Pokemon Soul Silver

Pokemon Soul Silver

Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
1w Usually ships within 1 week.


Compatible With Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
1w Usually ships within 1 week
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Soul Silver is the sequel to the Pokemon Fire Red/ Leaf green released in 2004 on Game Boy Advance. 3 years after the initial defeat of the Rocket Organization, a new hero is setting off on a new journey in the Jouto area. Receiving a pokemon from the researcher Dr. Utsugi, off you go on your adventures and meet all the pokemon and challenges.The Rocket Organization who has been using pokemon as tools back in the Kanto area are back. What are they aiming for this time? Can you become the hero to save the day? Train your pokemon in the gyms, enter the pokemon league and duel with the gym leaders to earn badges. Aiming at the top place in the pokemon trainer world, off you go!Train your pokemon as you walk. Take the pokemon walker with you wherever you go. The more steps you take, the more experience your pokemon become. Use the infrared device to put your strengthened pokemon into the game world in your DS.More legendary pokemon are showing up. Tame the glittery Lugia in Soul Silver.

further info

Original Name  ポケットモンスター ソウルシルバー
Official Release Date Sep 12, 2009
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0002750940
Catalog No.  NTR-R-IPGJ
Item Code  4902370517903


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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:131

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my_name_is_yada (122) on 28, Dec. 2013 00:40 (HKT)
don't miss buy to collect it
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kaminix (9) on 24, Aug. 2013 18:04 (HKT)
Possibly my favorite Pokémon yet
I've played Red (gen 1), Emerald and Pearl before. Emerald was my previous favorite but this is fantastic. Love that you can get back to Kanto and everything.

Would give it a five if it wasn't for the difficulty. I know it's a kids' game but there's really no challenge whatsoever. My team of only one starter pokémon and some low level HM Slaves have never died and I recently completed my second gym in Kanto (that is, after doing the 8 Johto gyms and the Elite Four).

But I'm mostly in it for collecting Pokémons, and the selection of new spieces from the second generation stays very true to the first one which I like. No levitating ice cream cones etc. :-)
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jupetta (4) on 21, Jun. 2013 01:02 (HKT)
Revisiting the best Pokemon game
I've played every gen of Pokemon from Red-Green onwards. Gold and Silver were always my favorite story-wise so it's great to have a remake that brings the gameplay and interface up to date as well. The Pokewalker is a fun extra gimmick that encourages you to get active with your Pokemon. HGSS is showing its age a little now with Gen6 on the horizon, but it's still well worth a spin if only to pick up some of the rarer legendaries.
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toraken13 (37) on 26, Jul. 2012 09:50 (HKT)
Favorite in the series
Yeah! With all the advancements and few degenerative enhancements, it's hard to say what the official best game is, but in my own opinion, I still love this game to death! Much improved on the gen. 2 originals, yet a lot of the same feel!
I even recently started playing Crystal (Very Humbling!)!
Both of the games in this set follow the pattern of Crystal, but maintain the version exclusives!
I like Lugia! So much so, that I've already gotten 3 copies of this verion, 2 of them, their original Japanese. Have the figurines that came with the U.S. Versions Johto DS reservation. And was Finally able to watch Pokemon: Lugia (Pokemon 2000) in it's original format (and heard the original Song of Lugia), which I bought on Japanese DVD from here! And realized the significance of "Ash's" importance in the story, even in his actual name, Satoshi (which translates as reason).
The games are fun and this is the original platform that I completed the Johto stories on! I'd only, maybe, made it to the 2nd Gym before I got my own Japnese copies.
Yes, I rather enjoy the Japanese versions of these as they provide slightly more challenge. And with the advent of the Gen. 5 games, I abhor my native U.S. versions (so much so, that I haven't even bothered with getting the U.S. Versions of the Gen. 5 games, nor will I).
So much to do! Such a fun game!
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ogieniok123 (1) on 06, Jul. 2011 02:08 (HKT)
Great game
I haven't got that much fun in a while. It's a great remake of the II Gen. A must have for all Pokemon fans.
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