Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
I have love Pokemon since I was 7, and I think im over growing it. Maybe this new one can boost my nerd up :D
Not much too say
This game is ok. Not the best Pokemon game ever. It is a little hard to play. You have to understand the way the game is saying. You have to deal with getting a house built. To do that you have to do this do that. I don't know what else to say.
A list of pros and cons
I have played the Mystery Dungeon series since the first ones for the Game Boy advance came out, so this is written with experience while playing those as well. I have also composed a list of pros and cons
Well, here we go.
*More realistic dungeons.
*You can play with friends.
*You can generate dungeons by taking pictures of round objects.
*Moves get stronger as you use them
*You can chose your own Pokemon in the beginning. (Although I'm kind of neutral on this one because the test was kind of fun.)
*You save after every mission instead of only at your sleeping place.
*Instead of a bank and an item storage, you are provided with storage boxes around town where you can store everything.
*Bad selection of Pokemon.
*Enemy Pokemon can evolve and are freakishly strong.
*Dungeons don't seem to look that different from one another.
*When you generate dungeons, you can't play as the Pokemon you are. You play as a randomly generated Pokemon.
*You can't go on multiple missions at once.
*I dislike where the map of the dungeons is when you're in them. (They're on a separate screen, so you can only look at either the map or yourself.)
*Whenever I save, it tells me to rest before I save more. Since this seems like advice for children and since I play Pokemon for hours at a time, I find this rather irritating.
With all of those thoughts pushed aside, I do enjoy the game so far. I think the Mystery Dungeon games are done extremely well. The big thing for me with this one is that I feel as if they tried to gear it more towards younger children. Which, for older gamers, is often slightly annoying.
I just played the demo for this game- and loved it! My brother and I had Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team for GBA & Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time for DS and although my brother liked them, I didn't enjoy them at all- so obviously I wasn't really sure what I was getting into when I downloaded the demo. The first thing I noticed was how nice the graphics were compared to the earlier versions- the 3D looked very cool and fit the game nicely. The story was enjoyable- although it still had the usual cheesiness of all Pokemon games, it was still rather nice and interesting. Gameplay was mostly the same as the recent titles in this series, and i like how you now have the ability to chose which moves your parter can use. The world looks beautiful and I like all the characters. Overall, the demo was excellent and I can assure you the game will be just as good. I'm definitely buying this when it comes out. Still, if you havent played a Pokemon Mystery Dungeon game yet, I would recommend you try the demo first, because they are different and not for everyone.
This game is a fun game. The best thing was the graphics. The graphics amazed me by a lot. I love the concept of the paradise. It's really fun and easy. I do have few dislikes about the game. First, there are only 144 pokemons in the game. Second, you can't recruit legendary pokemons. And third, there is no story after you finish the main story unlike the past series. Overall, this game is a fun game.
Not as good as previous Mystery Dungeon games
I've played a few of the previous Mystery Dungeon games, including Red Rescue team and Explorers Sky. Those were great games which is why I thought Gates to Infinity would be fun.
It's not. First off, there is no quiz for which character you'll be. There's only four options, the Unova starters and Pikachu. I was annoyed at this because the quiz was always fun and there were quite a few options on which Pokemon you'd become in the previous games.
The side quests where you hold the camera up to something circular seemed fun in the commercial. However, you couldn't go into these with the pokemon you originally chose. So that lost its appeal quickly.
While the graphics looked great, the storyline was slow, there was a lot of text, more than I thought necessary and I couldn't find a way to make it go faster, and overall I was just bored.
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Here are pros and cons.
-dialouge is extremely slow
-there is more cut scenes than actual dungeon exploring and game play
-after main story, all you can do is requests and build
-main story is very short, you can beat it in less than 40 hours
-all starters are male
-in "Discover A Maganagate", you can not play as your Pok'emon, unless you complete the dungeon, you get a random starter you didn't choose. Also, after defeating the dungeon, you can play it gain and choose your starter, but it can not be the Pok'emon you chosed as yourself.
-enimies are very strong and can evolve
-you can choose who you want to be
-game play is fun
-Streetpass and Spotpass can be used
-Multiplayer, co-op, and online features are great
-your Pok'emon (you and your partner) do not evolve until after the main story
-you can nickname your Pok'emon whatever you wnat
-you can choose a team name
-3D is amazing
-graphics are great
I am love the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series. I've loved the series ever since the Blue rescue team, it had a great story, great gameplay, and it was overall fun, but we're here today to talk about the new insallment in the Mystery Dungeon series: Gates to Infinity. Story: The story, as always, involves you saving a mystic pokemon and becoming a pokemon to savee the pokemon world. Within the first few minutes of the game there is just one little thing missing it's missing the "what pokemon are you?" quiz. I'm glad I can choose what pokemon I can become instead of a potential skitty, but I wish we got more than 5 characters, but that's just nitpicking. The first chapter involves you meeting your partner and going through your first dungeon to find Quagsire. Quagsire here is selling your partner property so he can explore mystery dungeons. In the process though, you'll need a house, but it's only the first chapter. After completing the first chapter you can choose missions, just like in explorers of sky. The only difference is there is a new organization called "HAPPI" instead of "Wigglytuff's guild." Presentation: Overall the presentation is beautiful, the graphics are great for a 3ds game, and the only reason it's more zoomed in in comparison to other Mystery dungeon games is that if it was any farther out, you wouldn't b able to admire the game's beauty. Also, since this is a Pokemon game, the music is great, even though sometime's through out the story, you'll only hear sound effects, but it's not really noticeable. It is definitely amazing. Gameplay: The gameplay is what you would expect from a mystery dungeon game, it's a overhead dungeon crawling game with smooth controls, and a speed up button if you're in a hurry, it's the same thing, but I like it. There is also a new mode called "Partner mode." It allows you to play any one of your pokemon you left back at base, you can do two missions on the main story. Also, the exp. you gain in partner mode will go to your partners you're playing as, and your main character. There is also "The V-Wheel" mechanic which changes each in game day, it gives the chosen type of the day the advantage i.e. If you chose Snivy and got a grass type V-wave, you would get more exp and a stronger attack power on that day. It's very cool. Finally, the dlc, and post game will keep you playing for hours more. Verdict: Pokemon Mystery: Gates to Infinity is not the game for everyone, but this would be the easiest game to get into, you won't regret it. In the end though, I really love this game, it's no explorers of sky, but it is a great game for nearly anyone, even some non-pokemon fans may like it. A 9.5/10: Amazing! I know there are some problems with it, but to me they're just nitpicks and it doesn't affect the game as a whole, but it's not as grand as explorers of sky. The replay value makes up for it in spades though, and it is one of the "must buy" games on the 3ds right now. :D P.s. I know I didn't cover everything, but you'll just have experience the game for yourself.
A blast in 3d.
I all ways loved Pokémon. I love how they used the 3ds system to their advantage and able to make really pop out of the game system. It's also cool how you can travel to different places when looking at a round object in the real world. Have fun with this game.
Its a disapointment to a great series.
I love pokemon mystery dungeon games. The stories of the past games kept me addicted the whole way through, and then post game, there is so much more to do. You could recruit legendaries, take on harder dungeons, even ones with 99 floors. This pokemon md game was a disappointment. The story was awful with very few great parts. It was comprised of many stalling and annoying scenes and distractions. I could care less about the story as i went through the game. I love the post game of md games. I like challenges and recruiting legendaries. I found out there is only 5 legendaries from black and white, and ho-oh, and none can be recruited. There were new dungeons, but with no point to reaching the end. I quickly sold the game after beating it before the price plummets on this mistake of a game.