Game reviews for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness
Hello! This is Hi!!!Rules. Personally I would suggest you don't buy this game. It starts out OK, but once you beat the story and beat all the legendaries, it becomes boring. It is not like other Pokemon games where you can keep playing after you beat it fully. In this game all you do is explore places you have already been to. I hope you use this review to your advantage.
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Pokemon mystery dungeon explorers of time/darkness was a major improvement over mystery dungeon blue/red rescue team, the story was more involving, the sound and music was better, it also provided a bit more of a challenge to more skilled gamers, but it still had it's share of downsides: the movement did not change and the wild Pokemon battles were relatively unchanged. I give it a 9 out of 10.
So you're wanting to know how this game is? You've come to the right person. I really do like this game, and so would you. Some of you may be thinking, 'Is this the game for me?' The answer is quite simple. If you like Pokemon, some of you have already heard of this game or have seen gameplay. You people out there most likely like slow pased games. Like Pokemon Diamond and Pearl for examples. Those of you will like this game. It is slow pased, like the other Pokemon games, and it's as fun as them. Explorers of Darkness, is one of the four games in the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series. There are a few differences between the two new ones of the series. First of all, you cannot recruit Celebi in Darkness. But here's a bight side to that, you can recruit Mewtwo though. Next, a couple more Pokemon that you cannot get in Darkness is Riolu and Lucario, but on the other hand, you can get Buneary and Lopunny in Darkness. One thing that might suck to you people is that you cannot recruit all legendaries untill you've beaten the game. I hope this review has gotten some of you to want this game.