Pokemon Rumble Blast
THE WAIT IS OVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
this is one of the best spin-off games iv'e seen in a long time. if you've played the original one, then you must buy this. it has the same basic control scheme as the first one, with a few upgrades.1.game is now in 3D; you can really see some things pop out at you. 2.you can now use the analog stick for better control. 3. there's a story mode. 4.getting legendary pokemon becomes easier to befriend. remember in the last one where if you wanted dialga, you would need to go online, see what pokemon you need to befriend get them all when 1/2 of them almost never came up to be fought. one you finally do that and trade them all in and get the ticket, the dialga you worked so hard to get is terrible. now you have to start all over to get a better one and if you want mewtwo, you need dialga, palkia, and giratina. doing all of this would be what you just did, times about 3 times. in this one after you beat the game, you just go into a cave/tunnel/area and if you get lucky, you get a legendary boss instead of the normal one. if you want to have a good time, then get this game! USE THESE CODES IF YOU HAVE AN AMERICAN COPY:0250-7321=TORNADUS, 7403-2240= OSHAWOTT(ITS KIND OF WEAK BUT DON'T GET RID OF IT, IT IS THE CHUCK NORRIS OF POKEMON RUMBLE BLAST). IF YOU HAVE A JAPANESE COPY:0120-8652= ZOROARK, 2751-4887=THUNDURUS
ya a new toy game!!!!!!!!!!
A new game cool i cant wheat for it to come out!!!
EPIC, EPIC GAME
now we all played pokemon scramble/blast but now they came out with a new one pokemon super scramble/rumble blast with all of the new 160 pokemon and all of the other pokemon and its like pokemon XD 2 because it has shadow toy pokemon controld by the evil dark rust
and with over 600 pokemon can be turned into toys for more info watch GCMP11 Lets Play on youtube of this
There are about 6 Must-Buys for the 3ds so far (only 2 are out) Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (out), Star Fox 64 3d (out), Pokemon Rumble Blast (October 24), Super Mario 3d land (November 13), Mario Kart 7 (December 4), Kid Icarus (January), Resident evil: Revalations (January) Basically, You NEED this game because 1. It's Pokemon and 2. It looks freaking awesome. I recommend all 6 of these games as they get released
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It looks like a very fun game. I am getting it because i was disappointed about pokemon rumble for the wii
Way too repetitive.
This is one of the worst games I have ever played. While there are a ton of different Pokemon to collect, all with different moves, all the moves are generally the exact same thing, only with different colors and particle effects. I like the art style, but there is little animation with each character, making the graphics seem too lazily made for them to be appreciated. All the levels are practically the same, with the same scenery and whatnot; the only difference between them is the kind of Pokemon that appear, and as I said before, none of them feel unique. Trudging through level after level feels more like manual labor than it feels like a game. It's just the same thing over and over and over... Don't waste your time on this chore... I mean, game!
Highly Recommended - Definitely Worth the Money
Pokémon Rumble Blast builds upon the Pokémon Rumble game available on the Wii Shop channel, but knowledge of the previous game is not required to enjoy Rumble Blast. The 3DS installment goes above and beyond the first game, adding towns, world levels, a developed story, and many more Pokémon. The 3D graphics on the 3DS look clear and colorful. For other 3DS games, I usually move my 3D bar on my system down to about halfway, but for Rumble Blast, I turn the 3D all the way up - the 3D is definitely one of the best I've seen on the 3DS. The music in this game is also catchy; a few of the tunes were taken from the original Rumble game. Rumble Blast also supports a two-player mode, so you can play with your friends. The length of the game also seems improved from the original. At first the game starts out fairly easy, but it progressively gets more difficult and provides a challenge. Even after playing through the entire game, it is still worthwhile to continue playing - there is a Collection option that acts like a PokéDex, where you can see all of the Pokémon you have encountered and which ones you haven't had join your team yet. Overall, I am extremely pleased with this game, and it has met and exceeded my expectations.
I played this game for 2 hours straight....and...very good! The sound is pretty decent! The graphics, i would rate a 8 out of 10. This game is very very addictive actually! Basically you have a pokemon out on the field and unlike the other pokemon games...this is not an RPG. You basically attack by mashing the A, B, or and B buttons. Very Simple yet very fun too! You wander around different worlds/levels defeating and befriending fallen pokemon which then join your team...each part of a level takes about 2 to 3 minutes minimum to complete. This game is very easy to complete! The only challenge you may have playing this game are the bosses...some are tough, some are easy to beat...the only one(s) i may consider tough are the legendaries...other than that this game is very easy and fun to play through! IGN gave it a 6.5...which is an ehh..alright game in their opinion...i give this game an 8.5..basically because the graphics could be a little better and this game is a little repetitive..other than that...this is a very good, fun, and addicting game to add to your 3DS collection!
Get Ready To Ruuumble
The Pokemon Rumble series got it start on Wiiware, and now a new version is on it's way to 3ds! For those who don't know, the Pokemon Rumble series strips the series of it's RPG turn-based combat in favor for a real time system. You wind up a toy Pokemon and it's ready to rumble! In this version, you can play as the updated roster of Pokemon, which went from 493 to over 600, and send it in battle against a field of Pokemon as you fight your way to a big boss Pokemon. What's cool about this one, though, is that new wireless and online modes will help you get together with your friends to get through the new challenges. New tournament modes and options will be added in, as well as an expanded set of moves these Pokemon can use.
I don't normally advise kids to buy wind up toys to beat the stuffing out of another, but in this game, it could be just what kids would love (and need!) when the game comes out around October.
Holds up to a retail price.
This game definitely shares a similarity to the Wii Ware prequel, however this one tops it off. To begin, this game features a very easy to follow story line, that doesn't interrupt the gameplay through the various areas your travel through. All of the pokemon, old and new, are recreated perfectly. They aren't extremely detailed, however they still retain their old calls and its just awesome. Even the moves look epic, even if you can only have 2 of them per Pokemon. On top of that, the street pass and co op mode are cool if you have a friend at a similar point in the game. On top of this, for a button masher, this game can most certainly hold its own against other 3DS titles.
The toy Pokemon you collect are organized by their power level. As you progress through the game, you begin to realize that the Pokemon you obtained in previous worlds are useless, and you need to obtain new ones in order to stand a chance in your upcoming battles. This applies until the end of the game, once you have upgraded the World Rank system to its highest, you will have Pokemon that can't get any stronger. If you don't want to complete the bonus EX tournaments to the fullest, you can just continue with Rank 1 and play with some friends and collect your favorites.