Poke'mon Diamond is yet another sequal to Nintendo's franchise; Poke'mon. It has become wildly popular over many states, such as the USA and Eurp[e. People have many opinions in this game, and this review should clear up if you want to buy it or not.
The graphics in this game, like all it's other games, seem to improve both the character detail, and the places around him. It has upgrades to things such as buildings, to even the tiniest things such as grass patches. Overall, the graphics are good.
The sound in this game is superb. It has different sounds in all the different areas that you visit in this game. It music in this game can go from the soft music of beginning the game, to the intensity of your big fight with the Elite Four Champion.
The gameplay can last you, between fighting Gym Leaders, and having 8 Badges to fight the Elite 4. Building up the perfect team takes awhile, and is hard to complete the story mode. The overall setting is that it's hard at times, and easy at times...
This thing lasts awhile, because the goal is to see and catch all the Pokemon, which comes to about 500 different Pokemon. You need to connect with different people around the world though, which makes it impossible if you don't have the other games.
This game is overall good, and fun to play when your bored. If your looking for challenges with other people, this game can satisfy you. Between building your team, and finding your opponets weak-points, this game will most likely keep you sastified.
Final Score: 92%