 Mar 30 '11
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Pokémon White Version Previews

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IGN DS Jun 28 '10
Destructoid Oct 03 '10
Games Radar Feb 01 '11
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"There're a hundred different ways to look at Pokémon Black/White. A large segment of the gaming population will undoubtedly view it as just a retread; a much smaller segment will view it strictly in terms of the new mechanics, and plenty more will be coming in fresh. Where you fall will ultimately determine how much enjoyment you get out of what is mostly a refinement of the familiar formula. As always, that formula consists of collecting eight badges while finding as many Pokémon as possible. The twist this time: the main antagonists are basically animal rights activists out to free all the world's Pokémon. Your rivals are back as well; though in keeping with the trend started several years ago, they're considerably friendlier than Blue (better known as Gary "Smell Ya' Later" Oak) from the original Pokémon. They pop up frequently throughout your adventure, serving mainly as opponents to test the might of your team."
"I planned on having this post up last week. I figured that playing through ten hours or so of the new Pokémon game would be enough to give you some impressions of how the game turned out. ..."
"Monochrome magic."
" Pokemon Black and Pokemon White feel like what a DS Pokemon game should be. Of course, it has the ultra-deep battle mechanics that Pokemon is known for, coupled with the series' most beautiful graphics and sound to date. And with a new region and now over 600 Pokemon to collect and train, there's more content in B&W than in most (practically all) full console games. No doubt, Pokemon B&W is absolutely a fantastic game. If it were the first entry in the series, instead of a game built upon the shoulders of its predecessors, it would be the easiest 10/10 to award... ..."
" Last week, we finally had our first real look at the English-language localization of Pokemon Black and White. We've been playing imported copies for months, so while the US version didn't contain any surprises, it's nice to confirm at last that no major changes have been made in the localization process. Details inside... ..."