Pokémon Stadium 2 User Reviews
Will last for years, if not decades
During the time with Nintendo 64 players waiting for the Game-Cube to be released, two games arrive as surprise last-minute releases. One is Paper Mario; the other is Pokemon Stadium 2.
Determined to make every effort to use the Rumble Pak and Transfer Pak to their full effects, Nintendo's second game in the Pokemon Stadium Series is the sequel to the game which really launches the Transfer Pak, and is the second birth of the inter-console connection systems - Pokemon Stadium.
The Gym Challenge is a lot more varied this time, and as opposed to being a basic case of three Trainers and the Gym ...
Great graphics, an improvement over its predecessor, music is nice, animation for the attacks are better, more pokemon.The bad:
Once again, it gets a bit on the boring side after a while. The game is short, just like the first one.Summary:
The first pokemon stadium was great, and now here comes part 2 of the pokemon series. Personally, I think its an okay game. The pokemon that you can use have changed because now you are capable of using more of them. Its compatible again with the transfer pack as well. Not much to say for this game except the fact that its much more of the same that you've already experienced from the first one, only its much better. Like for instance, when you call out an attack, it will actually have an attack sequence thats worth watching, as opposed to some boring run-up-to-your-opponent-and-attack or s...
This game is great for Pokemon lovers, or if you're just a fan of small cute furry stuff, except for some................
Fight gym leaders, tournaments, or just a friendly little match against a CPU!
Thats not all...there are an overwhelming 100 more Pokemon! Each with their own special stats and elements.
If you have Pokemon on the game boy, dont let them miss out on the 3D fun, if you have one if those thingies that let you play your game-boy games on the Nintendo, hook up your game and there you go!! ...
Awesome 3-D Pokemon, new stuff to do, and even an Academy for beginning Trainers! There's more challenges and more Pokemon Games, including new info on Egg Groups!The bad:
Hmm... I can't really find anything bad about this game. It rocks in every way possible!! How can ANYONE not like this game?! ?Summary:
Wow. I've never seen a game better than this! Nintendo did it really nice for this one. Tons of stuff for you to do. This is the best Pokemon Stadium yet! I don't see how anything could beat it. A - W - E - S - O - M - E!!!!!Great graphics, great sound effects, great EVERYTHING!!! Go Pokemon!!! Nothing else I can say for this awesome game! You truly gotta catch 'em all in this spectacular game!!!PS- The minimum length is WAY too long...>_<
Lots of fighters to choose from to suit anybody's fighting style.The bad:
TUURRNS! The bane of me! TUURRNS! Really, the turn-taking bit needs to be stopped. Your Pokedude is standing there, and you have no buttons to press. You just hope that your Pokedude at least moves a few inches from its starting point.Summary:
The sound guy often mispronounces the Pokedude's names, and gives you verbal torment when you don't pick a move fast enough. The game practically plays itself, which is bad for the fun factor. I hope that the 4th Stadium game doesn't do this. Plus, the trainers are nowhere to be seen, which makes the game name sound wierd. Everything else, however, is perfect. The minigames, quizzes, and tournaments are a blast, and a great city layout as well. This game, overall, is so-so.
Great graphics, cool sounds unique for each pokemon, different stages and modesThe bad:
The battles can get frustrating, as when you lose with no continues you must start over.Summary:
This game is great for Pokemon lovers, or if you're just a fan of small cute furry stuff! (not ALL Pokemon are small and cute of course) Watch your favourite Pokemon duke it out in a selection of different battlegrounds, ranging from parks to stadiums! Fight gym leaders, tournaments, or just a friendly little match against a CPU! Thats not all...there are an overwhelming 100 more Pokemon! Each with their own special stats and elements. If you have Pokemon on the game boy, dont let them miss out on the 3D fun, if you have one if those thingies that let you play your game-boy games on the Ni...
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