Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo DS games
Description:Genre: Role-Playing / Rating: E - (Everyone) / Published by: Nintendo / What if you woke up one day, and you were a Pokémon? What if all of the sudden you find yourself in a NEW world, where you can speak and interact with other Pokémon? The adventure begins ... more
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team (DS) ... when you and your partner Pokémon set out on rescue missions in a world ravaged by natural disasters. But what is your true purpose and destiny in this Pokémon world? That's the REAL mystery ?
Newest Review: ... want to make a rescue team where you go out to different dungeons and help Pokémon in need you say yes but only because it ... more
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Customer Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team (DS) Reviews (5)
by - written on 15/12/08 (Very useful, 308 readings)
My husband bought me a Nintendo DS lite for my birthday, very kind of him, I think it is to keep me busy so I don't notice the football is on! I do love the DS, my only problem being the expense of the games, normally Ł25 - Ł30 for the new releases. When browsing in Woolworths on the weekend, I found Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, Blue rescue team, which had been reduced to Ł14.00. I've always loved pokemon so I quickly snapped it up. Once home, I quickly skipped over the booklet (I'm always too impatient to read properly) and started up the game. To my suprise, you have to fill out a little multiple choice personality quiz to begin. This decides what your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/08 (Very useful, 29 readings)
This game from the pokémon series does not take the usual look at the cute pocket monsters franchise that started in Japan. This time you get to be a pokémon, you started as a human who has lost their memory and is somehow now a pokémon, their world is in chaos, lots of natural disasters are occuring, and many pokémon are creating their own rescue teams and work to save other pokémon in need of help. Early on you encounter your parter, you get to pick it, but your pokemon is based on a series of questions, you play through the story which can be challanging at times and lead you to just throw the game down in frustration, it takes the mystery ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/12 (Very useful, 10 readings)
What if you woke up one morning and you had turned into a Pokémon well in this new style Pokémon game that what happened but why did this happen well lest have a look at that in the story Story: When you first start up the game you will have to answer some questions about yourself this will pick which Pokémon you can become there are only a few and then after answering the questions the game will say you are this Pokémon and what do you want your Pokémon partner to be and you pick that Pokémon and your adventure starts you wake up with your partner Pokémon finding you and gets you up, you go back to a home he takes you too and asks you if you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/08 (Useful, 16 readings)
This game has been accused of cashing in on the pokemon franchise by merely being a rehash of every other mystery dungeon title, but with pokemon characters inserted. But while the gameplay isn't groundbreaking, the turn based element can be quite attractive for the strategists out there, and it is a cute romp with an adorable, engaging, pokemon themed plot, particularly appealing to kids. Touring the randomly generated dungeons can get tedious after a while, as can reptitive jobs like collecting items to feed to pokemon, but all in all it kept my interest until the end of the story. After that, of courtse, for die-hard fans, there's side-missions and plots ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/08 (Useful, 18 readings)
When we first got this game for my brother (he was about 8 at the time) I remember thinking it probably wouldn't amount to much in replay-ability. As it turns out, I was wrong; my brother still plays it to this day, had pokemon in it up to level 100 (ultimate level as he calls it) and is still enjoying undertaking missions. Especially the chance to get at the legendary pokemon. The quiz feature at the start is a nice addition, though it is fairly easy to throw the results in favour of one pokemon or another. Personally, I found the movement a little clunky and the novelty wore off pretty quickly; I'm putting this down to my own age though. Overall its a good little . Read the complete review
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