Pokemon Pearl
 
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Compatible With Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
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  • aka. Pocket Monsters Pearl

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Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl take place in an all-new region called Sinnoh. When you set off on your travels, you'll be able to play as either a boy or girl Trainer. Pokémon fans have caught glimpses of Mime Jr., Lucario, Munchlax and Weavile in Pokémon movies, and these Pokémon will be debuting in this adventure.Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl will challenge you to explore the Sinnoh region in an incredibly deep RPG adventure. Before your quest is complete, you'll meet over 100 new Pokémon and challenge countless Trainers along the way. Like previous core Pokémon titles, these games feature an engrossing storyline and well-balanced RPG action.

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Official Release Date  Jul 27, 2007
Language  English
Genre  RPG
Version  Europe
PAX-Code PAX0001573571

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:42

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CN_KEVIN (28) on 01, Nov. 2014 15:31 (HKT)
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I remember that in high school I played Diamond version and one of my friend played pearl version. And now, 8 years passed, I wanna collect all the games I played at that time. It brings the happiness time to me again.
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fire-feather (1) on 04, Jul. 2014 00:09 (HKT)
Right in the Nostalgia
This came like a blast from the past. Even though out of all the generations (1-6) this is my least favourite (I still really love it though) I had great memories playing this game when it first came out in english. Picking it up in Japanese brought back all those memories and yet it still felt like a new game because, well, it was brand new and it's in a different language. That along with the fact that I'm playing through with a team that I've never used before. This is a great addition to my collection, and if you're a pokemon fan, I suggest you add it to your collection to if you didn't already!
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Doomsday (2) on 10, Jan. 2013 17:23 (HKT)
A good pokemon version
You have to try it at least one time in your life !
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shadowstar123 (249) on 31, Jul. 2010 22:06 (HKT)
It's OK...
I would actually say that Pokemon Diamond and Pearl are the worst in the series, but still playable at least 1 time through.

The highlight in the game is the battle against Palkia. Other than that, there's nothing special about this game.

It's a typical Pokemon game where you catch all the Pokemon with an insane number of 493 Pokemon to catch total. The gym battles were alright. The Elite 4 wasn't really memorable. However, this game introduced playing Pokemon online and use of the Global Trade Center to trade Pokemon world wide. It also features voice chat during battles and trading online. Your Team Rocket enemies are now called Team Galactic which I didn't enjoy as much as Team Magma and Aqua.

My biggest problems with this game were criss crossing Mount Coronet so many times. It seems like every time you complete a gym, you need to go back to this place and play a little bit in it, then leave. Also, there are I think 3 Pokemon that evolve only in this mountain. Also, this game has way too many legends that involve use of the GBA games. Plus, Arceus, Darkrai, and Shaymin were nearly impossible to get without cheating because they involved real life events.

If you are looking for a Pokemon game that is different from the rest, try this game out, although I always tell everyone to just get Pokemon Platinum.
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derfbwh (1) on 14, Mar. 2010 02:31 (HKT)
It's still a classic, but not THE classic.
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl are very much classics, following the same formula I know and very much love. I was an avid player of my Pokémon Red, loved my Gold, and greatly enjoyed my Ruby. However, something seems to be missing from the fourth generation of Pokémon - the game feels less epic, and more formulaic. The Pokémon seem less inspired, the Elite 4 and Gym Leaders easier, often having only 5 Pokémon instead of the full 6. The legendaries are... ugly, and not exciting. If you're looking for a great Pokémon game on a Nintendo DS, look for Heart Gold and Soul Silver.
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